Terry Branstad News
News on Terry Branstad continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
4 hrs ago | The Gazette
Any issue that hopes to move in the split-control Iowa Legislature next year will have to develop bipartisan support early to pass in an election-year session that may not span the full 100 days that are scheduled, leaders said Wednesday.
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
Would same-sex marriage undermine traditional marriage?
8 hrs ago | The Gazette
Gov. Terry Branstad's push to get veterans to live and work in Iowa continued Tuesday with the announcement of two special designations for Iowa businesses and communities.
12 hrs ago | The Des Moines Register
Rose Mitchell, who recently retired as Hy-Vee's senior vice president of government affairs, has been appointed chairwoman of the 2014 re-election campaign for Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt.
16 hrs ago | The Des Moines Register
Iowa's parole board in the past has granted compassionate releases to inmates suffering from illnesses, board Chairman Jason Carlstrom said Tuesday.
Top Iowa state officials are asking Sen. Tom Harkin to support a provision by Iowa Rep. Steve King meant to protect Iowa's egg industry.
INDUSTRY GEARS UP: A top oil lobby is readying for battle over the Environmental Protection Agency's renewable fuel mandate on Wednesday.
The Iowa Board of Educational Examiners set a hearing for Jan. 2 and 3 to consider charges against Sara Gott, who was principal at Madison Elementary School last February, when the district found changes to the 2013 Iowa Assessments given to students.
A Marshalltown man has been sentenced to 50 years in prison in connection to a deadly car crash last year that killed two of his passengers, including a 4-month-old boy.
The Department of Natural Resources is warning of fine particle pollution across east-central Iowa that could be harmful to people with certain health conditions.
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad will go to Virginia this week to testify against a proposal to reduce the amount of ethanol required to be blended into gasoline.
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad says he is hopeful that Iowa will win federal approval for an expansion of low-income health care in the "very near future."
One day after visiting Houston for a campaign fundraising trip with wealthy Texans, Gov. Terry Branstad insisted Tuesday he doesn't owe any political favors to the oil industry and he isn't retreating from his support of Iowa's ethanol producers.
A state committee says providing tax incentives and allowing private access to the Iowa Communications Network would help fix the state's adoption of broadband, which a recent report says lags behind most Midwestern states.
"I just think it's important from my family's perspective for me to take some time to make sure the transition for our kids is the best it can be," he told KWWL on Monday.
Once you're logged in, at the top of each article, video or slideshow you will see a list of your Facebook friends who recently visited Choose to share stories you'e read with your friends or turn sharing OFF to keep your reading experience anonymous .
The "working poor," who are they? They are the people who depend on their ability to receive enough for their efforts to provide for the wants and needs of themselves and their dependents.
Gov. Terry Branstad is traveling out of state Monday on campaign business, while Lt.