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Returning bills

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John Pemble
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Iowa's Capitol during winter 2022. John Pemble / IPR

Every year bills that didn’t pass in previous legislative sessions get another shot through the subcommittee process. In 2022 bills that would restrict or further regulate traffic enforcement cameras advance through Senate subcommittees. Governor Reynolds has written a bill that would increase biofuels options at gas stations, that is less aggressive than her renewable fuels bill from last year. A proposal allowing Iowa schools to go year-round stalls. And a new bill advances that would change a parent or guardian’s vaccination consent for minors from verbal to written.