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Branstad says Senate’s use of subpoena power “bizarre” but not a “crisis”

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Branstad says Senate’s use of subpoena power “bizarre” but not a “crisis”

By O. Kay Henderson The Republican leader in the Iowa Senate on Friday suggested Democrats in the legislature are “inviting a constitutional crisis” in state government by using subpoena power in their on-going investigation of executive branch hiring and http://www.angell-akademie-freiburg.de/viagra-supplier-us-pharmacy firing practices, while Republican Governor Terry Branstad today said it’s “bizarre” but it is we choice not a crisis. “Our administration is totally open […]

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