Iowa Governor Signs Law Immediately Banning School Mask Requirements

May 20, 2021 | By Katarina Sostaric | Iowa Public Radio | Source

Michael Leland / IPR File                                                                                                     Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a bill into law early Thursday morning that bans school mask requirements.

“Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a bill into law just after midnight Thursday that immediately made it illegal to require masks in schools. It also prevents cities and counties from having mask mandates that affect private property.

Republicans in the Iowa Legislature passed the bill Wednesday night after introducing the legislation that morning.

“The state of Iowa is putting parents back in control of their child’s education and taking greater steps to protect the rights of all Iowans to make their own health care decisions,” Reynolds said in a statement. “I am proud to be a governor of a state that values personal responsibility and individual liberties. I want to thank the Iowa Legislature for their quick work in bringing this bill to my desk so that it can be signed into law.””


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