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VOTE BY MAIL: TIME TO ASK!
09.09.20
Iowans who are registered to vote can ask their county auditors to vote by mail.  To do that, you will need to fill out the official "absentee ballot... Read More...
CALL TO ACTION: Contact Congress
08.03.20
Republicans now have a plan for the next COVID-19 assistance package. It is very different from the plan from the Democrats. Congress and the White... Read More...
ACTION ALERT: Congressional COVID Relief Needs Disability Focus
07.28.20
Senate Republicans continued to hammer out the details of a fourth COVID-19 relief package, which Senate Majority Leader McConnell (R-KY) has... Read More...
Iowans with Disabilities Face Danger, Isolation During COVID-19
07.01.20
The Des Moines Register featured a great article on the challenges Iowans with disabilities face during the COVID-19 outbreak.  Titled "Iowans with... Read More...
Governor Finishes Signing 2020 Bills into Law
07.01.20
Governor Kim Reynolds finished signing the 113 bills sent to her during this year's legislative session.  She line-item vetoed the budget bill,... Read More...


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FINAL STATUS OF BILLS

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You can read more about the bills that passed the Legislature in the infoNET Bill Tracker here.  The bill tracker lists all bills that were signed or vetoed in the "Active" list, and all the bills that didn't make the cut this year in the "Inactive" list.  Those bills that didn't make it this year become alive again when the 2016 Legislative Session begins on January 11, 2016.  So if you see a bill in that "Inactive List" that you want to become law - let your legislators know! Now is the best time to get started on your advocacy - when legislators are back home with more time to consider the issues their constituents bring to them.

You can also see a complete list of bills signed into law this year here.