Gov. Reynolds signs legislation into law

Gov. Kim Reynolds

DES MOINES – Today, Gov. Reynolds signed the following bills into law:  

HF 756: An Act relating to the acquisition and possession of weapons and providing penalties.  

Gov. Reynolds released the following statement on HF 756:  

“Today I signed legislation that protects the 2nd Amendment rights of Iowa’s law-abiding citizens while still preventing the sale of firearms to criminals and other dangerous individuals. This law also takes greater steps to inform law enforcement about an individuals mental illness helping ensure firearms don’t end up in the wrong hands. We will never be able to outlaw or prevent every single bad actor from getting a gun, but what we can do is ensure law-abiding citizens have full access to their constitutional rights while keeping Iowans safe.” – Gov. Kim Reynolds  

HF 621: An act establishing which actions may be brought against firearm, firearm accessory, and ammunition manufacturers, distributors, importers, trade association, sellers, or dealers.   

SF 230: An Act relating to wrecked or salvaged motor vehicles.  

HF 280: An Act authorizing the department of transportation to renew certain valid commercial driver’s licenses without examination, including by electronic renewal, and including effective date provisions.  

HF 382: An Act authorizing the department of transportation to issue special permits allowing the transportation of loads of relief supplies that exceed statutory weight limits during periods of national emergency.  

HF 389: An Act relating to chauffeurs and exempting certain persons from the requirement to be licensed as a chauffer. 

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