House Journal: Page 1833: Tuesday, April 25, 2000
A communication was received from the Governor announcing that
on April 25, 2000, he approved and transmitted to the Secretary of
State the following bills:
House File 2198, an act directing the department of education to conduct a feasi-
bility study of reorganization and sharing incentives for school districts.
House File 2419, an act concerning the criminal penalties relating to amphetamines
or drug paraphernalia.
Senate File 2213, an act relating to on-site presence of a pipeline company repre-
sentative during farmland improvements near pipelines.
Senate File 2302, an act relating to programs and public health issues under the
purview of the Iowa department of public health and the appropriation of certain fees
to the department and providing an effective date.
Senate File 2426, an act relating to the designation, valuation, and taxation of prop-
erty in a horizontal property regime and including an effective date.
GOVERNOR'S VETO MESSAGE
A copy of the following communication was received and placed on
April 25, 2000
Speaker of the House
State Capitol Building
L O C A L
Dear Speaker Siegrist:
I hereby transmit House File 2502, an act relating to fee-supported services pro-
vided by a county including the payment of county law enforcement salaries and
expenses and providing applicability dates.
I am unable to approve House File 2502, and hereby transmit it to you in
accordance with Article III, Section 16, of the Constitution of the State of Iowa.
House File 2502 provides that a county shall use general funds to pay for salary
costs and expenses incurred in the performance of law enforcement responsibilities.
This bill was introduced to specifically address the issue of uniform patrol expendi-
tures. In recent years, some counties have moved away from covering all uniform
patrol expenditures through the county general fund and have started to apportion
costs associated with patrol in unincorporated areas to the county rural services fund.
This bill would prohibit that apportionment from occurring.
© 2000 Cornell College and
League of Women Voters of Iowa
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