News Briefing-Monday, October 1, 2012

  • Election ’12: Dems voting early but GOP has registration edge: QCTIMES
  • Election ’12: Boswell says former foe ‘told an untruth’: RADIO IOWA
  • State parks meeting set in Bellevue: QCTIMES
  • Election ’12: Boswell defends John Deere against ‘outsourcing’ attack: RADIO IOWA
  • Expiration of farm bill should have little impact on Iowans: GAZETTE
  • Iowa hospitals place limits on painkillers: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • VP nominee Ryan plans event in Dubuque: QCTIMES
  • New transportation bill would focus on rail, fixed guideway systems: GAZETTE
  • School districts struggle with tougher exam: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Election ’12: Presidential politics aren’t’ on menu in tiny New Hartford: QCTIMES
  • New lunches a hard sell for Sioux City students: QCTIMES
  • Iowa conservationists, hunters urged to unite: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Charges dropped in Iowa campaign contribution case: QCTIMES
  • Iowa goes after 46 officers for back taxes: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Election ’12: Eye on Iowa: new voting blocs emerge: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Task force member says proposal to increase teacher pay should be open about cost: RADIO IOWA
  • MidAmerican to buy 2 California wind farms: SCJOURNAL
  • Boswell sues former foe Fallon for defamation: RADIO IOWA
  • Secular-based lobbying group wants Iowa presence: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Election ’12: Leaders say more at stake in retention vote than Wiggins, same-sex marriage issue: GLOBEGAZETTE
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