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Gov. Branstad signs 17 bills into law

Gov. Terry Branstad
Gov. Terry Branstad

(DES MOINES)  – Gov. Terry Branstad signed the following bills into law on Friday:

House File 14 an Act relating to the enforcement of weight limitations for vehicles with retractable axles.

House File 131 an Act authorizing charitable giving payroll deductions for community college employees.

House File 307 an Act establishing the Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

House File 417 an Act relating to nonsubstantive code corrections.

House File 469 an Act relating to  business corporations, including by providing for their organization and operation; providing for the relationship between shareholders, directors, and officers; and including effective date provisions.

House File 486 an Act relating to persons offering orthotic, prosthetic, and pedorthic services to the public, and relating to the scope of orthotic, prosthetic, and pedorthic services which may be ordered by certain health care providers, and including transition provisions.

House File 591 an Act relating to estates and trusts including retroactive and other applicability provisions.

Senate File 183 an Act relating to matters under the purview of the credit union division of the Department of Commerce, and making penalties applicable.

Senate File 184 an Act relating to programs and services under the purview of the Department on Aging.

Senate File 203 an Act relating to mental health and disability services requirements involving the Department of Human Services and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.

Senate File 327 an Act concerning the municipal fire and police retirement system and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.

Senate File 347 an Act relating to record checks of prospective and current health care employees and certain students and including effective date and applicability provisions.

Senate File 349 an Act relating to the deadline for obtaining a registration fee credit for a vehicle that is sold, transferred, or junked or for a motor vehicle purchased by a lessee, and including effective date provisions.

Senate File 351 an Act relating to service providers under Medicaid home and community-based services waivers.

Senate File 357 an Act relating to Medicaid program integrity, and providing penalties.

Senate File 390 an Act relating to certain title abstracts to property with private sewage disposal systems and providing effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.

Senate File 394 an Act relating to informal conferences on contested citations or regulatory insufficiencies in health care facilities or assisted living programs and including applicability provisions.

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Then again NOTHING ! Where is the bill on property tax relief for SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS ? Been promising us this for three years – camphained on this promise!

The legislature needs to pass a bill before it can be signed by the Governor. If Terry would quit worrying about his rich friends and donors, small business owners could get some relief.

So Matt Senate bill 390 – private sewer systems – do they have to be inspected before you sell your property?

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