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2016 Guide to the Iowa Legislature Updated

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It never fails.  We print, reprint, and reprint (at great expense) our popular Guide to the Iowa Legislature - and then there is a special election, or a leadership change, or a committee membership shuffle, and it's outdated. Unfortunately, we cannot reprint the Guides, but we can provide you with these updates in an electronic version.

  • For those with Internet access, you can find the most current version of the Guides online here.  Updates will be added and a date will be posted when the latest update was made.

  • For those without Internet access, we will mail you a supplement that you can insert into your Guide, with notes of all changes made.  That supplement will be mailed as soon as the Legislature finishes its changes to committees, most likely early January. Look for it in your mailboxes after the first of the year.  It will also be posted online here.

Order forms will be sent out in the summer/fall of 2016 to organizations that may want to purchase additional copies for their members.  However, remember that anyone receiving infoNET directly gets a free copy of the Guide, including all supplements.  So if you want a copy and don't want to pay for it, register with ID Action and check that you want to receive INFONET here.  You do not need to re-register if you already get our emails and mail directly.