Iowa House subcommittee schedules review of Logan’s Law

The Iowa State Capital Building in Des Moines

Des Moines, Iowa – A bill sparked by Charles City parents is one step closer to officially being on the books.

Logan’s Law, which allows persons to include donor symbols on hunting and fishing licenses, is scheduled by the Iowa House of Representative Sub Committee to meet on Monday at 11.

Representative Todd Prichard says he’s confident the bill will pass the House and Governor Kim Reynolds will sign it.

 

Prichard estimates the bill could be through the subcommittee within a few days and eligible for a vote soon after, then it hits Governor Kim Reynolds’s desk for her signature.

Logan’s Law was created in memory of 15-year-old Logan Luft who died in an ATV accident on the July 4, 2017.  Luft donated five of his major organs.