News Briefing-Monday, March 6, 2012

  • Budget-cutting has run amok: REGISTER
  • Faculty votes ‘no confidence’ in UNI president: RADIO IOWA
  • Poll: Iowans like Branstad, his priorities: REGISTER
  • Corrections director wants to reduce his rate of return: RADIO IOWA
  • Failure to pay worker’s comp called ‘significant problem’: REGISTER
  • New president says some ISU facilities ‘just horrible’: RADIO IOWA
  • Creighton survey shows Midwest economic growth is spreading: RADIO IOWA
  • Is state spending to entice data farms worth it?: REGISTER
  • Traffic camera bill, online poker near deadlines: QC TIMES
  • Do Iowans truly want inferior courts?: REGISTER
  • Guns prompt biggest stir at statehouse: QC TIMES
  • County takes up emergency bond for Lake Delhi: QC TIMES
  • Big Ag gets special treatment with muscle: BASU
  • Jobs ideas compete in Iowa Legislature: GAZETTE
  • TIFs is only part of tax equation: WCF COURIER
  • Adoption of technology in education is slow and uneven: GAZETTE
  • Ultimately, voters cause cuts at UNI: WCF COURIER
  • All school district employees should accept a freeze: SC JOURNAL