News Briefing-Wednesday, April 25, 2012

  • Iowa lawmakers seek common ground on ed reform: WCF COURIER
  • Friction cited in Parole Board departures: WCF COURIER
  • Iowa’s state revenues increasing: QCTIMES
  • Rest area recycling project ready to expand: RADIO IOWA
  • Iowans can expect to see plenty of Obama, Romney: GAZETTE
  • UNI faculty win pay evaluation dispute: WCF COURIER
  • Obama visit to spotlight Iowa’s high student debt: QCTIMES
  • Senate passes TIF reforms: QCTIMES
  • “We’re at the end” on sales tax decisions: GAZETTE
  • House oks mental health bill: SCJOURNAL
  • Google investing $300M to build Iowa data center: QC TIMES
  • First Lady warns fall election may be decided by ‘few thousand’ votes: RADIO IOWA
  • Mast raising caps historic day for USS Iowa: GAZETTE
  • Mason: Asbestos to slow Hancher demo: GAZETTE

  • Cities say services to suffer if apartment tax rate is cut: REGISTER
  • USDA: food supply safe from mad cow: REGISTER