DES MOINES, IOWA (April 12, 2021) — Governor Kim Reynolds has signed the following bills into law:

SF 172:  An Act relating to the definition of Sex Act or Sexual Activity for the purpose of the Iowa criminal code.

SF 253: An Act relating to sexual abuse In the second degree and sexual abuse in the third degree.

SF 548: An Act relating to the regulation of advertising near certain highways.

HF 368: An Act relating to the administration of the reimbursement for rent constituting property taxes paid and related matters and including effective date provisions.

HF 495: an act relating to certain reporting dates for cities which receive road use tax fund moneys.

HF 559: An Act relating to financial assistance provided by the economic development authority to certain apprentice sponsors and lead apprentice sponsors, and including applicability provisions.

HF 655: An Act prohibiting interference with the transportation of an agricultural animal, and providing penalties.

HF 260: An Act relating to the number of children receiving child care at any one time in a child care home.

HF 552: An Act relating to requirements for using a dog to track a wounded deer.

HF 555: An Act prohibiting counties and cities from regulating the sale of natural gas and propane.

SF 444: An Act relating to motor vehicles, including the surrender or transfer of registration plates and cards to a county treasurer, documentary fees charged by a motor vehicle dealers, and a motor vehicles franchise.

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