The 2019 session of the Iowa Legislature was marked by a flurry of last-minute action on much-watched issues. Lawmakers gave Iowa governors new power to help select justices on the Iowa Supreme Court, required property tax hearings in local governments and expanded the state’s medical marijuana program.
But the Republican-controlled Legislature also made under-the-radar moves, many which still require Gov. Kim Reynolds’ signoff, that will impact Iowans’ lives. Here’s a look at some of those changes you may have missed:
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