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SR 1 A resolution relating to the Senate Code of Ethics governing the conduct of members of the Senate in relation to their senatorial duties during the Eighty-ninth General Assembly.(Formerly SSB 1092.) COMMITTEE ON ETHICS
SR 2 A resolution urging the United States Congress to reject the invitation to ignore Iowa election law and Iowa’s judicial process in deciding election disputes. COURNOYER
SR 3 A resolution urging the Iowa High School Girls Athletic Union to sanction girls wrestling as a high school sport. COURNOYER
SR 4 A resolution honoring the achievements and contributions of Steve Ovel. KRAAYENBRINK, SINCLAIR, ZAUN, JOHNSON, EDLER, SCHULTZ, ROZENBOOM, LOFGREN, KOELKER, ZUMBACH, GARRETT, GREEN, COSTELLO, BROWN, R. SMITH, DAWSON, SHIPLEY, REICHMAN, DRISCOLL, CARLIN, COURNOYER, WHITING, J. TAYLOR, DICKEY, KLIMESH, WHITVER, CHAPMAN, GUTH, SWEENEY, WILLIAMS, DOTZLER, GIDDENS, BOLKCOM, J. SMITH, CELSI, KINNEY, BISIGNANO, T. TAYLOR, BOULTON, JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT, MATHIS, PETERSEN, LYKAM, RAGAN, WAHLS and QUIRMBACH
SR 5 A resolution honoring the work of Dr. Steven Meyer of Sioux City, Iowa. CARLIN
SR 6 A resolution deferring action on the confirmation of certain appointments. WHITVER
SR 7 A resolution deferring action on the confirmation of certain appointments submitted by the Governor. WHITVER
SR 8 A resolution honoring and congratulating Lois Brownell for her dedicated service to the State of Iowa. WHITVER, WAHLS, BISIGNANO, BOLKCOM, BOULTON, BROWN, CARLIN, CELSI, CHAPMAN, COSTELLO, COURNOYER, DAWSON, DICKEY, DOTZLER, DRISCOLL, EDLER, GARRETT, GIDDENS, GOODWIN, GREEN, GUTH, HOGG, JOCHUM, JOHNSON, KINNEY, KLIMESH, KOELKER, KRAAYENBRINK, LOFGREN, LYKAM, MATHIS, NUNN, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, RAGAN, REICHMAN, ROZENBOOM, SCHULTZ, SHIPLEY, SINCLAIR, J. SMITH, R. SMITH, SWEENEY, J. TAYLOR, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, WHITING, WILLIAMS, ZAUN and ZUMBACH
SR 9 A resolution advising the legislative services agency of the reasons for the Senate’s rejection of Senate File 620.(Formerly SSB 1278.) COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 101 A resolution relating to the requirements under the Senate Code of Ethics for filing personal financial disclosure forms by senators and candidates for senate. (Formerly SSB 3038.) COMMITTEE ON ETHICS
SR 102 A resolution designating February 23, annually, as Utility Worker Appreciation Day. KOELKER
SR 103 A resolution designating March 8, annually, as Utility Worker Appreciation Day. KOELKER
SR 104 A resolution honoring the achievements and contributions of Gene Elliott. ROZENBOOM
SR 105 A resolution reaffirming Iowa’s commitment to its relationship with the Ukrainian people and supporting Ukraine’s efforts to remain an independent and autonomous nation. NUNN, WAHLS, BISIGNANO, BOLKCOM, BOULTON, BROWN, CARLIN, CELSI, CHAPMAN, COSTELLO, COURNOYER, DAWSON, DICKEY, DOTZLER, DRISCOLL, EDLER, GARRETT, GIDDENS, GOODWIN, GREEN, GUTH, HOGG, JOCHUM, JOHNSON, KINNEY, KLIMESH, KOELKER, KRAAYENBRINK, LOFGREN, LYKAM, MATHIS, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, RAGAN, REICHMAN, ROWLEY, ROZENBOOM, SCHULTZ, SHIPLEY, SINCLAIR, J. SMITH, R. SMITH, SWEENEY, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, WILLIAMS and ZAUN
SR 106 A resolution honoring the nation of Taiwan. NUNN and BOULTON
SR 107 A resolution to honor Joshua William Bronsink. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 108 A resolution recognizing National Agriculture Week. SWEENEY
SR 109 A resolution urging the President of the United States to consider measures to ensure America’s long-term energy affordability, security, and leadership and progress, including the continued operation of existing oil and natural gas pipelines, the construction of new pipelines, and an end to restrictions on developing our nation’s onshore and offshore oil and natural gas resources. NUNN
SR 110 A resolution honoring Senator Joe Bolkcom for his service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 111 A resolution honoring Senator Jim Lykam for his years of service in the Iowa General Assembly. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 112 A resolution honoring Senator Jim Carlin for his service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 113 A resolution honoring Senator Tim Goodwin for his years of service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 114 A resolution honoring Senator Zach Nunn for his service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 115 A resolution urging the Governor and the Director of the Department of Transportation to develop plans for the new Interstate 80 bridge over the Mississippi River in Scott County that include the incorporation of the Bison Bridge. COURNOYER
SR 116 A resolution honoring Senator Craig Johnson for his service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 117 A resolution honoring Senator Robert Hogg for his service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 118 A resolution honoring Senator Liz Mathis for her years of service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 119 A resolution deferring action on the confirmation of certain appointments submitted by the Governor. WHITVER
SR 120 A resolution deferring action on the confirmation of certain appointments. WHITVER
SR 121 A resolution honoring Senator Amanda Ragan for her service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 122 A resolution honoring Senator Craig Williams for his service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 123 A resolution honoring Senator Roby Smith for his service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 124 A resolution honoring the responders to the March 7, 2022, East High School shooting. BOULTON
SJR 1 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right of the people to keep and bear arms.(See SJR 7.) HJR 4, SJR 7 ZAUN
SJR 2 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa to protect life by declaring that the Constitution of the State of Iowa shall not be construed to recognize, grant, or secure a right to abortion or to require the public funding of abortion. HJR 5 CHAPMAN, J. TAYLOR, CARLIN, R. SMITH, REICHMAN, GREEN, JOHNSON, DAWSON, GOODWIN, BROWN, WHITING, KOELKER, COURNOYER, GUTH, GARRETT, COSTELLO, ROZENBOOM, ZAUN, SCHULTZ, SHIPLEY, SWEENEY, EDLER, SINCLAIR, DRISCOLL, KLIMESH, KRAAYENBRINK, LOFGREN, NUNN and WILLIAMS
SJR 3 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa limiting terms of service for members of the general assembly. HJR 6 WHITING, J. TAYLOR, DAWSON, LOFGREN, ROZENBOOM, SHIPLEY and ZAUN
SJR 4 A joint resolution requesting the call of a convention for the purpose of proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to term limits for federal legislators. SJR 11 HJR 2002 WHITING, DAWSON, LOFGREN, GUTH, ROZENBOOM, SHIPLEY, ZAUN and KLIMESH
SJR 5 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to restricting certain individual income tax changes. SJR 2006 CARLIN
SJR 6 A joint resolution designating the channel catfish as the official state fish for the state of Iowa. BOULTON and REICHMAN
SJR 7 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right of the people to keep and bear arms. (Formerly SJR 1.) SJR 1, HJR 4 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SJR 8 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, and limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and requesting Congress to similarly propose such amendments. HJR 9 SJR 12, SJR 2002, HJR 2003, SJR 2004 ZAUN
SJR 9 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the qualifications of electors. (Formerly SSB 1083.) HJR 7 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SJR 10 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the rights of a crime victim. WHITING
SJR 11 A joint resolution requesting the call of a convention for the purpose of proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States limiting the number of terms of office that may be served by federal legislators. SJR 4 HJR 2002 WHITING
SJR 12 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and impose limits on the number of terms that a person may serve in Congress, and requesting Congress to similarly propose such amendments. SJR 8, HJR 9, SJR 2002, HJR 2003, SJR 2004 WHITING, ZAUN, DAWSON, SHIPLEY and GUTH
SJR 13 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right of any resident of Iowa under the age of nineteen to receive a free, competent, and comprehensive public school education. QUIRMBACH, MATHIS, J. SMITH, PETERSEN, BISIGNANO, BOLKCOM and DOTZLER
SJR 14 A joint resolution recognizing the fossil crinoid as the state fossil. DOTZLER, BOULTON, RAGAN, GIDDENS, TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM, T. TAYLOR and BOLKCOM
SJR 15 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the gubernatorial line of succession.(Formerly SSB 1211.) HJR 2005 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SJR 16 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa providing that hunting, trapping, fishing, and the taking of game and fish are a valued part of our heritage.(Formerly SSB 1218.) HJR 8 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SJR 2001 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to medical freedom. CARLIN
SJR 2002 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and impose term limits on federal officials and members of Congress.(See SJR 2004.) HJR 2003 SJR 8, HJR 9, SJR 12, SJR 2004 GREEN, ZAUN, LOFGREN and GUTH
SJR 2003 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to cannabis. HJR 2006 BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, TRONE GARRIOTT, DOTZLER, LYKAM, JOCHUM, WAHLS, CELSI and J. SMITH
SJR 2004 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and impose term limits on federal officials and members of Congress.(Formerly SJR 2002.) SJR 8, HJR 9, SJR 12, SJR 2002, HJR 2003 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SJR 2005 A joint resolution designating the American cream draft horse as the official state horse of the State of Iowa. SWEENEY
SJR 2006 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa requiring a two-thirds majority vote for certain state tax law changes.(Formerly SSB 3064.) SJR 5 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
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. ZAUN
SF 2 A bill for an act establishing a limitation on the amount of administrative costs for school districts. ZAUN
SF 3 A bill for an act establishing an interim study committee relating to child welfare. ZAUN
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. ZAUN
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. ZAUN
SF 6 A bill for an act relating to officer disciplinary actions.(See SF 342.) SF 179, SF 342, HF 698 ZAUN
SF 7 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees and making penalties applicable. SF 362, HF 724 ZAUN
SF 8 A bill for an act establishing daylight saving time as the official time in this state throughout the year.(See SF 335.) HF 2105, HF 2144, HF 2331 SF 335 ZAUN
SF 9 A bill for an act relating to professional standards for the certification or designation of music therapists and providing penalties. HF 285 ROZENBOOM
SF 10 A bill for an act relating to real estate transfer tax moneys transferred to the housing trust fund. SF 612 LOFGREN
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. LOFGREN
SF 12 A bill for an act relating to approval procedures for claims for the military service property tax exemption and including applicability provisions. LOFGREN
SF 13 A bill for an act concerning the display of the POW/MIA flag on public buildings. ZAUN
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. LOFGREN
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. HF 82, SF 120 ZAUN
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. HF 888 ZAUN
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. ZAUN
SF 18 A bill for an act relating to scrap metal transactions involving catalytic converters and making penalties applicable. BOLKCOM
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. BOLKCOM
SF 20 A bill for an act relating to the frequency of card game tournaments conducted by organizations representing veterans.(See SSB 1143, SF 510.) SF 21, SF 510 BOLKCOM
SF 21 A bill for an act relating to the timing of card game tournaments conducted by organizations representing veterans. SF 20, SF 510 BOLKCOM
SF 22 A bill for an act requiring the testing of water supplies for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances by public water supply systems. BOLKCOM
SF 23 A bill for an act relating to the collection, compiling, and publishing of employer information from adult Medicaid applicants and recipients. BOLKCOM
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. BOLKCOM
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. BOLKCOM
SF 26 A bill for an act relating to the electronic recording of a custodial interrogation in a criminal or juvenile case. BOLKCOM
SF 27 A bill for an act limiting the amount of research activities tax credit that is refundable and including retroactive applicability provisions. BOLKCOM
SF 28 A bill for an act relating to combined charitable campaign programs administered by certain public employers. BOLKCOM
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.(See SF 539.) SF 539 DAWSON
SF 30 A bill for an act relating to the carrying of weapons by certain individuals involved with law enforcement.(See SF 174.) SF 174 DAWSON
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 348 HF 834, HF 836 DAWSON
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. PETERSEN
SF 33 A bill for an act extending the limitations of certain criminal actions committed on or with minors, and providing penalties. HF 566 PETERSEN
SF 34 A bill for an act relating to the provision of period products. SF 2020 PETERSEN
SF 35 A bill for an act relating to maternal and child health. PETERSEN
SF 36 A bill for an act exempting the sale of period products and diapers from the sales tax. SF 213, HF 2196 PETERSEN
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 95, SF 195 ZAUN
SF 38 A bill for an act requiring the installation and maintenance of adult changing stations at highway rest areas. HF 33, HF 492 ZAUN
SF 39 A bill for an act relating to lifetime hunting and fishing licenses available for certain disabled veterans. SF 40, SF 2076 ZAUN
SF 40 A bill for an act relating to hunting and fishing privileges for certain disabled veterans. SF 39, SF 2076 ZAUN
SF 41 A bill for an act prohibiting tenure systems at public postsecondary educational institutions, and including applicability provisions. HF 49, HF 496 ZAUN
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. HF 51 ZAUN
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 226 SF 363 DAWSON
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 171 KINNEY
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 241 KINNEY
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 2141.) HF 75 HF 392, SF 330, HF 2129, SF 2141 LOFGREN and WHITING
SF 47 A bill for an act relating to lighted lamps on bicycles, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. WHITING
SF 48 A bill for an act relating to golf cart operator exemptions from the state driver’s licensing requirements, and making penalties applicable. HF 30 WHITING
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. HF 279 WHITING
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. WHITING
SF 51 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a public defender or designee requests copies of certain documents.(See SF 560, SF 593.) HF 57, SF 560 HF 545, HF 842, SF 593 WHITING
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. JOCHUM
SF 53 A bill for an act relating to the electronic delivery of ballots to persons with certain physical disabilities. HF 322 HF 2075, HF 2426 JOCHUM
SF 54 A bill for an act relating to requirements for licensees under the purview of the dental board relating to orthodontia services. HF 685, SF 543 JOCHUM
SF 55 A bill for an act relating to standards for carbon monoxide protection and making penalties applicable. SHIPLEY
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. ZAUN
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 2186 BISIGNANO
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. HOGG and MATHIS
SF 59 A bill for an act prohibiting public and accredited nonpublic schools from scheduling school activities during presidential precinct caucuses. KINNEY
SF 60 A bill for an act relating to the transfer between trusts for persons with disabilities.(See SSB 1228, SF 527.) HF 595 RAGAN
SF 61 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid program improvements, providing an appropriation, and including effective date provisions. SF 2066 MATHIS and RAGAN
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. HF 138 SF 2017, SF 2077 MATHIS
SF 63 A bill for an act relating to the determination of conditions for pretrial release of a defendant. MATHIS
SF 64 A bill for an act establishing a rural teacher shortage area loan forgiveness program and fund. MATHIS
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 2074 MATHIS
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. JOCHUM
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 233 COURNOYER
SF 68 A bill for an act relating to the overtaking and passing of bicycles by motor vehicles, and making penalties applicable. COURNOYER
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 493 DAWSON
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. HF 2015, SF 2155, HF 2368 COURNOYER
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 331, HF 654 COURNOYER
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 333, HF 721 COURNOYER
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 260 COURNOYER
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. LOFGREN
SF 75 A bill for an act relating to the interception of communications and civil damages, civil and criminal immunity, and injunctive relief. KINNEY
SF 76 A bill for an act extending the limitation of certain criminal actions committed on or with minors. HF 449 KINNEY
SF 77 A bill for an act abolishing county compensation boards. HF 125 ZAUN
SF 78 A bill for an act adopting the psychology interjurisdictional compact. ZAUN
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 231 HF 387 ZUMBACH
SF 80 A bill for an act relating to actions taken by school districts concerning student pronoun preference. SINCLAIR
SF 81 A bill for an act relating to a pilot program to allow Medicaid members to participate in direct primary care agreements. GARRETT
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.) HF 271 GARRETT, COSTELLO, ROZENBOOM, ZAUN, SCHULTZ, JOHNSON, SWEENEY, EDLER, GUTH, REICHMAN, CARLIN, DAWSON, GREEN and WHITING
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 407 BOLKCOM
SF 84 A bill for an act relating to the employment of unauthorized aliens and providing penalties.(See SF 339.) SF 339 GARRETT, COSTELLO, ROZENBOOM, ZAUN, SCHULTZ, SHIPLEY, JOHNSON, SWEENEY, EDLER, GUTH, SINCLAIR, COURNOYER, REICHMAN, CARLIN, DAWSON, WHITING and GREEN
SF 85 A bill for an act providing for the protection of rabbits from mistreatment, and making penalties applicable. SINCLAIR
SF 86 A bill for an act authorizing savings promotion drawings under specified conditions, and making penalties applicable. HF 359 HF 2329 ZAUN
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. WHITING
SF 88 A bill for an act relating to the definition of nonprofit organization for purposes of the state unemployment insurance program. SCHULTZ
SF 89 A bill for an act requiring cursive instruction for students enrolled in public elementary schools.(See SF 2351.) SF 2351 CARLIN, WHITING, SHIPLEY, KLIMESH, GREEN and DRISCOLL
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 265 BISIGNANO
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. COSTELLO
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. ZAUN
SF 93 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of veteran disability dependent benefits in the determination of a child support obligation. ZAUN
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.(See SF 575.) HF 255, HF 588, SF 575 ZAUN
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 37, SF 195 ZAUN
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. ZAUN
SF 97 A bill for an act relating to low-speed electric bicycles, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including applicability provisions. HF 493 LOFGREN, KOELKER and COURNOYER
SF 98 A bill for an act requiring approved driver education courses to include instruction concerning distracted driving.(See SF 317.) HF 380, SF 317 LOFGREN
SF 99 A bill for an act relating to consumer fireworks. LOFGREN
SF 100 A bill for an act relating to the creation of land banks.(See SF 590.) SF 590 LOFGREN and DAWSON
SF 101 A bill for an act establishing an annual vehicle registration surcharge and appropriating the resulting revenue for certain expenses of the state patrol. SHIPLEY
SF 102 A bill for an act relating to the classification and reclassification of certain secondary roads, and including applicability provisions.(See SF 234.) SF 234 SINCLAIR
SF 103 A bill for an act relating to seizure disorders and establishing certain requirements for school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, and the department of education. HF 167 HF 795 COURNOYER
SF 104 A bill for an act relating to courses of study and training programs of the Iowa law enforcement academy and veterans educational assistance benefits, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 387.) SF 387 COURNOYER
SF 105 A bill for an act establishing the criminal offense of sexual exploitation of a student with a disability by an employee of a community college and providing penalties. BROWN
SF 106 A bill for an act relating to the examination and transportation of dead bodies, including associated fees and costs.(See SF 307.) SF 307, HF 525 BROWN and SINCLAIR
SF 107 A bill for an act relating to the removal, transfer, and transportation of human remains by an unlicensed employee or agent of a funeral director.(See SF 410.) SF 410 DAWSON
SF 108 A bill for an act relating to required considerations by a county compensation board. SF 2283, HF 2430 DAWSON
SF 109 A bill for an act modifying the sales and use tax exemption for the sale of certain component parts attached to or services performed on aircraft. SF 150 WHITING
SF 110 A bill for an act relating to the repeal of the state inheritance tax and the state qualified use inheritance tax.(Formerly SSB 1026.) HF 48 HF 841 EDLER
SF 111 A bill for an act providing for the reinstatement of parental rights of a former parent under certain circumstances.(See SF 515.) SF 515 EDLER
SF 112 A bill for an act relating to the property tax exemption for forest reservations and fruit-tree reservations and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions.(See SF 352.) SF 352 ROZENBOOM and SINCLAIR
SF 113 A bill for an act relating to the eligibility of cities to receive funding assistance to address abandoned buildings.(See SF 443.) SF 443 ROZENBOOM
SF 114 A bill for an act establishing a minimum age and training requirements for attendants who control amusement rides, and making penalties applicable. HF 92, HF 558 NUNN and WHITING
SF 115 A bill for an act relating to requesting and returning absentee ballots. NUNN and WILLIAMS
SF 116 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for prescription drugs used in the treatment of metastatic cancer and associated conditions, and including applicability provisions. HF 873, SF 2165 SWEENEY
SF 117 A bill for an act establishing authority for school districts to impose additional property taxes and income surtaxes for certain school resource officer expenses under the instructional support program.(See SF 258.) SF 258 LOFGREN
SF 118 A bill for an act exempting from the individual income tax the value of charity medical care provided by a physician to certain patients in this state and including applicability provisions. ZAUN
SF 119 A bill for an act relating to the child and dependent care and early childhood development tax credits, and including applicability provisions. HF 1, HF 230 CARLIN
SF 120 A bill for an act establishing a homestead adjustment property tax credit for certain property of persons who have attained the age of sixty-five or who are totally disabled, applying income limitations, providing a penalty, making appropriations, and including retroactive and other applicability provisions. SF 15, HF 82 CARLIN
SF 121 A bill for an act excluding from the computation of net income for purposes of the individual income tax the unreimbursed cost of prescribed drugs or insulin of certain taxpayers at least sixty-five years of age, and including applicability provisions. SF 2105 CARLIN
SF 122 A bill for an act relating to the construction of child care facilities by providing developers with sales and use tax refunds and income, franchise, moneys and credits, and gross premiums tax credits, providing for a fee, and including applicability provisions. HF 2, HF 362, HF 712 CARLIN
SF 123 A bill for an act providing businesses with income, franchise, moneys and credits, and gross premiums tax credits for providing child care benefits to employees of the business, and including applicability date provisions. HF 4 HF 370 CARLIN
SF 124 A bill for an act exempting homestead property owned by certain elderly persons from specified school property tax levies and including applicability provisions. SF 2059 CARLIN
SF 125 A bill for an act relating to immunization information requested on a medical examiner investigation form. HF 631, SF 2124 CARLIN
SF 126 A bill for an act relating to the penalties for defendants who aid and abet the commission of murder in the first degree. SF 2034, SF 2109 CARLIN
SF 127 A bill for an act establishing an education savings grant program for certain pupils attending a nonpublic school, establishing an education savings grant fund, providing an income tax exemption, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. SF 128 CARLIN
SF 128 A bill for an act establishing an education savings grant program for certain pupils attending a nonpublic school, establishing an education savings grant fund, providing an income tax exemption, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. SF 127 CARLIN
SF 129 A bill for an act relating to specialty areas, service commitment area distance requirements, and practice-related requirements under the rural Iowa primary care loan repayment program. (Formerly SSB 1042.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 130 A bill for an act relating to a temporary exception to a limitation on compensation for a member of a board of directors of a school corporation, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1041.) Effective date: 03/08/2021. HF 497 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 131 A bill for an act relating to funding amounts for the statewide preschool program and including effective date and applicability provisions. SF 2149 QUIRMBACH
SF 132 A bill for an act relating to the determination of preschool budget enrollment for the budget year beginning July 1, 2021, and including effective date provisions. QUIRMBACH
SF 133 A bill for an act allowing counties to enter into agreements to jointly appoint a county assessor.(See SF 384.) SF 384 KLIMESH
SF 134 A bill for an act concerning county supervisor representation plans, and including effective date provisions. HF 218 EDLER
SF 135 A bill for an act relating to landlord notification of delinquency notices sent by utilities and landlords’ ability to use security deposits to satisfy delinquent utility accounts.(See SF 552.) SF 552 EDLER
SF 136 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for diagnostic breast cancer examinations, and including applicability provisions. HF 874, SF 2164 SWEENEY
SF 137 A bill for an act relating to a family leave and medical leave insurance program that provides for paid, job-protected leave for certain family leave and medical leave reasons for eligible employees of specified employers. BOULTON, GIDDENS, BOLKCOM, BISIGNANO, TRONE GARRIOTT, MATHIS, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, PETERSEN, J. SMITH, RAGAN, DOTZLER and WAHLS
SF 138 A bill for an act relating to the rights of employees infected with COVID-19 under the state workers’ compensation program. BOULTON, GIDDENS, BOLKCOM, BISIGNANO, TRONE GARRIOTT, MATHIS, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, HOGG, PETERSEN, J. SMITH, RAGAN, WAHLS and DOTZLER
SF 139 A bill for an act relating to wage discrimination under the Iowa civil rights Act of 1965, making penalties applicable, and establishing an equal pay task force. HF 188 BOULTON, GIDDENS, BOLKCOM, BISIGNANO, TRONE GARRIOTT, MATHIS, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, PETERSEN, J. SMITH, WAHLS, RAGAN and DOTZLER
SF 140 A bill for an act relating to replacement of prosthetic devices under the workers’ compensation program. BOULTON
SF 141 A bill for an act concerning employment matters involving public employees including collective bargaining, educator employment matters, and city civil service requirements, and including effective date, applicability, and transition provisions. HF 179 BOULTON, GIDDENS, BOLKCOM, BISIGNANO, TRONE GARRIOTT, MATHIS, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, PETERSEN, J. SMITH, RAGAN, WAHLS and DOTZLER
SF 142 A bill for an act relating to competitive bidding requirements for construction by a private party of property to be lease-purchased by certain government entities and including effective date and applicability provisions. BOULTON
SF 143 A bill for an act prohibiting a county or city from adopting, enforcing, or administering legislation specific to a dog breed. HF 59, HF 2211 COURNOYER
SF 144 A bill for an act relating to the frequency of game nights conducted by licensed qualified organizations. HF 79, HF 311 GREEN
SF 145 A bill for an act relating to the payment of dependent care expenses from campaign funds and making penalties applicable. PETERSEN
SF 146 A bill for an act relating to provision of the state family planning network under the Medicaid program, and including effective date and repeal provisions. PETERSEN, MATHIS, RAGAN, WAHLS, J. SMITH, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, TRONE GARRIOTT, DOTZLER, BOULTON, CELSI, T. TAYLOR, BOLKCOM and HOGG
SF 147 A bill for an act relating to the electronic benefits transfer program allowing eligible recipients limited use of food assistance benefits at restaurants, and making appropriations. HOGG
SF 148 A bill for an act requiring a person who places a child of compulsory attendance age under independent private instruction or private instruction to file a report with the school district of residence if the governor proclaims a public health disaster emergency for the county. HOGG
SF 149 A bill for an act relating to state taxes by eliminating the individual income tax, increasing the sales and use tax rates, making conforming changes, and including effective date and applicability provisions. ZAUN
SF 150 A bill for an act modifying the sales and use tax exemption for the sale of certain component parts attached to or services performed on aircraft. SF 109 SWEENEY
SF 151 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a cold case investigation unit within the department of public safety.(See SF 561.) HF 63, SF 561 HF 312, SF 2103, SF 2234 J. TAYLOR
SF 152 A bill for an act repealing the declaration that the English language is the official language of the state of Iowa. HF 72 PETERSEN
SF 153 A bill for an act relating to food banks, making an appropriation, and including effective and applicability dates. HOGG
SF 154 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement of hospitals for days awaiting placement through private insurance and the Medicaid program. MATHIS, RAGAN, KINNEY, J. SMITH, CELSI, GIDDENS, TRONE GARRIOTT, BOULTON and QUIRMBACH
SF 155 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid postpartum coverage. MATHIS and RAGAN
SF 156 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. SWEENEY
SF 157 A bill for an act relating to community action agencies, making an appropriation, and including effective and applicability date provisions. J. SMITH, TRONE GARRIOTT, RAGAN, GIDDENS, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, WAHLS and MATHIS
SF 158 A bill for an act restricting the state transportation commission from allocating certain primary road fund moneys to counties and cities unless the applicable projects comply with federal buy America requirements. BOULTON, GIDDENS, BOLKCOM, BISIGNANO, TRONE GARRIOTT, MATHIS, JOCHUM, HOGG, PETERSEN, J. SMITH, KINNEY, RAGAN, WAHLS and DOTZLER
SF 159 A bill for an act relating to educational offerings and funding by establishing a student first scholarship program for certain pupils attending nonpublic schools, establishing a student first scholarship fund, providing an income tax exemption, modifying and establishing charter school programs, modifying provisions governing the state’s open enrollment law including voluntary diversity plans, modifying the tuition and textbook tax credit, providing for the educator expense deduction, modifying provisions related to education data collection and permissible education programs and funding, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1065.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 160 A bill for an act relating to temporary in-person and remote learning instruction and instructional time requirements for school districts and accredited nonpublic schools, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1064.) Effective date: 01/29/2021. HF 103, HF 229 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 161 A bill for an act relating to the health and long-term services and supports workforce, including the establishment of a centralized direct care workforce database and a consumer public portal. JOCHUM
SF 162 A bill for an act relating to protests of assessments for commercial and industrial property filed with the local board of review and including applicability provisions. LOFGREN
SF 163 A bill for an act relating to continuing education requirements for persons holding certain professional and occupational licenses.(See SF 354.) SF 354 BROWN
SF 164 A bill for an act relating to the practice of barbering and cosmetology arts and sciences and providing transition provisions.(See SF 540.) SF 540, SF 2209 WHITING
SF 165 A bill for an act relating to health care benefits coverage for specified pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders.(See SSB 1200.) BOULTON and SWEENEY
SF 166 A bill for an act relating to dental provider reimbursement under the dental wellness plan. JOCHUM, RAGAN, KINNEY, J. SMITH, CELSI, GIDDENS, MATHIS, TRONE GARRIOTT and BOULTON
SF 167 A bill for an act relating to instruction relating to gender identity in the curriculum provided to students enrolled in elementary education programs. SF 2024 CARLIN, SCHULTZ, J. TAYLOR, JOHNSON, KLIMESH, SINCLAIR, ROZENBOOM and SHIPLEY
SF 168 A bill for an act relating to health services, special education support, and related services provided to children attending nonpublic schools.(See SF 2197.) SF 2197 KOELKER and COURNOYER
SF 169 A bill for an act relating to promotional play receipts, gambling games, and sports wagering.(Formerly SSB 1027.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 170 A bill for an act relating to the crime of disorderly conduct and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 1001.) HF 232 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 171 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.(Formerly SF 44.) SF 44 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 172 A bill for an act relating to the definition of sex act or sexual activity for purposes of the Iowa criminal code. (Formerly SSB 1013.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 281 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 173 A bill for an act relating to trusts, including requirements for certifications of trust and the general order of abatement. (Formerly SSB 1012.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 291 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 174 A bill for an act relating to the carrying of weapons by certain individuals involved with law enforcement.(Formerly SF 30.) SF 30 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 175 A bill for an act relating to the use of moneys in the Iowa economic emergency fund, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 584.) SF 584 GARRETT
SF 176 A bill for an act permitting businesses’ new onsite daycare facilities or businesses’ expansion of existing onsite daycare facilities to qualify as projects under the high quality jobs program, and making penalties applicable. HF 3 HF 363, HF 606, SF 2055 CARLIN
SF 177 A bill for an act relating to the state child care assistance eligibility requirements and provider reimbursement rates. HF 505 SF 2009 RAGAN, MATHIS, BOLKCOM, JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT, CELSI, PETERSEN, BOULTON, LYKAM, GIDDENS, BISIGNANO, HOGG, QUIRMBACH, J. SMITH, DOTZLER, WAHLS, KINNEY and T. TAYLOR
SF 178 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. HF 372, HF 656, SF 2016, HF 2199 CARLIN
SF 179 A bill for an act relating to officer disciplinary actions. SF 6, SF 342, HF 698 NUNN
SF 180 A bill for an act relating to the appointment of a guardian ad litem, a child custody investigator or child and family reporter, or an attorney for certain child custody and visitation matters, and a guardian ad litem for certain child prosecution witnesses.(Formerly SSB 1008.) HF 361 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 181 A bill for an act relating to the home ownership assistance program, and making an appropriation.(Formerly SSB 1044.) HF 2293 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 182 A bill for an act relating to the military code and duty performed by a member of the United States coast guard.(Formerly SSB 1043.) HF 200 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 183 A bill for an act relating to a construction manager-at-risk commercial construction alternative delivery method and prohibiting certain other alternative delivery methods in the public sector and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1018.) Effective date: Enactment, 07/01/2022. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 184 A bill for an act repealing the state interagency Missouri river authority.(Formerly SSB 1020.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 185 A bill for an act repealing the Missouri river preservation and land use authority, and including transition provisions. (Formerly SSB 1021.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 186 A bill for an act making an appropriation to the department of workforce development for deposit in the Iowa employer innovation fund and requiring a transfer of a portion of the moneys to the Iowa child care challenge fund. MATHIS, WAHLS, GIDDENS, RAGAN, LYKAM, BOULTON, T. TAYLOR, JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT and J. SMITH
SF 187 A bill for an act eliminating appeals in claims for unemployment benefits to the employment appeal board and including applicability provisions. SCHULTZ
SF 188 A bill for an act relating to law enforcement profiling by standardizing collection and centralizing the compilation and reporting of officer stop and compliance data, providing for officer training, creating a community policing advisory board, providing for penalties and remedies, and including effective date provisions. HF 130 HF 356 BOLKCOM
SF 189 A bill for an act relating to funding for the statewide preschool program for four-year-old children and including effective date and applicability provisions. MATHIS
SF 190 A bill for an act relating to long-term services and supports provided under the Medicaid program, and including effective date provisions. HF 2512 JOCHUM, T. TAYLOR, DOTZLER, GIDDENS, RAGAN, WAHLS, BOULTON, TRONE GARRIOTT, BISIGNANO, KINNEY, CELSI, BOLKCOM, QUIRMBACH and LYKAM
SF 191 A bill for an act relating to veterans benefits by modifying provisions relating to the filing date for the disabled veteran homestead property tax credit and including effective date provisions. SF 263, SF 591, HF 2076 KOELKER
SF 192 A bill for an act creating a line of duty reimbursement for COVID-19 pandemic-related health care costs of qualified volunteer emergency services providers, providing an appropriation, and providing effective and applicability dates. NUNN
SF 193 A bill for an act relating to requirements and prohibitions relating to vaccines and immunizations, and providing civil remedies.(See SF 555.) HF 330, SF 555 GUTH, JOHNSON, SCHULTZ, WHITING and CARLIN
SF 194 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle window tint, including an application process for approved window tint status, making appropriations, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 332.) HF 531 SF 332 EDLER
SF 195 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 37, SF 95 ZAUN
SF 196 A bill for an act relating to state deductibility of federal paycheck protection program loan forgiveness. SF 364 ZAUN
SF 197 A bill for an act establishing the sexual assault nurse forensic examiner program. WHITING
SF 198 A bill for an act requiring the state transportation commission to prioritize the improvement of United States highway 30. COURNOYER
SF 199 A bill for an act relating to the protection and improvement of public health, and making an appropriation. RAGAN, MATHIS, JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, DOTZLER, BOLKCOM, J. SMITH, CELSI, PETERSEN, T. TAYLOR, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, KINNEY, LYKAM, QUIRMBACH, HOGG and WAHLS
SF 200 A bill for an act relating to the office of the long-term care ombudsman, and making an appropriation. HF 474 RAGAN, JOCHUM, BOLKCOM, MATHIS, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT, DOTZLER, GIDDENS, J. SMITH, WAHLS, PETERSEN, T. TAYLOR, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, KINNEY, LYKAM, QUIRMBACH and HOGG
SF 201 A bill for an act establishing a home modification grant program within the department on aging, and providing an appropriation. RAGAN, QUIRMBACH, JOCHUM, BOLKCOM, MATHIS, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT, DOTZLER, GIDDENS, J. SMITH, WAHLS, PETERSEN, T. TAYLOR, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, KINNEY, LYKAM and HOGG
SF 202 A bill for an act relating to older individuals and dependent adults and creating certain criminal offenses and civil actions, and providing penalties. (See SF 522.) HF 353 SF 522 RAGAN, QUIRMBACH, JOCHUM, BOLKCOM, MATHIS, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT, DOTZLER, GIDDENS, J. SMITH, WAHLS, PETERSEN, T. TAYLOR, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, KINNEY, LYKAM and HOGG
SF 203 A bill for an act requiring the use of inventory checklists upon commencement of a residential tenancy and including applicability provisions. HF 534 HF 443, HF 676, HF 2471 BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, GIDDENS, WAHLS, TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM and DOTZLER
SF 204 A bill for an act relating to the criminal offense of manufacturing, delivering, selling, or possessing drug paraphernalia by exempting hypodermic needles or syringes delivered, sold, or possessed through an approved needle exchange program. BOLKCOM, BOULTON, RAGAN, PETERSEN, GIDDENS, WAHLS, TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM, DOTZLER and BISIGNANO
SF 205 A bill for an act relating to wage payment collection issues arising between employers and employees, providing penalties and remedies, and including effective date provisions. HF 634 HF 180 BOLKCOM, BOULTON, RAGAN, GIDDENS, WAHLS, TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM, T. TAYLOR, DOTZLER and BISIGNANO
SF 206 A bill for an act relating to delayed deposit services by limiting the annual percentage rate for fees, requiring a delayed deposit repayment option in certain circumstances, and making penalties applicable. BOLKCOM, BOULTON, RAGAN, GIDDENS, WAHLS, TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM and DOTZLER
SF 207 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a task force regarding climate adaptability and resiliency. HF 2455 BOLKCOM, HOGG, JOCHUM, GIDDENS, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT and PETERSEN
SF 208 A bill for an act relating to water bottle filling stations and lead testing in school districts. HF 569 BOLKCOM, JOCHUM, GIDDENS, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT and PETERSEN
SF 209 A bill for an act relating to the use of moneys in the grants to counties program for lead and copper testing in water supply systems. HF 504 BOLKCOM, JOCHUM, GIDDENS, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT and PETERSEN
SF 210 A bill for an act requiring minors to wear helmets while riding motorcycles and motorized bicycles, and providing penalties. BOLKCOM, GIDDENS, WAHLS, TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM and HOGG
SF 211 A bill for an act relating to the use of an electronic communication device while driving, and making penalties applicable. HF 74 BOLKCOM, GIDDENS, WAHLS, TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM, DOTZLER and BISIGNANO
SF 212 A bill for an act creating the our care, our options Act, and providing penalties. HF 475 BOLKCOM, TRONE GARRIOTT, DOTZLER and CELSI
SF 213 A bill for an act exempting the sale of feminine hygiene products and diapers from the sales tax. SF 36, HF 2196 BOLKCOM, BOULTON, RAGAN, GIDDENS, WAHLS, TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM, T. TAYLOR and DOTZLER
SF 214 A bill for an act relating to the exclusion of certain unemployment compensation from the individual income tax, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. SF 290, HF 581, HF 817 BOLKCOM, BOULTON, JOCHUM, BISIGNANO, GIDDENS, RAGAN, HOGG, WAHLS, QUIRMBACH, LYKAM, MATHIS, TRONE GARRIOTT, CELSI, T. TAYLOR, KINNEY, J. SMITH, DOTZLER and PETERSEN
SF 215 A bill for an act relating to the solar energy system tax credit available against the individual and corporate income tax, the franchise tax, the moneys and credits tax, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 641 HF 221, HF 323, SF 2318 BOLKCOM, HOGG, JOCHUM, GIDDENS, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT and PETERSEN
SF 216 A bill for an act relating to the state building code and including effective date provisions. BOLKCOM, JOCHUM, GIDDENS, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT and PETERSEN
SF 217 A bill for an act relating to lobbying activities by former executive branch employees, and making penalties applicable. BOLKCOM
SF 218 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a person requests examination and copying of public records.(See SF 480, SF 2322.) HF 637, SF 480 HF 786, SF 2322 WHITING
SF 219 A bill for an act relating to the maximum amount of property taxes due or rent constituting property taxes paid that may be considered in calculating the elderly and disabled property tax credit or rent reimbursement and including applicability provisions. WHITING
SF 220 A bill for an act relating to a hawk-i program purchase option, and including effective date and contingent implementation provisions. PETERSEN
SF 221 A bill for an act relating to sexual harassment in employment and working relationships, and including effective date provisions. PETERSEN
SF 222 A bill for an act relating to school district and area education agency enrollments and school district weighting for the budget year beginning July 1, 2021, and including effective date provisions. HF 266 QUIRMBACH
SF 223 A bill for an act relating to school funding by modifying provisions relating to preschool programs, enrollment, and supplementary weighting and including effective date and applicability provisions. QUIRMBACH
SF 224 A bill for an act prohibiting persons from entering single and multiple occupancy toilet facilities in elementary and secondary schools that do not correspond with the person’s biological sex. SF 2025 CARLIN
SF 225 A bill for an act relating to the acquisition of title of abandoned property in the unincorporated area of a county. SF 426, SF 554 RAGAN and J. SMITH
SF 226 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of certain tobacco and hemp-related products, and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 43; See SF 363.) SF 43 SF 363 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 227 A bill for an act providing for a monument to Martin Treptow on the capitol complex grounds.(See SF 418.) HF 511, SF 418 CHAPMAN
SF 228 A bill for an act requiring the electronic publication of certain public notices by governmental bodies and officers and including effective date provisions. HF 600 LOFGREN
SF 229 A bill for an act relating to service charges on consumer credit transactions.(Formerly SSB 1048.) HF 235 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 230 A bill for an act relating to wrecked or salvage motor vehicles. (Formerly SSB 1028.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 381 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 231 A bill for an act regarding driving privileges of persons issued a special minor’s driver’s license, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 79.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. SF 79 HF 387 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 232 A bill for an act relating to notice and reclamation requirements for abandoned vehicles taken into custody by a police authority or private entity. (Formerly SSB 1025.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 650 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 233 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.(Formerly SF 67.) SF 67 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 234 A bill for an act relating to the classification and reclassification of certain secondary roads, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 102.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. Applicability date: 01/01/2022. SF 102 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 235 A bill for an act relating to the denial and contest of probate claims. (Formerly SSB 1037.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 587 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 236 A bill for an act relating to documentation required to be carried in a motor vehicle, including vehicle registration cards and proof of financial liability coverage cards, and including effective date provisions. ZUMBACH
SF 237 A bill for an act relating to department of transportation employees designated as peace officers. ZUMBACH
SF 238 A bill for an act relating to the employment rights of public school employees and officials relating to student exercise of free expression in public schools and providing remedies. HF 509 MATHIS
SF 239 A bill for an act relating to proper parties in causes of actions following the death of persons entitled or liable to such causes of actions and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1009.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. Applicability date: 07/01/2021. HF 366 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 240 A bill for an act relating to the creation, administration, and termination of custodial trusts. (Formerly SSB 1016.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 295 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 241 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.(Formerly SF 45.) SF 45 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 242 A bill for an act relating to a special sentence for sexual abuse committed during a burglary.(Formerly SSB 1010.) HF 231 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 243 A bill for an act relating to public safety including the crimes of failure to assist, abuse of a corpse, and interference with official acts, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 1054.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 244 A bill for an act relating to the calculation of certain court costs in probate matters, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1011.) HF 360, HF 711 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 245 A bill for an act relating to compensation of college athletes and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See SF 386.) SF 386, HF 671 BOULTON and ZAUN
SF 246 A bill for an act relating to certain civil and criminal enforcement activities involving the practice of massage therapy and cosmetology, and human trafficking, and providing penalties.(See SF 388.) SF 388 HF 452 COURNOYER
SF 247 A bill for an act relating to certain billiard or pool tournaments and providing penalties. BOLKCOM
SF 248 A bill for an act relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion as components of Iowa’s approved practitioner preparation programs, twenty-first century learning skills, Iowa teaching standards, administrator standards and criteria, and teacher licensure renewal requirements. BOLKCOM
SF 249 A bill for an act relating to 911 emergency telephone service, including how funds deposited in a 911 service fund may be used, the costs associated with providing 911 service, and access to the next generation 911 network.(See SF 538.) HF 407 SF 538 EDLER
SF 250 A bill for an act creating the restroom emergency access Act, and providing civil penalties. HF 508 HF 422 ZAUN
SF 251 A bill for an act relating to the development of an actionable strategic plan to promote and support breastfeeding in the state. SF 2056 CARLIN, KOELKER, J. TAYLOR, COURNOYER and SWEENEY
SF 252 A bill for an act relating to the authority of counties and cities to regulate rental housing, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1079.) Effective date: Enactment, 04/30/2021. HF 720 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 253 A bill for an act relating to sexual abuse in the second degree and sexual abuse in the third degree. (Formerly SSB 1014.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 425 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 254 A bill for an act relating to the forfeiture of bail.(Formerly SSB 1038.) HF 424 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 255 A bill for an act relating to county commissions of veteran affairs contacting discharged veterans regarding veteran benefits.(Formerly SSB 1052.) COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 256 A bill for an act relating to the national guard of the state concerning armory board leases, persons subject to the code of military justice, criminal justice reporting, and scholarship and loan repayment programs.(Formerly SSB 1098; See SF 488.) HF 428, SF 488 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 257 A bill for an act relating to smoking by members at the Iowa veterans home.(Formerly SSB 1080.) COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 258 A bill for an act establishing authority for school districts to impose additional property taxes and income surtaxes for certain school resource officer expenses under the instructional support program.(Formerly SF 117.) SF 117 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 259 A bill for an act relating to programs for at-risk children.(Formerly SSB 1081.) HF 315 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 260 A bill for an act relating to the Medicaid reimbursement process for services provided by a receiving district to children requiring special education services. (Formerly SF 73.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. SF 73 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 261 A bill for an act authorizing the college student aid commission to organize a nonprofit corporation. (Formerly SSB 1069.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 584 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 262 A bill for an act relating to eligibility requirements for students under the senior year plus program and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1077.) HF 308 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 263 A bill for an act relating to the filing date and approval for disabled veteran homestead property tax credits and including effective date provisions.(See SF 591.) SF 191, SF 591, HF 2076 R. SMITH
SF 264 A bill for an act exempting dance school and dance studio services from the sales and use tax. HF 143, HF 158, HF 2001 R. SMITH
SF 265 A bill for an act relating to temporary parental discretion for the retention of a student at grade level.(Formerly SF 90.) SF 90 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 266 A bill for an act providing for business entities, providing for certain fees, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1056; See SF 579.) HF 681, SF 579, HF 844 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 267 A bill for an act relating to determinations of actual value of certain agricultural property based on productivity and net earning capacity. HF 395, HF 643 GOODWIN
SF 268 A bill for an act relating to human trafficking prevention training for persons seeking to renew a commercial driver’s license, and including applicability provisions. COURNOYER
SF 269 A bill for an act relating to public school funding by establishing the state percent of growth and the categorical state percent of growth for the budget year beginning July 1, 2021, modifying provisions relating to the regular program state cost per pupil, modifying provisions relating to the property tax replacement payment and the transportation equity payments, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1159.) Effective date: 02/23/2021. HF 438 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 270 A bill for an act relating to child sexual abuse and child sexual assault awareness and prevention. HF 192, HF 414 COURNOYER
SF 271 A bill for an act relating to modified supplemental amounts for at-risk, returning dropout, and dropout prevention programs. COURNOYER
SF 272 A bill for an act relating to the postsecondary education subsidy. ZAUN
SF 273 A bill for an act relating to the double up food bucks program, making a supplemental appropriation, and including effective and applicability date provisions. HF 437 TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 274 A bill for an act relating to emergency care policy and procedure requirements applicable to an ambulatory surgical center. HF 115 HF 735 ROZENBOOM
SF 275 A bill for an act relating to the licensure of ambulatory surgical centers, providing for fees to be considered repayment receipts, and providing penalties. HF 117 ROZENBOOM
SF 276 A bill for an act relating to the information to be provided by a health care provider as part of a referral of a patient to an ambulatory surgical center, and providing for licensee discipline. HF 116 HF 2248 ROZENBOOM
SF 277 A bill for an act relating to the number of children receiving child care at any one time in a child care home. HF 260 LOFGREN
SF 278 A bill for an act expanding the definition of eligible student for purposes of the future ready Iowa skilled workforce last-dollar scholarship program. SF 2129, HF 2165 QUIRMBACH
SF 279 A bill for an act relating to dialysis services provided under an Iowa comprehensive health insurance association policy, and including applicability provisions. QUIRMBACH
SF 280 A bill for an act relating to the elimination of the exemption of gaming floors from the prohibitions of the smokefree air Act. HF 530, SF 2021 QUIRMBACH
SF 281 A bill for an act relating to the adoption by executive branch agencies of standards by reference to certain publications and including effective date provisions. BROWN
SF 282 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of confinement feeding operations, including by providing for partially roofed structures and prohibiting the construction, including expansion, of structures, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. HF 440 JOCHUM, BOLKCOM, CELSI and GIDDENS
SF 283 A bill for an act establishing a graduated eligibility phase-out program for state child care assistance. HF 302 CARLIN
SF 284 A bill for an act relating to financial and regulatory matters by making appropriations for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1162.) Effective date: 02/23/2021. COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 285 A bill for an act relating to suspension of a student’s participation in the all Iowa opportunity scholarship program. (Formerly SSB 1068.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 499 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 286 A bill for an act striking certain reporting requirements related to nonprofit school organizations established by school districts.(Formerly SSB 1072.) HF 386 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 287 A bill for an act relating to the calculation of education funding for children living in certain facilities and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1071.) HF 317 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 288 A bill for an act relating to the transfer, deposit, and appropriation of moneys to the teach Iowa scholar fund from the teacher shortage forgivable loan repayment fund and the teacher shortage loan forgiveness repayment fund.(Formerly SSB 1076.) HF 371, HF 722 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 289 A bill for an act relating to the powers and duties of the boards of directors of area education agencies, school districts, and school corporations, and to the election of a director as school board president. (Formerly SSB 1133.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 622 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 290 A bill for an act relating to the exclusion of certain unemployment compensation from the individual income tax, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 817 SF 214, HF 581 BOLKCOM, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, CELSI, DOTZLER, GIDDENS, HOGG, JOCHUM, KINNEY, LYKAM, MATHIS, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, RAGAN, J. SMITH, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT and WAHLS
SF 291 A bill for an act relating to the beginning farmer tax credit program, by modifying participation and lease agreement requirements and tax credit amounts, and including effective date provisions. HF 484, SF 360, HF 694 KINNEY
SF 292 A bill for an act directing the state board of regents to conduct a survey of the political party affiliation of the employees of the institutions governed by the state board. CARLIN
SF 293 A bill for an act including transportation services as a core service domain under the regional mental health and disability services system. RAGAN
SF 294 A bill for an act relating to the duties of the child development coordinating council.(Formerly SSB 1078.) HF 388 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 295 A bill for an act relating to affordable housing, disaster housing assistance, and redevelopment tax credits by creating an Iowa housing tax credit program, modifying distribution of real estate transfer taxes, modifying workforce housing tax incentives, including a downtown loan guarantee program, creating a disaster housing recovery assistance program and an eviction prevention program, providing for a fee, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1142.) HF 582 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 296 A bill for an act relating to the practice of pharmacy, including the prescription and administration of vaccines and collaborative pharmacy practice. (Formerly SSB 1095.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 794 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 297 A bill for an act excluding from the state corporate income tax certain income of public utilities furnishing water to the public, or furnishing sanitary sewage or storm water drainage disposal to the public, and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 423 HF 607 R. SMITH
SF 298 A bill for an act relating to the siting and operation of certain wind energy conversion facilities. ZAUN
SF 299 A bill for an act relating to judicial actions and records by authorizing assistance by a small claims filing agent and modifying provisions relating to accessing protected information in court records. ZAUN
SF 300 A bill for an act relating to the definition of dependent adult abuse, and providing penalties.(See SF 450.) SF 450 DAWSON
SF 301 A bill for an act relating to the failure of a person to remain at the scene of an accident resulting in serious injury or death, and providing penalties.(See SF 449.) HF 524, SF 449 GARRETT
SF 302 A bill for an act relating to animals subject to complaints alleging mistreatment, including by providing for the inspection of premises, the removal of animals, the care of animals in custody, and the disposition of animals by court order, and providing penalties. GUTH
SF 303 A bill for an act relating to electronic transactions by permitting the use of distributed ledger technology and smart contracts.(See SSB 1207, SF 541.) SF 541, HF 799 LOFGREN
SF 304 A bill for an act relating to applicant priority and grant award amounts under the teach Iowa scholar program.(See SF 547.) SF 547, SF 2026 CARLIN and GOODWIN
SF 305 A bill for an act providing for a human trafficking task force and an annual report to the general assembly.(See SF 521.) SF 521 CARLIN
SF 306 A bill for an act exempting from the state sales tax and use tax the purchase price of tangible personal property or specified digital products sold and services furnished to a nonprofit food bank. HF 579, SF 601 CARLIN
SF 307 A bill for an act relating to the examination and transportation of dead bodies, including associated fees and costs. (Formerly SF 106.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. SF 106, HF 525 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 308 A bill for an act relating to a certificate of nonviable birth.(Formerly SSB 1062; See SF 577.) SF 577 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 309 A bill for an act relating to confidential information maintained by local government officials for certain veteran and military property tax credits and exemptions.(See SF 574.) SF 574 WHITING
SF 310 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a transitional bilingual education pilot program. CARLIN, GOODWIN, KRAAYENBRINK, DRISCOLL, GREEN, REICHMAN and COURNOYER
SF 311 A bill for an act relating to training requirements for using a dog for deer blood tracking.(See SF 457.) HF 23 HF 552, SF 457 SCHULTZ
SF 312 A bill for an act relating to employment agreements assigning rights to inventions by employees and including applicability provisions. KINNEY
SF 313 A bill for an act relating to replacement of the term visitation with the term parenting time relative to time awarded to a parent. HF 56, HF 199 KINNEY, SCHULTZ, GREEN, GUTH, WILLIAMS, ZAUN, SINCLAIR, SHIPLEY, KRAAYENBRINK, ROZENBOOM, J. TAYLOR and COURNOYER
SF 314 A bill for an act relating to approval of executive branch employee travel claims. (Formerly SSB 1119.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 529 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 315 A bill for an act relating to reporting requirements concerning the department of administrative services. (Formerly SSB 1120.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 316 A bill for an act relating to chauffeurs and exempting certain persons from the requirement to be licensed as a chauffeur.(Formerly SSB 1060.) HF 389 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 317 A bill for an act requiring approved driver education courses to include instruction concerning distracted driving.(Formerly SF 98.) SF 98, HF 380 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 318 A bill for an act authorizing the department of transportation to renew certain valid commercial driver’s licenses without examination, including by electronic renewal, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1137.) HF 280 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 319 A bill for an act relating to certain reporting dates for cities which receive road use tax fund moneys.(Formerly SSB 1091.) HF 495 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 320 A bill for an act relating to life insurance company or association cash reinvestments in repurchase agreements collateralized by securities, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1086.) HF 236 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 321 A bill for an act relating to the investment and use of funds in the veterans trust fund. (Formerly SSB 1135.) HF 2501 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 322 A bill for an act concerning a report on the effectiveness of the accountable government Act.(Formerly SSB 1045.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 323 A bill for an act relating to notification of the general assembly concerning certain state government leases and real property acquisitions.(Formerly SSB 1019.) HF 139, HF 314 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 324 A bill for an act creating a civil remedy for the disclosure of private, sexually explicit images without consent of the depicted individual.(Formerly SSB 1053.) HF 233 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 325 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa small business relief program, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions. WAHLS, GIDDENS, DOTZLER, RAGAN, QUIRMBACH, LYKAM, MATHIS, PETERSEN, BOLKCOM, J. SMITH, TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM, CELSI, HOGG, BOULTON, KINNEY, T. TAYLOR and BISIGNANO
SF 326 A bill for an act relating to eligibility for coverage under the Iowa public employees’ retirement system by certain medical students. BOLKCOM
SF 327 A bill for an act relating to claims for unemployment benefits, related waivers and reporting, and including effective date provisions. BOULTON
SF 328 A bill for an act relating to licensed health care providers for purposes of state law regarding concussion and brain injury policies for extracurricular interscholastic activities.(See SF 466.) SF 466 ZAUN
SF 329 A bill for an act creating the criminal offense of defrauding a drug or alcohol test and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 1047.) HF 283 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 330 A bill for an act relating to the use of an electronic device in a voice-activated or hands-free mode while driving, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 46; See SF 2141.) SF 46, HF 75, HF 392, HF 2129, SF 2141 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 331 A bill for an act relating to lighting devices and other equipment on snow plows and authorized emergency vehicles, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 71.) SF 71, HF 654 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 332 A bill for an act relating to the minimum standard of transparency for motor vehicle window tint, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 194.) SF 194, HF 531 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 333 A bill for an act relating to authorized emergency vehicles, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 72.) SF 72, HF 721 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 334 A bill for an act relating to matters under the purview of the Iowa lottery authority, and providing criminal penalties.(Formerly SSB 1118.) HF 429 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 335 A bill for an act establishing daylight saving time as the official time in this state throughout the year and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 8.) SF 8, HF 2105, HF 2144, HF 2331 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 336 A bill for an act relating to the blood, bone marrow, and living organ donation incentive program. (Formerly SSB 1132.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 337 A bill for an act relating to the prosecuting attorneys training coordinator and council.(Formerly SSB 1023.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 338 A bill for an act relating to the sale or lease of real estate by regulatory agency officials and employees to persons subject to the agency’s regulatory authority, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 1113.) HF 491 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 339 A bill for an act relating to the employment of unauthorized aliens and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 84.) SF 84 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 340 A bill for an act relating to the statute of limitations for recovery from injuries to a person or property from a licensed veterinarian.(Formerly SSB 1090.) HF 746 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 341 A bill for an act relating to the perfection of mechanics’ liens and mechanics’ liens remedies and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1006.) HF 561 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 342 A bill for an act relating to public records and communications in professional confidence; uniform commercial code filings; qualified immunity; peace officer health plans and workers’ compensation; certain law enforcement matters; criminal laws involving public disorder, assaults, and harassment; civil liability for certain vehicle operators; window tinting; acts on certain highways; and civil service commission examinations; providing penalties, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 6.) Effective date: Enactment, 07/01/2021. Applicability date: 01/01/2021. SF 6, SF 179, HF 698 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 343 A bill for an act relating to authorized access to certain confidential records by employees of the department of corrections, a judicial district department of correctional services, and the board of parole. (Formerly SSB 1102.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 432 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 344 A bill for an act establishing which actions may be brought against firearm and ammunition manufacturers, distributors, importers, trade associations, sellers, or dealers.(See SF 514.) SF 514 HF 621 SCHULTZ
SF 345 A bill for an act relating to amusement concessions, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 785 DAWSON
SF 346 A bill for an act relating to various matters under the purview of the insurance division of the department of commerce, providing fees, making an appropriation, and resolving inconsistencies.(Formerly SSB 1130.) HF 502, HF 838 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 347 A bill for an act relating to matters under the purview of the utilities division of the department of commerce.(Formerly SSB 1128.) HF 483 HF 693 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 348 A bill for an act relating to the opening, administration, and termination of adult and minor guardianships and conservatorships. (Formerly SF 31.) SF 31 HF 834, HF 836 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 349 A bill for an act relating to the calculation of finance charges for consumer loans pursuant to open-end credit.(Formerly SSB 1127.) HF 591 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 350 A bill for an act relating to barbering apprenticeship programs.(See SF 494.) HF 599 SF 494, HF 807 DRISCOLL
SF 351 A bill for an act establishing a surviving spouse property tax deferral program for certain persons who have attained the age of sixty-five, applying income limitations, providing a penalty, making appropriations, and including applicability provisions. SF 2058 CARLIN
SF 352 A bill for an act relating to the property tax exemption for forest reservations and fruit-tree reservations and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 112.) SF 112 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 353 A bill for an act relating to drainage and levee districts, by providing for notices to interested persons including landowners in the district, and for repairs that require a report by an engineer or soil and water conservation district conservationist. (Formerly SSB 1180.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 461, HF 624 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 354 A bill for an act relating to continuing education requirements for persons holding certain professional and occupational licenses. (Formerly SF 163.) SF 163 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 355 A bill for an act relating to fees charged to employees by employers for copies of personnel files and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1024; See SF 2196.) SF 2196 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 356 A bill for an act limiting civil liability for persons involved in agricultural tourism. (Formerly SSB 1153.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 357 A bill for an act relating to the placement of a child in detention, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1109.) Effective date: 12/18/2021. COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 358 A bill for an act relating to an exception to electronic prescribing of a prescription drug. EDLER
SF 359 A bill for an act relating to the powers and duties of the department of agriculture and land stewardship, including by providing for administration, programs, and regulations, providing fees, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 1121; See SF 578.) HF 482, HF 827, SF 578 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 360 A bill for an act relating to the beginning farmer tax credit program, by modifying participation and lease agreement requirements and tax credit amounts, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1144.) HF 484, HF 694 SF 291 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 361 A bill for an act concerning private sector employee drug testing. (Formerly SSB 1055.) HF 748 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 362 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 1030.) HF 724 SF 7 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 363 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of certain tobacco products, and providing penalties. (Formerly SF 226, SF 43.) SF 43, SF 226 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 364 A bill for an act allowing certain deductions relating to the paycheck protection program loan forgiveness, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1175.) SF 196 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 365 A bill for an act relating to property tax classifications, assessment limitations, and administration, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1085.) HF 418 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 366 A bill for an act relating to state taxation and related laws of the state including the collection of tax, tax credits, the assessment and classification of property, taxes on electricity providers, fees for registration of vehicles, sales and use tax, and the authority of the director of revenue, and providing penalties, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1122.) Effective date: Enactment, 07/01/2021. Applicability date: Enactment, 01/01/2019, 07/01/2020, 01/01/2020. COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 367 A bill for an act relating to certain financial obligations, including under the consumer credit code, and including under the criminal and juvenile justice system by modifying criminal and civil surcharges, fines, fees, costs, and court debt, providing civil penalties, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1146.) Effective date: Enactment, 01/01/2022, 07/01/2021. Applicability date: 07/15/2020. COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 368 A bill for an act relating to the redemption of and payment of refund value on beverage containers, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 470.) SF 470, SF 2122, HF 2122, SF 2378, HF 2571 ROZENBOOM
SF 369 A bill for an act relating to the established season for hunting game birds on a preserve, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 458.) SF 458, HF 747 EDLER
SF 370 A bill for an act relating to address information to be supplied by an applicant for an alcoholic liquor manufacturer’s license. EDLER
SF 371 A bill for an act relating to school district compliance with education-related laws regarding the submission of reports, and with administrative rules adopted by the state board of education and the board of educational examiners. ZAUN
SF 372 A bill for an act relating to sexual exploitation by an adult providing training or instruction, and providing penalties.(See SF 562.) SF 562 DAWSON
SF 373 A bill for an act creating a homeownership development tax credit available for charitable contributions to certain low-income housing developers in this state, and including retroactive applicability provisions. LOFGREN
SF 374 A bill for an act relating to the authority of county boards of supervisors to amend an agreement between the counties to implement the county land record information system.(Formerly SSB 1167.) HF 527 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 375 A bill for an act relating to the revocation of certain privileges upon conviction of a littering offense, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 465.) SF 465 KRAAYENBRINK
SF 376 A bill for an act establishing an agriculture climate adaptation advisory task force and providing for an agriculture climate adaptation report. BOLKCOM
SF 377 A bill for an act relating to the postfertilization age of an unborn child relative to an abortion, and making licensee discipline and civil penalties applicable. SF 2029 CARLIN
SF 378 A bill for an act relating to the requirements for authorized electronic monitoring in nursing facilities, and providing penalties. HF 268 SF 2057, HF 2205, HF 2376 CARLIN
SF 379 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement rates for Medicaid long-term services and supports providers. MATHIS
SF 380 A bill for an act providing for the establishment of a teacher recruitment and retention task force. MATHIS
SF 381 A bill for an act requiring that human growth and development instruction provided by school districts address same-sex relationships, gender identity, and contraceptives, and eliminating provisions relating to abstinence-only materials and abstinence-only curricula developed or offered by schools or school districts. BOLKCOM
SF 382 A bill for an act relating to the conduct of elections, including the recounting of ballots, the mailing of absentee ballots, and in-person absentee voting. WAHLS
SF 383 A bill for an act relating to courts of contest for disputed congressional elections. WAHLS
SF 384 A bill for an act allowing counties to enter into agreements to jointly share a county assessor. (Formerly SF 133.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. SF 133 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 385 A bill for an act relating to nonsubstantive Code corrections, and including retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1189.) HF 699 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 386 A bill for an act relating to compensation of college athletes and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 245.) SF 245, HF 671 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 387 A bill for an act relating to courses of study and training programs of the Iowa law enforcement academy and veterans educational assistance benefits, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 104.) Effective date: 05/20/2021. SF 104 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 388 A bill for an act relating to certain civil and criminal enforcement activities involving the practice of massage therapy and cosmetology, and human trafficking, and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 246.) SF 246 HF 452 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 389 A bill for an act relating to public assistance program oversight.(Formerly SSB 1125.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 390 A bill for an act relating to broadband service, including matters under the purview of the office of the chief information officer, the empower rural Iowa broadband grant fund, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1089.) HF 796, HF 848 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 391 A bill for an act relating to the financial exploitation of designated eligible adults, and making an appropriation.(Formerly SSB 1131; See SF 583.) HF 258, HF 839, SF 583 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 392 A bill for an act authorizing the department of homeland security and emergency management to assume the duties of a joint 911 service board. KLIMESH
SF 393 A bill for an act extending the deadline to enter into withholding agreements under the targeted jobs withholding credit pilot project. J. SMITH
SF 394 A bill for an act relating to the definition of eligible program for purposes of the future ready Iowa skilled workforce last-dollar scholarship program. J. SMITH
SF 395 A bill for an act relating to the confidentiality of certain law enforcement information involving a person experiencing a mental health crisis, substance-related disorder crisis, or housing crisis.(See SF 513.) SF 513 DAWSON
SF 396 A bill for an act providing for the assignment of park rangers by the department of natural resources, and including effective date provisions. WHITING
SF 397 A bill for an act relating to city inspections of rental properties, and providing penalties. BOLKCOM
SF 398 A bill for an act relating to a mental health service providers competitive grant program for school districts and area education agencies, making an appropriation, and including effective date provisions. SF 2163 MATHIS
SF 399 A bill for an act requiring senate confirmation for bar-elected state judicial nominating commissioners and including applicability provisions. WHITING
SF 400 A bill for an act relating to competent private instruction, independent private instruction, and private instruction requirements. JOCHUM
SF 401 A bill for an act relating to the qualifications necessary for an applicant for licensure as a professional engineer.(Formerly SSB 1117.) HF 284 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 402 A bill for an act prohibiting the state or a political subdivision of the state from entering into contracts with, or providing tax incentives or any other benefits to, certain companies that censor online content, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See SF 571, SF 580.) SF 571, SF 580 CHAPMAN, WHITING, WILLIAMS, SHIPLEY, REICHMAN, J. TAYLOR, KRAAYENBRINK, GREEN, DICKEY, EDLER, GOODWIN, COURNOYER, SWEENEY, CARLIN, R. SMITH, KLIMESH, GARRETT, SINCLAIR, SCHULTZ, ZAUN, LOFGREN, BROWN, COSTELLO, GUTH, DRISCOLL, JOHNSON, ROZENBOOM, KOELKER, ZUMBACH and DAWSON
SF 403 A bill for an act relating to property law by modifying provisions relating to rental properties, manufactured home communities, mobile home parks, and manufactured mobile home communities, modifying provisions governing actions relating to such properties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 442 KOELKER
SF 404 A bill for an act relating to new state welcome signs along highways, and making appropriations. KOELKER
SF 405 A bill for an act relating to the frequency of meetings of a committee created to establish the minimum rate to be earned on state funds placed in time deposits.(See SF 573.) HF 690 SF 573 J. TAYLOR
SF 406 A bill for an act relating to marijuana, including the manufacture, delivery, and possession of marijuana and the licensure of retail marijuana, providing fees, including excise taxes, establishing funds, and including penalties. HF 816 BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, J. SMITH, TRONE GARRIOTT and DOTZLER
SF 407 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 83 BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, J. SMITH, TRONE GARRIOTT, CELSI, T. TAYLOR, BOULTON, JOCHUM, BISIGNANO and DOTZLER
SF 408 A bill for an act relating to the delivery of alcoholic beverages by retailers.(Formerly SSB 1163.) HF 766 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 409 A bill for an act relating to filing complaints with the Iowa public information board.(Formerly SSB 1116.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 410 A bill for an act relating to the removal, transfer, and transportation of human remains by an unlicensed employee or agent of a funeral director.(Formerly SF 107.) SF 107 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 411 A bill for an act providing a rebate on the renewal of certain licenses or permits for the sale of alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption and including effective date provisions.(See SF 542, SF 602.) SF 542, SF 602 JOHNSON and KOELKER
SF 412 A bill for an act establishing an essential worker hazard pay grant fund and program to be administered by the economic development authority, and including effective date provisions. BOULTON, T. TAYLOR, KINNEY, BOLKCOM, BISIGNANO, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT, J. SMITH, GIDDENS, PETERSEN, MATHIS, LYKAM, RAGAN, WAHLS, QUIRMBACH, JOCHUM, HOGG and DOTZLER
SF 413 A bill for an act relating to the conduct of elections, including absentee ballots and voter list maintenance activities, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1199.) Effective date: 03/08/2021. Applicability date: 01/01/2022. HF 590 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 414 A bill for an act prohibiting payment of workers’ compensation benefits to alien dependents designated as terrorists pursuant to federal law or subject to federal arrest warrants.(Formerly SSB 1115.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 415 A bill for an act relating to pari-mutuel wagering on horse or dog races licensed in a foreign jurisdiction.(Formerly SSB 1150.) HF 513 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 416 A bill for an act relating to the practice of pharmacy, and providing for a repeal.(Formerly SSB 1111.) HF 514 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 417 A bill for an act relating to certain fees of the secretary of state.(Formerly SSB 1084.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 418 A bill for an act providing for a monument to Martin Treptow on the capitol complex grounds.(Formerly SF 227.) SF 227, HF 511 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 419 A bill for an act relating to the display of registration plates on motor vehicles.(Formerly SSB 1156.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 420 A bill for an act relating to private land available for public use for recreational purposes.(Formerly SSB 1155.) HF 2103 HF 2415 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 421 A bill for an act prohibiting interference with the transportation of an agricultural animal, and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 1166.) HF 655 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 422 A bill for an act authorizing the department of transportation to issue special permits allowing the transportation of loads of relief supplies that exceed statutory weight limits during periods of national emergency.(Formerly SSB 1138.) HF 382 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 423 A bill for an act relating to the confirmation by the senate of certain appointees, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1148.) SF 2263 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 424 A bill for an act relating to the licensure of persons completing an apprenticeship, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1149.) Effective date: 01/01/2022. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 425 A bill for an act relating to the definition of meeting and public notice requirements under the open meetings law.(Formerly SSB 1114.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 426 A bill for an act relating to the acquisition of title to abandoned property in the unincorporated area of a county.(See SF 554.) SF 554 SF 225 KLIMESH
SF 427 A bill for an act relating to deer population management, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(See SF 464, SF 581.) SF 464, SF 581 ROZENBOOM
SF 428 A bill for an act relating to consent agreements for domestic abuse and sexual abuse protective orders.(See SF 512.) HF 450, SF 512, HF 825 MATHIS and ZAUN
SF 429 A bill for an act relating to the office of the state long-term care ombudsman, and making an appropriation. HF 118 RAGAN, MATHIS, JOCHUM, BOLKCOM and BOULTON
SF 430 A bill for an act relating to supplementary weighting for limited-English-proficient students and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See SF 544.) HF 605, SF 544 EDLER
SF 431 A bill for an act establishing an education savings grant program for certain pupils attending a nonpublic school or receiving competent private instruction, establishing an education savings grant fund, providing an income tax exemption, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. ZAUN
SF 432 A bill for an act providing a deduction from the individual income tax for the amount of interest paid on a qualified education loan and including retroactive applicability provisions. ZAUN
SF 433 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa educational savings plan trust by excluding from the computation of net income for the individual income tax withdrawals for the payment of qualified education expenses for private instruction, and including retroactive applicability provisions. HF 580 WHITING
SF 434 A bill for an act creating a private instruction organization tax credit available against the individual and corporate income taxes, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 2425 WHITING
SF 435 A bill for an act providing that a person does not commit animal abuse by acting in a manner consistent with customary animal practices. SINCLAIR
SF 436 A bill for an act relating to the standard of judicial review and providing a claim or defense when a state action burdens a person’s exercise of religion, and including effective date provisions. GUTH, SCHULTZ, ROZENBOOM, WHITING, JOHNSON, CARLIN and J. TAYLOR
SF 437 A bill for an act relating to the child and dependent care credit and the early childhood development credit available against the individual income tax, and including retroactive applicability provisions. WAHLS, RAGAN, LYKAM, QUIRMBACH, J. SMITH, MATHIS, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, KINNEY, T. TAYLOR, JOCHUM, BISIGNANO, BOLKCOM, BOULTON, DOTZLER, HOGG and PETERSEN
SF 438 A bill for an act relating to the local fire protection and emergency medical service providers grant program.(See SF 569.) HF 761 SF 569 DICKEY
SF 439 A bill for an act relating to emergency contact information for use by the department of transportation and law enforcement, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1181.) HF 435 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 440 A bill for an act relating to court reporters, including the reporting of adoption hearings and uncertified shorthand reporter appointments.(Formerly SSB 1107.) HF 433 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 441 A bill for an act relating to the use of fees collected by a county recorder or governing board of the county land record information system for processing and recording instruments.(Formerly SSB 1141.) HF 837 HF 520 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 442 A bill for an act designating certain county flood mitigation activities as an essential county purpose.(Formerly SSB 1169; See SF 607.) HF 523, SF 607 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 443 A bill for an act relating to the eligibility of cities to receive funding assistance to address abandoned buildings.(Formerly SF 113.) SF 113 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 444 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicles, including the surrender or transfer of registration plates and cards to a county treasurer, documentary fees charged by motor vehicle dealers, and motor vehicle franchise obligations. (Formerly SSB 1206.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 393, HF 829 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 445 A bill for an act relating to the practice of interior design, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. HF 781 COURNOYER
SF 446 A bill for an act creating the community law enforcement enhancement fund and providing an appropriation. SF 2184 QUIRMBACH, LYKAM, RAGAN, WAHLS, GIDDENS, J. SMITH, MATHIS, PETERSEN, BOLKCOM, T. TAYLOR, DOTZLER and KINNEY
SF 447 A bill for an act relating to the individual income tax credits for fire fighters, emergency medical services personnel members, and reserve peace officers by increasing the amounts of the credits, and including retroactive applicability provisions. DICKEY
SF 448 A bill for an act relating to a weigh station preclearance program and associated systems and devices for use by commercial motor vehicles. (Formerly SSB 1057.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 449 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle accidents resulting in injury or death, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 301.) HF 524 SF 301 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 450 A bill for an act relating to the death of a dependent adult, and providing penalties. (Formerly SF 300.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. SF 300 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 451 A bill for an act relating to crime victims, including the collection of evidence in sexual abuse cases and the establishment of an automated tracking system involving sexual abuse evidence collection kits.(Formerly SSB 1104, SSB 1002.) HF 426 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 452 A bill for an act establishing a learning recovery task force.(See SF 545.) SF 545 QUIRMBACH
SF 453 A bill for an act allowing the electronic publication of certain public notices by certain governmental bodies and officers. KOELKER
SF 454 A bill for an act providing for the termination of dealership agreements involving agricultural equipment.(Formerly SSB 1187.) HF 556 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 455 A bill for an act prohibiting counties and cities from regulating the sale of natural gas and propane.(Formerly SSB 1126.) HF 555 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 456 A bill for an act concerning the apportionment of certain business income of an airline or a qualified air freight forwarder for purposes of Iowa corporate income tax, and including retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1049.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 457 A bill for an act relating to requirements for using a dog to track a wounded deer.(Formerly SF 311.) HF 552 HF 23, SF 311 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 458 A bill for an act relating to the established season for hunting game birds on a preserve, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 369.) SF 369, HF 747 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 459 A bill for an act relating to financial assurance instruments and surety bonds required for collecting, processing, or transporting waste tires, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 1161.) HF 560 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 460 A bill for an act relating to private flood insurance, and including future repeal provisions.(Formerly SSB 1183.) HF 583 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 461 A bill for an act relating to the voting members of a governing board of a mental health and disability services region.(Formerly SSB 1158.) COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 462 A bill for an act relating to a study regarding reimbursement for administrative days.(Formerly SSB 1193.) SF 2146 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 463 A bill for an act establishing the occupational therapy licensure compact and the audiology and speech language pathology interstate compact. (Formerly SSB 1185.) Effective date: 07/01/2022 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 464 A bill for an act relating to deer population management, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 427; See SF 581.) SF 427, SF 581 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 465 A bill for an act relating to the revocation of certain privileges upon conviction of a littering offense, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 375.) SF 375 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 466 A bill for an act relating to licensed health care providers for purposes of state law regarding concussion and brain injury policies for extracurricular interscholastic activities. (Formerly SF 328.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. SF 328 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 467 A bill for an act relating to online learning and continuous remote learning, and allowing certain school districts or accredited nonpublic schools to deliver coursework using an online learning platform for up to five school days when inclement weather or other unanticipated circumstance causes schools to temporarily close. (Formerly SSB 1192.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 468 A bill for an act removing a preference for purchasing of Iowa coal by state and local government entities.(Formerly SSB 1201.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 469 A bill for an act relating to the regulation by counties and cities of continuing nonconforming uses of manufactured, modular, and mobile homes and site-built dwelling units.(Formerly SSB 1165.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 470 A bill for an act relating to the redemption of and payment of refund value on beverage containers, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 368.) SF 368, SF 2122, HF 2122, SF 2378, HF 2571 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 471 A bill for an act relating to occupational safety and health standards, employment matters, reporting requirements, and civil liability concerning COVID-19, providing penalties and remedies, and including effective date provisions. BOULTON, KINNEY, DOTZLER, J. SMITH, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, T. TAYLOR, BISIGNANO, BOLKCOM, JOCHUM, CELSI, PETERSEN, MATHIS, QUIRMBACH, LYKAM, RAGAN, WAHLS and HOGG
SF 472 A bill for an act relating to the registration of postsecondary schools with the college student aid commission, and to the postsecondary registration fund under the control of the commission. HF 375, HF 644 QUIRMBACH
SF 473 A bill for an act relating to child welfare including the temporary custody of a child and judicial proceedings in child in need of assistance and termination of parental rights cases.(See SF 525.) SF 525 EDLER
SF 474 A bill for an act relating to trusts for persons with disabilities. SF 527 HF 835 RAGAN
SF 475 A bill for an act providing for an annual transfer of moneys from the beer and liquor control fund and the uses of such moneys.(Formerly SSB 1171.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 476 A bill for an act relating to qualified immunity, the peace officer, public safety, and emergency personnel bill of rights, uniform commercial code filings, and protected information of law enforcement officers and state or federal judicial officers and prosecutors, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1178.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 477 A bill for an act relating to information to be provided, recorded, and reported by health care providers relative to certain vaccinations, and providing penalties. HF 632, SF 2156 SF 2269 GUTH
SF 478 A bill for an act providing for training, prohibitions, and requirements relating to first amendment rights at school districts and public postsecondary educational institutions.(Formerly SSB 1205.) HF 744 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 479 A bill for an act relating to the denial of state funds to a local entity.(Formerly SSB 1203.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 480 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a person requests examination and copying of public records.(Formerly SF 218; See SF 2322.) SF 218, HF 637 HF 786, SF 2322 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 481 A bill for an act relating to renewable fuel used to power motor vehicles, including by providing for standards and restrictions, infrastructure, tax credits, and requirements for state agencies operating motor vehicles powered by renewable fuel, making appropriations, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1179; See SF 549.) SF 549 HF 629 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 482 A bill for an act regulating the application of pesticides, including by providing for the certification of applicators, and certain actions taken by the department of agriculture and land stewardship against private applicators, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 1214.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 782 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 483 A bill for an act limiting local legislation that prohibits the operation of an animal enterprise or the use of a working animal.(Formerly SSB 1195.) COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 484 A bill for an act relating to financial assistance provided by the economic development authority to certain apprenticeship sponsors and lead apprenticeship sponsors, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1173.) HF 559 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 485 A bill for an act requiring employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees based on pregnancy or childbirth and providing civil penalties.(Formerly SSB 1029.) COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 486 A bill for an act establishing a central filing system relating to security interests in farm products, providing fees, and including contingent implementation and effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1151.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 487 A bill for an act relating to the operation of state government, including the review of state boards and the regulation of professions and occupations, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1046.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 488 A bill for an act relating to the national guard of the state concerning armory board leases, persons subject to the code of military justice, criminal justice reporting, and scholarship and loan repayment programs.(Formerly SF 256, SSB 1098.) SF 256, HF 428 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 489 A bill for an act creating a public safety equipment fund, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1094.) HF 300, HF 708 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 490 A bill for an act creating a new resident tax credit available against the individual income tax, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1033.) COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 491 A bill for an act establishing a new remote worker grant fund and program to be administered by the economic development authority and making appropriations.(Formerly SSB 1032.) COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 492 A bill for an act relating to unemployment insurance and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1172.) HF 754 SF 617 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 493 A bill for an act relating to the registration of construction contractors.(Formerly SF 69.) SF 69 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 494 A bill for an act relating to barbering apprenticeship programs.(Formerly SF 350.) HF 807 SF 350, HF 599 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 495 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of boxing, mixed martial arts, and wrestling, making penalties applicable, and making an appropriation.(Formerly SSB 1174; See SF 585.) SF 585 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 496 A bill for an act prohibiting employers from entering into noncompete agreements with low-wage employees. (Formerly SSB 1147.) HF 2134, SF 2302 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 497 A bill for an act relating to law enforcement and certain criminal offenses, and providing penalties.(See SF 534.) SF 534 GARRETT, ZAUN and DAWSON
SF 498 A bill for an act relating to the repayment and cancellation of certain fines issued pursuant to a proclamation of disaster emergency relating to the novel coronavirus pandemic and including effective date provisions. ZAUN
SF 499 A bill for an act relating to the investment of certain public funds in companies that are owned or controlled by Chinese military or government services. HF 2290, SF 2271 GUTH
SF 500 A bill for an act relating to the establishment, repair, and improvement of drainage and levee districts, including by requiring proof of professional liability insurance by civil engineers and providing for rights of landowners. GUTH
SF 501 A bill for an act providing for a study committee to determine best practices for the placement of juveniles in foster care with histories of violent or sexually predatory behavior. SF 2027 CARLIN
SF 502 A bill for an act providing a nursing home visitation shelter tax credit available against the individual and corporate income taxes, and including effective date and applicability provisions. SF 2108 CARLIN
SF 503 A bill for an act relating to fire fighters and emergency medical services members responding to emergency situations in certain vehicles.(See SF 551.) SF 551 DICKEY
SF 504 A bill for an act providing for foreign-trade zones organized as domestic profit or nonprofit corporations, and foreign profit or nonprofit corporations. COURNOYER
SF 505 A bill for an act relating to the admissibility of the results of an analysis of a person’s blood, breath, or urine in criminal and administrative proceedings.(See SF 556.) SF 556 DAWSON
SF 506 A bill for an act relating to operating-while-intoxicated offenses, including the lookback period for prior convictions, temporary restricted licenses, and ignition interlock devices, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 536.) SF 536 HF 2393 CHAPMAN
SF 507 A bill for an act relating to long-term care facility and hospital practices including patient visitation and protections, and providing civil penalties. CHAPMAN
SF 508 A bill for an act relating to abortion information and data, including a public dashboard and public awareness measures, and providing civil penalties. CHAPMAN
SF 509 A bill for an act relating to the World War I veterans memorial and captain William “Hawk” Albracht bridge, and including applicability provisions. R. SMITH
SF 510 A bill for an act relating to the frequency of card game tournaments conducted by organizations representing veterans.(Formerly SSB 1143, SF 20.) SF 20, SF 21 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 511 A bill for an act relating to the appointment and term of service of the commandant of the Iowa veterans home.(Formerly SSB 1097.) COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 512 A bill for an act relating to consent agreements for domestic abuse and sexual abuse protective orders.(Formerly SF 428.) HF 450, SF 428, HF 825 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 513 A bill for an act relating to persons experiencing a mental health crisis, substance-related disorder crisis, or housing crisis. (Formerly SF 395.) Effective date: 07/01/2022 SF 395 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 514 A bill for an act establishing which actions may be brought against firearm and ammunition manufacturers, distributors, importers, trade associations, sellers, or dealers.(Formerly SF 344.) SF 344 HF 621 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 515 A bill for an act providing for the reinstatement of parental rights of a former parent under certain circumstances.(Formerly SF 111.) SF 111 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 516 A bill for an act prohibiting the use of automated or remote systems for traffic law enforcement, including prohibiting the sharing of related information, requiring the removal of existing systems, and providing exceptions, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1176.) HF 249, SF 2319 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 517 A bill for an act relating to the provision of academic credit, including social studies coursework, and exemptions for physical education and activity requirements for students who participate in the legislative page program at the state capitol. Effective date: 07/01/2021. R. SMITH
SF 518 A bill for an act relating to an experiential learning competitive grant program in the department of education, making an appropriation, and including effective date provisions. SF 2243 DOTZLER and GIDDENS
SF 519 A bill for an act establishing a pandemic response review committee. WAHLS
SF 520 A bill for an act relating to statutory corrections which may adjust language to reflect current practices, insert earlier omissions, delete redundancies and inaccuracies, delete temporary language, resolve inconsistencies and conflicts, update ongoing provisions, or remove ambiguities, and including retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1212.) HF 739 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 521 A bill for an act providing for a human trafficking task force and an annual report to the general assembly.(Formerly SF 305.) SF 305 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 522 A bill for an act relating to older individuals and dependent adults and creating certain criminal offenses and civil actions, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 1082.) Effective date: 07/01/2022 SF 202, HF 353 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 523 A bill for an act relating to the services provided by the Iowa telecommunications and technology commission.(Formerly SSB 1209.) HF 805 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 524 A bill for an act establishing an inpatient psychiatric bed tracking system study committee. (Formerly SSB 1227.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 525 A bill for an act relating to child welfare including the temporary custody of a child and judicial proceedings in child in need of assistance and termination of parental rights cases.(Formerly SF 473.) SF 473 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 526 A bill for an act relating to the emergency detention of a person experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis and access centers.(Formerly SSB 1234.) COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 527 A bill for an act relating to trusts for persons with disabilities.(Formerly SSB 1228, SF 60.) SF 474 HF 835 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 528 A bill for an act relating to reports prepared by a chief medical officer, licensed physician, or a mental health professional concerning the hospitalization of a person with a mental illness.(Formerly SSB 1229.) COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 529 A bill for an act relating to assisted reproduction fraud, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 1223.) HF 2014, HF 2160, SF 2169 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 530 A bill for an act relating to financial institutions, including the assets, liabilities, and merger of state banks and state credit unions.(Formerly SSB 1224.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 531 A bill for an act relating to the conduct of elections during emergencies. (Formerly SSB 1204.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 532 A bill for an act providing for statements of professional recognition for licensed behavior analysts and mental health professionals by the board of educational examiners and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1231.) Effective date: 05/10/2021. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 533 A bill for an act relating to the possession of marijuana, and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 1226.) HF 648, SF 2225 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 534 A bill for an act relating to law enforcement and certain criminal offenses, and providing penalties. (Formerly SF 497.) SF 497 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 535 A bill for an act relating to the acquisition and possession of weapons and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 1232.) HF 756 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 536 A bill for an act relating to operating-while-intoxicated offenses, including the lookback period for prior convictions, temporary restricted licenses, and ignition interlock devices, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 506.) SF 506 HF 2393 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 537 A bill for an act relating to tort liability, including employer liability in civil actions involving commercial motor vehicles and arising from an employee’s negligence, punitive or exemplary damages, and noneconomic damages available against owners or operators of commercial motor vehicles.(Formerly SSB 1238.) HF 772 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 538 A bill for an act relating to 911 emergency telephone service, including how funds deposited in a 911 service fund may be used, the costs associated with providing 911 service, and access to the next generation 911 network.(Formerly SF 249.) SF 249, HF 407 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 539 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.(Formerly SF 29.) SF 29 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 540 A bill for an act relating to the practice of barbering and cosmetology arts and sciences and providing transition provisions. (Formerly SF 164.) SF 164, SF 2209 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 541 A bill for an act relating to electronic transactions by permitting the use of distributed ledger technology and smart contracts and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1207, SF 303.) Effective date: 01/01/2022. HF 799 SF 303 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 542 A bill for an act providing for a one-time waiver or refund of certain license or permit fees collected by the alcoholic beverages division of the department of commerce, providing for related procedures, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 411; See SF 602.) SF 602 SF 411 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 543 A bill for an act relating to requirements for licensees under the purview of the dental board relating to orthodontia services.(Formerly SSB 1202.) HF 685 SF 54 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 544 A bill for an act relating to supplementary weighting for limited-English-proficient students and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 430.) HF 605 SF 430 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 545 A bill for an act establishing a learning recovery task force.(Formerly SF 452.) SF 452 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 546 A bill for an act relating to private instruction and driver education. (Formerly SSB 1219.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 547 A bill for an act relating to applicant priority and grant award amounts under the teach Iowa scholar program. (Formerly SF 304.) SF 304, SF 2026 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 548 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of advertising devices near certain highways. (Formerly SSB 1220.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 792 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 549 A bill for an act relating to renewable fuel used to power motor vehicles, including by providing for standards and restrictions, infrastructure, tax credits, and requirements for state agencies operating motor vehicles powered by renewable fuel, making appropriations, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 481, SSB 1179.) SF 481 HF 629 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 550 A bill for an act creating a permit allowing the operation of vehicles of excessive weight transporting fluid milk products, and providing fees.(Formerly SSB 1230; See SF 605.) HF 790 HF 869, SF 605 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 551 A bill for an act relating to fire fighters and emergency medical services members operating certain vehicles. (Formerly SF 503.) Effective date: 07/01/2022 SF 503 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 552 A bill for an act relating to utilities at rental properties and landlords’ ability to use security deposits to satisfy delinquent utility accounts.(Formerly SF 135.) SF 135 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 553 A bill for an act relating to standards for data security, and investigations and notifications of cybersecurity events, for certain licensees under the jurisdiction of the commissioner of insurance, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1190.) HF 719 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 554 A bill for an act relating to the acquisition of title to abandoned property in the unincorporated area of a county. (Formerly SF 426.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. SF 426 SF 225 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 555 A bill for an act relating to requirements and prohibitions relating to vaccines and immunizations, and providing civil remedies.(Formerly SF 193.) SF 193, HF 330 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 556 A bill for an act relating to the admissibility of the results of an analysis of a person’s blood, breath, or urine in criminal and administrative proceedings.(Formerly SF 505.) SF 505 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 557 A bill for an act relating to noneconomic damage awards against health care providers.(Formerly SSB 1225.) HF 517, HF 592 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 558 A bill for an act relating to interpreters and translators for limited-English-proficient, deaf, and hard-of-hearing persons in certain legal proceedings, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1108.) HF 707 HF 445 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 559 A bill for an act relating to access to a copy of an original birth certificate by an adoptee or an entitled person, providing for fees, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1040; See SF 589.) HF 723, HF 855, SF 589 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 560 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a public defender or designee requests copies of certain documents.(Formerly SF 51; See SF 593.) SF 51, HF 57 HF 545, HF 842, SF 593 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 561 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a cold case investigation unit within the department of public safety.(Formerly SF 151.) HF 63, SF 151 HF 312, SF 2103, SF 2234 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 562 A bill for an act relating to sexual exploitation by an adult providing training or instruction and statute of limitations time periods for certain criminal offenses committed on or with minors, and providing penalties and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 372.) Effective date: 07/01/2021, 05/12/2021. SF 372 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 563 A bill for an act relating to demolition reserves on fire and casualty claims on real property located within a city and requesting an interim study on such reserves.(Formerly SSB 1168.) HF 113 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 564 A bill for an act providing for actions taken by a board of directors of a corporation without a meeting.(Formerly SSB 1216.) HF 759 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 565 A bill for an act relating to accounting of unpaid beverage container refund value.(Formerly SSB 1087.) HF 152 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 566 A bill for an act relating to banks, making appropriations, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 1236; See SF 586.) SF 586 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 567 A bill for an act relating to loans originated by mortgage bankers. (Formerly SSB 1235.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 568 A bill for an act relating to the conduct of elections, including nominations, procedures for proposed amendments to the Iowa Constitution, and absentee voting, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1237.) Effective date: Enactment, 01/01/2022. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 569 A bill for an act relating to the local fire protection and emergency medical service providers grant program.(Formerly SF 438.) SF 438, HF 761 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 570 A bill for an act establishing the sexual assault forensic examiner program.(Formerly SSB 1154.) HF 603 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 571 A bill for an act prohibiting the state or a political subdivision of the state from entering into contracts with, or providing tax incentives or any other benefits to, certain companies that censor online content, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 402; See SF 580.) SF 402, SF 580 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 572 A bill for an act relating to the statute of limitations periods for certain criminal and civil actions.(Formerly SSB 1017.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 573 A bill for an act relating to the frequency of meetings of a committee created to establish the minimum rate to be earned on state funds placed in time deposits.(Formerly SF 405.) SF 405, HF 690 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 574 A bill for an act relating to confidential information maintained by local government officials for certain veteran and military property tax credits and exemptions. (Formerly SF 309.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. SF 309 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 575 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.(Formerly SF 94.) SF 94, HF 255, HF 588 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 576 A bill for an act authorizing future tax contingencies, reducing the state inheritance tax rates and providing for the future repeal of the state inheritance tax and state qualified use inheritance tax, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1250.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 577 A bill for an act relating to a certificate of nonviable birth. (Formerly SF 308, SSB 1062.) Effective date: 07/01/2022 SF 308 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 578 A bill for an act relating to the powers and duties of the department of agriculture and land stewardship, including by providing for administration, programs, and regulations, providing fees, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 359, SSB 1121.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 482, SF 359, HF 827 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 579 A bill for an act providing for business entities, providing for certain fees, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 266, SSB 1056.) SF 266, HF 681, HF 844 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 580 A bill for an act prohibiting the state or a political subdivision of the state from entering into contracts with, or providing tax incentives or specified benefits to, certain companies that censor online content, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 571, SF 402.) SF 402, SF 571 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 581 A bill for an act relating to deer population management. (Formerly SF 464, SF 427.) SF 427, SF 464 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 582 A bill for an act concerning the rulemaking process for executive branch agencies and related matters.(Formerly SSB 1249.) HF 856 ADMINISTRATIVE RULES REVIEW COMMITTEE
SF 583 A bill for an act relating to the financial exploitation of designated eligible adults, and making an appropriation.(Formerly SF 391, SSB 1131.) HF 258, SF 391, HF 839 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 584 A bill for an act relating to the use of moneys in the Iowa economic emergency fund, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 175.) SF 175 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 585 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of boxing, mixed martial arts, and wrestling, making penalties applicable, and making an appropriation.(Formerly SF 495, SSB 1174.) SF 495 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 586 A bill for an act relating to banks, making appropriations, and making civil penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 566, SSB 1236.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. SF 566 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 587 A bill for an act relating to state and local government financing, programs, and operations, by modifying provisions relating to mental health and disability services funding, school district funding, commercial and industrial property tax replacement payments, and other specified tax provisions, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1253.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 588 A bill for an act modifying the additional township annual property tax levy rate and including applicability provisions. DICKEY
SF 589 A bill for an act relating to access to a copy of an original birth certificate by an adoptee or an entitled person, providing for fees, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 559, SSB 1040.) HF 723, SF 559, HF 855 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 590 A bill for an act relating to the creation of land banks.(Formerly SF 100.) SF 100 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 591 A bill for an act authorizing the abatement of property taxes owed on the homestead of a disabled veteran and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 263.) SF 191, SF 263, HF 2076 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 592 A bill for an act relating to transportation and other infrastructure- related appropriations to the department of transportation, including allocation and use of moneys from the road use tax fund and the primary road fund. (Formerly SSB 1256.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. HF 863 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 593 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a public defender or designee requests copies of certain documents.(Formerly SF 560, SF 51.) HF 545, HF 842 SF 51, HF 57, SF 560 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 594 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations and related statutory changes involving certain state departments, agencies, funds, and certain other entities, providing for regulatory authority, and other properly related matters.(Formerly SSB 1258.) HF 867 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 595 A bill for an act making appropriations to the department of cultural affairs, the economic development authority, the Iowa finance authority, the public employment relations board, the department of workforce development, and the state board of regents and certain regents institutions, and providing for properly related matters.(Formerly SSB 1259.) HF 871 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 596 A bill for an act relating to the funding of, the operation of, and appropriation of moneys to the college student aid commission, the department for the blind, the department of education, school districts, and the state board of regents, providing for properly related matters, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1263.) HF 868 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 597 A bill for an act relating to appropriations to the judicial branch.(Formerly SSB 1262.) HF 864 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 598 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations and related statutory changes involving state government entities involved with agriculture, natural resources, and environmental protection.(Formerly SSB 1261.) HF 860 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 599 A bill for an act relating to appropriations to the justice system.(Formerly SSB 1265.) HF 861 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 600 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations to state departments and agencies from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund, the technology reinvestment fund, the sports wagering receipts fund, and the autism support fund, providing for related matters, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1264.) HF 862 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 601 A bill for an act exempting from the state sales tax and use tax the purchase price of tangible personal property sold and services furnished to a nonprofit food bank.(Formerly SSB 1254.) SF 306, HF 579 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 602 A bill for an act providing for a one-time waiver or refund of certain license or permit fees collected by the alcoholic beverages division of the department of commerce, providing for related procedures, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 542, SF 411.) SF 542 SF 411 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 603 A bill for an act exempting from the individual income tax all pay received from the federal government for certain military service in support of the national guard and including retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1248.) HF 257 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 604 A bill for an act modifying the sales tax holiday to include emergency preparedness supplies.(Formerly SSB 1240.) HF 680 HF 2563 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 605 A bill for an act creating a permit allowing the operation of vehicles of excessive weight transporting fluid milk products, providing fees, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 550, SSB 1230.) HF 869 SF 550, HF 790 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 606 A bill for an act relating to appropriations for health and human services and veterans and including other related provisions and appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date and retroactive and other applicability date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1267.) HF 891 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 607 A bill for an act designating certain county flood mitigation activities as an essential county purpose.(Formerly SF 442, SSB 1169.) HF 523, SF 442 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 608 A bill for an act relating to the administration of the tax and related laws by the department of revenue by requiring composite returns for pass-through entities, restricting public disclosure of certain information, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1268.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. Applicability date: 01/01/2022. HF 890 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 609 A bill for an act relating to the administration and implementation of state taxation matters and credits, including economic development and energy tax incentives and programs, and future tax contingencies, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1269.) HF 789 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 610 A bill for an act prohibiting the mandatory disclosure of whether a person has received a vaccination for COVID-19, disqualifying certain entities from receiving state grants or contracts, and including effective date provisions. HF 889 WHITVER
SF 611 A bill for an act creating the disaster recovery housing assistance program and fund, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1272.) COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 612 A bill for an act relating to real estate transfer tax moneys transferred to the housing trust fund.(Formerly SSB 1270.) SF 10 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 613 A bill for an act creating a downtown loan guarantee program under the purview of the economic development authority.(Formerly SSB 1271.) COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 614 A bill for an act appropriating federal moneys made available from federal block grants and other nonstate sources, allocating portions of federal block grants, and providing procedures if federal moneys or federal block grants are more or less than anticipated, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1257.) HF 895 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 615 A bill for an act relating to state and local finances by making appropriations, providing for legal and regulatory responsibilities, providing for other properly related matters, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1275.) Effective date: Enactment, 01/01/2022, 07/01/2021. Applicability date: 04/28/2021, 03/08/2021, 04/12/2021, 04/30/2021, 02/23/2021. HF 894 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 616 A bill for an act relating to noncompliance with rules adopted by a county sanitarian regarding septic tank pumping.(Formerly SSB 1274.) HF 728 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 617 A bill for an act concerning unemployment insurance and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1273.) SF 492, HF 754 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 618 A bill for an act relating to investment tax credits and innovation fund tax credits, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1196.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 619 A bill for an act relating to state and local revenue and finance by modifying future tax contingencies, the state inheritance tax, the sales and use tax relating to food banks, the tax on promotional play receipts, mental health and disability services funding, school district funding, commercial and industrial property tax replacement payments, providing for housing incentives, providing for other properly related matters, making appropriations, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1276.) Effective date: Enactment, 07/01/2022, 07/01/2029, 01/01/2022, 07/01/2021. Applicability date: 01/01/2022, 03/17/2020, 01/01/2021. HF 893 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 620 A bill for an act providing for congressional and legislative districts and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1277.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 621 A bill for an act providing for congressional and legislative districts and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1279.) Effective date: Enactment, 11/04/2021. HF 901 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 622 A bill for an act relating to COVID-19 vaccination requirements by employers and unemployment insurance and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1280.) HF 902 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2001 A bill for an act to require proof of financial liability coverage upon registration of a motor vehicle. GREEN
SF 2002 A bill for an act creating the second amendment preservation Act, and providing penalties. HF 518, HF 2303 NUNN
SF 2003 A bill for an act relating to certain amounts of school district funding for programs for at-risk students, secondary students who attend alternative programs or alternative schools, or returning dropouts and dropout prevention, and including effective date provisions. HF 2008 COURNOYER
SF 2004 A bill for an act relating to the submission and posting of hospital policies. PETERSEN, BOULTON, LYKAM, JOCHUM, CELSI, J. SMITH, KINNEY, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR and HOGG
SF 2005 A bill for an act relating to the Medicaid extended postpartum coverage option. PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, BOULTON, LYKAM, JOCHUM, CELSI, J. SMITH, KINNEY, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, WAHLS and HOGG
SF 2006 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid reimbursement for maternal and child health. PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, BOULTON, LYKAM, JOCHUM, CELSI, J. SMITH, KINNEY, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, WAHLS and HOGG
SF 2007 A bill for an act relating to evidence-based maternal and infant home visiting services. PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, BOULTON, LYKAM, JOCHUM, CELSI, J. SMITH, KINNEY, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM and WAHLS
SF 2008 A bill for an act relating to maternal health best practices. PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, BOULTON, LYKAM, JOCHUM, CELSI, J. SMITH, KINNEY, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM and WAHLS
SF 2009 A bill for an act relating to the state child care assistance eligibility requirements and provider reimbursement rates. SF 177, HF 505 RAGAN, MATHIS, BOULTON, LYKAM, CELSI, J. SMITH, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR, PETERSEN, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, WAHLS, JOCHUM, KINNEY, HOGG and BISIGNANO
SF 2010 A bill for an act relating to safety and sanitation criteria for tattooing establishments, and including effective date provisions. GREEN
SF 2011 A bill for an act relating to the purchasing of a youth deer hunting license and tag. COSTELLO
SF 2012 A bill for an act prohibiting the labor commissioner from implementing, enforcing, or conforming to certain federal occupational safety and health standards relating to COVID-19 and including effective date provisions. NUNN, GUTH, SHIPLEY, GREEN, KLIMESH, LOFGREN, REICHMAN, SWEENEY, ZAUN and COSTELLO
SF 2013 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid coverage of maternity care including doula care. PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, BOULTON, LYKAM, JOCHUM, CELSI, J. SMITH, KINNEY, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM and WAHLS
SF 2014 A bill for an act relating to the membership of the district judicial nominating commissions.(See SF 2132.) SF 2132 HF 2481 GARRETT
SF 2015 A bill for an act relating to cognitive screenings by audiologists and speech pathologists.(See SF 2193.) SF 2193 BROWN
SF 2016 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. SF 178, HF 372, HF 656, HF 2199 CARLIN
SF 2017 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 2077 SF 62, HF 138 JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, GIDDENS, TRONE GARRIOTT, DOTZLER, J. SMITH, LYKAM, BOULTON, RAGAN and WAHLS
SF 2018 A bill for an act relating to building design element regulation by governmental subdivisions, and including effective date provisions. SINCLAIR
SF 2019 A bill for an act relating to the construction and maintenance of walkways in railroad yards, and providing penalties. HF 183 T. TAYLOR
SF 2020 A bill for an act relating to the provision of period products. SF 34 PETERSEN
SF 2021 A bill for an act relating to the elimination of the exemption of gaming floors from the prohibitions of the smokefree air Act. SF 280, HF 530 PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, CELSI and HOGG
SF 2022 A bill for an act relating to the practice of cosmetology and barbering in certain locations. ZAUN
SF 2023 A bill for an act relating to preexisting military service-related disabilities covered by the second injury fund and including applicability provisions. BOULTON
SF 2024 A bill for an act relating to instruction relating to gender identity in the curriculum provided to students enrolled in elementary education programs. SF 167 CARLIN
SF 2025 A bill for an act prohibiting persons from entering single and multiple occupancy toilet facilities in elementary and secondary schools that do not correspond with the person’s biological sex. SF 224 CARLIN
SF 2026 A bill for an act relating to applicant priority and grant award amounts under the teach Iowa scholar program. SF 304, SF 547 CARLIN
SF 2027 A bill for an act providing for a study committee to determine best practices for the placement of juveniles in foster care with histories of violent or sexually predatory behavior. SF 501 CARLIN
SF 2028 A bill for an act relating to required written consent prior to immunization or vaccination of a minor.(See SF 2335.) SF 2335 CARLIN
SF 2029 A bill for an act relating to the postfertilization age of an unborn child relative to an abortion, and making licensee discipline and civil penalties applicable. SF 377 CARLIN
SF 2030 A bill for an act relating to proof of immunity as an exception to COVID-19 vaccination. HF 2034 CARLIN
SF 2031 A bill for an act relating to protections for physicians who prescribe certain prescription drugs. CARLIN
SF 2032 A bill for an act requiring the reporting of COVID-19 vaccination information on a death certificate form. CARLIN
SF 2033 A bill for an act requiring the provision of a product-specific fact sheet to each patient or caregiver prior to administration of the COVID-19 vaccine. CARLIN
SF 2034 A bill for an act relating to the penalties for defendants who aid and abet the commission of murder in the first degree. SF 126, SF 2109 CARLIN
SF 2035 A bill for an act relating to service dogs and county or city dog breed restrictions. DICKEY
SF 2036 A bill for an act relating to jury notifications of attorney compensation and litigation financing. DICKEY
SF 2037 A bill for an act prohibiting administrators from permitting the teaching of certain specified concepts in school districts. DICKEY
SF 2038 A bill for an act relating to applications for certificates of title and annual registration fees for commercial vehicles. DICKEY
SF 2039 A bill for an act requiring the board of directors of a school district and the authorities in charge of each accredited nonpublic school to adopt a policy prohibiting certain school-sponsored activities related to race. DICKEY
SF 2040 A bill for an act prohibiting the collection of certain specified information from students enrolled in school districts or charter schools. DICKEY
SF 2041 A bill for an act relating to relocation of a minor child’s residence outside the minor child’s established school district. DICKEY
SF 2042 A bill for an act relating to the undergraduate programs offered by the institutions of higher education governed by the state board of regents. DICKEY
SF 2043 A bill for an act prohibiting certain conduct of teachers related to the pledge of allegiance. DICKEY
SF 2044 A bill for an act relating to school employees who are determined to have been wrongfully accused of inflicting corporal punishment upon a student. DICKEY
SF 2045 A bill for an act relating to continued annual training requirements for certain volunteer fire fighters. DICKEY
SF 2046 A bill for an act relating to health care facilities and requirements for itemized billing. DICKEY
SF 2047 A bill for an act prohibiting the expenditure of certain public moneys for dues or membership fees to high school organizations that do not meet certain requirements concerning school classifications for extracurricular interscholastic activities. DICKEY
SF 2048 A bill for an act relating to the disbursement and accounting of child support payments, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. DICKEY
SF 2049 A bill for an act relating to affirmative defenses for entities using cybersecurity programs and electronic transactions recorded by blockchain technology. NUNN
SF 2050 A bill for an act making an appropriation to support efforts relating to the U.S.S. Iowa and including effective date provisions.(See SF 2175.) HF 2002, HF 2147, SF 2175 NUNN
SF 2051 A bill for an act relating to railroad trains, including train length limits and the operation of trains by a crew of two or more persons, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 2286.) SF 2125, HF 2208 HF 462 GREEN
SF 2052 A bill for an act relating to discrimination on the basis of medical creed under the Iowa civil rights Act of 1965 and including effective date provisions. HF 2234 GUTH, SCHULTZ, JOHNSON, J. TAYLOR, GREEN, ZAUN and CARLIN
SF 2053 A bill for an act relating to the information required to be included in name change petitions. RAGAN
SF 2054 A bill for an act requiring the department of natural resources to develop a plan to match the nationally determined commitment to cut greenhouse gas pollution. HF 2190, HF 2454 HOGG
SF 2055 A bill for an act permitting businesses’ new on-site daycare facilities or businesses’ expansion of existing on-site daycare facilities to qualify as projects under the high quality jobs program, and making penalties applicable. HF 3, SF 176, HF 363, HF 606 CARLIN
SF 2056 A bill for an act relating to the development of an actionable strategic plan to promote and support breastfeeding in the state. SF 251 CARLIN
SF 2057 A bill for an act relating to the requirements for authorized electronic monitoring in nursing facilities, and providing penalties. HF 2376 HF 268, SF 378, HF 2205 CARLIN
SF 2058 A bill for an act establishing a surviving spouse property tax deferral program for certain persons who have attained the age of sixty-five, applying income limitations, providing a penalty, making appropriations, and including applicability provisions. SF 351 CARLIN
SF 2059 A bill for an act exempting homestead property owned by certain elderly persons from specified school property tax levies and including applicability provisions. SF 124 CARLIN
SF 2060 A bill for an act relating to massage therapy, including child and dependent adult abuse reporting and continuing education requirements, and making penalties applicable. HF 2168 HF 357 EDLER
SF 2061 A bill for an act relating to the use of automated or remote systems for traffic law enforcement involving out-of-state businesses, and including applicability provisions. DICKEY
SF 2062 A bill for an act relating to data and alternative measures required prior to implementing automated or remote systems for traffic law enforcement, and including applicability provisions. DICKEY
SF 2063 A bill for an act exempting certain trailers from annual registration fees and registration plate issuance requirements. DICKEY
SF 2064 A bill for an act establishing a criminal penalty for violent repeat offenders and providing for risk assessments. NUNN
SF 2065 A bill for an act relating to claims incorrectly denied or underpaid by Medicaid managed care organizations. RAGAN and MATHIS
SF 2066 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid program improvements. SF 61 RAGAN and MATHIS
SF 2067 A bill for an act relating to the reimbursement of providers under the Medicaid program. HF 2033 RAGAN and MATHIS
SF 2068 A bill for an act relating to the official language of the state of Iowa. HF 2192 PETERSEN
SF 2069 A bill for an act creating a health equity program and fund, and providing an appropriation. PETERSEN
SF 2070 A bill for an act relating to the transfer of ownership of certain foreign vehicles.(See SF 2228.) SF 2228, HF 2341 ROWLEY
SF 2071 A bill for an act relating to the health and human growth and development instruction provided by school districts and accredited nonpublic schools. HF 2098 PETERSEN
SF 2072 A bill for an act relating to budgets of local emergency management agencies and including applicability provisions. COURNOYER
SF 2073 A bill for an act establishing a neighborhood housing revitalization assistance program within the Iowa finance authority. J. SMITH, KINNEY, DOTZLER, PETERSEN, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, BOULTON, LYKAM, MATHIS, WAHLS, BOLKCOM, RAGAN, BISIGNANO, CELSI, T. TAYLOR, QUIRMBACH, HOGG and JOCHUM
SF 2074 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 65 MATHIS
SF 2075 A bill for an act relating to suicide prevention hotline information on student identification cards and including applicability provisions. MATHIS
SF 2076 A bill for an act relating to hunting, trapping, and fishing privileges for disabled veterans. SF 39, SF 40 MATHIS
SF 2077 A bill for an act providing for the automatic registration of eligible electors upon review of electronic records received from state agencies and including effective date provisions. SF 2017 SF 62, HF 138 MATHIS
SF 2078 A bill for an act relating to the use and calibration of automated or remote systems for traffic law enforcement.(See SF 2352.) SF 2352 KLIMESH
SF 2079 A bill for an act relating to limitations on the immunization of children for enrollment in any licensed child care center or elementary or secondary school in the state and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3004.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2080 A bill for an act relating to the administration of certain physical examinations and student health screenings by school districts, charter schools, or innovation zone schools. (Formerly SSB 3005.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2081 A bill for an act relating to disbursements from the computer science professional development incentive fund and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3002.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2082 A bill for an act prohibiting negative option billing practices in subscription contracts and including applicability provisions. DICKEY
SF 2083 A bill for an act relating to the abatement of property taxes owed on property owned by certain volunteer emergency services providers and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See SF 2375.) SF 2375 DICKEY
SF 2084 A bill for an act relating to repair or service estimates for certain older motor vehicles, and making penalties applicable. DICKEY
SF 2085 A bill for an act prohibiting litigation financing contracts. DICKEY
SF 2086 A bill for an act relating to the membership, procedures, and functions of the Iowa council on homelessness.(Formerly SSB 3008.) HF 2258 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2087 A bill for an act relating to the comprehensive financial report of the state and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3009.) HF 2126 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2088 A bill for an act relating to the practices of pharmacy and nursing and the administration of immunizations and vaccinations, and the licensure of nonresident pharmacies.(Formerly SSB 3006.) HF 2169 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2089 A bill for an act modifying provisions relating to the additional property tax credit for elderly persons and including applicability provisions. HF 2216 ZAUN
SF 2090 A bill for an act relating to pretrial bond amounts for certain felonies.(See SF 2332.) SF 2332 DAWSON
SF 2091 A bill for an act relating to jury service disqualification for certain felons.(See SF 2297.) SF 2297 DAWSON
SF 2092 A bill for an act relating to pharmacy benefits managers, pharmacies, and prescription drug benefits, and including applicability provisions.(See SF 2231.) SF 2231, HF 2384 HF 729 DAWSON
SF 2093 A bill for an act relating to accommodations in housing provided to persons with a disability-related need for assistance animals and service animals, and providing penalties. HF 2486 DAWSON
SF 2094 A bill for an act relating to consideration of the educational setting of a minor child in a child custody proceeding. HF 507 HF 824 ZAUN
SF 2095 A bill for an act relating to the statute of limitations in a civil action involving the sexual abuse of a minor. ZAUN
SF 2096 A bill for an act relating to requirements for additional members of a city planning and zoning commission and a board of adjustment when a city extends its zoning jurisdiction.(See SF 2285.) SF 2285 KLIMESH
SF 2097 A bill for an act relating to the lookback period for prior operating-while-intoxicated convictions. SINCLAIR
SF 2098 A bill for an act relating to statements required to be submitted to the state building code commissioner by state agencies and governmental subdivisions of costs associated with building regulations involving residential structures. SINCLAIR
SF 2099 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of emergency response districts.(See SF 2267.) SF 2267 HF 248, HF 683 BROWN
SF 2100 A bill for an act relating to the crime of indecent exposure and making penalties applicable. ROZENBOOM
SF 2101 A bill for an act relating to the crimes of indecent exposure and public masturbation, and making penalties applicable. ROZENBOOM
SF 2102 A bill for an act relating to operation of an off-road utility vehicle by an unlicensed person at a designated off-highway vehicle riding area, and making penalties applicable. GREEN
SF 2103 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a cold case investigation unit within the department of public safety.(See SF 2234.) SF 2234 HF 63, SF 151, HF 312, SF 561 J. TAYLOR
SF 2104 A bill for an act relating to the earned income tax credit available against the individual income tax and including retroactive applicability provisions. JOCHUM
SF 2105 A bill for an act excluding from the computation of net income for purposes of the individual income tax the unreimbursed cost of prescribed drugs or insulin of certain taxpayers at least sixty-five years of age, and including applicability provisions. SF 121 CARLIN
SF 2106 A bill for an act relating to landlords and tenants, including rental property utilities, the definition of rent, and forcible entry and detainer actions. HF 2227, HF 2473 HF 658, HF 779 SHIPLEY
SF 2107 A bill for an act directing the department of education to convene a working group to study the impact of technology on cognitive learning.(See SF 2359.) SF 2359 CARLIN
SF 2108 A bill for an act providing a nursing home visitation shelter tax credit available against the individual and corporate income taxes, and including effective date and applicability provisions. SF 502 CARLIN
SF 2109 A bill for an act relating to the penalties for defendants who aid and abet the commission of murder in the first degree. SF 126, SF 2034 J. TAYLOR
SF 2110 A bill for an act relating to acreage limitations for the production of hemp, and including effective date provisions. HF 2070, HF 2088, HF 2380 SHIPLEY
SF 2111 A bill for an act relating to a peace officer’s search of garbage placed outside of a person’s residence for waste collection in a publicly accessible area.(See SF 2296.) SF 2296 DAWSON
SF 2112 A bill for an act directing the department of education to convene an achievement gap working group.(See SF 2358.) SF 2358 CARLIN
SF 2113 A bill for an act relating to parole board review of the status of certain persons committed to the department of corrections. J. TAYLOR
SF 2114 A bill for an act relating to the operation of registered all-terrain vehicles and off-road utility vehicles on secondary roads. HF 800, HF 2130 ROWLEY
SF 2115 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of certain short-term rental properties by counties and cities. ROWLEY
SF 2116 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement rates for providers of substance use disorder treatment services. HF 2003 NUNN
SF 2117 A bill for an act relating to experimental treatments for terminally ill persons, and including effective date provisions. HF 2010 HF 2203 EDLER
SF 2118 A bill for an act relating to mental health and disability services funds to establish county-controlled accounts for administrative expenses and increase the amount mental health and disability services funds may carryforward. SF 2314 KINNEY
SF 2119 A bill for an act relating to cosmetology and the practice of threading. Effective date: 07/01/2022. HF 2106, HF 2480 COURNOYER
SF 2120 A bill for an act relating to the authority granted native distilleries. SF 2220, HF 2314 SINCLAIR
SF 2121 A bill for an act relating to health insurance coverage for hearing aids for covered persons age eighteen and younger. HF 2188 HF 2491, HF 2568 COURNOYER
SF 2122 A bill for an act relating to the redemption of and payment of refund value on beverage containers, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 2378.) SF 368, SF 470, HF 2122, SF 2378, HF 2571 ROZENBOOM
SF 2123 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa law enforcement academy council including the revocation or suspension of certifications of law enforcement officers and reserve peace officers in this state and certifications of law enforcement officers in other states, and the peace officer, public safety, and emergency personnel bill of rights including formal administrative investigations of officers. COURNOYER
SF 2124 A bill for an act relating to immunization information requested on a medical examiner investigation form. SF 125, HF 631 GUTH
SF 2125 A bill for an act relating to railroad trains, including train length limits and the operation of trains by a crew of two or more persons, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. SF 2051, HF 2208 HF 462 T. TAYLOR
SF 2126 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicles that traverse certain railroad grade crossings against a gate or signal, and providing penalties. HF 210 HF 2537 T. TAYLOR
SF 2127 A bill for an act relating to commercially owned solar panel field installation on agricultural land.(See SF 2321.) SF 2321 ZUMBACH
SF 2128 A bill for an act relating to education, including the education of students who are not fully English proficient and the standards applicable to the hiring, developing, and evaluation of community college faculty. (Formerly SSB 3047.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. HF 2409 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2129 A bill for an act relating to students who are eligible to receive a scholarship from the future ready Iowa skilled workforce last-dollar scholarship fund.(Formerly SSB 3046.) SF 278, HF 2165 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2130 A bill for an act relating to schools that are required to register with the college student aid commission. (Formerly SSB 3048.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. HF 2156 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2131 A bill for an act relating to employment security benefits.(Formerly SSB 3039.) HF 2355 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 2132 A bill for an act relating to the membership of the district judicial nominating commissions.(Formerly SF 2014.) SF 2014 HF 2481 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2133 A bill for an act relating to traffic violations involving the approach of certain stationary vehicles, including by providing for reporting of violations, requiring investigations, and providing for enforcement against vehicle owners.(Formerly SSB 3019.) HF 2326 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2134 A bill for an act relating to the salary of the state court administrator.(Formerly SSB 3023.) HF 2360 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2135 A bill for an act providing that a licensed veterinarian is immune from administrative, civil, or criminal liability in investigations or proceedings involving the mistreatment of animals. HF 623 HF 2429 COURNOYER
SF 2136 A bill for an act relating to elective social studies courses emphasizing religious scripture that school districts may offer and teach. GUTH, J. TAYLOR, GREEN and JOHNSON
SF 2137 A bill for an act relating to terms used in the context of land surveying.(See SF 2233.) SF 2233 BROWN
SF 2138 A bill for an act relating to shotguns that may be used to hunt turkey.(See SF 2334.) HF 2370, SF 2334 SCHULTZ
SF 2139 A bill for an act relating to wrecked or salvage vehicles with cosmetic damage.(Formerly SSB 3001.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2140 A bill for an act relating to airport registration and site approval by the department of transportation.(Formerly SSB 3049.) HF 2124 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2141 A bill for an act relating to the use of an electronic device in a voice-activated or hands-free mode while driving, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 330, SF 46.) SF 46, HF 75, HF 392, SF 330, HF 2129 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2142 A bill for an act relating to deer hunting licenses available to nonresident hunters.(See SF 2344.) SF 2344 KLIMESH
SF 2143 A bill for an act relating to the carrying, transportation, or possession of firearms on real property comprising a person’s place of employment.(See SF 2250.) SF 2250 SCHULTZ
SF 2144 A bill for an act relating to flashing lights equipped on motor vehicles, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 2346.) SF 2346 SHIPLEY
SF 2145 A bill for an act relating to the conveyance of guns in or on vehicles on public highways.(See SF 2317.) SF 2317, HF 2476 SCHULTZ
SF 2146 A bill for an act relating to a study regarding reimbursement for administrative days. SF 462 MATHIS
SF 2147 A bill for an act relating to the validation of Medicaid managed care organization encounter data, providing an appropriation, and providing an effective date. RAGAN and MATHIS
SF 2148 A bill for an act regarding donated leave by state employees.(See SF 2256.) SF 2256 ZAUN
SF 2149 A bill for an act relating to funding amounts for the statewide preschool program and including effective date and applicability provisions. SF 131 QUIRMBACH
SF 2150 A bill for an act relating to the college student aid commission, including vocational-technical tuition grants and skilled workforce shortage tuition grants, and making appropriations. J. SMITH, GIDDENS, TRONE GARRIOTT, RAGAN, KINNEY, WAHLS and CELSI
SF 2151 A bill for an act relating to the determination of funding for the statewide preschool program for four-year-old children and including applicability provisions. J. SMITH, KINNEY, GIDDENS, WAHLS, TRONE GARRIOTT, RAGAN and CELSI
SF 2152 A bill for an act relating to the inventory of state lands managed or owned by the department of natural resources.(See SF 2323.) SF 2323 KLIMESH
SF 2153 A bill for an act authorizing a local emergency management commission to assume the duties of a joint 911 service board.(See SF 2298.) SF 2298 KLIMESH
SF 2154 A bill for an act relating to science instruction and the Iowa core content standards applicable to certain specified students of school districts and accredited nonpublic schools. BOLKCOM
SF 2155 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. Applicability date: 06/30/2022. SF 70, HF 2015, HF 2368 BOLKCOM
SF 2156 A bill for an act relating to information to be provided, recorded, and reported by health care providers relative to certain vaccinations, and providing penalties.(See SF 2269.) HF 632, SF 477 SF 2269 GUTH
SF 2157 A bill for an act relating to medical cannabidiol by providing deductions from the individual and corporate income taxes for expenses incurred by medical cannabidiol manufacturers and dispensaries, and exempting the sale of medical cannabidiol products from the sales and use tax, and including retroactive applicability provisions. BROWN
SF 2158 A bill for an act relating to the printing and counting of absentee ballots by requiring a watermark, and including effective date provisions. CARLIN
SF 2159 A bill for an act relating to application of specific penalties to an assault on a social worker under certain circumstances.(See SF 2292.) HF 2094, SF 2292 BOLKCOM
SF 2160 A bill for an act relating to certain actions of utility companies and the Iowa utilities board and including applicability provisions. HF 2320 J. TAYLOR
SF 2161 A bill for an act establishing a return to work incentive program, making an appropriation, and including effective date provisions. KINNEY
SF 2162 A bill for an act relating to the authority of a law enforcement officer over local businesses operating during an annual recreational bicycle ride across the state. DICKEY
SF 2163 A bill for an act relating to a mental health service providers competitive grant program for school districts and area education agencies, making an appropriation, and including effective date provisions. SF 398 MATHIS
SF 2164 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for diagnostic breast cancer examinations, and including applicability provisions. SF 136, HF 874 SWEENEY
SF 2165 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for prescription drugs used in the treatment of metastatic cancer and associated conditions, and including applicability provisions. SF 116, HF 873 SWEENEY
SF 2166 A bill for an act concerning compensation and benefits limits, relating to the earnings limitation for retirees under the Iowa public employees’ retirement system and compensation limits for school corporation board members.(See SF 2266.) HF 2170, SF 2266 KRAAYENBRINK
SF 2167 A bill for an act relating to commercial and industrial property tax replacement payments and including effective date provisions. QUIRMBACH, TRONE GARRIOTT, PETERSEN, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER, GIDDENS, J. SMITH, JOCHUM, BOULTON, MATHIS, RAGAN, WAHLS and BOLKCOM
SF 2168 A bill for an act relating to violations by a health care facility.(Formerly SSB 3043.) HF 2172 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 2169 A bill for an act relating to assisted reproduction fraud, and providing penalties. SF 529, HF 2014, HF 2160 SWEENEY
SF 2170 A bill for an act prohibiting the burdening of a person’s free exercise of religion.(See SF 2284.) SF 2284 HF 2437 J. TAYLOR, SCHULTZ, GARRETT, WILLIAMS, GREEN, JOHNSON and COSTELLO
SF 2171 A bill for an act relating to programs and services under the purview of the department of human services including child care assistance, child and family services, foster care, adoption, and the dependent adult abuse information registry.(Formerly SSB 3066.) HF 2252 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 2172 A bill for an act relating to alcoholic beverage control concerning the sale of beer and liquor for resale. HF 2379 COURNOYER
SF 2173 A bill for an act relating to the use of a simulated firearm or simulated explosive when committing a robbery, the criminal offense of intimidation, or other crimes, and providing penalties.(See SF 2360.) SF 2360 KINNEY
SF 2174 A bill for an act relating to child welfare, including provisions relating to foster care and the child advocacy board.(Formerly SSB 3077.) HF 2390 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 2175 A bill for an act making an appropriation to support efforts relating to the U.S.S. Iowa and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 2050.) HF 2002, SF 2050, HF 2147 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 2176 A bill for an act relating to programs within the department of natural resources, including specifications of procedures relating to solid waste disposal and the repeal of the state interagency Missouri river authority and the mercury-free recycling Act. (Formerly SSB 3041.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. HF 2356 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2177 A bill for an act relating to matters under the purview of the department of natural resources, including administration, dams and spillways, personal flotation devices, and operating a motorboat or sailboat while intoxicated, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 3040.) COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2178 A bill for an act relating to the modification and extension of a no-contact order.(Formerly SSB 3027.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2179 A bill for an act relating to penalties for the manufacture, delivery, or possession with the intent to manufacture or deliver heroin.(Formerly SSB 3011.) HF 2462 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2180 A bill for an act relating to driver’s licenses and nonoperator identification cards for victims of domestic abuse. KINNEY
SF 2181 A bill for an act relating to the enforcement of the lake Manawa and Waubonsie state park user fee pilot programs, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See SF 2353, SF 2373.) SF 2353, SF 2373 DAWSON and COSTELLO
SF 2182 A bill for an act relating to taking feral hogs from an aircraft. DAWSON and SCHULTZ
SF 2183 A bill for an act relating to antisemitism in the state of Iowa.(Formerly SSB 3010.) HF 2220 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2184 A bill for an act creating the community law enforcement enhancement fund and providing an appropriation. SF 446 QUIRMBACH, TRONE GARRIOTT, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER, GIDDENS, J. SMITH, JOCHUM, BOULTON, MATHIS, RAGAN, WAHLS, BOLKCOM and KINNEY
SF 2185 A bill for an act relating to documents that may be filed pro se by a defendant represented by counsel or an applicant for postconviction relief represented by counsel.(Formerly SSB 3015.) HF 2222 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2186 A bill for an act relating to public employee collective bargaining concerning the designation of public safety officers and providing for retention and recertification elections. SF 57 T. TAYLOR
SF 2187 A bill for an act relating to the information required on an application for a driver’s license or nonoperator’s identification card. SWEENEY
SF 2188 A bill for an act eliminating specific requirements relating to no smoking signs or symbols.(Formerly SSB 3030.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2189 A bill for an act relating to public utility access to public road rights-of-way.(Formerly SSB 3057.) HF 2035, HF 2296 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2190 A bill for an act relating to the use of child labor for certain bakery machine occupations utilizing pizza dough rollers. (Formerly SSB 3072.) Effective date: 07/01/2022 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 2191 A bill for an act relating to authorized uses of interest earned on funds in the flood recovery fund and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3007.) HF 2138, HF 2515 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2192 A bill for an act concerning state agency response to a proclamation of disaster emergency.(Formerly SSB 3029.) HF 2295 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2193 A bill for an act relating to cognitive screenings by audiologists and speech pathologists.(Formerly SF 2015.) SF 2015 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2194 A bill for an act relating to preneed sellers and purchase agreements for cemetery merchandise, funeral merchandise, and funeral services, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3058.) HF 2155 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2195 A bill for an act establishing the mental health professional loan repayment program within the college student aid commission.(Formerly SSB 3003.) HF 2137, HF 2549 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2196 A bill for an act relating to fees charged to employees by employers for copies of personnel files.(Formerly SF 355, SSB 1024.) SF 355 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2197 A bill for an act providing for the establishment of a task force related to special education support for students at nonpublic schools. (Formerly SF 168.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. SF 168 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2198 A bill for an act relating to the prohibition of certain specified materials in schools and school libraries and providing penalties.(See SF 2364.) SF 2364 CHAPMAN
SF 2199 A bill for an act relating to funding sources for preschool programs and including effective date provisions. TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 2200 A bill for an act relating to the composition of the boards of directors of school districts by including nonvoting student members. HF 2184 TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 2201 A bill for an act relating to the statewide preschool program by modifying provisions relating to eligibility, funding, and compulsory attendance and including applicability provisions. HF 14, HF 318 TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 2202 A bill for an act relating to education, including eligibility for grants under the teach Iowa scholar program, licenses issued by the board of educational examiners, and the use of revenues from the district management levy, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3067; See SF 2377.) SF 2377 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2203 A bill for an act relating to meetings of the boards of directors of school districts and including effective date provisions.(See SF 2357.) SF 2357 GOODWIN
SF 2204 A bill for an act relating to public school funding by establishing the state percent of growth and the categorical state percent of growth for the budget year beginning July 1, 2022, modifying provisions relating to the regular program state cost per pupil, modifying provisions relating to the property tax replacement payment and the transportation equity payments, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3090.) HF 2316 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2205 A bill for an act relating to the rights of students enrolled in school districts or charter schools and the rights of parents and guardians of those students.(Formerly SSB 3079.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2206 A bill for an act relating to state and local revenue and finances by modifying sales and use taxes, individual and corporate income taxes, the franchise tax, the insurance premiums tax, the equipment tax, the automobile rental excise tax, the water service tax, and local option taxes, crediting moneys to the natural resources and outdoor recreation trust fund, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3074.) HF 2317 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2207 A bill for an act prohibiting the state and political subdivisions of the state from expending public moneys for payment to persons responsible for ransomware attacks. NUNN
SF 2208 A bill for an act relating to consumer data protection, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. HF 2506 NUNN
SF 2209 A bill for an act relating to the practice of barbering and cosmetology arts and sciences and providing transition provisions. SF 164, SF 540 REICHMAN
SF 2210 A bill for an act relating to health care employment agencies, and providing penalties. HF 2371, HF 2521 EDLER
SF 2211 A bill for an act relating to homeownership by creating the home loan program fund and the housing renewal program fund within the Iowa finance authority and amending qualifications for individual development accounts, and making appropriations and transfers. COURNOYER
SF 2212 A bill for an act relating to chiropractic treatment for animals by persons licensed to practice chiropractic. GREEN
SF 2213 A bill for an act relating to the delivery of restaurant food pursuant to a third-party food delivery service.(See SF 2320.) HF 2408, SF 2320 KOELKER
SF 2214 A bill for an act establishing a therapeutic foster care services study committee. EDLER
SF 2215 A bill for an act relating to the administration of the habitat and public access program and establishing an annual payment under the program. DICKEY
SF 2216 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of state intensive psychiatric units at the state mental health institutes. EDLER
SF 2217 A bill for an act relating to requirements for veteran special registration plates.(See SF 2289.) SF 2289 SWEENEY
SF 2218 A bill for an act relating to sexual abuse evidence collection kits. PETERSEN
SF 2219 A bill for an act relating to the transferability of free deer hunting licenses for use on farm units. DICKEY
SF 2220 A bill for an act relating to sales of native distilled spirits by a native distillery. SF 2120, HF 2314 COURNOYER
SF 2221 A bill for an act relating to school district class size and student performance, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions. TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 2222 A bill for an act relating to the juvenile detention home fund. EDLER
SF 2223 A bill for an act relating to disciplinary proceedings under civil service.(See SF 2278.) SF 2278 COURNOYER
SF 2224 A bill for an act relating to utility service cost disclosures in connection with certain rental properties, providing civil penalties, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3113; See SF 2308.) SF 2308 NUNN
SF 2225 A bill for an act relating to the possession of marijuana, and providing penalties. HF 648, SF 533 T. TAYLOR
SF 2226 A bill for an act relating to criminal law including the disclosure of a defendant’s privileged records in a criminal action, permanent no-contact orders, penalties for domestic abuse assault, limitations on criminal actions involving certain sexual offenses, criminal sentencing and corrections, parole and work release, crime victim rights, discovery in criminal actions, postconviction relief procedure, and certain reporting requirements, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 2328.) SF 2328 CHAPMAN
SF 2227 A bill for an act relating to certain emergency services provided by a city.(See SF 2277.) SF 2277 KOELKER
SF 2228 A bill for an act relating to the transfer of ownership of certain foreign vehicles.(Formerly SF 2070.) SF 2070, HF 2341 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2229 A bill for an act relating to the display of a county name on vehicle registration plates.(Formerly SSB 3045.) HF 2342 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2230 A bill for an act providing for programs and regulations administered and enforced by the department of agriculture and land stewardship, providing fees, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 3095.) HF 2439, HF 2572, HF 2581 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 2231 A bill for an act relating to pharmacy benefits managers, pharmacies, and prescription drug benefits, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 2092.) SF 2092, HF 2384 HF 729 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2232 A bill for an act relating to the sale, lease, or rental of water treatment systems and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3056.) Effective date: 01/01/2023. Applicability date: 01/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2233 A bill for an act relating to terms used in the context of land surveying. (Formerly SF 2137.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. SF 2137 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2234 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a cold case investigation unit within the department of public safety.(Formerly SF 2103.) SF 2103 HF 63, SF 151, HF 312, SF 561 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2235 A bill for an act relating to excuse from jury service for persons at least seventy-two years of age.(Formerly SSB 3086.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2236 A bill for an act relating to post-arrest release after an initial appearance for persons taken into custody or arrested for certain sexual abuse offenses and no-contact orders.(Formerly SSB 3017.) HF 2079 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2237 A bill for an act relating to financial reporting by insurance holding company systems.(Formerly SSB 3062.) HF 2217 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2238 A bill for an act requiring primary elections for the nomination of candidates for city, school district, and merged area elections, and including applicability provisions. ZAUN
SF 2239 A bill for an act relating to high school event admission fees for people eighteen years of age or younger, making appropriations, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See SF 2306.) SF 2306 R. SMITH
SF 2240 A bill for an act relating to wills, including witness requirements for the execution of a will and procedure for wills to be admitted into probate.(Formerly SSB 3014.) HF 2078 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2241 A bill for an act relating to the apportionment of district associate judges.(Formerly SSB 3020.) HF 2338 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2242 A bill for an act relating to controlled substances, including amending the controlled substance schedules and information collection and reporting requirements under the Iowa prescription monitoring program, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3073.) HF 2201 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2243 A bill for an act relating to an experiential learning competitive grant program in the department of education, making an appropriation, and including effective date provisions. SF 518 GIDDENS and DOTZLER
SF 2244 A bill for an act establishing the nonprofit employer recruitment and retention loan repayment program within the college student aid commission and making appropriations. GIDDENS
SF 2245 A bill for an act providing a personal use exemption from licensing requirements of the Meat and Poultry Inspection Act. (Formerly SSB 3051.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 2246 A bill for an act relating to remote testimony in civil and criminal court proceedings.(Formerly SSB 3061.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2247 A bill for an act relating to the trading and holding of certain securities by members of the general assembly and their spouses and including applicability provisions. NUNN
SF 2248 A bill for an act relating to the state school foundation program and the calculation of minimum state foundation aid for school districts and including applicability provisions. HF 2136 ROWLEY
SF 2249 A bill for an act relating to unemployment benefits and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3096.) COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 2250 A bill for an act relating to the carrying, transportation, or possession of firearms on real property comprising a person’s place of employment.(Formerly SF 2143.) SF 2143 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 2251 A bill for an act concerning restrictions on workforce advertising by state agencies.(Formerly SSB 3097.) COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 2252 A bill for an act relating to identification markings on firearms and firearm parts, and providing penalties. BOLKCOM
SF 2253 A bill for an act relating to the discovery of evidence in a criminal or postconviction relief action involving victims of sexual abuse.(Formerly SSB 3018.) HF 2239 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2254 A bill for an act relating to paternity in certain actions before the juvenile court.(Formerly SSB 3026.) HF 2487 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2255 A bill for an act relating to the application of the certificate of need process only to nursing facilities.(Formerly SSB 3105.) COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 2256 A bill for an act regarding donated leave by state employees.(Formerly SF 2148.) SF 2148 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 2257 A bill for an act relating to juvenile justice including juvenile delinquency, child in need of assistance and family in need of assistance proceedings, juvenile justice reform, and juvenile court expenses and costs, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3102.) HF 2507 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 2258 A bill for an act relating to the release of nursing facility reimbursement rates under the Medicaid program. HF 2171 COSTELLO
SF 2259 A bill for an act relating to damages owed by a person at fault in crashes and collisions involving commercial motor vehicles. DICKEY
SF 2260 A bill for an act providing for the adoption of certain animals confined by research facilities. Effective date: 07/01/2022 DAWSON
SF 2261 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle registration fees for disabled veterans.(Formerly SSB 3036.) COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 2262 A bill for an act relating to the annual registration fee for certain vehicles owned by a volunteer fire fighter. DICKEY
SF 2263 A bill for an act relating to the confirmation by the senate of certain appointees. (Formerly SSB 3075.) SF 423 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2264 A bill for an act appropriating moneys to the Iowa finance authority for the home ownership assistance program for eligible service members.(Formerly SSB 3078.) COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 2265 A bill for an act relating to restrictions regarding companies boycotting Israel.(Formerly SSB 3089.) HF 2373 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2266 A bill for an act concerning compensation and benefits limits, relating to the earnings limitation for retirees under the Iowa public employees’ retirement system and compensation limits for school corporation board members, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 2166.) Effective date: Enactment, 03/23/2022. HF 2170, SF 2166 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2267 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of emergency response districts. (Formerly SF 2099.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. SF 2099 HF 248, HF 683 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2268 A bill for an act relating to child care center staff ratios, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3065.) HF 2131 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 2269 A bill for an act relating to information to be provided, recorded, and reported by health care providers relative to certain vaccinations, and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 2156.) HF 632, SF 477, SF 2156 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2270 A bill for an act relating to state aid for juvenile detention homes, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. MATHIS
SF 2271 A bill for an act relating to the investment of certain public funds in companies that are owned or controlled by Chinese military or government services. SF 499, HF 2290 GUTH, KLIMESH, WILLIAMS, DICKEY, KRAAYENBRINK, JOHNSON, J. TAYLOR and SCHULTZ
SF 2272 A bill for an act codifying a first home buyer program administered by the Iowa finance authority. J. SMITH
SF 2273 A bill for an act relating to the future ready Iowa skilled workforce last-dollar scholarship program, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions. J. SMITH
SF 2274 A bill for an act relating to the records of the Iowa public broadcasting board.(Formerly SSB 3028.) HF 2488 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2275 A bill for an act relating to matters under the purview of the state, including unemployment benefits and civil torts.(Formerly SSB 3093.) HF 2279 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2276 A bill for an act relating to direct health care agreements, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3071.) HF 289, HF 625, HF 2200 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2277 A bill for an act relating to certain emergency services provided by a city.(Formerly SF 2227.) SF 2227 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2278 A bill for an act relating to disciplinary proceedings under civil service.(Formerly SF 2223.) SF 2223 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2279 A bill for an act regarding electronic submission of bids for public improvement contracts. (Formerly SSB 3119.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. HF 2366 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2280 A bill for an act relating to certain deadlines relating to the informal review and protest of property assessments in counties declared to be a disaster area.(Formerly SSB 3120.) COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2281 A bill for an act relating to the authority of a county treasurer to postpone or cancel an annual tax sale.(Formerly SSB 3121.) HF 2359 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2282 A bill for an act providing for the removal of municipal utility board members under specified circumstances and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3087.) HF 2475 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2283 A bill for an act relating to required considerations by a county compensation board.(Formerly SSB 3117.) SF 108, HF 2430 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2284 A bill for an act prohibiting the burdening of a person’s free exercise of religion.(Formerly SF 2170.) SF 2170 HF 2437 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2285 A bill for an act relating to zoning by counties and cities, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 2096.) Effective date: Enactment, 07/01/2022, 04/21/2022. SF 2096 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2286 A bill for an act relating to railroad train length limits, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 2051.) HF 278, HF 2339 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 2287 A bill for an act relating to used catalytic converter transactions, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 3088.) Effective date: 07/01/2022 HF 2387 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2288 A bill for an act relating to life insurance company or association investments in foreign countries other than Canada, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3069.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. Applicability date: 01/01/2023. HF 2219 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2289 A bill for an act relating to requirements for veteran special registration plates.(Formerly SF 2217.) SF 2217 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 2290 A bill for an act establishing a dairy processing and milk production innovation and revitalization fund and program to be administered by the economic development authority, in consultation with the department of agriculture and land stewardship, and requiring the department to study the feasibility of establishing an artisanal dairy processing program at a community college or at an institution governed by the state board of regents. (Formerly SSB 3135.) HF 2308 HF 2433 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 2291 A bill for an act relating to para-educators holding substitute authorizations and including effective date provisions. HF 2493 ADMINISTRATIVE RULES REVIEW COMMITTEE
SF 2292 A bill for an act relating to application of specific penalties to an assault on a social worker under certain circumstances.(Formerly SF 2159.) HF 2094, SF 2159 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2293 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa drug policy coordinator and the Iowa drug policy advisory council.(Formerly SSB 3024.) HF 427, HF 2367 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2294 A bill for an act relating to nonsubstantive Code corrections, and including retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3110.) HF 2463 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2295 A bill for an act relating to statutory corrections which may adjust language to reflect current practices, insert earlier omissions, delete redundancies and inaccuracies, delete temporary language, resolve inconsistencies and conflicts, update ongoing provisions, or remove ambiguities, and including retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3109.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. Applicability date: 07/01/2021, 07/01/2020. HF 2492 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2296 A bill for an act relating to a peace officer’s search of garbage placed outside of a person’s residence for waste collection in a publicly accessible area. (Formerly SF 2111.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. SF 2111 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2297 A bill for an act relating to jury service disqualification for certain felons.(Formerly SF 2091.) SF 2091 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2298 A bill for an act authorizing a local emergency management commission to assume the duties of a joint 911 service board. (Formerly SF 2153.) Effective date: 07/01/2022 SF 2153 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2299 A bill for an act relating to the disabled veteran homestead tax credit and the military service property tax exemption and credit and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 2107, HF 2287 BOULTON
SF 2300 A bill for an act including the loss of or lost use of a shoulder as a compensable injury for second injury fund benefits. BOULTON
SF 2301 A bill for an act relating to temporary, seasonal layoffs that may waive or alter work search requirements for unemployment benefits. BOULTON
SF 2302 A bill for an act relating to prohibitions on noncompete covenants and including applicability provisions. SF 496, HF 2134 BOULTON
SF 2303 A bill for an act relating to corporations by providing for the use of electronic mail and other electronic transmissions, and shareholders’ lists.(Formerly SSB 3083.) HF 2469 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2304 A bill for an act relating to providing family and medical leave for railroad employees and providing a penalty. T. TAYLOR
SF 2305 A bill for an act regarding port authorities, including by allowing port authorities to enter into certain loan agreements and lease contracts.(Formerly SSB 3070.) HF 812 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2306 A bill for an act relating to high school event admission fees for people eighteen years of age or younger, making appropriations, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 2239.) SF 2239 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2307 A bill for an act relating to professional licensing boards, including requirements related to the submission of official transcripts or diplomas.(Formerly SSB 3114.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2308 A bill for an act relating to utility service cost disclosures in connection with certain rental properties, providing civil penalties, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 2224, SSB 3113.) SF 2224 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2309 A bill for an act relating to milk and associated products, by providing for certain items relating to milk to be transferred directly to individuals by milk producers owning or operating certain dairy farms, providing for the labeling of raw milk and associated products, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 3126.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2310 A bill for an act relating to multiple housing cooperatives, including by providing for the conversion to a cooperative under the Iowa cooperative associations Act and merger with a limited liability company. (Formerly SSB 3124.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. HF 2383 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2311 A bill for an act relating to the adoption and use of certain general permits issued by the department of natural resources.(Formerly SSB 3052.) HF 2347 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2312 A bill for an act relating to the acquisition of real property by county conservation boards and the department of natural resources.(Formerly SSB 3134.) COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2313 A bill for an act relating to communication methods regarding the disposition of unclaimed property and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3127.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2314 A bill for an act increasing the amount of cash reserves mental health and disability services regions may have before affecting quarterly payment amounts and incentive fund eligibility.(Formerly SSB 3116.) SF 2118 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 2315 A bill for an act relating to probate indigent defense fees and trial transcript fees.(Formerly SSB 3060.) HF 2490 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2316 A bill for an act relating to trusts, including optional notices to creditors when a will has been admitted to probate without administration and the trust is the beneficiary of the estate, trust accounting, specific powers of a trustee, and representation of holders of power and similar interests.(Formerly SSB 3111.) HF 2484 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2317 A bill for an act relating to the conveyance of guns in or on vehicles on public highways.(Formerly SF 2145.) SF 2145, HF 2476 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2318 A bill for an act relating to the solar energy system tax credit available against the individual or corporate income tax, the franchise tax, and the moneys and credits tax, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 221, HF 323, SF 215, HF 641 T. TAYLOR
SF 2319 A bill for an act prohibiting the use of automated or remote systems for traffic law enforcement, including prohibiting the sharing of related information and requiring the removal of existing systems, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3012.) HF 249, SF 516 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2320 A bill for an act relating to the delivery of restaurant food pursuant to a third-party food delivery service.(Formerly SF 2213.) SF 2213, HF 2408 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2321 A bill for an act relating to utility-scale solar energy facilities installation on agricultural land.(Formerly SF 2127.) SF 2127 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 2322 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a person requests examination and copying of public records. (Formerly SF 480, SF 218.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. SF 218, HF 637, SF 480, HF 786 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2323 A bill for an act relating to the inventory of lands managed or owned by the department of natural resources or a county conservation board, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 2152.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. Applicability date: 07/01/2022. SF 2152 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2324 A bill for an act relating to the designation of real estate teams and the display of real estate licenses, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3115.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. Applicability date: 12/31/2022. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2325 A bill for an act related to matters under the purview of the economic development authority including the high quality jobs program, the Iowa energy center, and the workforce housing tax incentive program, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3032.) Effective date: Enactment, 03/23/2022. Applicability date: 07/01/2021. HF 2519 HF 2292 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2326 A bill for an act relating to the solar energy system tax credit, and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 2395 HF 2556 KLIMESH, DRISCOLL, JOHNSON and REICHMAN
SF 2327 A bill for an act relating to the appointment of counsel for indigent persons by the court in certain cases.(Formerly SSB 3021.) HF 2162, HF 2516 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2328 A bill for an act relating to criminal law including the disclosure of a defendant’s privileged records in a criminal action, no-contact orders, penalties for domestic abuse assault, limitations on criminal actions involving certain sexual offenses, criminal sentencing and corrections, parole and work release, crime victim rights, discovery in criminal actions, postconviction relief procedure, certain reporting requirements, conditional guilty pleas, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 2226.) SF 2226 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2329 A bill for an act relating to evidence, including spousal privilege and confidential communications between spouses, and the admissibility of evidence in a prosecution for physical abuse or a sexual offense upon or against a child, person with an intellectual disability, person with a cognitive impairment, or person with a developmental disability.(Formerly SSB 3016.) HF 2221 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2330 A bill for an act relating to the submission of a groundwater hazard statement.(Formerly SSB 3076.) HF 2343 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2331 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement of psychiatric intensive inpatient care under the Medicaid program.(Formerly SSB 3144.) HF 2125, HF 2546 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 2332 A bill for an act relating to pretrial bond amounts for certain felonies.(Formerly SF 2090.) SF 2090 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2333 A bill for an act relating to the uniform commercial code by providing for controllable electronic records.(Formerly SSB 3091.) HF 2445 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2334 A bill for an act relating to shotguns that may be used to hunt turkey. (Formerly SF 2138.) Effective date: 07/01/2022 SF 2138, HF 2370 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2335 A bill for an act relating to required documented consent prior to immunization or vaccination of a minor.(Formerly SF 2028.) SF 2028 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 2336 A bill for an act authorizing certain motor vehicles to display one registration plate.(Formerly SSB 3138.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2337 A bill for an act relating to third-party testers and test examiners for commercial driver’s license knowledge and driving skills tests. (Formerly SSB 3132.) Effective date: 07/01/2022 HF 2530 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2338 A bill for an act relating to department of transportation employees designated as peace officers, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3059.) HF 2345 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2339 A bill for an act relating to excused absences for public school district student mental health days. CELSI
SF 2340 A bill for an act relating to education, including responsibilities of the board of educational examiners with respect to background checks, endorsements, and authorizations, requiring the boards of directors of school districts to make payments to certain specified student teachers and full-time employees, requiring the boards of directors of school districts to hire a certain specified amount of substitute teachers, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions. CELSI
SF 2341 A bill for an act establishing a school mental health staff supplement, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions. CELSI
SF 2342 A bill for an act relating to student eligibility requirements in school district, accredited nonpublic school, charter school, community college, and regent institution athletics based on sex.(Formerly SSB 3146.) HF 2309, HF 2416 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2343 A bill for an act relating to the conduct of elections, including provisions related to absentee ballots, recounts, and contested gubernatorial elections and impeachments, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3143.) HF 2526 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2344 A bill for an act relating to deer hunting licenses available to nonresident hunters.(Formerly SF 2142.) SF 2142 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2345 A bill for an act relating to the newborn screening. (Formerly SSB 3122.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. HF 2539 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 2346 A bill for an act relating to flashing lights equipped on motor vehicles, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 2144.) SF 2144 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2347 A bill for an act relating to annual all-systems permits issued by the department of transportation for vehicles of excessive weight, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3106; See SF 2376.) SF 2376 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2348 A bill for an act relating to supplemental aid and modified supplemental amounts for certain school districts relating to open enrollment and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3103.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2349 A bill for an act relating to education, including establishing a student first scholarship program and a student first enrollment supplement fund, requiring the boards of directors of school districts to publish certain specified information, modifying provisions related to required social studies instruction, open enrollment, teacher librarian endorsements, competent private instruction, and special education, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3080; See SF 2369.) SF 2369 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2350 A bill for an act relating to alcoholic beverage control and licensing, providing for fees, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3140; See SF 2374.) SF 2374 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2351 A bill for an act requiring cursive instruction for students enrolled in public elementary schools.(Formerly SF 89.) SF 89 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2352 A bill for an act relating to automated or remote systems for traffic law enforcement, including by requiring data and alternative measures prior to implementation of such systems and by regulating the use and calibration of certain systems, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 2078.) SF 2078 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2353 A bill for an act relating to the enforcement of the lake Manawa and Waubonsie state park user fee pilot programs, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 2181; See SF 2373.) SF 2181, SF 2373 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2354 A bill for an act relating to pregnancy support including by creating the more options for maternal support program and expanding Medicaid postpartum coverage and making appropriations.(Formerly SSB 3145; See SF 2381.) SF 2381 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 2355 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of specified gas and electric utilities.(Formerly SSB 3125.) HF 2381 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2356 A bill for an act authorizing the boards of directors of school districts to engage certain specified individuals to serve without compensation as substitute teachers.(Formerly SSB 3085.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2357 A bill for an act relating to voting during meetings of the boards of directors of school districts and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 2203.) SF 2203 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2358 A bill for an act directing the department of education to convene an achievement gap working group.(Formerly SF 2112.) SF 2112 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2359 A bill for an act directing the department of education to convene a working group to study the impact of technology on the cognitive function of students.(Formerly SF 2107.) SF 2107 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2360 A bill for an act relating to the use of a simulated firearm or simulated explosive when committing certain criminal offenses, and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 2173.) SF 2173 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2361 A bill for an act relating to various matters under the purview of the state, including city and county zoning, work-based learning, recruitment of health care professionals, regulations affecting veterans and military spouses, insurance producer temporary licenses, and the state building code, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3123; See SF 2383.) HF 2527, HF 2569, SF 2383 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2362 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 school boards, school districts, the department of education, accredited nonpublic schools, charter schools, and children’s residential facilities, and the membership and voting units of county and city conference boards. (Formerly SSB 3104.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2363 A bill for an act relating to the requirements for a sex offender to be granted a modification of sex offender registry requirements. (Formerly SSB 3025.) Effective date: 07/01/2022. HF 489, HF 2161 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2364 A bill for an act relating to the dissemination of certain specified materials, including the prohibition of certain specified materials in schools and school libraries, civil actions to determine obscenity, and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 2198.) SF 2198 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2365 A bill for an act relating to domestic abuse risk assessment and deterrence. HF 2362 GIDDENS
SF 2366 A bill for an act relating to the assessment and taxation of wind energy conversion property and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3130.) Applicability date: Enactment, 01/01/2022. HF 2561 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2367 A bill for an act relating to sales, use, and motor vehicle fuel taxes administered by the department of revenue including distributions to local governments and school districts, the liability of sellers, tax refund and tax credit incentives, and motor fuel tax reporting modifications, and providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3063.) HF 2583 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2368 A bill for an act relating to education, including examinations administered to students by higher education institutions providing practitioner preparation, obligations of the department of education increasing the salary of initial teachers, modifying provisions related to endorsements issued by the board of educational examiners, and the use of certain specified school district moneys, and making appropriations. MATHIS, BOULTON, LYKAM, KINNEY, J. SMITH, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, HOGG, PETERSEN, JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT, BOLKCOM, RAGAN, T. TAYLOR, GIDDENS, WAHLS and CELSI
SF 2369 A bill for an act relating to education, including establishing a student first scholarship program, a student first operational sharing fund, and a process for investigating complaints against licensed practitioners, modifying provisions related to supplementary weighting, the rights of students enrolled in school districts or charter schools, the rights of parents and guardians of those students, social studies instruction, open enrollment, competent private instruction, special education, practitioner preparation programs, mandatory reporters, and the responsibilities of the department of education, school districts, charter schools, accredited nonpublic schools, and the board of educational examiners, and including notice, effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 2349, SSB 3080.) SF 2349 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2370 A bill for an act relating to aircraft, including special certificates issued to aircraft manufacturers, transporters, and dealers, and sales tax exemptions associated with aircraft, providing fees, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3152.) Effective date: 06/30/2022, 07/01/2022 Applicability date: 06/30/2022 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2371 A bill for an act relating to state and local finances and the duties and procedures of the department of revenue by providing for electronic filing, communications, and records, modifying transfer tax remittances, the assessment of property, the collection of debt, the refunds of certain fuel taxes, and the taxation of pass-through entities, reducing inheritance taxes for unknown heirs, establishing salaries, providing for a fee, making appropriations, and providing penalties, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3147.) HF 2552 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2372 A bill for an act relating to state taxation and administration by modifying sales and use taxes, individual and corporate income taxes, the franchise tax, and the insurance premiums tax, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3154.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2373 A bill for an act relating to the enforcement of the lake Manawa and Waubonsie state park user fee pilot programs, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 2353, SF 2181.) SF 2181, SF 2353 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2374 A bill for an act relating to alcoholic beverage control and licensing, providing for fees, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 2350, SSB 3140.) SF 2350 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2375 A bill for an act relating to the abatement of property taxes owed on property owned by certain volunteer emergency services providers and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 2083.) SF 2083 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2376 A bill for an act relating to annual all-systems permits issued by the department of transportation for vehicles of excessive weight, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 2347, SSB 3106.) Effective date: 01/01/2023 SF 2347 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2377 A bill for an act relating to education, including eligibility for grants under the teach Iowa scholar program, licenses issued by the board of educational examiners, and the use of revenues from the district management levy, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 2202, SSB 3067.) SF 2202 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2378 A bill for an act relating to beverages, including the barrel tax and the acceptance of beverage containers for refund value, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 2122.) SF 368, SF 470, SF 2122, HF 2122, HF 2571 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2379 A bill for an act relating to property law, including mobile homes and manufactured housing, rental agreements, landlord and tenant remedies for retaliation, wrongful failure to provide essential services, rent increases, the sale of manufactured home community or mobile home park, the repeal of the manufactured home community and mobile home tax, forcible entry and detainer actions, abandoned mobile homes, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3151.) HF 2441, HF 2562 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2380 A bill for an act to designate February 1 of each year as George Washington Carver Day. WHITVER and WAHLS
SF 2381 A bill for an act relating to pregnancy support including by creating the more options for maternal support program and expanding Medicaid postpartum coverage and making appropriations.(Formerly SF 2354, SSB 3145.) SF 2354 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2382 A bill for an act relating to electric motor vehicle registration fees for antique motor vehicles.(Formerly SSB 3155.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2383 A bill for an act relating to various matters under the purview of the state, including city and county inspections, work-based learning, recruitment of health care professionals, regulations affecting veterans and military spouses, insurance producer temporary licenses, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 2361, SSB 3123.) Effective date: 07/01/2022 SF 2361, HF 2527, HF 2569 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2384 A bill for an act relating to state and local finances by making appropriations, providing for legal and regulatory responsibilities, providing for other properly related matters, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3162.) COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2385 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations involving certain state departments, agencies, funds, and certain other entities, providing for regulatory authority, providing for other properly related matters, and including contingent effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3163.) HF 2565 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SCR 1 A concurrent resolution urging Congress to enact legislation to limit the interest rates collected or imposed by the United States Department of Education for certain federal student college loans.(See SCR 4.) SCR 4 ZAUN
SCR 2 A concurrent resolution urging the members of the Congress of the United States to propose an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to require that the Supreme Court of the United States be composed of nine justices. WHITING, GARRETT, JOHNSON, J. TAYLOR, CHAPMAN, CARLIN, DAWSON, LOFGREN, REICHMAN, GREEN, SCHULTZ, GUTH, COSTELLO, COURNOYER, ROZENBOOM, SHIPLEY, R. SMITH, ZAUN, EDLER, ZUMBACH, SINCLAIR, KLIMESH and WILLIAMS
SCR 3 A concurrent resolution relating to the joint rules governing lobbyists of the Senate and House of Representatives for the Eighty-ninth General Assembly.(Formerly SSB 1093.) COMMITTEE ON ETHICS
SCR 4 A concurrent resolution urging Congress to enact legislation to limit the interest rates collected or imposed by the United States Department of Education for certain federal student college loans.(Formerly SCR 1.) SCR 1 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SCR 5 A concurrent resolution encouraging the United States Congress to provide flexibility to the states in determining visitation practices in nursing facilities. CHAPMAN
SCR 6 A concurrent resolution relating to the compensation of chaplains, officers, and employees of the eighty-ninth general assembly.(Formerly SSB 1251.) COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SCR 7 A concurrent resolution relating to expressing support for the federal Protecting the Right to Organize Act. HCR 11 WAHLS
SCR 8 A concurrent resolution to provide for adjournment sine die. RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SCR 9 A concurrent resolution to provide for adjournment sine die. WHITVER and WAHLS
SCR 101 A concurrent resolution urging the United States Drug Enforcement Administration to grant an exception to the classification of cannabis under schedule I of the federal Controlled Substances Act in Iowa.(See SCR 102.) SCR 102 ZAUN
SCR 102 A concurrent resolution urging the United States Drug Enforcement Administration to grant an exception to the classification of cannabis under schedule I of the federal Controlled Substances Act in Iowa.(Formerly SCR 101.) SCR 101 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SCR 103 A concurrent resolution to approve and confirm the appointment of Bernardo Granwehr as Ombudsman. WHITVER
SCR 104 A concurrent resolution calling upon the President of the United States, the United States Congress, the Governor, the executive branch of Iowa, and the Iowa General Assembly to work to improve communities by bolstering the care workforce. HCR 8 JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, QUIRMBACH, WAHLS, BOLKCOM, RAGAN, MATHIS, BOULTON, LYKAM, PETERSEN, CELSI, J. SMITH, KINNEY, DOTZLER and T. TAYLOR
HR 1 A resolution for the selection and appointment of secretaries and pages. DOLECHECK
HR 2 A resolution to arrange for opening the sessions with prayer. DOLECHECK
HR 3 A resolution relating to permanent rules of the House of Representatives for the Eighty-ninth General Assembly.(Formerly HSB 48.) COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION AND RULES
HR 4 A resolution honoring Crampton Linley for his heroic efforts in containing the Iowa State Capitol fire of 1904. WILLS
HR 5 A resolution designating the first Saturday of October, annually, as Ostomy Awareness Day. JACOBY
HR 6 A resolution designating the month of March, annually, as Precision Medicine and Biomarker Testing Awareness Month. A. MEYER
HR 7 A resolution urging the Iowa High School Girls Athletic Union to sanction girls wrestling as a high school sport. JONES, MOORE, EHLERT, BENNETT, STONE, KONFRST, BOHANNAN, GUSTAFSON, WOLFE, McCLINTOCK, B. MEYER, JACOBY, BOSSMAN, THORUP, HANSEN, LOHSE, BROWN-POWERS, SIEGRIST and BLOOMINGDALE
HR 8 A resolution urging the Congress of the United States to grant additional authority to the Federal Communications Commission to restrict unwanted robocalls and call spoofing, and urging the Federal Communications Commission to educate the public on how to report unlawful telephone calls. GOBBLE, LOHSE, SMITH, BROWN-POWERS, FISHER, BOSSMAN, THORUP, CAHILL, WESTRICH, INGELS, BRADLEY, ANDREWS, JENEARY, A. MEYER, BODEN, HUNTER, McCONKEY, BRECKENRIDGE, MOORE, STECKMAN, LATHAM, NORDMAN, OSMUNDSON, DOLECHECK, GRABER, BUSH, SORENSEN, KLEIN and GERHOLD
HR 9 A resolution recognizing Joseph R. Biden as the legitimately elected President of the United States. ISENHART
HR 10 A resolution honoring the achievements and contributions of Steve Ovel. A. MEYER, MOHR, KRESSIG, DEYOE, SIECK, JACOBY, NIELSEN, DONAHUE, HEIN, SIEGRIST, COHOON, KAUFMANN, PAUSTIAN, BERGAN, EHLERT, MOMMSEN, STAED, HANSEN, BOHANNAN, MASCHER, GJERDE, RUNNING-MARQUARDT, BENNETT, WORTHAN and FRY
HR 11 A resolution designating October 13, annually, as Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day. GAINES and THEDE
HR 12 A resolution recognizing the national significance of therapy animals and their human handlers and designating April 30, 2021, as National Therapy Animal Day in Iowa. GJERDE
HR 13 A resolution recognizing and congratulating the University of Iowa Hawkeyes women’s basketball team on the 2020-2021 college basketball season and for qualifying for the 2021 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1 women’s basketball tournament. MASCHER
HR 14 A resolution recognizing and congratulating the University of Iowa Hawkeyes men’s basketball team on the 2020-2021 college basketball season and for qualifying for the 2021 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1 men’s basketball tournament as a No. 2 seed in the West Region. MASCHER
HR 15 A resolution urging the members of the General Assembly to request that a special session be held to commemorate the one hundred seventy-fifth anniversary of Iowa attaining statehood. HITE, BLOOMINGDALE, A. MEYER, LUNDGREN, DOLECHECK, WILLS, MAXWELL, HEIN, GUSTAFSON, NORDMAN, BACON, KLEIN, STONE, BRADLEY, INGELS, SORENSEN, GERHOLD, SIEGRIST, SALMON, MOMMSEN, WHEELER, BRINK, FISHER, KAUFMANN, WORTHAN, PAUSTIAN, MITCHELL, KERR, ANDREWS, WESTRICH, OSMUNDSON and GRABER
HR 16 A resolution declaring the intent of the House of Representatives to do all that is in its power to protect the constitutional right of Iowans to keep and bear arms. WINDSCHITL, SEXTON, GRABER, A. MEYER, SALMON, KERR, SIECK, GUSTAFSON, STONE, WORTHAN, GERHOLD, BUSH, JENEARY, BRADLEY, DEYOE, BEST, KLEIN, INGELS, JACOBSEN, MOORE, CISNEROS, OSMUNDSON, FISHER, DOLECHECK, WILLS, HITE, BODEN, MOMMSEN, JONES, WHEELER, PAUSTIAN, FRY, LUNDGREN, NORDMAN, GRASSLEY, LATHAM, BACON, SIEGRIST, McCLINTOCK, HOLT, ANDREWS, GOBBLE, BOSSMAN, BLOOMINGDALE, SHIPLEY, SORENSEN, THOMPSON, BERGAN, KAUFMANN, WESTRICH, MITCHELL, HEIN, THORUP and MAXWELL
HR 17 A resolution urging the United States Congress to oppose efforts to expand the Supreme Court of the United States. WINDSCHITL, SEXTON, GRABER, A. MEYER, SALMON, KERR, SIECK, GUSTAFSON, STONE, WORTHAN, GERHOLD, BUSH, JENEARY, BRADLEY, DEYOE, BEST, KLEIN, INGELS, MOORE, JACOBSEN, CISNEROS, OSMUNDSON, FISHER, DOLECHECK, WILLS, BODEN, HITE, MOMMSEN, JONES, WHEELER, PAUSTIAN, FRY, LUNDGREN, NORDMAN, GRASSLEY, LATHAM, BACON, SIEGRIST, HOLT, McCLINTOCK, GOBBLE, ANDREWS, BOSSMAN, BLOOMINGDALE, SHIPLEY, SORENSEN, THOMPSON, BERGAN, KAUFMANN, WESTRICH, MITCHELL, HEIN, THORUP and MAXWELL
HR 18 A resolution recognizing Iowa’s commitment to private property rights, to the Iowans employed in the livestock industry, and the threat that socialism poses to the rights of Iowans to make their own choices free from government coercion regarding the production of livestock and the consumption of food including meat. WINDSCHITL, SEXTON, GRABER, A. MEYER, SALMON, KERR, SIECK, STONE, GUSTAFSON, WORTHAN, GERHOLD, BUSH, JENEARY, BRADLEY, DEYOE, BEST, KLEIN, INGELS, MOORE, JACOBSEN, CISNEROS, OSMUNDSON, FISHER, DOLECHECK, WILLS, HITE, BODEN, MOMMSEN, JONES, WHEELER, PAUSTIAN, FRY, LUNDGREN, NORDMAN, GRASSLEY, LATHAM, BACON, SIEGRIST, McCLINTOCK, HOLT, ANDREWS, GOBBLE, BLOOMINGDALE, BOSSMAN, SHIPLEY, SORENSEN, THOMPSON, BERGAN, KAUFMANN, WESTRICH, MITCHELL, HEIN and MAXWELL
HR 101 A resolution honoring the Paralympic achievements of Mr. Josh Turek. McCONKEY, JACOBSEN and SIEGRIST
HR 102 A resolution honoring the life and service of Representative John Landon. GOBBLE, ABDUL-SAMAD, ANDERSON, ANDREWS, BACON, BAXTER, BENNETT, BERGAN, BEST, BLOOMINGDALE, BODEN, BOHANNAN, BOSSMAN, BOUSSELOT, BRADLEY, BRINK, BROWN-POWERS, BUSH, CAHILL, CISNEROS, COHOON, DEYOE, DOLECHECK, DONAHUE, DUNWELL, EHLERT, FISHER, FORBES, FRY, GAINES, GERHOLD, GJERDE, GRABER, GRASSLEY, GUSTAFSON, HALL, HANSEN, HEIN, HITE, HOLT, HUNTER, INGELS, ISENHART, JACOBSEN, JACOBY, JAMES, JENEARY, JONES, JUDGE, KAUFMANN, KERR, KLEIN, KONFRST, KRESSIG, KURTH, LATHAM, LOHSE, LUNDGREN, MASCHER, MAXWELL, McCLINTOCK, McCONKEY, A. MEYER, B. MEYER, MITCHELL, MOHR, MOMMSEN, MOORE, NIELSEN, NORDMAN, OLDSON, OLSON, OSMUNDSON, PAUSTIAN, PRICHARD, RUNNING-MARQUARDT, SALMON, SEXTON, SHIPLEY, SIECK, SIEGRIST, SMITH, SORENSEN, STAED, STECKMAN, STONE, SUNDE, THEDE, THOMPSON, THORUP, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, WESTRICH, WHEELER, WILBURN, WILLIAMS, WILLS, WINCKLER, WINDSCHITL, WOLFE and WORTHAN
HR 103 A resolution honoring the life of Duane King. JACOBSEN
HR 104 A resolution conferring authority upon the standing Committee on Judiciary to conduct an investigation into the conduct of the chairperson, Judge Kurt J. Stoebe, of the Judicial District 2B Judicial Nominating Commission and all matters reasonably related thereto. HOLT
HR 105 A resolution designating October 13, annually, as Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day. GAINES and THEDE
HR 106 A resolution to recognize the Iowa Small Business Development Centers and honor 2022 award winners. A. MEYER, BEST, LUNDGREN, STECKMAN, ISENHART and JAMES
HR 107 A resolution designating February 23, annually, as Utility Worker Appreciation Day. LUNDGREN, WILLS, KAUFMANN, BLOOMINGDALE and JUDGE
HR 108 A resolution recognizing and affirming support for Ukrainian sovereignty and firmly stating that the people of Iowa stand on the side of freedom and individual self-determination and self-governance. WINDSCHITL, ABDUL-SAMAD, ANDERSON, ANDREWS, BACON, BAXTER, BENNETT, BERGAN, BEST, BLOOMINGDALE, BODEN, BOHANNAN, BOSSMAN, BOUSSELOT, BRADLEY, BRINK, BROWN-POWERS, BUSH, CAHILL, CISNEROS, COHOON, DEYOE, DOLECHECK, DONAHUE, DUNWELL, EHLERT, FISHER, FORBES, FRY, GAINES, GERHOLD, GJERDE, GOBBLE, GRABER, GRASSLEY, GUSTAFSON, HALL, HANSEN, HEIN, HITE, HOLT, HUNTER, INGELS, ISENHART, JACOBSEN, JACOBY, JAMES, JENEARY, JONES, JUDGE, KAUFMANN, KERR, KONFRST, KRESSIG, KURTH, LATHAM, LOHSE, LUNDGREN, MASCHER, MAXWELL, McCLINTOCK, McCONKEY, A. MEYER, B. MEYER, MITCHELL, MOHR, MOMMSEN, MOORE, NIELSEN, NORDMAN, OLDSON, OLSON, OSMUNDSON, PAUSTIAN, PRICHARD, RUNNING-MARQUARDT, SALMON, SEXTON, SHIPLEY, SIECK, SIEGRIST, SORENSEN, STAED, STECKMAN, STONE, SUNDE, THEDE, THOMPSON, THORUP, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, WESTRICH, WHEELER, WILBURN, WILLIAMS, WILLS, WINCKLER, WOLFE and WORTHAN
HR 109 A resolution honoring the achievements and contributions of Gene Elliott. BLOOMINGDALE, HANSEN, MOORE, JACOBSEN, BACON, ANDREWS, SUNDE, STECKMAN, SHIPLEY, BRADLEY, GRABER, DOLECHECK, BEST, BOSSMAN, GRASSLEY, KERR, BERGAN, LOHSE and JUDGE
HR 110 A resolution honoring the work of the Iowa SIDS Foundation. JENEARY
HR 111 A resolution commemorating the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. STAED and BRADLEY
HR 112 A resolution honoring the nation of Taiwan. ANDREWS and SUNDE
HR 113 A resolution honoring Father Raphael Assamah for his dedication and service to the residents of Hamburg, Iowa, during the floods of 2019. JACOBSEN
HR 114 A resolution designating Tardive Dyskinesia Awareness Week. A. MEYER
HR 115 A resolution recognizing the Hoover Uncommon Public Service Award winner for 2022, Representative Cecil Dolecheck. KAUFMANN
HR 116 A resolution urging the United States Food and Drug Administration to take action necessary to improve labeling of imitation eggs and egg products. JONES, MOORE, WESTRICH, STONE, BERGAN, INGELS, WHEELER, KAUFMANN, BRINK, KLEIN, PAUSTIAN, LUNDGREN, LOHSE, WORTHAN, KERR, BLOOMINGDALE, ANDREWS, FISHER, WILLS, GRASSLEY, SORENSEN, JACOBSEN, BACON, THORUP, BODEN, NORDMAN, BUSH and LATHAM
HR 117 A resolution urging the United States Food and Drug Administration to take action necessary to improve labeling of milk and other dairy foods. INGELS, LATHAM, BERGAN, A. MEYER, FISHER, JONES, JENEARY, GERHOLD, BACON, BROWN-POWERS, BLOOMINGDALE, GOBBLE, BAXTER, BUSH, MOORE and SMITH
HR 118 A resolution urging Major League Baseball and the National Baseball Hall of Fame to reconsider each entity’s decision to ban Pete Rose. BACON, KAUFMANN, HEIN, JACOBSEN, MITCHELL, WILLS, WHEELER, SORENSEN, NORDMAN, BRINK, BOSSMAN, BEST, OLSON, KLEIN, THOMPSON, McCONKEY, SEXTON, BRADLEY, McCLINTOCK, MOORE, BAXTER, BOUSSELOT, COHOON, DUNWELL, WILLIAMS, SMITH, BROWN-POWERS, KRESSIG and JACOBY
HR 119 A resolution honoring Captain Nicholas Critelli, Jr., Esq., for his years of service in the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, Iowa Flotilla. JACOBSEN
HR 120 A resolution honoring the Danville Station Museum Anne Frank Connection. JACOBSEN
HR 121 A resolution commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the enactment of the Clean Water Act, recognizing the impact of the landmark legislation, and committing to necessary and appropriate legislative action to prevent water pollution, improve water quality, and protect public health. ISENHART, ABDUL-SAMAD, OLSON, KURTH, HUNTER, THEDE, BENNETT, ANDERSON, STAED, STECKMAN, WILLIAMS, HANSEN, McCONKEY, COHOON, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, SUNDE, EHLERT, BROWN-POWERS, KRESSIG, CAHILL, WILBURN, WINCKLER and DONAHUE
HR 122 A resolution urging the Governor and executive agencies to use federal funding to support climate adaptation, resilience, and equity in Iowa. ISENHART, ABDUL-SAMAD, OLSON, KURTH, HUNTER, THEDE, BENNETT, ANDERSON, STAED, STECKMAN, WILLIAMS, HALL, McCONKEY, COHOON, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, SUNDE, EHLERT, BROWN-POWERS, KRESSIG, CAHILL, WILBURN and DONAHUE
HJR 1 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa eliminating involuntary servitude as a punishment for crime. HUNTER
HJR 2 A joint resolution designating the regal fritillary as the official state butterfly of the State of Iowa. WESSEL-KROESCHELL
HJR 3 A joint resolution applying for an Article V convention to propose an amendment to the Constitution of the United States that imposes specified limitations on the members of Congress, and requesting Congress to similarly propose such an amendment. WILLS
HJR 4 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right of the people to keep and bear arms.(Formerly HSB 9.) SJR 1, SJR 7 COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY
HJR 5 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa that the Constitution of the State of Iowa does not recognize, grant, or secure a right to abortion or require the public funding of abortion. (Formerly HSB 41.) SJR 2 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HJR 6 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa limiting years of service for members of the general assembly. SJR 3 JACOBSEN and JENEARY
HJR 7 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the qualifications of electors.(Formerly HSB 13.) SJR 9 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HJR 8 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa providing that the people of the state have a right to hunt, fish, trap, and harvest wildlife. SJR 16 FISHER
HJR 9 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, and limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and requesting Congress to similarly propose such amendments. SJR 8 SJR 12, SJR 2002, HJR 2003, SJR 2004 WILLS, LUNDGREN and KAUFMANN
HJR 10 A joint resolution authorizing the temporary sale of merchandise at a toy benefit for Iowa children on the state capitol complex grounds. (Formerly HSB 160.) Effective date: 07/01/2021. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HJR 11 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the qualifications of electors.(Formerly HSB 143.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HJR 12 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right of the people to a clean environment. ISENHART, STAED, BROWN-POWERS, STECKMAN, HUNTER, ANDERSON and WINCKLER
HJR 2001 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right to read and restrictions relating to written materials used in educational institutions. JACOBY, McCONKEY, KRESSIG, HANSEN, KURTH, WILLIAMS, WILBURN, EHLERT, STECKMAN, OLSON, WESSEL-KROESCHELL and NIELSEN
HJR 2002 A joint resolution requesting the call of a constitutional convention for the purpose of proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to term limits for federal legislators. SJR 4, SJR 11 BRADLEY
HJR 2003 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and impose term limits on federal officials and members of Congress. SJR 2002 SJR 8, HJR 9, SJR 12, SJR 2004 WILLS, NORDMAN, DUNWELL, STONE, HEIN, KAUFMANN, BUSH, WESTRICH, MOHR, FRY and LUNDGREN
HJR 2004 A joint resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to term limits for elected officials and terms of office for judges. JACOBSEN
HJR 2005 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the gubernatorial line of succession. (Formerly HSB 582.) SJR 15 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HJR 2006 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to cannabis. SJR 2003 MASCHER, WOLFE, HUNTER and NIELSEN
HF 1 A bill for an act relating to the child and dependent care and early childhood development tax credits, and including applicability provisions.(See HF 230.) SF 119, HF 230 BOSSMAN
HF 2 A bill for an act relating to the construction of child care facilities by providing developers with sales and use tax refunds and income, franchise, moneys and credits, and gross premiums tax credits, providing for a fee, and including applicability provisions.(See HF 362, HF 712.) SF 122, HF 362, HF 712 BOSSMAN
HF 3 A bill for an act permitting businesses’ new onsite daycare facilities or businesses’ expansion of existing onsite daycare facilities to qualify as projects under the high quality jobs program, and making penalties applicable.(See HF 363, HF 606.) SF 176 HF 363, HF 606, SF 2055 BOSSMAN
HF 4 A bill for an act providing businesses with income, franchise, moneys and credits, and gross premiums tax credits for providing child care benefits to employees of the business, and including applicability date provisions.(See HF 370.) SF 123 HF 370 BOSSMAN
HF 5 A bill for an act expanding the health care professional recruitment program.(See HF 196.) HF 196 BOSSMAN
HF 6 A bill for an act establishing a child care workforce state matching grants program and fund administered by the early childhood Iowa state board to award matching state grants to eligible communities and making an appropriation.(See HF 301.) HF 301 A. MEYER
HF 7 A bill for an act creating a work group relating to child fatality protocol and alleged child abuse. SALMON
HF 8 A bill for an act relating to limitations regarding health data collection.(See HF 261.) HF 261 JONES
HF 9 A bill for an act relating to pretrial contact between a prosecuting witness who is a minor and the defendant.(See HF 709.) WHEELER
HF 10 A bill for an act relating to the court’s discretion to require conservators to post bond. SALMON
HF 11 A bill for an act relating to support of a child including support relative to the child’s completion of high school graduation or equivalency requirements.(See HF 416.) HF 416 HITE
HF 12 A bill for an act creating the Iowa job training tax credit program and including applicability provisions. JACOBY
HF 13 A bill for an act establishing a child care future zones program and fund within the economic development authority to award financial assistance to eligible persons involved in child care. JACOBY
HF 14 A bill for an act relating to the statewide preschool program by modifying provisions relating to eligibility, funding, and compulsory attendance and including applicability provisions.(See HF 318.) HF 318 SF 2201 BRINK
HF 15 A bill for an act providing for access to feminine hygiene products in public school restrooms. JACOBY
HF 16 A bill for an act relating to the termination of Medicaid managed care contracts, and including effective date provisions. JACOBY
HF 17 A bill for an act relating to eligibility for state child care assistance. JACOBY
HF 18 A bill for an act relating to abuse of a human corpse and providing penalties.(See HF 282.) HF 282 HITE
HF 19 A bill for an act prohibiting employment discrimination based on unemployment status and providing remedies. HUNTER
HF 20 A bill for an act requiring employers to provide employees with meal periods and rest periods and providing penalties. HUNTER
HF 21 A bill for an act relating to revitalization areas by authorizing cities and counties to provide property tax exemptions for certain property located in areas previously subjected to lending discrimination and including applicability provisions.(See HF 626.) HF 626 HITE
HF 22 A bill for an act relating to the hunting of black bears, and making penalties applicable. JACOBY
HF 23 A bill for an act relating to requirements for using a dog to track a wounded deer.(See HF 552.) SF 311 HF 552, SF 457 HOLT
HF 24 A bill for an act relating to firearm violence protective orders and making penalties applicable. HUNTER
HF 25 A bill for an act concerning review of disapproval of applications for liquor control licenses and permits by local authorities. HUNTER
HF 26 A bill for an act relating to the administration of elections, including voter identity verification, straight party voting, and absentee voting, and including applicability provisions. HF 134 HUNTER
HF 27 A bill for an act relating to the absentee voting period. JACOBY
HF 28 A bill for an act relating to the intentional avoidance of traffic-control devices, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(See HF 652.) HF 652 SALMON
HF 29 A bill for an act establishing a scenic byways enhancement fund, including by providing for voluntary contributions to the fund, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 486.) HF 486 JONES and BERGAN
HF 30 A bill for an act relating to golf cart operator exemptions from the state driver’s licensing requirements, and making penalties applicable. SF 48 JONES
HF 31 A bill for an act relating to overtime leave or pay earned by department of transportation highway maintenance employees. THORUP
HF 32 A bill for an act relating to reduced use of road salt on highways and streets. THORUP
HF 33 A bill for an act requiring the installation and maintenance of adult changing stations at highway rest areas.(See HF 492.) SF 38, HF 492 A. MEYER
HF 34 A bill for an act creating the new resident and new graduate tax credits, available against the individual income tax, and including retroactive applicability provisions. LOHSE
HF 35 A bill for an act providing for an Iowa individual income tax checkoff for qualified Iowa zoos, making an appropriation, and providing for the Act’s implementation. HUNTER
HF 36 A bill for an act providing for the future repeal of certain tax credits. HUNTER
HF 37 A bill for an act relating to private instruction by adding reporting requirements and requiring school districts to conduct health and safety visits for children placed under competent private instruction, independent private instruction, or private instruction. HUNTER
HF 38 A bill for an act relating to the sealing of juvenile delinquency records. WOLFE
HF 39 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of employment agencies and employers and making penalties applicable. HUNTER
HF 40 A bill for an act relating to payment of employees for time off and vacation leave, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions. HUNTER
HF 41 A bill for an act relating to unfair or discriminatory employment practices based upon issues relating to reproductive health, and including effective date provisions. HUNTER
HF 42 A bill for an act providing for the establishment of a school safety hotline, internet site, and mobile internet application, and providing penalties. HUNTER
HF 43 A bill for an act requiring certain peace officers, including tribal law enforcement officers, to wear and use a body camera and providing remedies. HUNTER
HF 44 A bill for an act defining infamous crime as election misconduct in the first degree that is vote fraud for the purposes of disqualifying a person from registering to vote and voting and from being a candidate for certain elective offices and limiting such disqualifications to the term of the sentence. HF 136 HUNTER
HF 45 A bill for an act excluding from the computation of net income for state individual income tax purposes a portion of the net capital gain from sales or exchanges of assets, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. LOHSE
HF 46 A bill for an act relating to licensing sanctions for certain governmental debts by restricting use of social security numbers.(See HF 774.) HF 774 SALMON
HF 47 A bill for an act relating to the filing requirements for the business property tax credit and including effective date provisions.(See HF 865.) HF 865 LOHSE
HF 48 A bill for an act relating to the repeal of the state inheritance tax and the state qualified use inheritance tax. SF 110 HF 841 WHEELER
HF 49 A bill for an act prohibiting tenure systems at the institutions of higher learning governed by the state board of regents, and including applicability provisions.(See HF 496.) HF 496 SF 41 HOLT
HF 50 A bill for an act relating to third-party payment of insurance benefits for medically necessary food, and vitamins and individual amino acids, for certain covered conditions, and including applicability provisions. HEIN
HF 51 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of an advanced opportunities program for certain students enrolled in public schools to take overload and dual credit courses, postsecondary credit-bearing and career and technical education certificate examinations, and career and technical education workforce training courses, and the award of scholarships for early graduation or obtaining certain amounts of postsecondary credit. SF 42 WILLS
HF 52 A bill for an act relating to the accreditation of the office of the state medical examiner. JONES
HF 53 A bill for an act relating to informed consent for medication abortions, and providing penalties.(See HF 383.) HF 383 HF 2119, HF 2389 LUNDGREN
HF 54 A bill for an act relating to the inpatient psychiatric bed tracking system. BRECKENRIDGE
HF 55 A bill for an act establishing the healthy Iowa program and including effective date provisions. HUNTER
HF 56 A bill for an act relating to replacement of the term visitation with the term parenting time relative to time awarded to a parent.(Formerly HSB 23; See HF 199.) HF 199, SF 313 MOMMSEN
HF 57 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a public defender or designee requests copies of certain documents.(See HF 545, HF 842.) SF 51, SF 560 HF 545, HF 842, SF 593 JONES
HF 58 A bill for an act relating to the eligibility of certain individuals employed by educational institutions for unemployment insurance benefits between two successive academic years or terms and including applicability provisions. HUNTER
HF 59 A bill for an act prohibiting cities and counties from banning specific dog breeds. SF 143, HF 2211 KONFRST
HF 60 A bill for an act relating to the allocation of nonresident deer hunting licenses, and making penalties applicable.(See HF 806.) HF 806 SORENSEN
HF 61 A bill for an act modifying sex offender registry requirements by requiring sex offenders whose registration requirements have expired to reregister, and providing penalties. FISHER
HF 62 A bill for an act providing for a study regarding the possible establishment of a jail diversion program for offenders with a mental illness. JACOBY
HF 63 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a cold case investigation unit within the department of public safety.(See HF 312.) SF 151, SF 561 HF 312, SF 2103, SF 2234 WHEELER and BRECKENRIDGE
HF 64 A bill for an act relating to confidential communications between a peer support group counselor and specified individuals.(See HF 303.) HF 303 THORUP
HF 65 A bill for an act relating to the issuance, denial, suspension, or revocation of a permit to carry weapons and a permit to acquire pistols or revolvers. HUNTER
HF 66 A bill for an act prohibiting certain persons from assisting voters in casting ballots. BRECKENRIDGE
HF 67 A bill for an act limiting campaign contributions to certain candidates and making civil and criminal penalties applicable. BRECKENRIDGE
HF 68 A bill for an act relating to lighting devices and other equipment on snow plows. JONES
HF 69 A bill for an act relating to the taxation of compensation paid by a publicly held corporation to its chief executive officer under the state corporate income tax, franchise tax, and insurance companies tax, and including applicability provisions. JACOBY
HF 70 A bill for an act relating to eligible parties to a valid marriage. WOLFE
HF 71 A bill for an act relating to an agreement among the states to elect the president by national popular vote. KONFRST
HF 72 A bill for an act repealing the declaration that the English language is the official language of the state of Iowa. SF 152 HUNTER
HF 73 A bill for an act requiring certain percentages of new motor vehicles sold at retail in the state to be flexible fuel vehicles, and making penalties applicable. WILLS
HF 74 A bill for an act relating to hands-free operation of electronic communication devices while driving, and making penalties applicable. SF 211 HUNTER
HF 75 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 HF 392, HF 2129.) SF 46 HF 392, SF 330, HF 2129, SF 2141 A. MEYER
HF 76 A bill for an act relating to interference with political signs and providing penalties. FISHER
HF 77 A bill for an act relating to requirements for and restrictions on special minor’s driver’s licenses, and making penalties applicable. LOHSE and BRINK
HF 78 A bill for an act relating to the use of recording devices on private property by state entities and including effective date provisions.(See HF 775.) JONES
HF 79 A bill for an act relating to the frequency of game nights conducted by licensed qualified organizations.(See HF 311.) SF 144, HF 311 SORENSEN
HF 80 A bill for an act relating to the operation of home bakeries licensed by the department of inspections and appeals. WHEELER
HF 81 A bill for an act authorizing the reduction of damages payable to an unresponsive property owner in condemnation proceedings and including applicability provisions.(See HF 804, HF 2442.) HF 804 HF 2442 LOHSE
HF 82 A bill for an act providing a property assessment adjustment for certain property of persons who have attained the age of sixty-seven years, six months, providing a penalty, and including retroactive and other applicability provisions. SF 15, SF 120 JACOBY
HF 83 A bill for an act creating a legislative tax credit review committee as a committee of the legislative council. JACOBY
HF 84 A bill for an act relating to notice requirements prior to discontinuing fluoridation in a public water supply system, and making penalties applicable.(See HF 390.) HF 390 A. MEYER
HF 85 A bill for an act allowing the formation of certain for-profit corporations as benefit corporations authorized to do business in this state under certain conditions. JACOBY
HF 86 A bill for an act relating to voluntary diversity plans under the state’s open enrollment law.(See HSB 64, HF 228.) HF 228 FISHER
HF 87 A bill for an act relating to pipelines and underground storage and making penalties applicable. KERR
HF 88 A bill for an act relating to the provision of audio-only telehealth or telemedicine by health care professionals.(See HF 431.) HF 431 FRY
HF 89 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement rates for health care services for mental health conditions, illnesses, injuries, or diseases provided to covered persons by telehealth, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(See HF 294.) HF 294 HF 612, HF 706, HF 784 FRY
HF 90 A bill for an act prohibiting discrimination in housing provided to persons with a disability or disability-related need for an assistance animal and providing penalties. SALMON
HF 91 A bill for an act relating to repayment of pandemic emergency unemployment compensation and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. JACOBY
HF 92 A bill for an act establishing a minimum age and training requirements for attendants who control amusement rides, and making penalties applicable.(See HF 558.) SF 114, HF 558 LOHSE, JONES, SMITH and WILLS
HF 93 A bill for an act relating to costs associated with transporting a dead body.(See HF 525.) BACON
HF 94 A bill for an act prohibiting the discharge of a firearm from within or on a motor vehicle on a public highway, and providing penalties.(See HF 798.) KERR
HF 95 A bill for an act prohibiting the discharge of a weapon from a motor vehicle and making penalties applicable. WILLS
HF 96 A bill for an act relating to the date for an election to authorize the issuance of certain indebtedness by school districts. SALMON
HF 97 A bill for an act requiring the electrical examining board within the division of state fire marshal of the department of public safety to adopt the 2020 edition of the national electrical code and including effective date provisions.(See HF 286.) HF 286 JONES
HF 98 A bill for an act relating to cigarettes, tobacco, tobacco products, alternative nicotine products, and vapor products, and including taxation of such products.(See HF 2523.) HF 2523 HOLT
HF 99 A bill for an act relating to the midwest interstate passenger rail compact, and including effective date provisions.(See HSB 241.) JACOBY
HF 100 A bill for an act relating to the adoption tax credit available against the individual income tax.(See HF 369.) HF 369 LOHSE, MITCHELL and GOBBLE
HF 101 A bill for an act providing for a teacher recruitment and retention task force. A. MEYER
HF 102 A bill for an act relating to the scope of review in appellate proceedings. WOLFE
HF 103 A bill for an act relating to school districts and accredited nonpublic schools that deliver coursework using both in-person instruction and instruction using an online learning platform and authorizing parents and guardians to determine which instruction delivery method shall be used to provide instruction to students, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 229.) SF 160 LANDON and GOBBLE
HF 104 A bill for an act requiring school districts and certain accredited nonpublic schools to offer the pledge of allegiance and to display the United States flag in the classroom during the recitation of the pledge of allegiance.(See HSB 155, HF 415.) HF 415 NORDMAN
HF 105 A bill for an act authorizing a receiving school district to send school vehicles into a district of residence to transport a pupil participating in open enrollment to and from school. JONES
HF 106 A bill for an act relating to qualifications to instruct law in the state of Iowa, and including effective date provisions. JONES
HF 107 A bill for an act relating to supervision requirements for licensed marital and family therapists, mental health counselors, and social workers, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 485.) HF 485 FRY
HF 108 A bill for an act relating to a Medicaid demonstration waiver to support and improve the delivery of substance use disorder treatment services. LOHSE
HF 109 A bill for an act regarding legislative oversight of supreme court decisions, and including applicability provisions. SALMON
HF 110 A bill for an act relating to mandatory subjects of negotiation for public employee collective bargaining and including applicability provisions. HF 111 HUNTER
HF 111 A bill for an act relating to subjects of negotiation for public employee collective bargaining and including applicability provisions. HF 110 HUNTER
HF 112 A bill for an act relating to certain tax credits and assistance awarded by the economic development authority, and including effective date provisions. BRINK
HF 113 A bill for an act relating to demolition reserves on fire and casualty claims on real property located within a city and requesting an interim study on such reserves. SF 563 FISHER
HF 114 A bill for an act relating to school nutrition standards and guidelines and to a nutrition advisory panel convened by the department of education. SHIPLEY
HF 115 A bill for an act relating to emergency care policy and procedure requirements applicable to an ambulatory surgical center.(See HF 735.) SF 274 HF 735 BRINK
HF 116 A bill for an act relating to the information to be provided by a health care provider as part of a referral of a patient to an ambulatory surgical center, and providing for licensee discipline. SF 276 HF 2248 BRINK
HF 117 A bill for an act relating to the licensure of ambulatory surgical centers, providing for fees to be considered repayment receipts, and providing penalties. SF 275 BRINK
HF 118 A bill for an act relating to the office of the state long-term care ombudsman, and making an appropriation. SF 429 WESSEL-KROESCHELL
HF 119 A bill for an act relating to the imposition of civil liability on parents or guardians when minors cause injury with firearms. HUNTER, OLSON, STAED and MASCHER
HF 120 A bill for an act modifying the elements defining hate crimes, and providing penalties. HF 614 HUNTER, OLSON, JACOBY, ANDERSON, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, KRESSIG, CAHILL, WILBURN, STAED, KONFRST, JAMES, MASCHER, GJERDE and EHLERT
HF 121 A bill for an act relating to compensation for infection with COVID-19 or a similar disease under the Iowa occupational disease law. HUNTER
HF 122 A bill for an act relating to the state minimum hourly wage. HUNTER, OLSON, CAHILL, WILBURN, STAED, MASCHER and EHLERT
HF 123 A bill for an act relating to the choice of doctor to treat an injured employee under workers’ compensation laws and including applicability date provisions. HUNTER, OLSON, JACOBY, ANDERSON, KRESSIG, STAED, KONFRST, JAMES, MASCHER, BROWN-POWERS, GJERDE, EHLERT and COHOON
HF 124 A bill for an act requiring employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees based on pregnancy or childbirth and making penalties applicable. HF 175, HF 2257 HUNTER, OLSON, JACOBY, ANDERSON, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, KRESSIG, STECKMAN, CAHILL, WILBURN, STAED, KONFRST, GJERDE, MASCHER, BROWN-POWERS and EHLERT
HF 125 A bill for an act abolishing county compensation boards. SF 77 JONES and PAUSTIAN
HF 126 A bill for an act prohibiting the carrying, transportation, or possession of firearms in the capitol building and on capitol grounds, and making penalties applicable. HUNTER, OLSON, ANDERSON, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, STECKMAN, CAHILL, WILBURN, STAED and MASCHER
HF 127 A bill for an act prohibiting the manufacture, possession, shipment, transportation, or receipt of a multi-burst trigger activator, and providing penalties. HUNTER, OLSON and STAED
HF 128 A bill for an act relating to the sale or transfer of firearms, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. HUNTER, OLSON, JACOBY, ANDERSON, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, KRESSIG, STECKMAN, CAHILL, WILBURN, STAED, KONFRST, JAMES, MASCHER and BROWN-POWERS