House Journal: Page 1116: Monday, April 1, 2002
BILLS SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
A communication was received from the Governor announcing that
on March 29, 2002, he approved and transmitted to the Secretary of
State the following bills:
House File 2082, an act expanding the time periods within which watercraft must
be registered after a sale or transfer and within which watercraft may be operated
without an identification number.
House File 2138, an act authorizing the college student aid commission to waive or
modify statutory or regulatory provisions applicable to state financial aid programs for
affected students in the event of a national emergency and including a retroactive
House File 2150, an act relating to the performance of honor guard services on
public property by members of a reserve officer training corps, the Iowa National
Guard, or the reserve forces of the United States.
House File 2151, an act adding certain information concerning school security or
emergency preparedness to the list of public records kept confidential.
House File 2153, an act relating to presentation of victim impact statements at
criminal sentencing hearings.
House File 2190, an act relating to the procedural requirements for foreign and
international adoption, and providing an effective date.
House File 2229, an act relating to use of moneys in the strategic investment fund.
House File 2230, an act relating to sentences of incarceration for third or
subsequent operating-while-intoxicated motor vehicle offenses.
House File 2246, an act relating to administrative procedures of county treasurers
for property taxation and vehicle registration.
House File 2249, an act relating to criminal history checks of applicants for certain
licenses, lottery employees, and major vendors contracting with the lottery, marketing
materials, and the identification of instant lottery tickets, providing for a fee, and
providing for an effective date.
House File 2281, an act requiring the licensure of landscape architects.
House File 2289, an act relating to the preparation and filing of an assessment
schedule for abatement of a nuisance by a city.
© 2002 Cornell College and
League of Women Voters of Iowa
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