CEDAR RAPIDS — Maria La France, a driving force behind the state’s medical cannabidiol act that passed last year, is ready to expand ... »
DES MOINES — Details began to emerge Wednesday of a road funding proposal that may be introduced soon, while a long line of special interest ... »
Iowa transportation officials want to study whether blue and white lights on snowplows will reduce crashes, but state law reserves those colors for ... »
DES MOINES — State funding of Iowa’s K-12 schools would increase a total of 3.7 percent over the next two fiscal years under a bill p ... »
DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad and top legislators say lower pump prices for gasoline likely will force some modification in proposals to ... »
Although the Board of Regents this week praised the governor’s 2016 budget proposal for its support of a third-straight tuition freeze and i ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Every legislative session has an agenda — the leaders’ list of important and necessary action.
Then there ... »
NORTH LIBERTY — Gary Weinman walked through his prairie on a frigid afternoon Friday with warm memories.
“It would just put a s ... »
JOHNSTON — Leaders of the state Board of Regents expressed optimism Friday that their new plan to distribute state funds to the three state ... »
WATERLOO — Education stakeholders will be all ears during the condition of the state address to hear Gov. Terry Branstad’s proposal f ... »
Whether Iowa lawmakers will support a new Board of Regents funding model and third-straight tuition freeze by boosting appropriations in the upcomi ... »
DES MOINES — The school year appears headed for a significant shift.
A new state education department edict may force districts to st ... »
DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad plans to hold talks with top legislative leaders yet this month aimed at forging bipartisan agreement on a ... »
ALTOONA — Republican state lawmakers hope to lower Iowans’ income taxes this year, despite facing what they acknowledge will be a dif ... »