Posts Tagged ‘Iowa’

Legislative Roundup: Enforcement Operations and New Bills

Mar 8th, 2023

I started 2023 by reporting on a December 28, 2022, illegal window tint enforcement operation in California. Just a few weeks later, The International Window Film Association (IWFA) sent out an alert to its members concerning Connecticut Senate Bill 586, which, if passed, would prohibit the installation of “any transparent material on the front windshield […]

Window Film Bills May Change Business Practices in the Midwest

Feb 20th, 2019

Legislatures in Ohio, Iowa, and Kansas will consider making changes to current laws that affect the window film industry during this years’ sessions. The newly-introduced bill in Ohio, also referred to as H77, modifies rules related to the use of sun screening and reflectorized materials on motor vehicles. H77 defines sun screening material as film, […]

Window Film Bill Introduced in Two States

Jan 30th, 2019

Legislatures in Mississippi and Iowa will consider to changes to current laws that affect the window film industry during their sessions this year. The newly-introduced bill in Iowa, also referred to as S88, would affect the minimum standard of transparency for window tint in the state and how drivers could behave. It would allow a […]