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Bills signed into state law Wednesday


Governor Terry E. Branstad signed the following legislation into law Wednesday:

House File 290: An act to allow the use of motorcycles equipped with detachable stabilizing rear wheels on Iowa roads.

House File 453: An act relating to the regulation of egg production, and including effective date provisions.

Senate File 149: An act allowing the Department of Transportation to accept reports from advanced registered nurse practitioners and physician assistants disclosing a physical or mental condition that renders a person incompetent to operate a motor vehicle.

Senate File 244: An act relating to the release and satisfaction of judgments.

Senate File 259: An act relating to mental health and substance abuse histories conducted in a presentence investigation report and the standards for release on probation in a criminal proceeding.

Senate File 291: An act relating to the discovery of privileged medical records, including mental health records, in a criminal case and including effective date provisions.

Senate File 299: An act relating to environmental protection, including solid waste, sewage works, hazardous waste, infectious medical waste, and pesticide and fertilizer contamination.

Senate File 327: An act relating to the disposition of a child with mental illness or mental retardation in juvenile court.

Senate File 400: An act relating to the conveyance or encumbrance of a homestead by a spouse.

Senate File 402: An act relating to the injured veterans grant program and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.

Senate File 429: An act placing the agricultural development authority within the Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship.

Senate File 483: An act relating to licensure by the Board of Educational Examiners of persons who complete an administrator preparation program offered by a regionally accredited or board of educational examiners' approved non-Iowa institution.

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