News Briefing-Tuesday, April 3, 2012

  • Governor, regents join students in rally for more funding: WCF COURIER
  • Legislators, governor debate school start date: RADIO IOWA
  • Gas price variations reflect competition: REGISTER
  • Corridor law officers say new rules for GPS tracking make sense: GAZETTE
  • GOP advances bill to limit use of special taxing districts: RADIO IOWA
  • Grassley calls for probe of Iowa City VA hospital: REGISTER
  • FEMA launches hazard assessment project: GAZETTE
  • GOP voter registration surpasses Democrats first time in six years: REGISTER
  • Property tax reform leaders optimistic: QC TIMES
  • Branstad continues to fight against lean beef critics: QC TIMES
  • It’s time to clean up tax-exempt status: REGISTER
  • AARP accuses utility of misrepresenting its position on proposed nuclear plant: QC TIMES
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