Bills in Committee

Human Resources (S)

Bills under consideration and review by committee.

Bill Bill Title
SF 2275 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of tanning facilities and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 2174.)
SF 2231 A bill for an act relating to the performance of background checks for certified nurse aide training program students. (Formerly SF 2182.)
SF 2227 A bill for an act relating to exception to policy provisions for Medicaid home and community-based services waivers. (Formerly SF 2081.)
SF 2225 A bill for an act relating to adoption investigation and report requirements. (See SF 2276.)
SF 2215 A bill for an act relating to the creation of the medical cannabis Act and providing for civil and criminal penalties and fees and including effective date provisions.
SF 2214 A bill for an act reclassifying marijuana from a schedule I controlled substance to a schedule II controlled substance.
SF 2210 A bill for an act providing for the licensure of art therapists by the behavioral science board, making penalties applicable, providing for fees, and including applicability provisions.
SF 2208 A bill for an act relating to directed blood donations to a designated recipient or from a designated donor.
SF 2182 A bill for an act relating to the performance of background checks for certified nurse aide training program students. (See SF 2231.)
SF 2174 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of tanning facilities and making penalties applicable. (See SF 2275.)
SF 2161 A bill for an act relating to the use of certain chemicals in children's products, providing civil penalties, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2160 A bill for an act relating to third-party payment of services provided by physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech pathologists. (Formerly SSB 3054.)
SF 2145 A bill for an act relating to elder and dependent adult abuse, and providing penalties.
SF 2144 A bill for an act establishing an Iowa healthiest children initiative in the department of public health and including effective date provisions. (See SF 2285.)
SF 2143 A bill for an act relating to the state child care assistance program eligibility and application provisions. (See SF 2251.)
SF 2117 A bill for an act relating to elder abuse and providing penalties. (See SF 2239.)
SF 2116 A bill for an act providing for the licensure of music therapists and providing for fees.
SF 2102 A bill for an act relating to acceptance of applications for health care coverage through the American health benefits exchange created for this state pursuant to the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
SF 2084 A bill for an act relating to the services provided through the department of human services for children and young adults, including through the Iowa juvenile home, and including effective date provisions. (See SF 2322.)
SF 2082 A bill for an act relating to the submission of a Medicaid state plan amendment for the provision of home and community-based services to elders.
SF 2081 A bill for an act relating to exception to policy provisions for Medicaid home and community-based services waivers. (See SF 2227.)
SF 2066 A bill for an act relating to providers of medical assistance program consumer-directed attendant care and consumer choices option services, including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (See SF 2320.)
SF 2065 A bill for an act relating to community-directed attendant care requirements, and including effective, retroactive, and applicability date provisions.
SF 2038 A bill for an act relating to vapor products, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2028 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a senior living coordinating unit within the department on aging.
SF 2011 A bill for an act relating to the reporting of immunizations or vaccinations to the statewide immunization registry.
SF 2009 A bill for an act establishing a lyme disease task force. (See SF 2090.)
SF 2002 A bill for an act establishing a notification requirement for mammogram reports and written statements to patients. (See SF 2252.)
SF 374 A bill for an act relating to drug product selection. (Formerly SSB 1183.)
SF 373 A bill for an act relating to licensure identification and display requirements and professional title and abbreviation restrictions for certain health-related professions and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1132.)
SF 330 A bill for an act creating a licensed social worker loan repayment program and revolving fund. (Formerly SSB 1186.)
SF 312 A bill for an act relating to breast cancer screening and treatment under the Medicaid program.
SF 259 A bill for an act relating to third-party payment of services provided by a physical therapist. (Formerly SSB 1116.)
SF 253 A bill for an act relating to the prohibition of terminations of pregnancy and abortions, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.
SF 250 A bill for an act relating to consent to and notification of individuals regarding HIV-related tests and test results.
SF 248 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of tanning facilities.
SF 227 A bill for an act establishing an emergency medical services task force. (See SF 346.)
SF 201 A bill for an act relating to the number of children in child care homes.
SF 199 A bill for an act relating to the state comprehensive Alzheimer's disease response strategy. (See SF 269.)
SF 196 A bill for an act relating to prenatal and postpartum care.
SF 193 A bill for an act relating to state requirements for county and multicounty juvenile detention homes.
SF 175 A bill for an act relating to verification of social security numbers for public programs under the purview of the department of human services.
SF 147 A bill for an act requiring drug testing for individuals applying for or receiving state assistance.
SF 101 A bill for an act relating to coverage for foster children under the Medicaid program, and including effective date provisions.
SF 90 A bill for an act relating to assisted living programs.
SF 83 A bill for an act relating to the income considered available in determining client participation in payment of medical institution care under Medicaid.
SF 79 A bill for an act relating to marijuana, including the creation of a medical marijuana Act, and providing for civil and criminal penalties and fees.
SF 75 A bill for an act relating to requirements for persons who perform transvaginal ultrasounds.
SF 71 A bill for an act relating to integrated care models for the delivery of health care, including but not limited to required utilization of a medical home by individuals currently and newly eligible for coverage under the Medicaid program and including effective date provisions. (See SF 296.)
SF 45 A bill for an act relating to abortions including prohibiting late-term abortions with certain exceptions, providing penalties, and including an effective date provision.
SF 43 A bill for an act relating to verification of social security numbers for public programs under the purview of the department of human services.
SF 36 A bill for an act relating to the long-term care resident's advocate program and making appropriations. (See SF 258.)
SF 35 A bill for an act relating to elderly persons with aggressive or psychiatric behaviors in long-term care facilities. (See SF 198.)
SF 34 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement for services provided under a medical assistance home and community-based services waiver for the elderly.
SF 29 A bill for an act relating to the use of federal health care reform funding for abortions, and including effective date provisions.
SF 16 A bill for an act relating to body piercing, body modification, and tattooing, and providing penalties.
SF 14 A bill for an act relating to abortion-inducing drug safety and providing penalties.
SF 13 A bill for an act prohibiting gender-selection abortions, and providing penalties.
SF 12 A bill for an act relating to area health education centers, creating an area health education centers fund, and providing an appropriation. (See SF 377.)
HF 2275 A bill for an act establishing asset, income, and identity verification requirements for medical assistance applicants and recipients. (Formerly HSB 563)
HF 2175 A bill for an act relating to the use of telecommunications technology in terminations of pregnancies, and providing penalties. (Formerly HF 2073)