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Gov. Reynolds signs legislation into law

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DES MOINES – On Wednesday, May 8, Gov. Reynolds signed the following bills into law:

HF731: an act relating to mandatory child abuse and dependent adult abuse reporter training requirements.

SF563: an act relating to pharmacy benefit managers and information related to the management of prescription drug benefits, and including applicability provisions.

HF694: an act establishing an emergency medical services personnel licensure interstate compact.

HF743: an act requiring that the general assembly provide for the publication of certain material and associated electronic records pertaining to official legal publications.

SF638: an act relating to state and local finances by making appropriations, providing for legal and regulatory responsibilities, providing for other properly related matters, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions.

Kim Reynolds

Gov. Reynolds released the following statements on SF638:

“This year, we secured critical funding for flood control, recovery, infrastructure and immediate fixes for public safety,” said Gov. Reynolds. “The legislation spans levees, drainage areas, and flood control improvements, for individuals, businesses, and communities affected by this historic flooding. I applaud the legislature for their role in the timely approval for flood funding.”

“I am proud to sign this compromise legislation reforming our process for selecting judges to give all Iowans a greater voice in the process,” said Gov. Reynolds. “For the first time, a majority of the state nominating commission will be representing the people of Iowa instead of the Bar and Bench.”

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