News Briefing – November 4, 2013

  • One Year Out, Iowa Prepares for Expensive 2014 Election:  GAZETTE
  • Farm Bureau President Says it’s Unfair to Charge Road Use Tax for Fuel in Off-Road Vehicles:  RADIO IOWA
  • Senator Chuck Schumer in Iowa Says: “Run, Hillary, Run”:  RADIO IOWA
  • Governor Turns Down Commutation Requests of 8 Women:  RADIO IOWA
  • A Look at Gov. Branstad’s Promise to Create 200k Jobs in Iowa:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa is Behind on ‘Career-Ready’ Designation:  QC TIMES
  • Iowa Has Low Rate of Illegal Drug Use, But Challenges Remain:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa President Mason’s Salary Doubled, Now Close to UI’s Top Pay Earners:  GAZETTE
  • Polk County Bond Measure Up for Vote Tuesday:  WCF COURIER
  • Baltimore Insurer to Relocate to Des Moines:  WCF COURIER
  • Successful Fundraising Helps Spruce up Terrace Hill:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Decision ‘13: Siouxland Election Guide:  SC JOURNAL
  • Airlines Invited to Compete for Subsidized Routes at Sioux City:  SC JOURNAL
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