News Briefing-Tuesday, April 10, 2012

  • Senate passes ed reform package: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Appeals court backs Iowa system for vetting judges: WCF COURIER
  • Branstad favors later start for schools: GAZETTE
  • Ground beef uproar increases questions about food fillers: GAZETTE
  • Slander case outcome worries political observers: QC TIMES
  • Administrators suggest four-day ‘Labor Day break’ as alternative: RADIO IOWA
  • Braley wants to extend adoption tax credit: QC TIMES
  • Pioneer opens new research facility in Johnston: RADIO IOWA
  • Some job kiosks do little to help Iowa’s unemployed: REGISTER
  • Freezing weather could hit fruit growers hard: RADIO IOWA
  • Branstad joins homeownership education drive: QC TIMES
  • Governor joins Grassley in blasting Obama’s Supreme Court statements: RADIO IOWA
  • Windsor Heights police chief says speed cameras allow officers to be on streets: REGISTER
  • Waukee school board considers social media regulations for district employees: REGISTER
  • More jobs is best way to restore middle class: REGISTER