Dr. Rachel Ruden, VMD PhD; State Wildlife Veterinarian Wildlife Bureau Iowa Department of Natural Resources
Dr. Dan Grooms, Dean Of Veterinary Medicine Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Patrick G. Halbur DVM, MS, PhD; Professor and Chair, Veterinary Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine; Executive Director, ISU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory; Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine
Call to Order Roll Call Approval of previous minutes Assignment of Bills at the Chair’s Discretion: (Previously Assigned Electronically) HSB 126-(Bloomingdale-CH, Baeth Johnson, Lundgren, Nielsen, Young, Zabner) HSB 127-(Siegrist-CH, Harris, Cooling) HF 52-(Dunwell-CH, Golding, Srinivas) Consideration of Bills at the Chair’s Discretion Caucus at the Chair’s Discretion Other business
Call to Order/Roll Call and Approval of Minutes Auditor of State Rob Sand, Auditor of State IPERS Gregory Samorajski, Chief Executive Officer, Alcoholic Beverages Division Stephen ,Administrator Other Business/Committee Discussion Adjourn
A bill for an act relating to loan repayments made by the college student aid commission under the mental health professional loan repayment program and including applicability provisions.(See HF 244.)
A bill for an act relating to tort liability, including employer liability and noneconomic damages in civil actions involving commercial motor vehicles, and punitive or exemplary damages in civil actions generally.(See HF 201.)
A bill for an act relating to school funding by establishing the state percent of growth and the categorical state percent of growth for the budget year beginning July 1, 2023, modifying provisions relating to the property tax replacement payments, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 171.)
A bill for an act modifying requirements related to teacher intern license programs and licenses and authorizations issued by the board of educational examiners and establishing a temporary initial teaching license to be issued by the board of educational examiners to applicants who complete an alternative teacher certification program.(See HF 255.)
A bill for an act relating to certain filing deadlines for property tax credits available to certain elderly, disabled, and low-income persons and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See HF 318.)
A bill for an act relating to the inclusion of the telephone and text numbers for the your life Iowa program on public school student identification cards and including applicability provisions.(See HF 602.)
A bill for an act relating to continuity of care and nonmedical switching by health carriers, health benefit plans, and utilization review organizations, and including applicability provisions.(See HF 626.)
A bill for an act relating to the health and well-being of children and families including provisions for rural emergency hospitals, regional centers of excellence, noneconomic damage awards against health care providers, a state-funded family medicine obstetrical fellowship program, self-administered hormonal contraceptives, review and approval of and public policy considerations relating to insurance benefits, maternal support and fatherhood initiatives, state employee parental leave, modification of property tax provisions for certain commercial child care properties, adoption expenses under the adoption subsidy program, and accessibility to the all Iowa scholarship program; providing for appropriations, fines, and penalties; and including effective date and applicability and retroactive applicability provisions.(See HF 427.)
A bill for an act relating to curriculum and staff or student training provided by employees or contractors of school districts, including implementing provisions related to noncompliance, modifying the responsibilities of the department of education and board of educational examiners, and providing civil penalties.
A bill for an act relating to education, including requiring the boards of directors of school districts and the governing boards of charter schools to publish certain specified information, modifying provisions related to required social studies instruction, and providing civil penalties.
A bill for an act providing for programs and regulations administered and enforced by the department of agriculture and land stewardship, providing fees, providing for the allocation of moneys, and making penalties applicable.(See HF 277, HF 666.)
A bill for an act modifying provisions applicable to individuals licensed by the plumbing and mechanical systems board, providing for state inspections of certain plumbing and mechanical system installations, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.
Subcommittee on HSB 98 on Thursday, February 2 at 12:00 PM House Lounge
A bill for an act relating to property taxes and income taxes by modifying the calculation of assessment limitations for certain property, amending provisions relating to certain tax withholding requirements and tax credits, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1056.) Effective date: 02/20/2023. Applicability date: 01/01/2022, 01/01/2023.
A bill for an act relating to local government funding by modifying school district funding provisions, property assessment provisions, and bond issuance requirements, and including effective date and applicability provisions.
A bill for an act relating to education, including modifying provisions related to comprehensive school improvement plans, teacher librarians and guidance counselors, required days or hours of instruction in elementary and secondary schools, agreements between school districts and community colleges to teach certain courses, required courses in school districts and accredited nonpublic schools, and shared operational functions, and authorizing school districts to offer sequential units in one classroom.(See HF 327.)
A bill for an act relating to mandatory minimum sentences relating to the control, possession, receipt, or transportation of a firearm or offensive weapon by a felon and providing penalties.(See HF 625.)
A bill for an act relating to adoption proceedings by providing for representation of adoptive parents and guardians ad litem by local public defenders for children in certain adoption proceedings and modifying filing requirements for adoption petitions and notice requirements for adoption hearings of adults.(See HF 398.)
A bill for an act relating to firearm education in schools, including requiring the director of the department of education to develop and distribute age-appropriate model programs for firearm safety instruction and modifying provisions related to the required instruction in public schools and accredited nonpublic schools in grades six through twelve.
A bill for an act providing for veterinary medicine, including the care of animals under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 640, HF 670.)
A bill for an act exempting certain leases or rentals between affiliates from the sales and use tax and from the fee for new vehicle registration, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(See HF 664.)
A bill for an act relating to entities supported in whole or in part by public moneys, including the sale of public bonds, the duties and responsibilities of the directors and officers of school boards, school districts, the department of education, the department of health and human services, accredited nonpublic schools, charter schools, community colleges, institutions under the control of the state board of regents, area education agencies, election commissioners and children’s residential facilities, and the membership and voting units of county and city conference boards.(See HF 370.)
A bill for an act regarding the registration and titling of motor vehicles, including by providing for initial registration and titling by any county treasurer and by modifying related fees and the amount of fees retained by county treasurers.(See HF 344, HF 674.)
A bill for an act authorizing length of service award programs for volunteer fire fighters, volunteer emergency medical care providers, and reserve peace officers, and making appropriations.(Formerly HSB 19; See HF 340.)
A bill for an act relating to assessments required to be administered to students participating in the education savings account program and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.
A bill for an act relating to controlled substances including the manufacture, delivery, or possession of a controlled substance including fentanyl; the manufacture of a controlled substance in the presence of a minor; conspiracy to manufacture for delivery or delivery or intent or conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance to a minor; receipt, provision, and administration of opioid antagonists, including by secondary distributors, providing for immunity; and providing penalties.(See HF 595.)
A bill for an act relating to the assessment and valuation of property rented or leased to certain low-income individuals and families and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.