Tag Archives: Iowa Attorney General

The Government Makes A Lousy Babysitter

This matter should have been dealt with in a court of equity. Continue reading

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Labor Pains

Should government bodies have confidential policies that even the board appointed for oversight is not allowed to see? Continue reading

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Coming Out

The victim’s needs should be top priority, not the political priorities of law enforcement.
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Advisory Or Enforcement?

There are 940 communities in Iowa. There are 99 counties. Each has its own legal counsel. That means there are potentially 1,039 different opinions on issues involving public records and open meetings. Continue reading

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Legal Discrimination

The question in play is should the DOC be added to a very short list of exceptions to the “Iowa Civil Rights Act of 1965”, thereby allowing them to discriminate against offenders based on sex, race, color, religion, etc. for employment purposes? Continue reading

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Wedding Bells In The Future

It’s going to be a very blue session if time is spent on energy-wasting issues such as judge impeachment, maneuvering in the Senate to get germane amendments to bring up a resolution that will provide for a constitutional amendment to write discrimination into Iowa’s Constitution, and other silly little games that do not address the real problems in this state, such as high unemployment rates, top-heavy school administrations, and an escalating usage of drugs and alcohol, without any meaningful and successful exit plan. Continue reading

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