Illegal For Iowa Utilities Board Chairwoman Geri Huser To Practice Law While In Office?

Ryan Foley is an Associated Press correspondent based in Iowa City who recently had quite the scoop on a piece of news here in the state. In late March, Foley reported that a top Iowa regulator has maintained a busy & profitable private law practice in what appeared to be a violation of the terms of her position. The regulator in question was Geri Huser, chairwoman of the Iowa Utilities Board, whose position was supposedly mandated by law to be a full-time job that would require Huser to use her “whole time” for state business. Ryan Foley spoke with Des Moines FM Progressive News & Talk host Chance Dorland to discuss his article & some updates on the story that have taken place since its publication.

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