(by Calvin Freiburger | LifeSite News) – Iowa will complete its transition from health emergency footing to legal normalcy this month, with Iowa Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds announcing this week an end to the state’s remaining COVID-19 emergency orders. Like most governors, Reynolds responded to the pandemic in 2020 by issuing emergency orders that locked down business operations and gatherings outside one’s home. Reynolds rescinded the most onerous of those measures last February, urging Iowans to take responsibility for their own health decisions. On Thursday, Reynolds announced she will allow her remaining emergency proclamations to expire on February 15, the Washington […]

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