Prohibits the CDC and WHO from having jurisdiction in Iowa, increases consumer privacy in state vaccine tracking system

State: IA
Bill Number: HF 507
Position: SUPPORT
Action Required: Contact House Health and Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
Status: Held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be scheduled for hearing in H. Health & Human Services Committee; session ended on 5/4/2023

Legislation Details:

UPDATE: 5/4/2023 - HF 507 was held over for consideration in the 2024 second regular session. The first regular session ended on 5/4/2023. All bills on which no final action has been taken by the time of adjournment of the regular session in odd-numbered years are held over with the same standing for consideration during the regular session convening in even-numbered years. 

UPDATE: 3/4/2023 - HF 507 failed to be scheduled for a hearing in the House Health and Human Services Committee before the deadline of 3/4/2023. It will be held over for consideration in the 2024 second regular session.

HF 507 was introduced and referred to the House Health and Human Services Committee on 2/28/2023. It was sponsored by Representative Luana Stoltenberg and co-sponsored by Representatives M.THOMPSON, HAYES, OSMUNDSON, THOMSON, GERHOLD,SHERMAN, CISNEROS, and DIEKEN.

HF 507 would prohibit the CDC and WHO from having jurisdiction in Iowa. The bill increases consumer options for inclusion in the state vaccine tracking system, but it doesn't address providers uploading data to the state's system.

https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislation/BillBook?ga=90&ba=HF%20507 - text, status, and history of HF 5057