WAVERLY — The Iowa Attorney General’s Office initiated a criminal investigation and was collecting evidence for a “Chapter 66” removal action long before Jesse Marzen lost his job as Floyd County attorney. Ultimately, though, officials decided to let an ethics complaint and related trial play out, according to Scott Brown, with the likely expectation Marzen would face disciplinary action. “I thought if they did it… Read MoreKeep reading
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Iowa Supreme Court Affirms Employer’s Firing of Attractive Employee Stating She Didn’t Rebuke Her Bosses Sexual Advances Forcefully Enough DECISION DILUTES CIVIL RIGHTS PROTECTIONS AGAINST GENDER DISCRIMINATION DES MOINES, Iowa (July 12, 2013) — An attractive female employee whose presence sparks sexual feelings and inappropriate behavior from her male boss is not protected by the Iowa Civil Rights Act if he should decide to fire… Read MoreKeep reading