Landowners accuse the state of violating their constitutional rights when it allowed the oil pipeline to pass through their property. An attorney for Dakota Access said Iowa Code gives crude oil pipelines the right to eminent domain. After the court proceedings, plaintiff Dick Lamb talked about his farm in Boone County.
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Lamb told his listeners this week, "I believe it's time for a change," and announced that he will leave the job of hosting "The Morning Wave" to Paul Richardson and Jennifer Roberts. What he won't miss is the sound of his alarm going off at 4 a. It was when Lamb broke into radio with a station in Baltimore while he was still in school and working part-time as bag boy in a grocery store.