(Des Moines Register) The complaint was filed by Des Moines resident Mike Pesce, who says Baudler broke California law that forbids people from fabricating information to obtain a prescription.
Baudler did not fill the prescription. He said conducted the stunt last year to demonstrate what he believes are abuses of California’s medical marijuana laws.
Baudler declined to comment today about the issue, saying he would wait until after the ethics committee rules. In a written response to the House Ethics Committee he said he believes the complaint fails to allege facts and circumstances necessary for a valid complain and that it additionally does not establish a violation of Iowa’s ethics code.
The meeting begins at 11:45 a.m. Thursday in room 102 of the Capitol.
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