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Governor Terry Branstad signs 10 bills into law


This news story was published on April 20, 2017.
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Gov. Terry Branstad

DES MOINES – Gov. Terry Branstad today signed 10 bills into law that passed the legislature nearly unanimously.

House File 314:  an Act relating to utility maintenance vehicles and solid waste or recycling collection service vehicles, and making penalties applicable.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate on April 5, 50-0 and the Iowa House on April 10, 96-0.

Senate File 237:  an Act relating to the practice of public accountants.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 8, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 4, 98-0.

Senate File 333:  an Act relating to a fiduciary’s access to digital assets and including applicability provisions.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 13, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 6, 95-0.

Senate File 362:  an Act barring claims against fairs for damages arising out of the transmission of pathogens from certain animals housed on the fairgrounds.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 8, 48-1 and the Iowa House on April 6, 94-0.

Senate File 406:  an Act exempting motor vehicles carrying an implement of husbandry from certain permit requirements.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 21, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 6, 94-0.

Senate File 493:  an Act relating to the authority of combined benefited recreational lake and water quality districts when issuing bonds.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 28, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 11, 95-0.

House File 543:  an Act relating to child in need of assistance and child abuse cases involving certain drugs and other substances.  This bill passed the Iowa House on March 14, 93-0 and the Iowa Senate on April 10, 48-0.

House File 263:  an Act relating to the criminal offenses of domestic abuse and authorized placement of a global positioning device, and providing penalties.  This bill passed the Iowa House on March 27, 90-8 and the Iowa Senate on April 10, 48-0.

Senate File 51:  an Act relating to a cytomegalovirus public health initiative and the testing of newborns for congenital cytomegalovirus.  The bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 22, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 6, 94-0.

House File 473:  an Act relating to high school equivalency programs and assessments and including effective date provisions.  The bill passed the Iowa House on March 28, 96-0 and the Iowa Senate on April 10, 48-0.

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    April 24, 2017 at 10:51 am

    Hey Terry ! Since your leaving how about passing a bill to get water tests done that are 100% complete that show ammonia and nitrogen -no private company will do this for the private citizen -same for pesticides in water and ground – were not all honest in Iowa -are we now? This is right down dishonest and dangerous to Iowa citizens – think I’m bs you ? Try it ! DNR won;t check for these either I heard.