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Democrats question Branstad’s legal bills for private attorney

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Democrats question Branstad’s legal bills for private attorney

By O. Kay Henderson Senate Democrats say Governor Terry Branstad is racking up “excessive” legal bills by hiring private defense attorneys for lawsuits challenging his decisions as governor and they’re proposing legislation to try to “reign in” the process. Senator Rob Hogg, a Democrat from Cedar Rapids, cites the legal fees for a case involving the state’s worker compensation […]

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