News Briefing – October 8, 2013

  • Legislative Panel Rejects Idea of Delaying Ban on So-Called ‘Telemed’ Abortions:  RADIO IOWA
  • Most Furloughed Iowa National Guard Employees Return to Work:  RADIO IOWA
  • DOT Now Offering Fallen Peace Officer License Plates:  RADIO IOWA
  • November 19 Special Election Set to Fill Vacancy in State Senate:  RADIO IOWA
  • Lieutenant Governor Reynolds Endorses Ernst in US Senate Race:  RADIO IOWA
  • Branstad Minimizes Impact of Lieutenant Governor’s Support for Senate Hopeful Ernst:  GAZETTE
  • Conservative Group Launches Social Media Campaign on Coralville Finances:  GAZETTE
  • Plates for Iowa Governor’s Vehicle Added to Files:  WCF COURIER
  • Iowan’s Favor School Choice, Survey Finds:  QC TIMES
  • Religious Group Sues Over Same Sex Marriage Dispute:  QC TIMES
  • Sioux City Traffic Camera Ordinance’s Constitutionality Questioned:  SC JOURNAL