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Back in December, The Des Moines Register did some digging. They reported a whopping $250,000 contribution from Nishnad Singh to the Iowa Democratic...
To repeat: Sand knew about the emails, was asked by Lathrop for the emails, and refused to produce them. Sand’s justification, at that time, was that he wasn’t “not the lawful custodian of the email.” Though he didn’t elaborate, Lathrop read Sand’s office as saying they wouldn’t produce government emails that were on personal email accounts.
The spokesperson for the group, R.G. Schwarm, spent the better part of an hour talking about how Iowans want more competition in the electricity markets but then he went on to say his group wasn’t actually pushing for competition for Iowans. Instead, the group was just making the case that its “large energy user” members should be able to break away from Iowa’s electric grid and leave Iowa ratepayers picking up the bill.
“But money alone isn’t the solution. Parents also need choice. To send their kids to whatever school is best for them” Governor Reynolds says in the Priorities for Iowa advertisement.