News Briefing – September 4, 2013

  • Branstad Announces Effort to Connect Every Iowan:  GAZETTE
  • Survey Shows Small Drop in Number of Pheasants across the State:  RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa Tax Collections Fairly Flat in June, July, August:  RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa Business Council Sees a Drop in 2 out of 3 Outlook Indicators:  RADIO IOWA
  • Divorce Rate Down, Number of Marriages up in Iowa in 2012:  RADIO IOWA
  • Grassley Says His Input Shows 100% Opposition to Military Action in Syria:  RADIO IOWA
  • Unemployment Tax Rate for Businesses Will Drop in 2014:  RADIO IOWA
  • Casino Investors Say Cedar Rapids is Most Underserved Gaming Market in Iowa:  GAZETTE
  • Senate Candidates Skeptical of US Military Action in Syria:  GAZETTE
  • Don’t Feed the Wildlife, Cedar Rapids Officials Urge:  GAZETTE
  • State’s Hottest Week Further Diminishes Crops:  WCF COURIER
  • Principal CEO to Receive Top Industry Award:  WCF COURIER
  • Iowa Audit Reveals 1 Agency Overbilled Another:  QC TIMES
  • Iowa Court Offices Reopen Full Time:  QC TIMES
  • Woodbury County Board to Broaden Search for Economic Development Chief:  SC JOURNAL
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