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Bob Kressig Newsletter
Greetings to you all, Hopefully, you are enjoying the weather and enjoying the outdoors. The Cedar Falls City and School Election Day are coming up, on November 7, 2023. You can get more information on how to vote, absentee voting, candidates, polling locations, etc. at blackhawkcountyelections.iowa.gov. ✔ #BlackHawkCounty #CedarFalls #Voting            ...
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Greetings to you all, Hopefully, you are enjoying the weather, as we move into the fall season. I attended the George Wyth ribbon-cutting ceremony, officially opening the George Wyth Cedar Valley bike trail today. We had a lot of people attending the ribbon cutting and they rode the trail, after the ceremony. This will be a great asset to our...
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Greetings to you all, Well, here we are moving toward the end of August. The heat and humidity is a major issue for the schools starting up for the year. What people need to do to protect their loved ones is to stay hydrated and try to stay indoors as much as possible. We also...
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Greetings to you all, Hello from RAGBRAI! I hope everyone is staying cool and enjoying their summer. In the Statehouse Newsletter, you will find information about: Abortion Once Again Legal in Iowa Governor Unveils New Branding Campaign Court Seeks Input for the Use of Remote Proceedings Kids Count Report Shows Iowa Lacking in Several Areas...
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Greetings to you all, The Legislature adjourned on Tuesday from a special session that was ordered by the governor, to pass the governor’s anti abortion bill. Several Iowans expressed their opposition to the governor’s bill. The statewide numbers show that over 60% of Iowans support maintaining access to reproductive healthcare. Lawsuits have been filed and...
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students. (HF 602) Expansion of the Newborn Safe Haven Act to allow a person to relinquish custody of a newborn infant to an adoption service provider. Current law allows a newborn to be relinquished to a healthcare facility or first responder. (HF 474) Strengthened approach to cracking down on Fentanyl by creating new penalties and increasing criminal penalties...
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Greetings to you all, I toured the stormwater infrastructure program at UNI, on Tuesday. I learned about the importance of stormwater infrastructure for water quality, lessening soil erosion, and flood damages. We also discussed innovative models of conservation. Thanks for all that UNI does, to help improve our water quality and the environment in Iowa. In...
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Greetings to you all! The 2023 Legislative session ended on May 4th. I have been busy attending several community events and meetings, since adjournment. I attended the Gold Star Teachers Award Ceremony, Mental Health Awareness Breakfast, Police Officers Memorial and the Amvets Post 49 Veteran’s Day Memorial event. Kevin Dill, who was one of the...
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Greetings to you all! The Iowa Legislature adjourned for the year on May 4th, at 12:34 PM. The session was supposed to adjourn on April 28th, but the majority parties, in both the House and Senate, could not come to an early agreement on the state’s budgets. Thankfully, the legislature is now adjourned for the...
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Greetings to you all, Wednesday and Thursday were hectic days as there were some major bills being debated. One of those bills is HF 647 better known as the Child Labor Bill which is a companion bill to SF 542 which was just passed in Senate earlier this week. The bill would allow kids under 16 to work up...
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