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Kim Reynolds signs tax cuts and many other bills into Iowa law 

DES MOINES – Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a swath of bills into law in Iowa, including a tax cut.  
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DES MOINES – Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a swath of bills into law in Iowa, including a tax cut.

SF 2442: A bill for an act relating to state and local finances by modifying individual and alternate income tax rates, withholding credits, franchise tax deductions, methodologies for determining property taxes, and property tax assessment limitations, changing methods of determining compensation of county officials, making contingent transfers from the taxpayer relief fund, and making corrections, and including effective date and applicability provisions.

“Since 2018, I’ve proposed, worked with the legislature, and signed four landmark tax reform bills, which not only set the stage for Iowa’s first ever flat income tax, but also eliminated taxes on retirement and inheritance income, cut property taxes, and made our code more friendly to farm families,” Gov. Kim Reynolds said.

“And because of our conservative budgeting practices, it’s clear that we’re well-positioned to go further, faster which is why I proposed a fifth tax package this year. The bill I’m signing today allows the flat rate we enacted two years ago to go into effect in 2025, while reducing it yet again to 3.8 percent. The bottom line is that every Iowa taxpayer will experience significantly lower rates starting next year, and collectively, all the tax cuts we’ve enacted since 2018 will save Iowans more than $23.5 billion over a decade.”

HF 2668: A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for biomarker testing.

“Research and technology have helped save countless lives from cancer and this bill opens new opportunities for Iowans to receive the best care they can to win the battle against cancer. I’ve seen firsthand what a difference biomarker testing can make. These necessary advancements will be available to patients across Iowa,” said Gov. Kim Reynolds.

SF 574: A bill for an act relating to programs administered by the economic development authority by establishing the economic growth attraction program, modifying the certified site and high-quality jobs programs, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.

HF 2175: A bill for an act extending the repeal date of the Iowa cell siting Act.

HF 131: A bill for an act relating to matters under the purview of the credit union division of the department of commerce.

SF 2268: A bill for an act relating to assistance animals and service animals, including reasonable accommodations for housing and requirements for findings of disabilities.

HF 2600: A bill for an act relating to the venue for prosecution of a controlled substance violation resulting in the death or serious bodily injury of another.

HF 2276: A bill for an act relating to the zoning of maternity group homes.

HF 2489: A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for supplemental and diagnostic breast examinations.

HF 2661: A bill for an act relating to public safety personnel by modifying the retirement benefits of sheriffs and deputy sheriffs, restricting bail for murder in the first degree or felonious assaults committed upon public safety personnel, and providing for a tax credit for moving expenses available against the individual income tax for new public safety personnel moving to the state, and including retroactive applicability provisions.

HF 2278: A bill for an act relating to the transportation to and from school of pupils participating in open enrollment.

HF 2403: A bill for an act relating to responsibility for payment of fees relating to termination of parental rights proceedings.

HF 2237: A bill for an act relating to the operation of all-terrain and off-road utility vehicles on state park road systems.

HF 2166: A bill for an act relating to controlled substances, including certain controlled substances schedules and precursor substances reporting requirements, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.

HF 2592: A bill for an act relating to the placement of a police officer on a Brady-Giglio list, including the right of a police officer to petition the court and the standard of proof required for actions regarding such placement.

HF 2448: A bill for an act relating to exceptions to the penalty for supplying an alcoholic beverage to certain persons under legal age.

HF 2531: A bill for an act relating to public safety nuisances at adult establishments that provide nude or topless dancing or operate any other adult-oriented business, and making penalties applicable.

HF 2570: A bill for an act authorizing a county attorney to be issued a professional permit to carry weapons.

HF 2490: A bill for an act relating to the reorganization of county and state mutual insurance associations, nonrenewal notices for automobile insurance, and nonrenewal notices by county and state mutual insurance associations, and including effective date provisions.

HF 2397: A bill for an act relating to the transport of patients to mental health access centers by an ambulance.

HF 2663: A bill for an act relating to national training for personnel of county commissions of veteran affairs, and making appropriations.

HF 2319: A bill for an act prohibiting counties and cities from providing guaranteed income programs, and including effective date provisions.

HF 2099: A bill for an act relating to the regulation of pharmacy benefits managers.

HF 2013: A bill for an act relating to nursing home administrator provisional licenses.

HF 2602: A bill for an act establishing a criminal offense of grooming and providing penalties.

HF 35: A bill for an act relating to private land available for public use for recreational purposes.

HF 2647: A bill for an act providing for limited liability companies, providing for fees, and including effective date provisions.

HF 2402: A bill for an act relating to behavioral health services for children including psychiatric medical institutions for children.

HF 2257: A bill for an act relating to meat and poultry inspection, by providing an exception for certain establishments engaged in the slaughter of poultry and the preparation of poultry products on a custom basis, and including implementation provisions.

HF 2247: A bill for an act concerning judicial branch administration, including mental health advocates, access to and confidentiality of juror information, remote testimony, and access to criminal history records.

HF 2658: A bill for an act relating to state child care assistance program reimbursement rates and eligibility for the children of certain child care providers.

HF 2556: A bill for an act relating to damages against participants in firearms regulation violations by political subdivisions, and including effective date provisions.

HF 681: A bill for an act exempting from the sales and use tax the sales price of tangible personal property or specified digital products sold and services furnished to a county or district fair, and making a county or district fair a designated exempt entity.

HF 207: A bill for an act relating to the assessment and taxation of certain sanitary sewage and storm water drainage property and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.

HF 2615: A bill for an act relating to education, including by requiring community colleges to publish information related to graduates, requiring school districts to provide students enrolled in grades eleven and twelve with information related to graduates of community colleges and the average income and student debt of graduates of institutions of higher education governed by the state board of regents, and modifying provisions related to supplementary weighting.

HF 2581: A bill for an act relating to required timing for notices regarding underground facility excavations and enforcement of excavation provisions, and including penalties.

HF 2279: A bill for an act relating to public utilities, including energy production, public utility affiliates, and cable and video service.

HF 2421: A bill for an act relating to firearms by limiting civil liability of federal firearms licensees who enter into voluntary firearm hold agreements with individuals.

SF 2423: A bill for an act relating to snowmobile registrations and nonresident user permits, providing fees, and making penalties applicable.

SF 2071: A bill for an act relating to bingo games, including the price to play and the value of merchandise prizes.

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