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726 It’s a Mad Grad World: Ten Tips to Help Graduates Survive (and Thrive!) in the Job Market Jungle Burt & Jubenville
727 Grassley Seeks Answers on Reducing $7.9 Billion in Improper Social Security Payments Grassley Press
728 Gov. Branstad to sign largest tax cut in Iowa history in Hiawatha June 12 Office of the Governor of Iowa
729 The Summer Save Up: Ten (or More) Ways to Save $20/Week This Summer John Vento
730 Grassley, Wyden Say Medicare Claims Data Still Falls Short of Transparency Grassley Press
731 Grassley, Wyden Say Medicare Claims Data Still Falls Short of Transparency Grassley Press
732 Developer Announces Interest in Audubon School Save Audubon School – A Community Coalition
733 Quad City International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) Presents a FREE Seminar on June 17, 2013 Kat Riley
734 IOWA & MINNESOTA WALMART WORKERS TO STRIKE TO END ILLEGAL RETALIATION, JOIN NATIONWIDE “RIDE FOR RESPECT” TO ANNUAL SHAREHOLDER MEETING Jamie Way
735 Free Home Buyer Education Series Coming to the Quad Cities, June 5 Ashley Jared
736 Personal Finance Article: Leasing a Car on the Cheap Steve Burke
737 IOWA FARM BUREAU LAUDS 2013 LEGISLATURE’S PROGRESS IN WATER QUALITY, SOIL CONSERVATION AND PROPERTY TAX RELIEF Andrew Wheeler
738 Summer of Savings: Nine Tips for a Financially Sane Summer Eric Tyson
739 COUNTRY CORNER OPENS SUMMER FARMER’S MARKET AT CORN CRIB NURSERY MAY 21ST Glenn Kass
740 Governor Quinn Praises Final Ratification of Best Contract for Taxpayers in Illinois History Grant Klinzman
741 Loebsack Calls on House Transportation Committee to Address Aging Upper Mississippi River Infrastructure Vonnie Hampel
742 Statement from Gov. Pat Quinn Regarding Passage of State of the State Priority "Employment First" Legislation Brooke Anderson
743 Loebsack Statement on Department of Defense Civilian Furlough Announcement Joe Hand
744 Governor welcomes Civic Federation budget analysis Abdon Pallasch
745 Braley Brief: Keeping the Mississippi a Mighty Economic Engine Kira Ayish