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LISTEN: Gov. Reynolds Signs Bill To Require 100 Percent In-Person Learning

Gov. Kim Reynolds signs SF 160, a law opening schools full-time during the coronavirus pandemic.
Grant Gerlock
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Gov. Kim Reynolds signs SF 160, a law opening schools full-time during the coronavirus pandemic.

IPR Morning Edition host Clay Masters talks with IPR state government reporter Katarina Sostaric about legislation that passed in the Statehouse last week and discusses what to expect this week.

Republicans who control both the Iowa House and Senate did a lot last week, in passing a bill that would require K-12 schools to offer fully in-person learning before teachers are vaccinated. They also passed a constitutional amendment that would add gun rights language to the Iowa Constitution, which would go before voters in 2022.