News Briefing-Wednesday, March 21, 2012

  • Lawmakers anticipate ‘late nights and lots of coffee’ to resolve higher education budget: SCJOURNAL
  • Iowa students plan ‘kick butts’ day: RADIO IOWA
  • Farmers warned of fax scam seeking financial data: RADIO IOWA
  • School bus driver check bill advances: REGISTER
  • A divisive House debate over discrimination: RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa lawmakers reopen debate on traffic camera bill: REGISTER
  • Same-sex marriage foes, advocates at statehouse: RADIO IOWA
  • Bill creating Public Information Board advances in the House: REGISTER
  • Bengal cats, wild boars, hogs spark House debate: QC TIMES
  • Deaf community outraged appointment of school leader: QC TIMES
  • Independent Medicare board is needed: REGISTER
  • Feds dismiss Iowa wetland prosecution, for now: GAZETTE
  • Iowa road maps suffer funding cut in digital age: QC TIMES
  • Foes, utility step up lobbying of nuclear bill: QC TIMES
  • Iowa regents to consider UNI cuts: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Lottery sales surge, rising gas prices a concern: QC TIMES
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