Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Category: 2018 Session Information

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Summer Food Programs, Partners Needed

Summer Food Programs, Partners Needed

For nearly 200,000 Iowa children, the absence of meals served during the regular school day causes the reality of lack of nourishment during the summer time. To help curb this hun ...

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Deadline to Comment on Water Quality Standards March 30th

Deadline to Comment on Water Quality Standards March 30th

Every three years the Department of Natural Resources reviews water quality standards. As part of the review, the DNR solicits public comments on the standards. These comments can ...

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Memorial Day Weekend Campsite Reservations Available Feb. 25th

Memorial Day Weekend Campsite Reservations Available Feb. 25th

Online reservations for campsites at Iowa’s state parks are available starting Sunday, February 25th. This year, 75% of campsites can be reserved online and 25% can be reserved at ...

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2018 Weekly Bill Tracking, Thurs. Feb. 15 – Wed. Feb. 21

2018 Weekly Bill Tracking, Thurs. Feb. 15 – Wed. Feb. 21

WEEKLY BILL TRACKING Thurs. Feb. 15 – Wed. Feb. 21, 2018 HOUSE DEMOCRATIC RESEARCH STAFF   Agriculture HF 2119       Fish CAFO Calculation. Changes the calculation of fish un ...

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Sports Betting Bill Passes the First Hurdle

Sports Betting Bill Passes the First Hurdle

Iowans soon may not have to fly to Las Vegas to bet on their favorite sporting activity and could be able to place a bet right here in Iowa. A House committee recently approved le ...

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House Moves to Protect Consumers Identity from Skimming Devices

House Moves to Protect Consumers Identity from Skimming Devices

The Iowa House passed legislation to help protect consumers from devices designed to skim or scan credit card numbers used at places like ATMs and gas pumps. While current Iowa la ...

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House Passes a 1-Year Plan to Assist Transportation Costs for Schools

House Passes a 1-Year Plan to Assist Transportation Costs for Schools

The Iowa House has passed a bill that would provide temporary relief of one year to schools with the highest transportation costs. Last year, the Senate passed a bill with a compr ...

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