The Older Iowans Legislature is a statewide non-partisan, non-profit volunteer organization. Its members advocate for state legislators and the Governor to sign legislation that will result in an improved “Quality of Life for Older Iowans”.
The Older Iowans Legislature places special emphasis on the frail elderly; those citizens who have contributed much to our society, but have exhausted their resources and in need of assistance to lead meaningful lives.
Please take a look at our web site and join our efforts to pursue quality of life for our elderly.
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Members and friends of the Older Iowans Legislature
The Board of Directors of the Older Iowans Legislature has submitted its Priority Issues to the 2022 session of the Iowa General Assembly with the request that these Priority Issues be enacted by the Iowa General Assembly by July 1, 2022. The four (4) Priority Issues are printed below.
The Board of Directors of the Older Iowans Legislature will be closely monitoring the actions of the 2022 session of the Iowa General Assembly and following the progress of all Senate Files and House Files of interest to the Older Iowans Legislature; especially bills related to the OIL Priority Issues listed below.
PRIORITY ISSUES OF THE 2021 OLDER IOWANS LEGISLATURE
Governor Kim Reynolds, Condition of the State, Tuesday January 11, 2022
SENATE FILES AND HOUSE FILES (NEWLY INTRODUCED STARTING JANUARY 2022) TO THE 2022 SESSION OF THE IOWA GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO THE OLDER IOWANS LEGISLATURE.
Secretary, Older Iowans Legislature