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House File 2094 is scheduled to be in a subcommittee this morning. The bill was filed by Rep. Joe Mitchell.

It creates an interstate compact to allow psychologists from other states to practice telepsychology with patients living in Iowa, to practice face-to-face psychology on a temporary basis in Iowa and to allow Iowa psychologists to practice telepsychology with patients in other states.

Author: Jacob Hall