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The Governor's 2022 Priorities

  • Gov. Reynolds signs most historic tax reform bill in Iowa history.

    Cutting Taxes for All Iowans

  • Workforce Presser

    Making Iowa an Employment Destination

    Growing Iowa’s workforce is the path forward to long-term, broad-based prosperity for
    our state and the people who call it home. But more must be done to recruit workers for

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  • Child Care Sprouts

    Improving Access to Child Care

    The shortage of child care is a national issue, and one that hits close to home. Iowa has more households with all parents working than any other state in the country, but too few options for child care.

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  • Pella Apprenticeship

    Building Iowa’s Health Care Workforce

    The pandemic further exacerbated an already existing workforce shortage in the health care industry.

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  • Woodbine

    Preparing Students for the Workforce

    In order to meet the immediate and longer-term workforce needs of the industries critical to Iowa’s economy, we must commit to developing occupational awareness and readiness in Iowa’s PreK-12 school students at an early a

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  • Governor At School

    Providing Educational Choice and Transparency for Iowa Families

    A strong public education system is vital to Iowa’s success, which is why public education is the single largest line item on the state’s balance sheet, accounting for more than 56% of the entire state budget.

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  • AG Biofuel Plant Group

    Growing the Fuels of the Future

    Iowa is proud to be the nation’s top producer of ethanol, biodiesel, and the crops used to make it.

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In the News

May 13, 2022

Gov. Reynolds orders flags at half-staff on Sunday for National Peace Officers Memorial 

Gov. Kim Reynolds ordered all flags in Iowa to be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Sunday, May 15, in honor of the National Peace Officers Memorial. 

May 13, 2022

Gov. Reynolds orders flags at half-staff Saturday to honor fallen Pearl Harbor sailor from Iowa 

Gov. Kim Reynolds has ordered all flags in Iowa to fly at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Saturday, May 14, 2022 to honor fallen Navy Seaman 1st Class David F.

May 12, 2022

Gov. Reynolds signs three bills into law 

Gov. Reynolds signed the following bills into law: 
 

May 12, 2022

Gov. Reynolds orders flags at half-staff Friday to honor fallen Pearl Harbor sailor returning to Iowa  

Gov. Kim Reynolds has ordered all flags in Iowa to fly at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Friday, May 13, 2022 to honor fallen Navy Storekeeper 3rd Class Harry E.

In The News

Iowa State Capitol at night.

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The Iowa State Capitol and its golden dome have stood as a shining symbol of Iowa government and politics since its completion in 1886. The Capitol welcomed nearly 78,000 visitors from across the state, nation, and world last year. Formal and self-guided tours are available at no charge.

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