News Briefing – October 28, 2013

  • Ted Cruz Says ‘Official Washington Absolutely Terrified’ of GOP’s Grassroots:  RADIO IOWA
  • Governor Floats Iowa Road Funds Proposals:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • King Says Tea Party Critics Should Respect Latham’s Vote to End the Shutdown:  RADIO IOWA
  • Supreme Court Says Time Limit Applies to Story County Man’s Will:  RADIO IOWA
  • Governor, Student Leaders Talk with Board of Regents about Tuition Freeze:  RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa Grad Students Seek Tax Credit in Light of Tuition Hikes:  GAZETTE
  • Gabby Giffords, Mark Kelly in Iowa to Make Pitch for Enhanced Gun Buying Background Checks:  RADIO IOWA
  • Divisions Simmer under Surface at Iowa GOP’s Reagan Dinner:  GAZETTE
  • Gov. Branstad’s Meeting with Coral Ridge Mall Owner Questioned:  GAZETTE
  • ATVs May be Allowed on Iowa Roads:  GAZETTE
  • Rep. King Seeking to Unify GOP, Denies Recruiting Latham Challenger:  GAZETTE
  • Gov. Branstad Announces First of its Kind Iowa History Course:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa Patrol Acquires GPS Tracking System:  WCF COURIER
  • Propane Shortage Could Stop Iowa Harvest:  WCF COURIER 
  • Fort Madison Officials May Acquire Old Prison:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Iowa Senate Ethics Rule Protects the ‘First in the Nation’ Franchise:  GLOBEGAZETTE