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NAIG & NORWOOD DISCUSS CARBON PIPELINE ISSUES

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THE TWO CANDIDATES FOR IOWA’S SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE DEBATED CARBON PIPELINES IN A FORUM BROADCAST ON IOWA PUBLIC TELEVISION FRIDAY NIGHT.

INCUMBENT REPUBLICAN MIKE NAIG SAYS A SIGNIFICANT PERCENTAGE OF LAND OWNERS SHOULD AGREE TO LET CARBON PIPELINES RUN THROUGH THEIR PROPERTY BEFORE ANY DEVELOPER IS GRANTED EMINENT DOMAIN AUTHORITY TO ACQUIRE LAND FROM UNWILLING PROPERTY OWNERS.

AGSEC1 OC……….OF LAST RESORT.” :07

JOHN NORWOOD, A SMALL BUSINESS OWNER AND POLK COUNTY SOIL AND WATER COMMISSIONER, IS THE DEMOCRAT WHO’S RUNNING AGAINST NAIG.

NORWOOD SAYS ALL PIPELINE DEALS SHOULD BE VOLUNTARY AND THE PIPELINE OWNERS SHOULD MAKE YEARLY PAYMENTS TO LANDOWNERS AND TO COUNTIES.

AGSEC2 THEIR EMS SYSTEMS.” :06

NORWOOD SAYS THE PIPELINES AREN’T THE RIGHT ANSWER FOR THE LONG TERM SUCCESS OF THE ETHANOL INDUSTRY.

AGSEC3 OC……LONG HAUL TRUCKS.” :18

NAIG, WHO IS SEEKING A SECOND FULL TERM AS AG SECRETARY, SAYS AN OVER RELIANCE ON ELECTRIC VEHICLES IS DANGEROUS AND ETHANOL USE SHOULD EXPAND.

AGSEC4 OC……AND BEYOND.” :16

THE CANDIDATES MADE THEIR COMMENTS DURING TAPING OF IOWA PRESS ON IOWA P-B-S.