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  • Iowa Democrats say wage theft bill would curtail fraud

    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Democrats in the Senate say a bill aimed at curtailing wage theft in Iowa would require businesses to be more direct with workers about employment terms.


    Sen. Bill Dotzler, a Democrat from Waterloo, is co-sponsor of a bill that would require employers to share a written record of employment terms with an employee at the start of a job. The measure would also define penalty terms and expand protection for whistleblowers.


    Dotzler and Democratic Sen. Tony Bisignano, of Des Moines, spoke at a press conference Tuesday.


    Sen. Rick Bertrand, a Republican from Sioux City, says the measure would over regulate many honest businesses. He says he plans to introduce a bill this session that would give Iowa Workforce Development more funds to investigate wage theft cases.

  • Young players begin to emerge for CAM Boys Basketball

    (Anita) The CAM Cougars have just a handful of regular season boys basketball match ups left in the regular season to tune up for district play in mid-February.


    The Cougars have mixed experience with youth in the most recent stretch of the season. Senior Tate Winther has emerged as a top scorer and rebounded for the team. Coach Brian Fogleman says, “He has the tools and the potential to be the best post players in the conference if he wants to be.” He posted 18 points and 14 rebounds in last Tuesday’s win over Woodbine. Tate and fellow senior Tanner Winther rank 1-2 on the team in scoring average at 10.1 and 8.6 points per game respectively.


    Meanwhile freshman Nick Holste has seen some action in the last few games. He scored 12 points and made 4-6 from three-point range in a loss to Charter Oak-Ute Saturday. Fellow freshman Thomas Hensley is also working his way into the rotation in the 2nd half of the season. Sophomores Brandon Flathers, Marcus Daugherty, and Austin Chester have also all seen varsity playing time.


    The first time CAM met Exira-EHK the Cougars trailed by just one at halftime before losing by nine. This time around coach Fogleman says the team will need to take better care of the basketball and be more physical. 


    CAM coach Brian Fogleman

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