The United States is incredibly divided -- that's nothing new to you. Coming together on just about any political topic is quite nearly impossible. Hopefully, we can all agree Governor Kim Reynolds was wrong here.
Parents are officially (and legally) allowed to teach Drivers Ed to their children. These parents can now certify that they've taught their child drivers education, so the teen can take the final driving exam.
As reported in Radio Iowa, this topic has been put to rest amongst Iowa lawmakers. Currently, the bill to ban vaccine passports in the state of Iowa has passed through the state legislature and is being sent to Governor Kim Reynolds for approval.
This would place a ban any any Iowa private business or venue to deny entry to individuals who have not received the COVID-19 vaccination. Health care facilities would be exempt from this however. Local businesses and governments could actually lose state funding i.e. grants if they require proof of getting a COVID-19 vaccination, according to the piece of Legislation.
It looks like Iowans will soon be able to order their favorite spirits through third-party delivery apps like GrubHub, EatStreet, and DoorDash.
As reported by RadioIowa, some major moves in the Iowa legislature is putting the possibility of getting your booze delivered at the touch of a button on the fast path.
One of the most hot button issues in modern day politics came to a head in Iowa today. Governor Kim Reynolds set a firm precedent on the Hawkeye State's position on gun control. Friday afternoon the Governor signed a bill into law, making it legal for Iowans to carry pistols and revolvers without a permit. In addition, it eliminates background checks for private person to person sales.