Gov. Branstad signs 10 bills into law

Date: 
April 20, 2017

Gov. Terry Branstad today signed the following 10 bills into law:

 

House File 314:  an Act relating to utility maintenance vehicles and solid waste or recycling collection service vehicles, and making penalties applicable.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate on April 5, 50-0 and the Iowa House on April 10, 96-0. 

 

Senate File 237:  an Act relating to the practice of public accountants.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 8, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 4, 98-0. 

 

Senate File 333:  an Act relating to a fiduciary’s access to digital assets and including applicability provisions.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 13, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 6, 95-0. 

 

Senate File 362:  an Act barring claims against fairs for damages arising out of the transmission of pathogens from certain animals housed on the fairgrounds.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate onMarch 8, 48-1 and the Iowa House on April 6, 94-0. 

 

Senate File 406:  an Act exempting motor vehicles carrying an implement of husbandry from certain permit requirements.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 21, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 6, 94-0. 

 

Senate File 493:  an Act relating to the authority of combined benefited recreational lake and water quality districts when issuing bonds.  This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 28, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 11, 95-0. 

 

House File 543:  an Act relating to child in need of assistance and child abuse cases involving certain drugs and other substances.  This bill passed the Iowa House on March 14, 93-0 and the Iowa Senate on April 10, 48-0. 

 

House File 263:  an Act relating to the criminal offenses of domestic abuse and authorized placement of a global positioning device, and providing penalties.  This bill passed the Iowa House on March 27, 90-8 and the Iowa Senate on April 10, 48-0. 

 

Senate File 51:  an Act relating to a cytomegalovirus public health initiative and the testing of newborns for congenital cytomegalovirus.  The bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 22, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 6, 94-0. 

 

House File 473:  an Act relating to high school equivalency programs and assessments and including effective date provisions.  The bill passed the Iowa House on March 28, 96-0 and the Iowa Senate on April 10, 48-0.