News Briefing-Monday, May 21, 2012

  • Businesses disappointed over failure of tax reform: QCTIMES
  • Repeat offenders cost millions in Linn, Johnson counties: GAZETTE
  • Culver in politics again, resurfacing for Obama: WCFCOURIER
  • USS Iowa’s final departure delayed by weather: GAZETTE
  • Volunteers needed at Veterans Affairs facilities in Western Iowa: RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa’s governor to head back to China: RADIO IOWA
  • GOP rivals skeptical of Braley’s ‘conversion’ on balanced budget: QCTIMES
  • Republicans, Democrats see gains in legislative map: QCTIMES
  • Do California companies want to relocate to cold Iowa?; REGISTER
  • At UI, why is 1 man paid but not 2 women?: REGISTER
  • Student aid should be bigger priority for foundation: REGISTER
  • Child abuse raises questions about Iowa DHS response and judge’s: BASU
  • Obama could fuel a Culver comeback: OBRADOVICH