April 13, 2020 •
Iowa Legislature Will Remain Adjourned Until April 30
The Legislative Council of Iowa met virtually to suspend the legislative session until April 30.
The council makes rules when the legislative body isn’t in session.
The suspension comes due to concerns over the increasing number of coronavirus cases in the state.
Lawmakers have not passed a budget for next year and the current fiscal year ends June 30, but a bill passed in March before the session’s suspension extends this year’s budget through the end of August.
This does not affect lobbyist reporting.
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