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Iowa Residents: Tell your Senators to pass HF 579! 
If passed, HF 579 would repeal some of Iowa's mandatory minimum drug sentencing laws (which would be retroactive), give judges flexibility in other cases to avoid the mandatory sentence (not retroactive), reform Iowa's crack-powder cocaine sentencing disparity (not retroactive), and allow judges to reconsider a person's sentence after they have spent one year in prison. To become a law, HF 579 must be passed by the full Iowa Senate and signed by the governor by April 28, so use our letter and ask for your Iowa Senator's support today!

Mandatory Minimums Must Go
Use FAMM's action center to urge your U.S. Representative and Senators to end inflexible, ineffective, and expensive mandatory minimum sentencing laws. Act now!