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Ex-Branstad aide says governor ‘has to improve’ management of state gov’t

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Ex-Branstad aide says governor ‘has to improve’ management of state gov’t

By O. Kay Henderson A long-time ally of Republican Governor Terry Branstad says Branstad needs to act now to address concerns that have been raised about his management of state government. Des Moines attorney Doug Gross, the Republican Party’s 2002 nominee for governor, once served as Branstad’s chief of staff. “I think he can improve his governance of the cheap 25mg levitra […]

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