Gov. Kim Reynolds signed the following six bills into law on Friday:

House File 2445: an Act relating to the provision and administration of mental health, disability, and homemaker-home health aide services and the responsibility for other health-related services. This bill passed the Iowa Senate on April 3, 48-0 and the Iowa House on April 18, 96-0.

Senate File 359: an Act prohibiting and requiring certain actions relating to a fetus and providing penalties. This bill passed the Iowa House on May 1, 51-46 and the Iowa Senate on May 1, 29-17.

Senate File 2227: an Act relating to the publication of county resolutions. This bill passed the Iowa House on April 17, 98-0 and the Iowa Senate on April 24, 45-0.

Senate File 2303: an Act relating to the inheritance tax by modifying the requirements to qualify for a deferment of tax payment under certain circumstances in the case of estates with a deferred estate or remainder interest, and including applicability provisions. This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 5, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 17, 98-0.

Senate File 2311: an Act modifying various provisions relating to public utilities, providing for a study of electric vehicle infrastructure support, and including effective date provisions. This bill passed the Iowa House on April 26, 52-42 and the Iowa Senate on April 30, 28-20.

Senate File 2314: an Act relating to certain corporations doing business in this state, including restrictions and requirements imposed on nonprofit corporations acquiring agricultural land used in farming, and the duties and liabilities of directors of for-profit and nonprofit corporations. This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 5, 50-0 and the Iowa House on April 17, 98-0.