Democrats continue to stand up to the attack on hard-working Iowans. We won’t support unnecessary cuts that threaten public safety, the quality of higher education and job training, and the safety net provided by social services. Economic prosperity and fiscal responsibility will return when the Governor, Lt. Governor and legislators work in a bipartisan way to make smart investments in Iowa and Iowans.
(Des Moines) A three-point reform plan to prevent another Iowa child from being injured or killed by abuse has been put forth by two members of the Iowa Senate Government Oversight Committee. “The […]
The following bills were passed by the Legislature and signed into law by the Governor. SF 51—Cytomegalovirus (CMV) awareness and screening SF 250—Breast density notifications SF 419—Nurse Licensure Compact SF 471—Prohibits abortions after 20 weeks […]
The next National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, April 29. More than 100 Iowa sites will accept leftover medicine between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Republicans gained complete control of Iowa’s state government in the 2016 elections by promising to invest in education, create new jobs, raise family incomes, and clean up Iowa’s water. That’s not what they did.
Mr. President, Mr. Majority Leader, and all my Senate colleagues: During my address on the opening day of this session, I expressed hope the Senate would govern wisely and take action to make life better […]
HF 308 – Release of military personnel records SF 481 – Enforcement of immigration laws FLOOR ACTION: HF 308 mirrors the federal government relating to military personnel records maintained by a county recorder. The bill […]
HF 313 –Removal of vehicles from accident scenes FLOOR ACTION: HF 313 requires a driver involved in an accident only resulting in damage to remove the vehicle from the roadway if it is operable and […]
SF 374 – Indigent Defense SF 444 – Traffic safety bill HF 134 – Cities regulating occupancy of residential rental property by familial status HF 253 – Children in the middle, paternity and obligation for […]
SF 501 – Increasing certain fees collected by the county sheriff SF 502 – Consumer Credit Code update SF 503 – Deferral of unpaid installments on certain consumer credit loans SF 504 – County mental […]