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Posted on February 7, 2019 at 4:00 AM

Going a step further than Simon’s Law legislation being considered in several states, Iowa has introduced H.F. 233

“A court of law or equity shall not have the authority to require the withdrawal of life-sustaining procedures from a minor child over the objection of the minor child’s parent or guardian, unless there is conclusive medical evidence that the minor child has died and any electronic brain, heart, or respiratory monitoring activity exhibited to the contrary is a false artifact.”

Representative Jon Jacobsen

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