News Briefing – September 3, 2013

  • Will Ending the Ames Straw Poll Hurt Iowa’s Standing?:  SC JOURNAL
  • Data Shows Insurance Access Varies Across Iowa:  SC JOURNAL
  • Ample Supply of Propane for Fall, Winter:  RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa Native Kutcher Continues to Get Kudos for Advice About Hard Work:  RADIO IOWA
  • Dove Hunting Enters Third Season with Numbers on the Rise:  RADIO IOWA
  • Envisioned Good-Earth State Park Would Span Iowa-South Dakota Border:  RADIO IOWA
  • Governor Says if ICN to be Sold, Bids Must be Close to $280 Million:  RADIO IOWA
  • Miller Warns of Scams Linked to Upcoming Exchanges for Uninsured:  RADIO IOWA
  • Board of Medicine Votes to Ban Tele-Med Abortions in Iowa:  RADIO IOWA
  • State Treasurer Fitzgerald Decides Not to Run for Governor:  RADIO IOWA
  • Braley Says Sequestration Looks Likely to Continue:  GAZETTE
  • FEMA Works to Draw Line on High Cost Disaster Consultants Five Years after Flood:  GAZETTE
  • Cuts to Forensic Resource Center Could Hurt Iowa Crime Investigations:  GAZETTE
  • Former Agriprocessors Manager Pleading Guilty to One Conspiracy Count:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa Ombudsman Accuses AG’s Office of Interference:  WCF COURIER
  • Iowa State President Often Flies Himself to Events:  WCF COURIER
  • Iowa GOP at Odds over Republican Convention: WCF COURIER
  • Bonanza of Female Candidates Doesn’t Guarantee Nomination:  QC TIMES