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Governor Finishes Signing 2020 Bills into Law

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Governor Kim Reynolds finished signing the 113 bills sent to her during this year's legislative session.  She line-item vetoed the budget bill, deleting only two sections that would have allowed Veteran's Affairs to keep some of its unspent funds for next year, and directing the Economic Development Authority to help broadband providers  get federal COVID relief funds (this is already addressed in other initaitives underway).  She signed all the bills, except for one that would change how local governments accept bids in the sale of real property. 

  • Click here for the final infoNET Bill Tracker.
  • Click here for a PDF of the bills of interest that made it through the 2020 session and became law.
  • Click here for a PDF of the bills of interest that did NOT make it through the 2020 session and won't become law.
  • Click here for a full iist of bills that were sent to Governor in the 2020 session.