bill in Iowa that would increase the interstate speed limit to 70
mph was placed on the calendar for debate and a possible vote before
the full House, according to a spokeswoman for the Legislature.
which was formerly known as HSB100, would move the speed limit on
interstates to 70 mph, but leave it at 65 mph on non-interstate
four-lane divided highways.
measure passed the House Transportation Committee by an 11-9 vote
March 11. It is likely to remain on the House calendar for at least
a week, and may be amended on the floor. To have a chance to become
law, it must be passed and moved over to a Senate committee by April