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Gov. Branstad signs nine bills into law

This news story was published on April 27, 2012.
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Gov. Branstad today signed the following legislation into law:

House File 675: An Act concerning mechanics’ liens including the establishment of a state construction registry for residential construction property, and including effect date and applicability provisions.

House File 2343: An Act requiring the Department of Natural Resources to conduct pheasant studies, contingent on outside funding, and including a repeal.

House File 2455: An Act relating to the examinations of the finances of certain cities and including effect date provisions.

House File 2458: An Act establishing a rural Iowa primary care loan repayment program and trust fund to be administered by the College Student Aid Commission.

House File 2459: An Act relating to the assessment of moneys on sheep and wool production, and including effective date provisions.

Senate File 364: An Act relating to the licensure and regulation of persons offering occupational therapy services, and orthotists, prosthetists, and pedorthists, providing exceptions for persons practicing within the scope of their professions, and providing for fees and penalties.

Senate File 451: An Act relating to the allowable uses for modified allowable growth for programs for returning dropout and dropout prevention and including applicability provisions.

Senate File 2322: An Act providing volunteer fire fighters and emergency medical services personnel with an individual income tax credit and including effective date and applicability provisions.

Senate File 2333: An Act providing a sales tax exemption for the sale of tangible personal property of services to substance abuse treatment of prevention programs that receive block grant funding from the Iowa Department of Public Health.

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3 Responses to Gov. Branstad signs nine bills into law

  1. Peter L Reply Report comment

    April 27, 2012 at 11:05 am

    Governor File #1: Governors will pay their fair share of taxes, and not exploit every loophole they can find to worm out of it.

    Governor File #2: Governors will lead by example and not ask citizens to do or pay anything they wouldn’t pay.

    Governor File #3: Governors earning $190,000 a year despite any charitable contributions they may have made, will agree to at least pay 10% in income tax to the people of the state that elected them.

    • Buzz Crumcutter Reply Report comment

      April 27, 2012 at 2:16 pm

      Then its safe to say that you have never taken advantage of any tax breaks or loopholes as you mentioned?

      • anonymous Reply Report comment

        April 27, 2012 at 7:58 pm

        Thats the point I will pay my full share on 30,000 and he should pay full share on 190,000. Laws need to change if you can wiggle taxes on that amount down to $52 the system is broke!