Legislators meets to debate Iowa education plan
DES MOINES (AP) — Members of a joint House-Senate committee trying to reach a compromise plan on new education spending agreed Tuesday that they shared some common ground, though how long it will take to make a deal is unclear.
Lawmakers from both parties expressed optimism they could work out their differences on Republican Gov. Terry Branstad’s proposal to improve education in Iowa
“My objective is to try and get the agreement between the Senate plan and the House plan sooner than later,” said Rep. Ron Jorgensen, a Republican from Sioux City who chairs the House education committee. “I’m prepared to meet morning noon and night, whatever it takes.”
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