Nine Named to Iowa's New Public Information Board

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By Lauren Peikoff

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Nine people have been named to Iowa's new Public Information Board.

The board will oversee enforcement of Iowa's open meetings and records laws, investigate alleged violations and take claims to court if necessary.

Gov. Terry Branstand's office says the nine he's selected are Robert Andeweg, of Urbandale; Tony Gaugan, of West Des Moines; Jo Martin, of Spirit Lake; Andy McKean, of Anamosa; Gary Mohr, of Bettendorf; Bill Monroe, of Johnston; Kathleen Richardson, of Des Moines; Suzan Stewart, of Sioux City; and Peggy Weitl, of Carroll.

The board member's terms begin Sunday.

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