Bills die as Iowa Legislature faces deadline
DES MOINES (AP) — Some of the hundreds of bills introduced in the Iowa Legislature will die this week as lawmakers run up against a self-imposed deadline.
Most high-profile measures dealing with such issues as property tax changes and education reform are moving through the process. But others dealing with gay marriage, abortion and gun control won’t survive the Friday deadline.
Lawmakers have finished up work for the week and won’t return to the Capitol until Monday.
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