In a statement,
You may recall back in April Republicans who control our
Reynolds gave Miller a choice, either agree informally to wear the Legislature's handcuffs or she would sign them into law. Miller, stuck between a legislative bulldozer and a governor unwilling to check her party's most insane excesses, agreed to Reynolds's demand. No other state attorney general faces a gubernatorial veto.
More than 880,000 Iowans voted for Miller in 2018, handing him his 10th term in office.
Miller sought to join a legal effort forcing the Trump administration to provide safe and sanitary facilities for detained immigrant children. Reynolds blocked him.
Miller tried to join a lawsuit challenging the
Miller asked to join a series of cases arguing that federal anti-discrimination rules prohibit firing or not hiring Americans who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender. Reynolds blocked him.
Other cases involved strict limits on women's reproductive rights, the sale of high capacity firearm magazines and other issues. More blocking.
All of this because the
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