The Honorable Patty Judge Secretary Iowa Department of Agriculture & Land Stewardship Wallace Building 502 East 9th Street Des Moines, IA 50319 Phone: 515-281-5322 Fax: 515-281-6236 http://www.agriculture.state.ia.us
If the contract is cancelled within sixty (60) days (new vehicle plans) or thirty (30) days (pre-owned vehicle plans) from the date shown on the application and registration page, and no claims have been made, you will receive a full refund. If a claim has been made against your contract, of if the contract has been in effect more than sixty (60) days (new vehicle plans) or thirty (30) days (pre-owned vehicle plans), a pro-rata refund will be calculated based on the greater of the time in force or the miles driven compared to the total time or mileage of your contract term, less a $50 cancellation fee.
7/1/84 Amended 7/1/91 Vehicle purchased or leased in the state and primarily designed for the transportation of persons or property, excluding mopeds, motorcycles, motor homes and vehicles over 10,000 lbs. GVW. 1 repair attempt for a defect that may cause death or serious injury or 3 repair attempts plus a final attempt or 30 calendar days out of service. 2 years or 24,000 miles, whichever occurs first.
Residential Energy Code: 92 MEC, mandatory statewide Commercial Energy Code: ASHRAE/IES 90.1, mandatory statewide The Home Builders Association of Iowa, through the Secretary of State, petitioned the Building Code Commissioner to remove basement insulation requirements from the state residential energy code. A public hearing was held in December 1996. In February 1997, the Iowa Building Code Advisory Council voted 4 - 1 to halt the rule change. The Building Code Commissioner concurred with the Council's decision. There are rumors that a repeal bill could be introduced toward the end of the legislative session. IOWA IS PROVIDING 90.1 AND MEC TRAINING AND EDUCATION. LOCAL UTILITIES SUPPORT THE HERS PROGRAM WITH REBATES WHICH ENCOURAGE ENERGY EFFICIENT CONSTRUCTION.
Iowa (pronounced ) is a Midwest state of the United States. It is the 29th state of the United States, having joined the Union on December 28, 1846. The official name of the state is the "State of Iowa".
A federal court sitting in Iowa dismissed a group of rural carriers' challenge of a 2003 Iowa Utilities Board ("IUB") ruling that wireless carriers were not liable for access charges to landline telcos that relayed or terminated wireless calls originating and terminating within a major trading area ("MTA"). This was the second round in the bout between the parties; the group first challenged the ruling in late 2003. That suit resulted in a dismissal and then appeal by the rural carriers. An appeals court in St. Louis remanded the case back to the district court with so that they could decide if the state agency correctly interpreted federal law.
The Health Insurance Plan of Iowa ( HIPIOWA) is the high-risk pool that serves residents that cannot purchase coverage in the private market for reasons including: pre-existing medical condition or disease diagnosis that causes a premium hike higher than HIPIOWA rates, reduced benefits or a rider, or an outright denial. Residents of Iowa are also eligible if they qualify under federal HIPAA or COBRA protections. At the end of 2004, just over 100 persons were enrolled. The Iowa Individual Health Benefit Reinsurance Association (IHBRA) has been merged into HIPIOWA effective January, 2005.
Any unmarried adult, or a husband and wife jointly, can adopt. A spouse can adopt separately if he or she is the stepparent of the adoptee, if he or she is separated from his or her spouse, or if the other spouse is unavailable, incapacitated, or has unreasonably withheld consent to the adoption.
Since, the legislation to open competition in October 2002 failed in the 2000 session, there seems to be little chance that the next session will bring success. Iowans already have such low energy prices it's difficult to gain support for an electric restructuring bill. Other reasons for restructuring resistance are how to protect worker benefits in case of divestiture and consumer protection issues.
First case: People v. Vargason, guilty of sexual abuse, Johnson County, 1989. Appellate Decision: State v. Ripperger, 1994. Affirmed use of evidence and statistics. Data Bank established: 1990 Legislated Admissibility passed: no
S.F. 163 Restricts the placement of cigarette or tobacco product vending machines. S.F. 499 Increases penalties for minors who violate youth access to tobacco laws. S.F. 542 Creates a Tobacco Settlement Fund in the state Treasurer's office and earmarks funds for programs to reduce teenage smoking.