News Briefing – September 23, 2013

  • Iowa Senator Grassley to Seek Seventh Term:  GAZETTE
  • Money for Iowa’s Infrastructure One of Priorities in 2014, Governor Says:  GAZETTE
  • Sample Rates for Iowa Health Insurance Exchange Released:  GAZETTE
  • Senator Grassley Says There Won’t Be a Government Shutdown:  RADIO IOWA
  • Voting Program that Supports Veterans Gains in Popularity:  RADIO IOWA
  • Unemployment Rate Moves up to 4.9%:  RADIO IOWA
  • Gas Stays at $3 a Gallon for 1,000 Straight Days:  RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa Insurance Division Holds Informational Meetings on Federal Health Care Overhaul:  RADIO IOWA
  • AG Secretary Not Optimistic a New Farm Bill Will Beat Deadline:  RADIO IOWA
  • Low-End Jobs, Low Pay Contribute to Minority Poverty in Iowa:  GAZETTE
  • Saving Cedar Rapids Historic Buildings like Herding Cats:  GAZETTE
  • After Some Rough Years, Hay Now Plentiful, Cheaper:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Iowa Utilities Board Surprised by Rejection of Disaster Aid:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Iowa Natural Resources Officials Regroup in Battle Against Invasive Species:  SC JOURNAL
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