General Assembly: 79 (2002 Regular GA) - Chapter 1105 - Juneteenth National Freedom Day


Published: 2002-04-11

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191 LAWS OF THE SEVENTY−NINTH G.A., 2002 SESSION CH. 1106

CH. 1105CH. 1105

CHAPTER 1105

JUNETEENTH NATIONAL FREEDOM DAY

S.F. 2273

AN ACT relating to the designation of a Juneteenth National Freedom Day.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1.NEW SECTION.1C.12JUNETEENTH NATIONAL FREEDOM DAY. The governor of this state is hereby authorized and requested to issue annually a proclama-

tion designating the third Saturday in June as Juneteenth National Freedom Day and to en- courage all governmental entities, civic organizations, schools, and institutions of higher edu- cation in the state to observe the day in a manner that emphasizes the meaning and importance of the emancipation proclamation that ended slavery in the United States and to recognize and celebrate the importance of this day to every person who cherishes liberty and equality for all people.

Approved April 11, 2002

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CH. 1106CH. 1106

CHAPTER 1106

PROPOSED UNIFORM COMPUTER INFORMATION TRANSACTIONS ACT  EFFECT  INTENT

H.F. 2446

AN ACT relating to the proposed uniform computer information transactions Act.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1.2000 Iowa Acts, chapter 1189, section 32, subsection 2, as amended by 2001 Iowa Acts, chapter 34, section 1, is amended to read as follows:

2.This section of this Act takes effect July 1, 2002 2003.

Sec. 2.2000 Iowa Acts, chapter 1189, section 33, as amended by 2001 Iowa Acts, chapter 34, section 2, is amended to read as follows:

SEC.33.LEGISLATIVE INTENT.It is the intent of the general assembly that the general assembly consider the proposed uniform computer information transactions Act, as adopted by the national conference of commissioners on uniform state laws, during the 2002 2003 regu- lar session.

Approved April 11, 2002