SODERBERG HOPES “SILVER ALERT” BILL CAN BE REVIVED IN IOWA HOUSE

SODERBERG HOPES “SILVER ALERT” BILL CAN BE REVIVED IN IOWA HOUSE

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A LE MARS STATE REPRESENTATIVE SAYS IT’S NOT HIS FAULT THAT A BILL THAT WOULD HELP LOCATE MISSING PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA FAILED TO ADVANCE IN THE HOUSE AFTER UNANIMOUSLY PASSING IN THE STATE SENATE.

CHUCK SODERBERG HEADS THE HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE:


OC….PURSUE SOMETHING. :21

REPUBLICAN STATE SENATOR BILL ANDERSON’S MEASURE WAS INSPIRED BY THE CASE OF DALE ROBINSON, A DEMENTIA PATIENT FROM MOVILLE WHO HAS BEEN MISSING SINCE AUGUST 3RD.

ANDERSON IS ANGRY THAT HIS FELLOW REPUBLICANS LET THE BILL DIE IN LAST WEEKS SECOND FUNNEL DEADLINE.

SODERBERG ADMITS THE ISSUE NEEDS TO BE ADDRESSED AND HAS SET UP MEETINGS IN THE COMING WEEK TO ASK WHY THE BILL DIDN’T MOVE FORWARD:


OC…..MORE FREQUENT. :13

SODERBERG SAYS HE’S DISAPPOINTED THE SENATE DIDN’T PASS ANOTHER PIECE OF LEGISLATION:


OC….TO DO THAT. ;09

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