News Briefing – October 31, 2013

  • Election 2014:  Braley bipartisanship pitch meets skeptical voters:  WCFCOURIER
  • Harkin, King disagree on how much to cut from food stamp program:  RADIO IOWA
  • Area police hammer DOT plan to regulate traffic cams:  GAZETTE
  • LIHEAP director anxious about funding:  RADIO IOWA
  • Lawyers argue lawsuit over telemed abortion ban:  RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa’s daycare rating system aimed at quality:  GAZETTE
  • First Iowa airport outfitted with TSA precheck:  RADIO IOWA
  • Report:  Urban wetlands can help curb pollution:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa businessmen fly to DC to lobby for immigration reform:  RADIOIOWA
  • Election 2014:  AFSCME backing Olson:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa board fines nursing home administrator:  QCTIMES
  • Election 2014:  Hatch proposes middle class tax cut:  GAZETTE
  • Caucus Watch:  Perry says he learned lessons from 2012 caucus campaign:  QCTIMES
  • Grassley tells budget panel to reduce spending:  GAZETTE
  • Miller warns Iowans about Obamacare scams:  GAZETTE
  • Election 2014:  Braley wants Obamacare enrollment extended:  WCFCOURIER
  • School district readies for state grant:  SCJOURNAL
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