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FLOODING TOUR: A planned aerial tour of flooding has been canceled for Gov. Terry Branstad but he'll still be in the area to see flooding preparations and damageStaff WriterGov. Terry Branstad will travel to western Iowa to view flood-fighting efforts as the Missouri River swells. Branstad is scheduled to be in Council Bluffs Friday afternoon to tour a wastewater-treatment plant and meet workers filling sandbags. A news...
FLOOD TOUR: Gov. Terry Branstad will get an overhead view of the Missouri River flooding Friday along with Iowa's Homeland Security and Emergency Management directorStaff WriterGov. Terry Branstad is heading back to western Iowa for another look at flood-threatened communities along the Missouri River. Branstad's office says the governor on Friday will fly the length of the river in Iowa from Sioux City to Hamburg. He'll be...
BUDGET BICKERING: A compromise on the state's budget doesn't seem close as each side tries to gain support for its own planStaff WriterThe Statehouse budget dispute is hardening with both parties trying to build support for their positions rather than bargaining for a compromise. Republican Gov. Terry Branstad on Monday says he'd begin a 43-city tour to build public support for a deal...
BUDGET WORK: An Iowa House panel has given its approval to a $5.9 billion budget proposal, with members voting along party linesStaff WriterA key House panel has approved a $5.9 billion budget bargained by Gov. Terry Branstad and legislative Republicans. The House Appropriations Committee approved the two-year spending package Monday on a 15-10 vote, with Republicans in favor and Democrats...
BUDGET CONFLICT: House Speaker Kraig Paulsen says he's frustrated over the lack of response by Democrats to the GOP's latest budget proposalStaff WriterIowa lawmakers are holding public hearings and bargaining privately over Iowa's budget deadlock, but no one predicts a quick resolution. House Speaker Kraig Paulsen expressed frustration Tuesday that Republicans have put a proposal on the table but...
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TRADE TRIP: Support for a free trade agreement with South Korea is being touted by Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds as she visits AsiaStaff WriterLt. Gov. Kim Reynolds says members of a trade delegation to Asia delivered letters of support for a proposed free trade agreement during their first stop in South Korea. In a conference call Wednesday with reporters, Reynolds explained the letters were...
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The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelABC's "This Week" talks to Bachmann and fellow candidate Tim Pawlenty, the former governor of Minnesota. The program starts at 11 a.m. on WFTV-Channel 9. A roundtable brings together radio host Laura Ingraham, Radio Iowa News Director Kay Henderson, and...
MISSED DEADLINE: Iowa lawmakers have missed a deadline that would have brought $14.5 million in federal money to help Iowans who have been out of work over a yearStaff WriterIowa workforce officials say the state missed a deadline to secure $14.5 million in federal stimulus funding for extra unemployment benefits to Iowans who've been out of work for more than a year. Democratic legislators were working to apply for 13 extra...
Tags: Iowa, Unemployment Benefits, Politics, Unemployment, Elections
AGENCY CHANGES: A plan to replace the Iowa Department of Economic Development with a public-private partnership has been approved by the Iowa HouseStaff WriterThe Iowa House has approved Gov. Terry Branstad's plan to replace the Department of Economic Development with a public-private partnership. The move has drawn concern from some legislators about how open operations of the agency will be. The House...
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