News Briefing-Wednesday, May 23, 2012

  • Economic development director will ask for more funding: REGISTER
  • USDA announces $6 million wetlands project in Iowa: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Iowa may not pursue No Child Left Behind wavier: GAZETTE
  • Iowa NCAAP president thinks about leaving after national board gay marriage: RADIO IOWA
  • 1st District GOP candidates show little difference: QCTIMES
  • Branstad: Teacher leadership is at heart of August symposium: QCTIMES
  • Deaf Iowans benefit from special smoke alarm project: RADIO IOWA
  • TPI leader in Newton says wind tax credit needed to keep jobs: RADIO IOWA
  • Man removed from event after calling King a professional liar: SCJOURNAL
  • Report: Iowa could reduce injuries: REGISTER
  • Iowa farmers look for rain as planning wraps up: SCJOURNAL
  • Will Iowans ante up for renovated casino?; REGISTER
  • Continue building the case for gas tax increase: SCJOURNAL
  • 7 Iowa companies receive state grant, loans: REGISTER