Senate File Listing (0000 - 0099 )

  • SF 99

    A bill for an act relating to consumer fireworks.

  • SF 98

    A bill for an act requiring approved driver education courses to include instruction concerning distracted driving.(See SF 317.)

  • SF 97

    A bill for an act relating to low-speed electric bicycles, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including applicability provisions.

  • SF 96

    A bill for an act relating to the exclusion of certain retirement income from the calculation of net income, and including retroactive applicability provisions.

  • SF 95

    A bill for an act providing an exemption from the computation of the individual income tax of certain amounts of retirement income and including retroactive applicability provisions.

  • SF 94

    A bill for an act creating a Hoover presidential library tax credit available against the individual and corporate income taxes, the franchise tax, the insurance premiums tax, and the moneys and credit tax.

  • SF 93

    A bill for an act relating to the treatment of veteran disability dependent benefits in the determination of a child support obligation.

  • SF 92

    A bill for an act relating to reimbursement rates for health care services provided to covered persons by telehealth, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.

  • SF 91

    A bill for an act relating to the time that polling places are open and the time given to employees for the purpose of voting.

  • SF 90

    A bill for an act relating to temporary parental discretion for the retention of a student at grade level.(See SF 265.)

  • SF 89

    A bill for an act requiring cursive instruction for students enrolled in public elementary schools.

  • SF 88

    A bill for an act relating to the definition of nonprofit organization for purposes of the state unemployment insurance program.

  • SF 87

    A bill for an act exempting the services furnished by executive search agencies and private employment agencies from the state sales and use tax.

  • SF 86

    A bill for an act authorizing savings promotion drawings under specified conditions, and making penalties applicable.

  • SF 85

    A bill for an act providing for the protection of rabbits from mistreatment, and making penalties applicable.

  • SF 84

    A bill for an act relating to the employment of unauthorized aliens and providing penalties.(See SF 339.)

  • SF 83

    A bill for an act relating to marijuana, including the manufacture, delivery, and possession of marijuana, providing fees, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.

  • SF 82

    A bill for an act creating a capital murder offense by establishing the penalty of death for murder in the first degree offenses involving kidnapping and sexual abuse offenses against the same victim who is a minor, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1004.)

  • SF 81

    A bill for an act relating to a pilot program to allow Medicaid members to participate in direct primary care agreements.

  • SF 80

    A bill for an act relating to actions taken by school districts concerning student pronoun preference.

  • SF 79

    A bill for an act regarding driving privileges of persons issued a special minor’s driver’s license who reside or are employed on a farm, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 231.)

  • SF 78

    A bill for an act adopting the psychology interjurisdictional compact.

  • SF 77

    A bill for an act abolishing county compensation boards.

  • SF 76

    A bill for an act extending the limitation of certain criminal actions committed on or with minors.

  • SF 75

    A bill for an act relating to the interception of communications and civil damages, civil and criminal immunity, and injunctive relief.

  • SF 74

    A bill for an act relating to shared operational functions for purposes of supplementary weighting for school districts and including effective date and applicability provisions.

  • SF 73

    A bill for an act Act relating to the Medicaid reimbursement process for services provided by a receiving district to children requiring special education services.(See SF 260.)

  • SF 72

    A bill for an act relating to authorized emergency vehicles, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See SF 333.)

  • SF 71

    A bill for an act relating to lighting devices and other equipment on authorized emergency vehicles, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 331.)

  • SF 70

    A bill for an act relating to additional penalties for certain violations against bicyclists causing serious injury or death committed by a person operating a motor vehicle.

  • SF 69

    A bill for an act requiring that contractors provide information about persons performing construction work on certain public improvement projects to the labor commissioner, making penalties applicable, and including applicability provisions.(See SF 493.)

  • SF 68

    A bill for an act relating to the overtaking and passing of bicycles by motor vehicles, and making penalties applicable.

  • SF 67

    A bill for an act regarding driving privileges of persons issued a special minor’s driver’s license who attend a public school, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 233.)

  • SF 66

    A bill for an act prohibiting the offer for sale, sale, purchase, use, or application of the chemical compound dicamba, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.

  • SF 65

    A bill for an act authorizing school districts to use funding from the secure an advanced vision for education fund for certain preschool program costs.

  • SF 64

    A bill for an act establishing a rural teacher shortage area loan forgiveness program and fund.

  • SF 63

    A bill for an act relating to the determination of conditions for pretrial release of a defendant.

  • SF 62

    A bill for an act providing for the registration of eligible electors upon review of electronic records received from state agencies and including effective date provisions.

  • SF 61

    A bill for an act relating to Medicaid program improvements, providing an appropriation, and including effective date provisions.

  • SF 60

    A bill for an act relating to the transfer between trusts for persons with disabilities.(See SSB 1228.)

  • SF 59

    A bill for an act prohibiting public and accredited nonpublic schools from scheduling school activities during presidential precinct caucuses.

  • SF 58

    A bill for an act requiring that human growth and development instruction by school boards include information regarding dating violence and voluntary consent to engage in sexual activity.

  • SF 57

    A bill for an act relating to retention and recertification elections for public employee collective bargaining units conducted by the public employment relations board.

  • SF 56

    A bill for an act relating to municipal meters parking permits for purple heart recipients and wounded veterans, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.

  • SF 55

    A bill for an act relating to standards for carbon monoxide protection and making penalties applicable.

  • SF 54

    A bill for an act relating to requirements for licensees under the purview of the dental board relating to orthodontia services.

  • SF 53

    A bill for an act relating to the electronic delivery of ballots to persons with certain physical disabilities.

  • SF 52

    A bill for an act prohibiting the sale or use of pesticides containing a compound belonging to the neonicotinoid class of chemicals, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.

  • SF 51

    A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a public defender or designee requests copies of certain documents.

  • SF 50

    A bill for an act concerning hotel and motel taxation, providing for other properly related matters including the creation of a local hotel and motel tax account and board to administer locally imposed hotel and motel taxes, and including applicability provisions.

  • SF 49

    A bill for an act relating to the tuition and textbook tax credit available against the individual income tax, and including retroactive applicability provisions.

  • SF 48

    A bill for an act relating to golf cart operator exemptions from the state driver’s licensing requirements, and making penalties applicable.

  • SF 47

    A bill for an act relating to lighted lamps on bicycles, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.

  • SF 46

    A bill for an act relating to the use of an electronic communication device in a voice-activated or hands-free mode while driving, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 330.)

  • SF 45

    A bill for an act relating to the dissemination and exhibition of obscene material to a minor by the parent or guardian of the minor, and providing penalties.(See SF 241.)

  • SF 44

    A bill for an act relating to sexual misconduct by a peace officer with offenders and juveniles in the peace officer’s custody and providing penalties.(See SF 171.)

  • SF 43

    A bill for an act relating to the regulation of certain tobacco and hemp-related products, and providing penalties.(See SF 226, SF 363.)

  • SF 42

    A bill for an act relating to the Iowa core curriculum and to assessment and content standards for school districts and accredited nonpublic schools and including effective date provisions.

  • SF 41

    A bill for an act prohibiting tenure systems at public postsecondary educational institutions, and including applicability provisions.

  • SF 40

    A bill for an act relating to hunting and fishing privileges for certain disabled veterans.

  • SF 39

    A bill for an act relating to lifetime hunting and fishing licenses available for certain disabled veterans.

  • SF 38

    A bill for an act requiring the installation and maintenance of adult changing stations at highway rest areas.

  • SF 37

    A bill for an act relating to the exclusion of retirement income from the computation of the individual income tax including providing an exclusion for the federal civil service retirement system, and phasing in an exclusion of other retirement income, and including retroactive applicability provisions.

  • SF 36

    A bill for an act exempting the sale of period products and diapers from the sales tax.

  • SF 35

    A bill for an act relating to maternal and child health.

  • SF 34

    A bill for an act relating to the provision of period products.

  • SF 33

    A bill for an act extending the limitations of certain criminal actions committed on or with minors, and providing penalties.

  • SF 32

    A bill for an act modifying the periods of time to bring certain civil actions, including by victims of sexual abuse, minors, and persons with mental illness, entitling certain cases to a preference in trial order, and including effective date provisions.

  • SF 31

    A bill for an act relating to the opening, administration, and termination of adult and minor guardianships and conservatorships.(See SF 348.)

  • SF 30

    A bill for an act relating to the carrying of weapons by certain individuals involved with law enforcement.(See SF 174.)

  • SF 29

    A bill for an act relating to the office of the chief information officer, including procurement preferences and a report detailing state information technology assets.

  • SF 28

    A bill for an act relating to combined charitable campaign programs administered by certain public employers.

  • SF 27

    A bill for an act limiting the amount of research activities tax credit that is refundable and including retroactive applicability provisions.

  • SF 26

    A bill for an act relating to the electronic recording of a custodial interrogation in a criminal or juvenile case.

  • SF 25

    A bill for an act establishing an interim study committee to review and develop recommendations for the appointment of a special prosecutor for incidents involving the use of deadly force by a peace officer.

  • SF 24

    A bill for an act relating to carrying or possessing a dangerous weapon when entering real property if a written notice forbidding such entry has been conspicuously posted, and providing penalties.

  • SF 23

    A bill for an act relating to the collection, compiling, and publishing of employer information from adult Medicaid applicants and recipients.

  • SF 22

    A bill for an act requiring the testing of water supplies for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances by public water supply systems.

  • SF 21

    A bill for an act relating to the timing of card game tournaments conducted by organizations representing veterans.

  • SF 20

    A bill for an act relating to the frequency of card game tournaments conducted by organizations representing veterans.(See SSB 1143.)

  • SF 19

    A bill for an act prohibiting the manufacture and sale of food packaging containing perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.

  • SF 18

    A bill for an act relating to scrap metal transactions involving catalytic converters and making penalties applicable.

  • SF 17

    A bill for an act exempting from the individual income tax the wages of individuals who provide services to disabled individuals and including effective date and applicability provisions.

  • SF 16

    A bill for an act reducing the state inheritance tax rates and providing for the future repeal of the state inheritance tax and state qualified use inheritance tax.

  • SF 15

    A bill for an act providing a property assessment adjustment for certain property of persons who have attained the age of sixty-five, providing a penalty, and including retroactive and other applicability provisions.

  • SF 14

    A bill for an act exempting from the sales tax and the use tax certain building materials, supplies, goods, wares, merchandise, or specified digital products sold, or services furnished, to a nonprofit whose primary activity is the construction of low-cost homes by incarcerated individuals, and providing for an effective date.

  • SF 13

    A bill for an act concerning the display of the POW/MIA flag on public buildings.

  • SF 12

    A bill for an act relating to approval procedures for claims for the military service property tax exemption and including applicability provisions.

  • SF 11

    A bill for an act relating to regional representation and residency requirements for members of the state transportation commission, and including effective date and applicability provisions.

  • SF 10

    A bill for an act relating to real estate transfer tax moneys transferred to the housing trust fund.

  • SF 9

    A bill for an act relating to professional standards for the certification or designation of music therapists and providing penalties.

  • SF 8

    A bill for an act establishing daylight saving time as the official time in this state throughout the year.(See SF 335.)

  • SF 7

    A bill for an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees and making penalties applicable.

  • SF 6

    A bill for an act relating to officer disciplinary actions.(See SF 342.)

  • SF 5

    A bill for an act relating to the disclosure of the prices charged for health services rendered by health care providers and hospitals.

  • SF 4

    A bill for an act relating to the elimination of the certificate of need process relating to the development of a new or changed institutional health service.

  • SF 3

    A bill for an act establishing an interim study committee relating to child welfare.

  • SF 2

    A bill for an act establishing a limitation on the amount of administrative costs for school districts.

  • SF 1

    A bill for an act relating to animal feeding operations, by providing for certain air and water quality regulations, including when two or more related confinement feeding operations are deemed to be a single operation, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions.