March 16, 2020 •
Iowa Suspends Legislative Session
On Sunday, the Iowa House and Senate announced the legislative session will be suspended for a minimum of 30 days due to concerns over COVID-19.
The House and Senate will convene today at the regular scheduled time to consider resolutions regarding continuity of government.
Previously scheduled subcommittee and committee meetings have been cancelled, and standing committees will be on-call as needed.
The Capitol building opens today at 11:00 am, with entrances open on both the south and west sides.
The Department of Public Health will administer health screenings to all persons prior to entering the Capitol.
This includes filling out a health questionnaire as well as a temperature reading.
All schedule events, tours, and receptions at the Capitol are cancelled until further notice.
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