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SR 1 A resolution honoring the life of Lieutenant Eric M. Hosette and in support of Adam Cain as he recovers from his injuries. COURNOYER and DANIELSON
SR 2 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-eighth General Assembly. (Formerly SSB 1092.) COMMITTEE ON ETHICS
SR 3 A resolution relating to permanent rules of the senate for the eighty-eighth general assembly. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE, That the permanent rules of the senate for the eighty-seventh eighty-eighth general assembly be as follows: WHITVER
SR 4 A resolution requesting the convening of a conference of stakeholders to discuss the state’s strategy for addressing the increasing aging population in Iowa and its effect on the state and Iowa’s communities. MATHIS
SR 5 A resolution congratulating the Morningside College Mustangs football team on winning the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championship. CARLIN
SR 6 A resolution congratulating Seth Rollins on his recent Royal Rumble victory and acknowledging his upcoming match for the World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (WWE) Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 35. WHITING
SR 7 A resolution in support of strengthening and deepening the relationship between Taiwan and the State of Iowa. BEHN
SR 8 A resolution urging the United States Congress to reject the proposed Green New Deal. FEENSTRA
SR 9 A resolution in support of strengthening and deepening the relationship between Taiwan and the State of Iowa. NUNN, EDLER, KAPUCIAN, JOHNSON, DOTZLER, KINNEY and BEHN
SR 10 A resolution honoring the peaceful kinship between the peoples of Japan and the United States and recognizing March 14, 2019, as Japan Day at the Iowa State Capitol. NUNN
SR 11 A resolution recognizing the centennial of the six-month formation period of the American Legion in Iowa. DAWSON
SR 12 A resolution designating March 2019 as Iowa Women’s History Month. SINCLAIR
SR 13 A resolution honoring and recognizing the special relationship between Taiwan and the State of Iowa. NUNN, BEHN, KINNEY, EDLER, KAPUCIAN, DOTZLER and JOHNSON
SR 14 A resolution recognizing Megan Gustafson for her outstanding academic and college basketball career at the University of Iowa. WAHLS, COURNOYER and BOLKCOM
SR 15 A resolution commending Iowa Public Television on the statewide educational network’s 50th anniversary and recognizing March 31, 2019, as Iowa Public Television Day at the Iowa State Capitol. KRAAYENBRINK
SR 16 A resolution recognizing and supporting the federal government’s efforts to combat illegal robocalling and spoofing. CHAPMAN
SR 17 A resolution recognizing and congratulating Drew Foster on winning the 2019 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Wrestling National Championship in the 184-pound weight class. GIDDENS, JOHNSON and DOTZLER
SR 18 A resolution reaffirming 40 years of diplomatic relations between the United States and the People’s Republic of China. NUNN
SR 19 A resolution congratulating and honoring University of Iowa wrestler Spencer Lee for his outstanding wrestling accomplishments, including a second consecutive National Collegiate Athletic Association wrestling championship title at the 125 pound weight-class. KINNEY, BROWN, WAHLS and ZUMBACH
SR 20 A resolution urging an investigation and review of the actions of the Army Corps of Engineers related to flood control in Western Iowa and a request that the Army Corps of Engineers be required to return to its primary mission of flood control. SHIPLEY, ROZENBOOM, KAPUCIAN and ZUMBACH
SR 21 A resolution recognizing the impact of the Iowa Tuition Grant program on Iowa’s citizens, towns, and cities, and honoring the efforts of Governor Robert D. Ray and the legislative leaders of the 63rd Iowa General Assembly on the 50th anniversary of the program. KOELKER, ROZENBOOM, CHAPMAN, BEHN, SINCLAIR, KRAAYENBRINK, R. SMITH, KAPUCIAN, BISIGNANO, JOCHUM, MATHIS, FEENSTRA, LYKAM, DAWSON and SCHNEIDER
SR 22 A resolution recognizing and congratulating the Grand View University Vikings wrestling team on winning the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Wrestling National Championship for the eighth consecutive year. BOULTON
SR 23 A resolution deferring action on the confirmation of certain appointments submitted by the Governor. WHITVER
SR 24 A concurrent resolution congratulating Google on its ten-year anniversary in the State of Iowa. DAWSON
SR 25 A resolution deferring action on the confirmation of certain appointments submitted by an appointing authority other than the Governor. WHITVER
SR 26 A resolution honoring and congratulating Dr. Christopher A. Duree and Dr. Linda Allen upon their respective retirements as the Chancellor of Iowa Valley Community College District and the President of Hawkeye Community College. SWEENEY, DOTZLER, EDLER, GIDDENS, KAPUCIAN and JOHNSON
SR 27 A resolution recognizing and congratulating the Kirkwood Community College basketball team on winning the 2019 National Junior College Athletic Association Division II national basketball tournament. MATHIS, HOGG, KINNEY, KAPUCIAN, ZUMBACH, JOHNSON, BOLKCOM, WAHLS and T. TAYLOR
SR 28 A resolution honoring Frank Loeffel, Doorkeeper of the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 29 A resolution recognizing Megan Gustafson for her outstanding academic and college basketball career at the University of Iowa. WAHLS, COURNOYER and BOLKCOM
SR 30 A resolution congratulating Major General Timothy Orr on his retirement as the Adjutant General of the Iowa National Guard and thanking him for his more than 40 years of military service to his state and nation. NUNN, DAWSON, R. TAYLOR and ZAUN
SJR 1 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa to provide home rule for school districts. ZAUN
SJR 2 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the state budget by creating a state general fund expenditure limitation. (See SJR 20.) SJR 20 ZAUN
SJR 3 A joint resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Iowa limiting years of service for members of the general assembly and the governor. DAWSON
SJR 4 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa limiting terms of service for members of the general assembly. WHITING
SJR 5 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa to make the Constitution of the State of Iowa gender neutral. JOCHUM
SJR 6 A joint resolution requesting the calling of a constitutional convention for the exclusive purpose of proposing an amendment to the United States Constitution that will restore balance and integrity to our elections. HJR 10 KINNEY
SJR 7 A joint resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Iowa limiting years of service for members of the general assembly, the governor, and certain other statewide elected officers. CHAPMAN
SJR 8 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the rights of a crime victim. HJR 2, HJR 11 WHITING
SJR 9 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa that the Constitution of the State of Iowa does not secure or protect a right to or require the funding of abortion. (See SJR 21.) HJR 5 SJR 21 CHAPMAN, FEENSTRA, SINCLAIR, SEGEBART, COSTELLO, BEHN, BREITBACH, GREENE, JOHNSON, BROWN, GUTH, LOFGREN, KAPUCIAN, R. SMITH, EDLER, KRAAYENBRINK, COURNOYER, CARLIN, SWEENEY, SHIPLEY, KOELKER, WHITING, NUNN, MILLER-MEEKS, GARRETT, SCHULTZ, ROZENBOOM, DAWSON and ZAUN
SJR 10 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 18.) HJR 3 SJR 18, HJR 13 ZAUN
SJR 11 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. WHITING
SJR 12 A joint resolution recognizing the fossil crinoid as the state fossil. HJR 4 BOLKCOM, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, J. SMITH, WAHLS and BOULTON
SJR 13 A joint resolution designating the channel catfish as the official state fish for the state of Iowa. R. TAYLOR
SJR 14 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, and harvest wildlife. R. TAYLOR
SJR 15 A joint resolution requesting Congress to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints on the federal government and limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government and applying for a convention of the states under Article V of the Constitution of the United States to propose amendments that impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and limit the terms of office for its officials and for members of Congress. SCHULTZ
SJR 16 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to restricting certain individual income tax changes. (See SJR 22.) SJR 22 CARLIN
SJR 17 A joint resolution authorizing the temporary sale of merchandise at a toy benefit for Iowa children on the state capitol complex grounds. (Formerly SSB 1115.) Effective 7-1-19. HJR 12 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SJR 18 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 10.) HJR 13 SJR 10, HJR 3 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SJR 19 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the gubernatorial line of succession. (Formerly SSB 1082.) HJR 6 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SJR 20 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the state budget by creating a state general fund expenditure limitation. (Formerly SJR 2.) SJR 2 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SJR 21 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa that the Constitution of the State of Iowa does not secure or protect a right to or require the funding of abortion. (Formerly SJR 9.) SJR 9, HJR 5 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SJR 22 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to restricting certain individual income tax changes. (Formerly SJR 16.) SJR 16 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 1 A bill for an act relating to the repeal of the state inheritance tax and the state qualified use inheritance tax. (See SF 307.) SF 69, HF 172, HF 438, SF 307 CHAPMAN
SF 2 A bill for an act relating to the safe operation of bicycles, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable. LOFGREN
SF 3 A bill for an act prohibiting the mistreatment of certain animals other than livestock and wild animals, providing reporting requirements, providing for criminal offenses, and including penalties. SF 369 BISIGNANO
SF 4 A bill for an act appropriating moneys to the flood mitigation fund for the protection of property from the effects of floodwaters. HOGG
SF 5 A bill for an act repealing the property tax exemption for forest reservations and including applicability provisions. SINCLAIR
SF 6 A bill for an act relating to contractor warranties including by providing for the transfer of contractor warranties upon the passage of legal or equitable title in the property, requiring information relating to contractor warranties in real estate disclosure statements, making penalties applicable, and including applicability provisions. LOFGREN
SF 7 A bill for an act relating to peace officers, reserve peace officers, and federal officers going armed with, carrying, or transporting a firearm on school grounds. (See SF 115.) SF 115 KINNEY
SF 8 A bill for an act providing for the sale or lease of the Iowa communications network. ZAUN
SF 9 A bill for an act establishing a multiple sclerosis support fund and authorizing lottery games to benefit persons with multiple sclerosis. ZAUN
SF 10 A bill for an act relating to grandparent and great-grandparent visitation. (See SF 522.) SF 522 ZAUN
SF 11 A bill for an act relating to the awarding of joint custody and joint physical care. (See SF 571.) SF 571 ZAUN
SF 12 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 13 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 14 A bill for an act relating to the expungement of violations of local ordinances. BOLKCOM
SF 15 A bill for an act relating to the collection of employer information from Iowa health and wellness plan applicants and recipients. BOLKCOM
SF 16 A bill for an act relating to the provision of Medicaid coverage to pregnant women lawfully residing in the United States. SF 251, SF 414 BOLKCOM
SF 17 A bill for an act relating to the coverage of direct-acting antiviral drugs for Medicaid beneficiaries living with a chronic hepatitis C virus infection. BOLKCOM
SF 18 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. HF 162 ZAUN
SF 19 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 20 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 21 A bill for an act increasing the amount of total approved tax credits for purposes of the school tuition organization tax credit. ZAUN
SF 22 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 23 A bill for an act limiting the amount of research activities tax credit that is refundable and including retroactive applicability provisions. BOLKCOM
SF 24 A bill for an act relating to the use of triclosan in certain products, providing civil penalties, and including effective date provisions. BOLKCOM
SF 25 A bill for an act relating to the sale, lease, or rental of water treatment systems and including effective date and applicability provisions. (See SF 229.) SF 229 ZAUN
SF 26 A bill for an act increasing the speed limit on the interstate road system. ZAUN
SF 27 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of tenure systems at public postsecondary educational institutions. ZAUN
SF 28 A bill for an act relating to education by modifying the duties and authority of certain state and local governmental entities, establishing an education savings grant program and fund, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 348 ZAUN
SF 29 A bill for an act relating to additional weighting for limited English proficient students and including effective date and applicability provisions. (See SF 445.) SF 445, SF 550 ZAUN
SF 30 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 61 ZAUN
SF 31 A bill for an act establishing a limitation on the amount of administrative costs for school districts. ZAUN
SF 32 A bill for an act relating to a petition by a school board for amendment or repeal of a rule adopted by the state board of education. LOFGREN
SF 33 A bill for an act providing for the designation of a caregiver relating to a patient’s inpatient stay at a hospital. SF 84, SF 210, HF 340, HF 533 SEGEBART
SF 34 A bill for an act relating to notices by the department of workforce development regarding claims for unemployment benefits. BROWN
SF 35 A bill for an act relating to the counting of absentee ballots and including applicability provisions. DANIELSON
SF 36 A bill for an act requiring that a primary runoff election be held in the event of an inconclusive primary election for certain offices, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (See SF 410.) SF 410 ZAUN
SF 37 A bill for an act creating a tax credit against the individual and corporate income taxes, the franchise tax, insurance premiums tax, and the moneys and credits tax for a charitable contribution to certain institutions engaged in regenerative medicine research and including retroactive and other applicability provisions. ZAUN
SF 38 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 234 ZAUN
SF 39 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. ZAUN
SF 40 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 308 ZAUN
SF 41 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 42 A bill for an act allowing the display of one registration plate on the rear of certain older, reconstructed, and specially constructed motor vehicles. (See SF 227.) SF 227 ZAUN
SF 43 A bill for an act to increase the maximum capacity of certain motor vehicles operated by school district employees to transport children to activity events or from school to home in unusual situations. (See SF 186.) SF 186 HF 136, HF 499 BREITBACH
SF 44 A bill for an act relating to recording custodial interrogations in a criminal or juvenile case. BOLKCOM
SF 45 A bill for an act requiring search warrants for certain activities under the jurisdiction of the natural resource commission. HF 189 ZAUN
SF 46 A bill for an act relating to fishing on a private lake or pond. (See SF 203.) SF 203 CHAPMAN
SF 47 A bill for an act relating to youth deer and youth wild turkey hunting licenses. (See SF 202; SF 610.) SF 202, SF 610 CHAPMAN
SF 48 A bill for an act to exclude equine boarding from the annual lease termination requirements for farm tenancies. CHAPMAN
SF 49 A bill for an act requiring county and city property assessors to stand for retention at election and including applicability provisions. (See SF 411.) SF 411 CHAPMAN
SF 50 A bill for an act relating to landowner wild turkey and deer hunting tags. (See SF 198.) SF 198 CHAPMAN
SF 51 A bill for an act relating to lighted lamps on bicycles and bicycle riders, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. HF 57 WHITING
SF 52 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a public defender or designee requests copies of certain documents. HF 4 HF 529, HF 753 WHITING
SF 53 A bill for an act prohibiting employer control of employee political contributions. (See SF 336.) SF 336 CHAPMAN
SF 54 A bill for an act prohibiting public and accredited nonpublic schools and postsecondary educational institutions from scheduling classes, activities, or events during presidential precinct caucuses and including effective date provisions. HOGG
SF 55 A bill for an act establishing a process for voter approval of a proposition to require a township to provide emergency medical service. HF 466, HF 693 RAGAN and KINNEY
SF 56 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 72, HF 84 JOCHUM
SF 57 A bill for an act relating to the mistreatment of certain animals other than livestock and wildlife, by providing for criminal offenses, including penalties. (See SF 591.) SF 591 SHIPLEY and DAWSON
SF 58 A bill for an act allowing certain vans and pickups to be used to transport pupils to activity events or from school to home in emergency situations. (See SF 197.) SF 197 HF 343 SHIPLEY
SF 59 A bill for an act relating to the redemption and handling of beverage containers and including effective date provisions. (See SF 520.) HF 412, SF 520 SEGEBART
SF 60 A bill for an act relating to newborn metabolic screening to include all disorders listed on the recommended uniform screening panel recommended by the United States department of health and human services. (See SF 564.) SF 564 SEGEBART
SF 61 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle registration fees for disabled veterans. (See SF 185.) SF 185 DAWSON
SF 62 A bill for an act relating to the expiration of a person’s driver’s license or nonoperator’s identification card on the person’s twenty-first birthday anniversary, and including applicability provisions. (See SF 303.) SF 303 DAWSON
SF 63 A bill for an act relating to assistance animals and service animals in housing and misrepresentation of an animal as a service animal or a service-animal-in-training, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (See SF 341.) SF 341 DAWSON
SF 64 A bill for an act relating to the use of a mass notification and emergency messaging system for endangered missing persons. HF 166, HF 286 HF 424 ZAUN
SF 65 A bill for an act automatically restoring the right to vote and hold elective office for persons who have been discharged from probation, parole, or work release, or who have been released from confinement. HF 213 BISIGNANO
SF 66 A bill for an act establishing the minimum age relative to various activities relating to vapor products, and making penalties applicable. SHIPLEY
SF 67 A bill for an act relating to standards for carbon monoxide protection and making penalties applicable. (See SF 335.) SF 335 SHIPLEY
SF 68 A bill for an act relating to immunity from civil liability for disaster response by volunteers who enter upon or in private property without express consent of the owner, lessee, or person in lawful possession. (See SF 570.) SF 570 EDLER
SF 69 A bill for an act relating to the repeal of the state inheritance tax and the state qualified use inheritance tax. SF 1, HF 172, HF 438, SF 307 EDLER
SF 70 A bill for an act relating to school building emergency operations plans by authorizing investigations of unplanned fire alarm activations prior to initiation of regular evacuation and safety procedures. DANIELSON
SF 71 A bill for an act relating to the administration of medical cannabidiol by primary caregivers to students at public and nonpublic schools. PETERSEN, DOTZLER, R. TAYLOR, CELSI, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM and T. TAYLOR
SF 72 A bill for an act establishing a neighborhood housing revitalization assistance program within the Iowa finance authority. PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, RAGAN, MATHIS, KINNEY, DOTZLER, R. TAYLOR, CELSI, LYKAM and T. TAYLOR
SF 73 A bill for an act authorizing the use of revenues from the physical plant and equipment levy for school safety and security equipment and including effective date and applicability provisions. MATHIS
SF 74 A bill for an act relating to school funding by modifying provisions relating to the collection of sales tax for deposit in the secure an advanced vision for education fund, provisions relating to the use of tax revenue from the secure an advanced vision for education fund, and provisions relating to the calculation of the additional property tax levy, and making appropriations. HF 425, HF 546 DAWSON
SF 75 A bill for an act relating to grants for new remote workers who relocate to this state and who are employed by an out-of-state employer and creating and making appropriations to the new remote worker grant fund. WHITING
SF 76 A bill for an act relating to the use of an electronic communication device while driving, and providing penalties. LOFGREN
SF 77 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of medical cannabidiol, by altering the list of debilitating medical conditions and changing the definition of medical cannabidiol under the medical cannabidiol Act. HF 282 ZAUN and BOULTON
SF 78 A bill for an act relating to the definition of medical cannabidiol. HF 281 ZAUN
SF 79 A bill for an act relating to apprenticeship training delivered via interactive distance learning, and including applicability provisions. ZAUN
SF 80 A bill for an act relating to voting procedures for participants in the Iowa address confidentiality program. HOGG
SF 81 A bill for an act establishing a new resident homestead rebate for certain individuals relocating to the state, establishing a new resident homestead rebate fund, and making appropriations. WHITING
SF 82 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees and making penalties applicable. SF 476 HF 30, SF 234 BISIGNANO
SF 83 A bill for an act relating to the gross weight of special trucks, and providing fees. (See SF 187; SF 637.) HF 75, SF 187, HF 483, HF 769, SF 637 KRAAYENBRINK
SF 84 A bill for an act providing for the designation of a lay caregiver relating to a patient’s inpatient stay at a hospital. (See SF 210.) SF 210, HF 340, HF 533 SF 33 SEGEBART
SF 85 A bill for an act establishing an interim study committee relating to child welfare. ZAUN
SF 86 A bill for an act requiring the department of natural resources to include anatomical donor symbols on certain licenses. Effective 7-1-19. HF 148 BROWN
SF 87 A bill for an act relating to the expungement of records of certain misdemeanor offenses, and including applicability provisions. BOLKCOM and WAHLS
SF 88 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicles, including special registration plates and the minimum standard of transparency for window tint, providing fees, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable. (See SF 271.) SF 271 EDLER
SF 89 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 applicability provisions. HF 87 EDLER
SF 90 A bill for an act relating to the automatic mailing of ballots and including applicability provisions. JOCHUM
SF 91 A bill for an act allowing an atlatl as a legal method of take during deer bow hunting seasons. SHIPLEY
SF 92 A bill for an act extending the limitations of certain criminal actions committed on or with minors, and providing penalties. SF 487 PETERSEN
SF 93 A bill for an act relating to abandoned structures and abatement of public nuisances. Effective 7-1-19. HF 676, HF 780 LOFGREN
SF 94 A bill for an act relating to promotion of the state family planning services program, and providing an appropriation. PETERSEN
SF 95 A bill for an act removing prohibitions of counties and cities from establishing certain regulations relating to employment matters and the sale or marketing of consumer merchandise. J. SMITH, WAHLS, R. TAYLOR, CELSI, BISIGNANO, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, LYKAM, DANIELSON, JOCHUM, DOTZLER, BOULTON and HOGG
SF 96 A bill for an act relating to harassment policies for bidders on state contracts. PETERSEN
SF 97 A bill for an act requiring that human growth and development instruction by school boards include age-appropriate information regarding dating violence and prevention. HF 144, HF 450, HF 469, SF 432 MATHIS
SF 98 A bill for an act requesting the establishment of a pay for success bond interim study committee. MATHIS
SF 99 A bill for an act relating to work search requirements for unemployment insurance benefits, making penalties applicable, and including applicability provisions. CARLIN
SF 100 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. CARLIN
SF 101 A bill for an act establishing a fuel-efficient motor vehicle use tax refund, and making an appropriation. HOGG
SF 102 A bill for an act relating to the liability of a sponsor of an event to collect sales tax, and providing penalties. GREENE
SF 103 A bill for an act relating to the transfer of investment tax credits issued to housing businesses under the enterprise zone program, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (See SF 606.) SF 606 GREENE
SF 104 A bill for an act relating to the compassionate use of medical cannabis Act, reclassifying marijuana, including tetrahydrocannabinols, from a schedule I controlled substance to a schedule II controlled substance, providing for civil and criminal penalties and fees, and including effective date provisions. HF 221, HF 559 GREENE
SF 105 A bill for an act establishing a solar energy minimum purchase standard applicable to specified electric utilities. BOLKCOM
SF 106 A bill for an act relating to delayed deposit services by limiting the annual percentage rate for fees and requiring a delayed deposit repayment option in certain circumstances and making penalties applicable. HF 440 BOLKCOM, CELSI, BOULTON, WAHLS, J. SMITH, MATHIS, RAGAN, PETERSEN, JOCHUM and DOTZLER
SF 107 A bill for an act relating to wage payment collection issues arising between employers and individuals who provide services to employers, providing penalties and remedies, and including effective date provisions. BOLKCOM, CELSI, R. TAYLOR, BOULTON, WAHLS, LYKAM, J. SMITH, RAGAN, PETERSEN, JOCHUM and DOTZLER
SF 108 A bill for an act relating to combined charitable campaign programs administered by certain public employers. BOLKCOM
SF 109 A bill for an act relating to the elimination of the exemption of gaming floors from the prohibitions of the smokefree air Act. HF 379 BOLKCOM
SF 110 A bill for an act relating to smoking relative to gaming floors. BOLKCOM
SF 111 A bill for an act relating to the provision of home visitation services for newborns under Medicaid managed care. BOLKCOM
SF 112 A bill for an act relating to the requirements for certifications of trust and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1003.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 324 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 113 A bill for an act allowing certain operating-while-intoxicated offenders to be sentenced as habitual offenders, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1002.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 514 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 114 A bill for an act relating to unintentionally causing the death of a person by operating a motor vehicle at an excessive speed, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1011.) HF 567 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 115 A bill for an act relating to peace officers, reserve peace officers, and federal officers going armed with, carrying, or transporting a firearm on school grounds. (Formerly SF 7.) SF 7 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 116 A bill for an act relating to going armed with, carrying, or transporting a firearm when transporting a person to or from a school or delivering an item to the school. (Formerly SSB 1017.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 117 A bill for an act requiring employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees based on pregnancy or childbirth and making penalties applicable. HF 109, HF 384 PETERSEN, MATHIS, RAGAN, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, CELSI, JOCHUM, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER and QUIRMBACH
SF 118 A bill for an act relating to boiler and unfired steam pressure vessel inspections. R. TAYLOR, PETERSEN, MATHIS, RAGAN, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, KINNEY, CELSI, LYKAM, JOCHUM, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER and QUIRMBACH
SF 119 A bill for an act relating to documentation of loans and gifts to museums and including applicability provisions. DAWSON
SF 120 A bill for an act prohibiting a governing board of a public college or university from adopting or enforcing any policy or rule that prohibits a person from carrying, transporting, or possessing a dangerous weapon producing a nonprojectile high-voltage pulse designed to immobilize a person in the buildings or on the grounds of such a college or university, and including civil penalties. (See SF 188.) SF 188 SCHNEIDER
SF 121 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, RAGAN, MATHIS, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, R. TAYLOR, CELSI, BOLKCOM, JOCHUM, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER and QUIRMBACH
SF 122 A bill for an act relating to a prohibition against prior authorization for medication-assisted treatment under the Medicaid program. PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, R. TAYLOR, CELSI, BOLKCOM, JOCHUM, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER and QUIRMBACH
SF 123 A bill for an act relating to collaborative pharmacy practice allowing pharmacists to provide patient care and drug therapy management services. GREENE
SF 124 A bill for an act relating to the notification of a county commission of veteran affairs of the incarceration of a veteran at a jail or municipal holding facility. (See SF 340.) SF 340 ZAUN
SF 125 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a needle exchange program by the Iowa department of public health. (See SF 500.) SF 178, HF 580, SF 500 ZAUN
SF 126 A bill for an act relating to access to a copy of an original birth certificate by an adult adoptee, and providing for fees. (See SF 515; SF 621.) HF 53, HF 528, SF 515, HF 746, SF 621 ZAUN
SF 127 A bill for an act establishing an interim study committee to review and consider criminal justice fairness and bail reform. PETERSEN, BOLKCOM, QUIRMBACH, LYKAM, BISIGNANO, CELSI, R. TAYLOR, WAHLS, J. SMITH, JOCHUM, RAGAN, MATHIS, BOULTON and DOTZLER
SF 128 A bill for an act relating to the practice of barbering in movable locations. HF 167, SF 155 DANIELSON
SF 129 A bill for an act to modify the school start date and including effective date provisions. HF 78, SF 130, HF 185, HF 492 SCHNEIDER
SF 130 A bill for an act relating to the school start date and including effective date provisions. HF 78, SF 129, HF 185, HF 492 COURNOYER, LOFGREN, SHIPLEY, GREENE, CARLIN, QUIRMBACH, DOTZLER, GUTH, CELSI, WAHLS, RAGAN, NUNN, MILLER-MEEKS, CHAPMAN, J. SMITH, SWEENEY and BISIGNANO
SF 131 A bill for an act relating to the exemption from the hotel and motel taxes for the renting of lodging after a certain number of consecutive days. (See SF 640.) HF 171, HF 760 SF 640 COURNOYER
SF 132 A bill for an act establishing a lake Manawa state park user fee pilot program and providing for a future repeal. (See SF 306.) SF 306 DAWSON
SF 133 A bill for an act creating a new resident tax credit available against the individual income tax, and including applicability provisions. WHITING
SF 134 A bill for an act providing for persons serving as public members on the Iowa board of veterinary medicine. KINNEY
SF 135 A bill for an act providing for a study relating to the discontinuation of coal for electricity production in the state. BOLKCOM
SF 136 A bill for an act providing for fossil fuel cost disclosure in public utility customer billings. BOLKCOM
SF 137 A bill for an act relating to electronic transactions by permitting the use of distributed ledger technology and smart contracts. LOFGREN
SF 138 A bill for an act relating to incentives for whole grade sharing and school district reorganization or dissolution. (Formerly SSB 1032; See SF 602.) HF 596, SF 602 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 139 A bill for an act relating to a financial literacy requirement under the state’s educational standards. (Formerly SSB 1029.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 420 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 140 A bill for an act relating to special minor’s driver’s licenses for students attending accredited nonpublic schools. (Formerly SSB 1033.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 237, HF 517 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 141 A bill for an act providing for decennial approval of administrative rules by the general assembly and related procedures and including effective date provisions. WHITING
SF 142 A bill for an act prohibiting employers and employment agencies from seeking the criminal record or criminal history from applicants for employment under certain circumstances, establishing a criminal history employment application task force, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. HF 64, HF 163 HF 472, SF 390 BISIGNANO
SF 143 A bill for an act relating to long-term services and supports provided under the Medicaid program, and including effective date provisions. HF 135 JOCHUM, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, KINNEY, R. TAYLOR, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, CELSI and T. TAYLOR
SF 144 A bill for an act relating to the development and issuance of a request for proposals to provide housing for certain geriatric persons. RAGAN, MATHIS, JOCHUM, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, KINNEY, LYKAM, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, CELSI and T. TAYLOR
SF 145 A bill for an act providing for appropriations to the statewide fire and police retirement system and including effective date provisions. DANIELSON
SF 146 A bill for an act requesting an interim committee relating to evaluating the current system of court debt collection. PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, JOCHUM, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, BISIGNANO, LYKAM, QUIRMBACH and BOLKCOM
SF 147 A bill for an act relating to payment for certain therapy services under the Medicaid program. RAGAN, MATHIS, JOCHUM, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, KINNEY, R. TAYLOR, BISIGNANO, LYKAM, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, CELSI and T. TAYLOR
SF 148 A bill for an act relating to a uniform prior authorization process under the Medicaid program. RAGAN, MATHIS, JOCHUM, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, KINNEY, R. TAYLOR, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, CELSI and T. TAYLOR
SF 149 A bill for an act authorizing a city or county to provide a property tax exemption for value added by improvements to residential property that is a public nuisance. R. TAYLOR
SF 150 A bill for an act relating to the distribution of voter registration information by license agents and the department of natural resources. R. TAYLOR
SF 151 A bill for an act relating to home improvement fraud and providing penalties for contractors who commit home improvement fraud. (See SF 461.) SF 461, HF 602 SINCLAIR
SF 152 A bill for an act relating to the definition of vulnerable elder. (Formerly SSB 1014.) HF 328 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 153 A bill for an act relating to the exploitation of a dependent adult by a caretaker. (Formerly SSB 1015.) HF 323 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 154 A bill for an act relating to the filing requirements for the business property tax credit and including effective date provisions. ZAUN
SF 155 A bill for an act relating to the practice of barbering in movable locations. SF 128, HF 167 ZUMBACH
SF 156 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid program improvements, and including effective date provisions. MATHIS and RAGAN
SF 157 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement parity for certain health professionals. DANIELSON
SF 158 A bill for an act relating to postconviction relief procedure and the underlying trial court record of the proceedings challenged. (Formerly SSB 1005.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 336 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 159 A bill for an act relating to assessment scores set by the department of education for successful completion of a practitioner preparation program and for initial teacher licensure and providing for related matters. (Formerly SSB 1031.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 513 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 160 A bill for an act relating to recommendations regarding school building emergency operations plans. (Formerly SSB 1042.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 161 A bill for an act relating to the amounts paid to a receiving district for a pupil participating in open enrollment and including applicability provisions. GREENE
SF 162 A bill for an act relating to the examination and copying of a public record under Iowa’s open records law and federal copyright law. DANIELSON
SF 163 A bill for an act relating to state child care assistance, including income eligibility and waiting list guidelines and copayment requirements and providing an effective date. HF 334 HF 104, HF 133, SF 191, HF 360 ZAUN
SF 164 A bill for an act exempting from the individual income tax the wages of individuals who are employed in high-demand jobs and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. BROWN
SF 165 A bill for an act relating to carrying and possessing weapons and acquiring pistols and revolvers, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. HF 118 HF 456 ZAUN, FEENSTRA, SCHULTZ, WHITING, JOHNSON, CHAPMAN, SHIPLEY, GUTH, EDLER, BROWN, R. SMITH, SEGEBART, KRAAYENBRINK, KAPUCIAN and SWEENEY
SF 166 A bill for an act requesting the establishment of a state university governance interim study committee. ZAUN
SF 167 A bill for an act relating to eligibility for the health care loan repayment program. (Formerly SSB 1030.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 168 A bill for an act relating to an ombudsman to provide Medicaid program assistance and advocacy. SF 420 RAGAN and MATHIS
SF 169 A bill for an act relating to bone marrow donation public awareness. SEGEBART
SF 170 A bill for an act relating to the publication duties of and the filling of vacancies on county agricultural extension councils and including effective date and applicability provisions. Effective 5-2-19. HF 627 ROZENBOOM
SF 171 A bill for an act relating to public school funding by modifying provisions relating to the regular program state cost per pupil, making appropriations to the transportation equity fund, and including effective date provisions. HF 307 SINCLAIR
SF 172 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, 2019, modifying provisions relating to the property tax replacement payments, and including effective date provisions. HF 306 SINCLAIR
SF 173 A bill for an act exempting the sale of feminine hygiene products and diapers from the sales tax. PETERSEN, R. TAYLOR, J. SMITH, BOULTON, JOCHUM, BOLKCOM, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR, WAHLS, CELSI, RAGAN and BISIGNANO
SF 174 A bill for an act relating to the manufacturing and equipment sales and use tax exemption, and including effective date provisions. LYKAM, COURNOYER, KINNEY, KOELKER, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, RAGAN, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, DOTZLER, R. TAYLOR, CELSI and DANIELSON
SF 175 A bill for an act creating the Iowa end-of-life options Act and providing penalties. HF 374 BOLKCOM, R. TAYLOR, CELSI and DOTZLER
SF 176 A bill for an act concerning employment matters involving public employees including collective bargaining, educator employment matters, personnel records and settlement agreements, city civil service requirements, and health insurance matters, and including effective date, applicability, and transition provisions. HF 147 SF 350 T. TAYLOR, BISIGNANO, BOLKCOM, BOULTON, CELSI, DANIELSON, DOTZLER, HOGG, JOCHUM, KINNEY, LYKAM, MATHIS, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, RAGAN, J. SMITH, R. TAYLOR and WAHLS
SF 177 A bill for an act providing for the establishment of a teacher recruitment and retention task force. MATHIS
SF 178 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. SF 125, HF 580, SF 500 KINNEY, CELSI, R. TAYLOR, BOULTON, WAHLS, LYKAM, J. SMITH, PETERSEN, JOCHUM, DOTZLER and BOLKCOM
SF 179 A bill for an act establishing the offense of sexual activity with an individual sixteen or seventeen years of age, and providing penalties. (See SF 584.) SF 584 R. SMITH
SF 180 A bill for an act allowing law enforcement agencies to retain possession of motor vehicles suspected to have been used to elude law enforcement vehicles. (See SF 486.) SF 486 R. SMITH
SF 181 A bill for an act establishing a tree and forest advisory council. BROWN
SF 182 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. HF 498 ZAUN
SF 183 A bill for an act setting the dates for the submission of local public measures to the electors and including applicability provisions. ZAUN
SF 184 A bill for an act permitting the transportation of certain types of loads by motor vehicles exceeding certain weight limitations. (Formerly SSB 1045; See SF 629.) SF 629, HF 777 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 185 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle registration fees for disabled veterans. (Formerly SF 61.) SF 61 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 186 A bill for an act to increase the maximum capacity of certain motor vehicles operated by school district employees to transport children to activity events or from school to home in unusual situations. (Formerly SF 43.) SF 43 HF 136, HF 499 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 187 A bill for an act relating to the gross weight of special trucks, and providing fees. (Formerly SF 83; See SF 637.) SF 83, HF 75, HF 483, HF 769, SF 637 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 188 A bill for an act prohibiting a governing board of a public college or university from adopting or enforcing any policy or rule that prohibits a person from carrying, transporting, or possessing a dangerous weapon producing a nonprojectile high-voltage pulse designed to immobilize a person in the buildings or on the grounds of such a college or university. (Formerly SF 120.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 120 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 189 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, and including effective date provisions. PETERSEN
SF 190 A bill for an act establishing a home modification grant program within the department on aging, and providing an appropriation. SF 269 RAGAN, MATHIS, DANIELSON, BOULTON, WAHLS, KINNEY, DOTZLER, R. TAYLOR, CELSI, BISIGNANO, LYKAM, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, J. SMITH, JOCHUM and T. TAYLOR
SF 191 A bill for an act relating to the family income eligibility requirement for state child care assistance. HF 104, HF 133, SF 163, HF 334, HF 360 RAGAN, MATHIS, DANIELSON, BOULTON, WAHLS, KINNEY, DOTZLER, R. TAYLOR, CELSI, BISIGNANO, LYKAM, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, J. SMITH, JOCHUM and T. TAYLOR
SF 192 A bill for an act relating to taking a capital gain deduction for the sale of real property used in a farming business. (See SF 627.) SF 627, HF 778 BROWN and ZUMBACH
SF 193 A bill for an act providing for the issuance and display of one motor vehicle registration plate. DANIELSON
SF 194 A bill for an act requiring the natural resource commission to allow catfish to be taken by hand fishing and providing penalties. R. TAYLOR
SF 195 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, R. TAYLOR, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, JOCHUM, J. SMITH, WAHLS, DOTZLER and T. TAYLOR
SF 196 A bill for an act relating to cost-based reimbursement for critical access hospitals under the Medicaid program. R. TAYLOR, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, JOCHUM, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, KINNEY, BISIGNANO, CELSI and DOTZLER
SF 197 A bill for an act allowing certain vans and pickups to be used to transport pupils to activity events or from school to home in emergency situations. (Formerly SF 58.) SF 58 HF 343 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 198 A bill for an act relating to landowner wild turkey and deer hunting tags. (Formerly SF 50.) SF 50 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 199 A bill for an act relating to voluntary diversity plans under the state’s open enrollment law. (Formerly SSB 1034.) HF 6 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 200 A bill for an act relating to retention and recertification elections for public employee collective bargaining units conducted by the public employment relations board. BISIGNANO
SF 201 A bill for an act relating to boards and commissions of the state. (See SF 574.) SF 574 BROWN
SF 202 A bill for an act relating to youth deer and youth wild turkey hunting licenses, and providing effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 47; See SF 610.) SF 610 SF 47 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 203 A bill for an act relating to stocking private waters and fishing on such waters. (Formerly SF 46.) SF 46 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 204 A bill for an act providing for an affirmative defense to certain claims relating to personal information security breach protection. NUNN
SF 205 A bill for an act exempting from the state sales tax the purchase price of tangible personal property or specified digital products sold and services furnished to a nonprofit food bank. HF 370 CARLIN
SF 206 A bill for an act requesting the establishment of a special education interim study committee. (See SF 316.) SF 316 CARLIN
SF 207 A bill for an act relating to peace officers and retired peace officers who provide street or highway driving instruction. (See SF 319.) SF 319 SCHNEIDER
SF 208 A bill for an act increasing the maximum allowable length for stinger-steered automobile transporters. (Formerly SSB 1048.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 342 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 209 A bill for an act to require school districts and accredited nonpublic schools to offer high school students an opportunity to take the United States citizenship and immigration services naturalization civics test, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1043.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 210 A bill for an act providing for the designation of a lay caregiver relating to a patient’s inpatient stay at a hospital. (Formerly SF 84.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 84, HF 340, HF 533 SF 33 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 211 A bill for an act relating to a Medicaid managed care external review process for Medicaid provider appeals. MATHIS and RAGAN
SF 212 A bill for an act creating the criminal offense of female genital mutilation and providing penalties. (See SF 346.) SF 346 HF 63, HF 299, HF 534 SINCLAIR, SWEENEY, GARRETT, WHITING, COURNOYER, KOELKER, CHAPMAN, ROZENBOOM, SCHNEIDER, FEENSTRA, NUNN, KRAAYENBRINK, GREENE, JOHNSON and LOFGREN
SF 213 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 459.) SF 459 SCHULTZ
SF 214 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a new deduction for any income of an employee resulting from the payment by an employer on the employee’s qualified education loan and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. SCHNEIDER
SF 215 A bill for an act relating to the residency of members of the armed forces stationed at specified military installations for purposes of hunting, fishing, and trapping privileges. (See SF 280.) SF 280 COURNOYER
SF 216 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. (See SF 557.) HF 225, SF 557 COURNOYER
SF 217 A bill for an act relating to a program to recognize gender diversity on corporate boards. MATHIS
SF 218 A bill for an act providing for a review of statutes and rules by the Iowa board of veterinary medicine. KINNEY
SF 219 A bill for an act relating to an intercollegiate basketball scheduling requirement for institutions of higher learning under the control of the state board of regents. DANIELSON
SF 220 A bill for an act relating to the increased expensing allowance deduction by corporations, financial institutions, and partnerships and limited liability companies taxed as corporations, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1098.) Effective 3-15-19. COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 221 A bill for an act relating to preservation of interests and claims in real estate and including applicability provisions. LOFGREN
SF 222 A bill for an act relating to penalties for drivers of motor vehicles who pass, or fail to reduce speed or stop for, school buses, and including effective date provisions. HF 460 MATHIS
SF 223 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 89, HF 146, SF 242 T. TAYLOR, MATHIS, WAHLS, DOTZLER, R. TAYLOR, CELSI, BISIGNANO, LYKAM, QUIRMBACH, PETERSEN, RAGAN, J. SMITH, BOLKCOM, JOCHUM, BOULTON, DANIELSON, HOGG and KINNEY
SF 224 A bill for an act relating to independent private instruction reporting and notice of intent requirements. J. SMITH, CELSI, WAHLS, BOULTON, DOTZLER, LYKAM, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN and RAGAN
SF 225 A bill for an act relating to surcharges added to criminal penalties, court funds, civil fees, misdemeanor and felony fines, and fines associated with scheduled violations. (Formerly SSB 1059; See SF 457.) SF 457 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 226 A bill for an act relating to commercial driver’s license requirements, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1049.) HF 418 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 227 A bill for an act relating to the display of registration plates on motor vehicles. (Formerly SF 42.) SF 42 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 228 A bill for an act relating to bioscience-based economic development, the establishment of a bioscience development corporation, and membership on the Iowa innovation council. (Formerly SSB 1084.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 477 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 229 A bill for an act relating to the sale, lease, or rental of water treatment systems and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 25.) SF 25 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 230 A bill for an act relating to manufacturers of alcoholic beverages. (Formerly SSB 1021.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 231 A bill for an act providing for unified fire and emergency service departments. ZAUN
SF 232 A bill for an act relating to the siting of wind energy conversion facilities. HF 193 ZAUN
SF 233 A bill for an act relating to customer choice regarding the installation of certain public utility meters. HF 154 ZAUN
SF 234 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees and making penalties applicable. HF 30 SF 82, SF 476 ZAUN
SF 235 A bill for an act relating to domestic relations proceedings involving parties with a history of domestic abuse. (See SF 517.) SF 517 BOLKCOM
SF 236 A bill for an act relating to department of transportation contracts involving former employees of the department, and making penalties applicable. DANIELSON
SF 237 A bill for an act relating to the membership and procedures of the state judicial nominating commission and district judicial nominating commission and to the selection and qualifications of judges, associate judges, and the chief justice, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1101.) HF 503 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 238 A bill for an act establishing the immunization safety and right of refusal Act, and providing penalties. GUTH
SF 239 A bill for an act providing for exemptions from immunization for a person’s enrollment in any elementary or secondary school or licensed child care center. HF 448 GUTH and ZAUN
SF 240 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. (See SF 508.) HF 258 SF 508 GUTH, WHITING, CHAPMAN, CARLIN, COSTELLO, GARRETT, BEHN, JOHNSON, ROZENBOOM, SEGEBART, COURNOYER, KRAAYENBRINK, FEENSTRA, SWEENEY, SCHULTZ and EDLER
SF 241 A bill for an act relating to claims for unemployment insurance benefits and including applicability provisions. (See SF 566.) SF 566 DOTZLER
SF 242 A bill for an act relating to wage discrimination under the Iowa civil rights Act of 1965 and in state contracting, making penalties applicable, and establishing an equal pay task force. HF 89, HF 146 SF 223 DOTZLER
SF 243 A bill for an act relating to the employment of unauthorized aliens and providing penalties. (See SF 516.) SF 516 GARRETT, CHAPMAN, GUTH, JOHNSON, WHITING, SEGEBART, GREENE, ZUMBACH, BEHN, ROZENBOOM, KAPUCIAN, SHIPLEY, ZAUN, CARLIN, SINCLAIR, SWEENEY, COSTELLO, COURNOYER, KRAAYENBRINK, EDLER, FEENSTRA, NUNN, R. SMITH, SCHULTZ, MILLER-MEEKS and BREITBACH
SF 244 A bill for an act relating to a study concerning a comprehensive approach to detecting, managing, and preventing elder abuse. RAGAN and BOLKCOM
SF 245 A bill for an act relating to eligibility and reporting requirements for the skilled workforce shortage tuition grant program. (Formerly SSB 1051.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 290 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 246 A bill for an act relating to requirements for eligibility under the all Iowa opportunity scholarship program. (Formerly SSB 1052.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 560 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 247 A bill for an act increasing the state minimum hourly wage and providing for subsequent increases by the same percentage as the increase in federal social security benefits. HF 91 T. TAYLOR
SF 248 A bill for an act relating to the operation of railroad trains by a crew of two or more persons, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. T. TAYLOR, DANIELSON, KINNEY, J. SMITH, LYKAM and R. TAYLOR
SF 249 A bill for an act relating to the construction and maintenance of walkways in railroad yards, and providing penalties. HF 21 T. TAYLOR, DOTZLER, R. TAYLOR, LYKAM and DANIELSON
SF 250 A bill for an act concerning matters relating to the transportation of railroad workers, and providing penalties. HF 382 T. TAYLOR, DANIELSON, KINNEY, J. SMITH, LYKAM and R. TAYLOR
SF 251 A bill for an act relating to the provision of Medicaid coverage to pregnant women lawfully residing in the United States. (See SF 414.) SF 414 SF 16 MILLER-MEEKS
SF 252 A bill for an act relating to the suspension of Medicaid coverage for an inmate of a public institution. (See SF 415.) HF 209, HF 423, SF 415 MILLER-MEEKS
SF 253 A bill for an act relating to eligibility for state child care assistance. HF 480 HOGG
SF 254 A bill for an act relating to consent agreements for domestic abuse and sexual abuse protective orders. (See SF 448.) HF 522, SF 448 MATHIS
SF 255 A bill for an act relating to calculation of attorney fees for attorneys representing personal representatives in administration of estates. HF 40 DANIELSON
SF 256 A bill for an act relating to the medical cannabidiol Act. (See SF 501.) SF 408, SF 501 ZAUN
SF 257 A bill for an act exempting from the hotel and motel tax the sales price of lodging furnished by nonprofit lodging providers renting to the friends and family of hospital patients. PETERSEN
SF 258 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 392.) SF 392 KINNEY
SF 259 A bill for an act relating to the definition of person from the moment of conception until natural death under the criminal code. FEENSTRA
SF 260 A bill for an act providing for a chief operations officer within the office of the governor. DANIELSON
SF 261 A bill for an act relating to the practice of alternative and complementary medicine, and making penalties applicable. HF 332 ZAUN
SF 262 A bill for an act relating to the recovery of costs and certain payment disclosures associated with the closure of electric power generating facilities. HF 347 ZUMBACH
SF 263 A bill for an act requiring certain disclosures related to veterans’ benefit services, and making penalties applicable. ZAUN
SF 264 A bill for an act relating to petitions for reclassification of certain secondary roads. SINCLAIR
SF 265 A bill for an act providing for the sale of certain mushrooms at farmers markets, and providing an effective date. (Formerly SSB 1111.) Effective 5-3-19. COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 266 A bill for an act relating to required notices to the department of transportation regarding certain registered aircraft. (Formerly SSB 1050.) HF 390 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 267 A bill for an act relating to the practice of massage therapy, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 1037.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 479 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 268 A bill for an act increasing the required amount for a surety bond necessary for the issuance of a travel trailer dealer’s license, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1072.) HF 391 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 269 A bill for an act establishing a home modification grant program within the department on aging, and providing an appropriation. SF 190 SEGEBART
SF 270 A bill for an act relating to the health education requirement for grades nine through twelve under the education standards. (See SF 376.) HF 504 SF 376 SCHNEIDER
SF 271 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicles, including registration plates and the minimum standard of transparency for window tint, providing fees, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 88.) SF 88 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 272 A bill for an act relating to the provision of debt management services in connection with educational loans, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1066.) HF 321 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 273 A bill for an act relating to the criminal elements for the commission of sexual misconduct with offenders and juveniles, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 1057.) HF 515 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 274 A bill for an act relating to speech and expression at public institutions of higher education, providing for remedies, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1099.) Effective 3-27-19. HF 276, HF 316, HF 661 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 275 A bill for an act relating to the criminal offenses of assault by threat of a targeted attack and cyberharassment, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 1009.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 276 A bill for an act relating to specified professional benefits, accommodations, and representations, and including effective date provisions. MATHIS
SF 277 A bill for an act relating to manufacturers of alcoholic beverages. HF 401 COURNOYER
SF 278 A bill for an act requiring community colleges and institutions of higher learning governed by the state board of regents to offer to certain students financial literacy programs designed to reduce student loan debt. PETERSEN, BOLKCOM, QUIRMBACH, CELSI, T. TAYLOR, R. TAYLOR, WAHLS, J. SMITH and MATHIS
SF 279 A bill for an act relating to hemp, including the regulation of hemp, providing for enforcement and the confiscation and destruction or disposal of certain property, providing for fees, making appropriations, including penalties, and providing implementation and effective date provisions. (See SF 599.) HF 763 HF 733, SF 599, HF 754, HF 781 SHIPLEY, COURNOYER, SEGEBART, SCHULTZ, BEHN, SINCLAIR, ZAUN, EDLER, MILLER-MEEKS, SWEENEY, GUTH, BREITBACH, BROWN, ZUMBACH, JOHNSON, KOELKER, KAPUCIAN, ROZENBOOM, GREENE, KRAAYENBRINK, FEENSTRA, KINNEY, BISIGNANO, R. TAYLOR, T. TAYLOR, CELSI, LYKAM, QUIRMBACH, BOLKCOM, PETERSEN, RAGAN, MATHIS, J. SMITH, DANIELSON, WAHLS and BOULTON
SF 280 A bill for an act relating to the residency of members of the armed forces stationed at specified military installations for purposes of hunting, fishing, and trapping privileges. (Formerly SF 215.) SF 215 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 281 A bill for an act relating to the process and fees associated with the registration and title of vessels, snowmobiles, and all-terrain vehicles. (Formerly SSB 1122; See SF 623.) HF 389, SF 623 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 282 A bill for an act providing for the repeal of the honey creek premier destination park bond program. (Formerly SSB 1121.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 283 A bill for an act relating to conflicts of interest in certain government public contracts. (Formerly SSB 1094.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 730 HF 178 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 284 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. HF 403 LOFGREN
SF 285 A bill for an act providing for criminal offenses related to beekeeping. (See SF 393.) SF 393 BOULTON
SF 286 A bill for an act prohibiting persons from intentionally blocking the movement of traffic on certain highways, and providing penalties. CHAPMAN and BEHN
SF 287 A bill for an act relating academic eligibility standards for public school students participating in extracurricular interscholastic athletic contests or competitions. (See SF 437.) SF 437 CHAPMAN
SF 288 A bill for an act relating to purple marks or caps on top of trees or posts to indicate that unlawful entry constitutes criminal trespass and making penalties applicable. (See SF 449.) SF 449 CHAPMAN
SF 289 A bill for an act repealing statewide registration requirements for interior designers. CHAPMAN
SF 290 A bill for an act relating to goose hunting on private property. (See SF 521.) SF 521 CHAPMAN
SF 291 A bill for an act relating to the dispensing of insulin in emergency situations, and providing for insurance coverage. (See SF 530.) HF 447, SF 530 HF 700 KOELKER
SF 292 A bill for an act relating to continuity of care and nonmedical switching by health carriers, health benefit plans, and utilization review organizations, and including applicability provisions. (See SF 489.) HF 204 SF 489 GREENE
SF 293 A bill for an act creating an exemption to the water services excise tax. SWEENEY
SF 294 A bill for an act relating to state financing involving the state general fund expenditure limitation by revising calculation requirements for the limitation, creating a safety net fund, making transfers, and providing for related state personal income tax rate reductions, and including effective date and applicability provisions. CHAPMAN
SF 295 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicles that traverse certain railroad grade crossings against a gate or signal, and providing penalties. (See SF 474; SF 622.) SF 474, SF 622 BEHN
SF 296 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. (See SF 588.) SF 588 HF 62 BEHN, GARRETT, GREENE, CHAPMAN, GUTH, COSTELLO, EDLER, SHIPLEY, ZAUN, KAPUCIAN, SCHULTZ, SEGEBART, COURNOYER, JOHNSON, ZUMBACH, SWEENEY, ROZENBOOM, CARLIN, WHITING and FEENSTRA
SF 297 A bill for an act relating to the individual income tax by creating a tax credit for community college students pursuing a credential leading to a high-demand occupation and including applicability provisions. (See SF 481.) SF 481 BEHN
SF 298 A bill for an act relating to the burden of proof in certain judicial proceedings involving school boards and rules adopted by the department of education. (See SF 439.) SF 439 LOFGREN
SF 299 A bill for an act providing for the regulation of certain food products by using the term meat. SF 404 SHIPLEY
SF 300 A bill for an act related to allowable annual salaries for deputy county auditors in charge of elections administration. HF 595 J. SMITH
SF 301 A bill for an act authorizing city utilities to provide a reduced rate to certain persons based on age. J. SMITH and CARLIN
SF 302 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicles operated by an automated driving system, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1128.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 535 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 303 A bill for an act relating to the replacement of a person’s driver’s license or nonoperator’s identification card on the person’s twenty-first birthday anniversary. (Formerly SF 62.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 62 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 304 A bill for an act relating to licensing sanctions against individuals who default or are delinquent on student loan debt or on a related service obligation. (Formerly SSB 1133.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 437, HF 660 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 305 A bill for an act relating to eligibility for the supplemental nutrition assistance program and cooperation regarding a child support order. (Formerly SSB 1109.) COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 306 A bill for an act establishing a lake Manawa state park user fee pilot program and a Waubonsie state park user fee pilot program. (Formerly SF 132.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 132 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 307 A bill for an act relating to the repeal of the state inheritance tax and the state qualified use inheritance tax. (Formerly SF 1.) SF 1, SF 69, HF 172, HF 438 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 308 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 40 ZAUN
SF 309 A bill for an act relating to unemployment compensation benefits and department-approved training. T. TAYLOR
SF 310 A bill for an act providing limited immunity from certain criminal offenses and prohibiting certain disciplinary sanctions for persons under twenty-one years of age who report, seek, or require emergency assistance for alcohol overdoses or protection from certain crimes, and modifying penalties. SF 342 HF 684 WAHLS
SF 311 A bill for an act providing for access to feminine hygiene products in public school restrooms. WAHLS
SF 312 A bill for an act providing for the development of a strategic plan regarding renewable energy production in the state. WAHLS
SF 313 A bill for an act relating to evidence of title by state banks for certain loans. (See SF 527.) SF 527 DAWSON
SF 314 A bill for an act establishing a shortline railroad restoration tax credit, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (See SF 630.) HF 655 SF 630 BROWN
SF 315 A bill for an act establishing the criminal offense of unlawful presence in the state, and providing penalties. CHAPMAN
SF 316 A bill for an act requesting the establishment of a special education interim study committee. (Formerly SF 206.) SF 206 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 317 A bill for an act relating to the state preschool program by establishing a preschool expansion incentive, authorizing state aid for the incentive, and addressing program costs. SF 551 QUIRMBACH, R. TAYLOR, DOTZLER, WAHLS, J. SMITH, CELSI, JOCHUM, MATHIS, RAGAN, PETERSEN, BOLKCOM and BOULTON
SF 318 A bill for an act establishing the office of student loan ombudsman within the college student aid commission. (See SF 539.) SF 539 QUIRMBACH, R. TAYLOR, DOTZLER, WAHLS, J. SMITH, CELSI, JOCHUM, MATHIS, PETERSEN, BOLKCOM and BOULTON
SF 319 A bill for an act relating to peace officers and retired peace officers who provide street or highway driving instruction. (Formerly SF 207.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 207 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 320 A bill for an act relating to permissible interest rates and charges for certain loans. (Formerly SSB 1096.) HF 260 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 321 A bill for an act relating to certain tax credits awarded by the economic development authority for equity investments in qualifying businesses or innovation funds and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1156; See SF 598.) HF 339, SF 598 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 322 A bill for an act relating to the enhance Iowa board and moneys allocated by the board. (Formerly SSB 1083.) HF 305 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 323 A bill for an act relating to canned cocktails and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1118.) Effective 5-10-19. HF 309 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 324 A bill for an act providing for time off to care for or transport a child in the event of a school cancellation, late start, or early dismissal due to inclement weather and making penalties applicable. WAHLS
SF 325 A bill for an act relating to the deposit and transfer of real estate transfer tax receipts, and including effective date provisions. WAHLS
SF 326 A bill for an act prohibiting the expenditure of certain public moneys for dues or membership fees to certain high school athletic organizations. FEENSTRA
SF 327 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 1013; See SF 604.) SF 604 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 328 A bill for an act relating to the civil commitment of sexually violent predators. (Formerly SSB 1070.) HF 266 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 329 A bill for an act relating to expert witness testimony in child sexual abuse and child endangerment cases. (Formerly SSB 1016.) HF 686 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 330 A bill for an act relating to the division of domestic stock insurers. (Formerly SSB 1044.) HF 264 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 331 A bill for an act relating to the insurance fraud bureau, criminal history checks for licenses granted by the insurance division, and resolving inconsistencies. (Formerly SSB 1151.) HF 426 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 332 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle damage repair under motor vehicle insurance policies and deceptive acts or practices by motor vehicle insurers. ZAUN
SF 333 A bill for an act relating to nonsubstantive Code corrections. (Formerly SSB 1140.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 600 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 334 A bill for an act relating to public assistance program oversight. (Formerly SSB 1131.) COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 335 A bill for an act relating to standards for carbon monoxide protection and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 67.) SF 67 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 336 A bill for an act prohibiting employer control of employee political contributions. (Formerly SF 53.) SF 53 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 337 A bill for an act providing for exceptions to the state child labor law. (Formerly SSB 1085.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 338 A bill for an act relating to the transfer of dangerous persons with mental illness from a hospital for persons with mental illness to the Iowa medical and classification center. (Formerly SSB 1056.) HF 421 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 339 A bill for an act relating to state employee defense and indemnification from certain claims and actions. (Formerly SSB 1068.) HF 337 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 340 A bill for an act relating to the notification of a county commission of veteran affairs of the incarceration of a veteran at a jail or municipal holding facility. (Formerly SF 124.) SF 124 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 341 A bill for an act relating to assistance animals and service animals in housing, service animals and service-animals-in-training in public accommodations, and misrepresentation of an animal as a service animal or a service-animal-in-training, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 63.) Various effective dates; see section 9 of bill. SF 63 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 342 A bill for an act providing limited immunity from certain criminal offenses and prohibiting certain disciplinary sanctions for persons under twenty-one years of age who report, seek, or require emergency assistance for alcohol overdoses or protection from certain crimes, and modifying penalties. (Formerly SSB 1107.) SF 310 HF 684 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 343 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 1004.) HF 253 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 344 A bill for an act relating to excuse from jury service for persons at least seventy-two years of age. (Formerly SSB 1138.) HF 108 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 345 A bill for an act relating to the payment of required medical aid provided to prisoners of county jails. (Formerly SSB 1074.) HF 685 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 346 A bill for an act creating the criminal offense of female genital mutilation and providing penalties. (Formerly SF 212.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 212 HF 63, HF 299, HF 534 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 347 A bill for an act relating to pharmacy benefit managers and health carriers and management of prescription drug benefits, and including applicability provisions. (See SF 563.) HF 489 SF 563 MILLER-MEEKS
SF 348 A bill for an act relating to the prescribing and dispensing of self-administered hormonal contraceptives. (See SF 513.) SF 513, HF 727 MILLER-MEEKS
SF 349 A bill for an act relating to workers’ compensation. SF 451 BOULTON, BISIGNANO, HOGG, DOTZLER, BOLKCOM, T. TAYLOR, JOCHUM, J. SMITH, QUIRMBACH, WAHLS, MATHIS, RAGAN, R. TAYLOR, KINNEY, CELSI, PETERSEN and LYKAM
SF 350 A bill for an act concerning employment matters involving public employees including collective bargaining, educator employment matters, personnel records and settlement agreements, city civil service requirements, and health insurance matters, and including effective date, applicability, and transition provisions. HF 147, SF 176 BOULTON
SF 351 A bill for an act relating to utility service cost disclosures in connection with certain rental properties, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (See SF 549.) HF 269, SF 549 SCHNEIDER and NUNN
SF 352 A bill for an act relating to alternative pathways and alternative practitioner preparation programs leading to initial teacher and administrator licenses and endorsements. SCHNEIDER
SF 353 A bill for an act requesting the establishment of an interim committee to study the feasibility of allowing a day of virtual instruction to count as a minimum school day when inclement weather causes schools to close. (See SF 480.) SF 354, SF 480 SCHNEIDER
SF 354 A bill for an act requesting the establishment of an interim study committee to consider school district and accredited nonpublic school use of online learning technology as a means to meet minimum school day or school hour requirements when inclement weather causes schools to close. SF 353, SF 480 COURNOYER
SF 355 A bill for an act relating to the midwest interstate passenger rail compact, and including effective date provisions. HF 287 COURNOYER
SF 356 A bill for an act relating to the operation of vehicles transporting materials or equipment on highways to or from a construction project or commercial plant site. SEGEBART
SF 357 A bill for an act relating to child restraint systems in motor vehicles, and making penalties applicable. JOCHUM
SF 358 A bill for an act relating to the termination of Medicaid managed care contracts, and including effective date provisions. HF 232 JOCHUM, J. SMITH, WAHLS, BOULTON, R. TAYLOR, QUIRMBACH, PETERSEN, CELSI and T. TAYLOR
SF 359 A bill for an act relating to the credentialing and recredentialing of Medicaid providers by a single state-procured credentialing verification organization. HF 618 JOCHUM
SF 360 A bill for an act relating to the temporary delegation of parental authority by the parent, guardian, or legal custodian of a child. (See SF 540.) SF 540 HF 721 COSTELLO
SF 361 A bill for an act relating to the siting and operation of certain wind energy conversion facilities. BROWN, CHAPMAN, ZAUN and EDLER
SF 362 A bill for an act relating to bidder qualifications with respect to county and city public contracts. T. TAYLOR
SF 363 A bill for an act relating to theft and the intent to deprive a person of the possession or control of certain property. (See SF 585.) SF 585 R. SMITH
SF 364 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa sobriety and drug monitoring program. (Formerly SSB 1055.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 713 HF 585 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 365 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 effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 227, HF 771 JOCHUM
SF 366 A bill for an act relating to gambling regulation and wagering, by providing for sports wagering and fantasy sports contests, providing for taxes and fees, making penalties applicable, and including implementation and effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1168; See SF 617.) HF 648, HF 748, SF 617 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 367 A bill for an act eliminating the education telecommunications council and regional telecommunications councils established under the Iowa communications network. (Formerly SSB 1153.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 478 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 368 A bill for an act relating to restrictions on lawful preexisting nonconforming uses by cities and counties. (Formerly SSB 1141.) HF 701 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 369 A bill for an act prohibiting the treatment of animals other than livestock and wild animals, providing for the rescue of animals by local law enforcement agencies, providing for criminal offenses and court orders, and including penalties. (Formerly SSB 1075.) SF 3 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 370 A bill for an act relating to the use of certain pesticides, by providing for a fee increase, the establishment of a fund, and making appropriations. (See SF 554; SF 601.) SF 554, SF 601 KAPUCIAN
SF 371 A bill for an act relating to probationary periods for school district administrators. COURNOYER
SF 372 A bill for an act relating to education savings grants for 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. (See SF 547.) SF 547, HF 663 BEHN
SF 373 A bill for an act relating to bicycles being overtaken and passed by certain farm vehicles, and providing penalties. ZUMBACH
SF 374 A bill for an act relating to taking coyotes while using an artificial source of light. (See SF 537.) SF 537 SCHULTZ
SF 375 A bill for an act concerning jurors, relating to access to certain department of revenue taxpayer information for jury list compilation and juror information confidentiality. (Formerly SSB 1159.) HF 662 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 376 A bill for an act relating to the health education requirement for grades nine through twelve under the education standards. (Formerly SF 270.) SF 270, HF 504 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 377 A bill for an act extending immunity from tort liability to certain nonprofit corporations providing emergency response services. (Formerly SSB 1106.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 378 A bill for an act relating to the possession of marijuana, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 1012.) HF 34 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 379 A bill for an act relating to qualifications to practice law in Iowa and regulation of persons admitted to practice law in a jurisdiction of the United States other than Iowa. (Formerly SSB 1069.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 322 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 380 A bill for an act relating to sexual exploitation by a youth athletics coach and providing penalties. (See SF 524.) SF 524 R. SMITH
SF 381 A bill for an act establishing a criminal penalty for violent repeat offenders and providing for risk assessments. (See SF 586.) SF 586 NUNN
SF 382 A bill for an act relating to domestic abuse, including provisions relating to the implementation of a domestic abuse lethality screening assessment and supervised electronic tracking and monitoring. (See SF 578.) SF 578 NUNN
SF 383 A bill for an act relating to the disposition of inherited or gifted property in dissolution of marriage proceedings. SCHNEIDER
SF 384 A bill for an act relating to fences on property acquired from railroads. BOULTON
SF 385 A bill for an act relating to maintenance of septic systems using peat or cocopeat biofilters. (See SF 511.) SF 511 CHAPMAN
SF 386 A bill for an act prohibiting the manufacturing and sale of food packaging containing perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, including effective date provisions, and making penalties applicable. BOLKCOM
SF 387 A bill for an act relating to pediatric congenital heart surgery including data reporting and the provision of patient education by hospitals. (See SF 531.) HF 430, SF 531 SCHULTZ, JOHNSON, SEGEBART and GREENE
SF 388 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa patriots memorial highway, and including applicability provisions. CARLIN
SF 389 A bill for an act relating to the operation of motor vehicles in the left-most lane of certain roadways, and making penalties applicable. HF 74, HF 481 CHAPMAN
SF 390 A bill for an act prohibiting public employers from seeking the criminal record or criminal history from applicants for employment under certain circumstances, establishing a criminal history employment application task force, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. HF 472 HF 64, SF 142, HF 163 MATHIS and ZUMBACH
SF 391 A bill for an act providing for decennial review of administrative rules by the general assembly and related procedures, and including effective date provisions. WHITING
SF 392 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 258.) SF 258 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 393 A bill for an act providing for criminal offenses related to beekeeping. (Formerly SF 285.) SF 285 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 394 A bill for an act relating to requirements school districts and accredited nonpublic schools must meet to provide distance learning classes that meet the requirements of Iowa’s education program. (Formerly SSB 1165.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 395 A bill for an act relating to substance use disorder services and reimbursement, and including effective date provisions. HF 577 RAGAN
SF 396 A bill for an act appropriating moneys to the enhance Iowa fund. DOTZLER
SF 397 A bill for an act regulating the application of certain pesticides in proximity to a child care facility or school, and making penalties applicable. DOTZLER
SF 398 A bill for an act relating to the possession of glass beverage containers on inland waters of the state, and making penalties applicable. DOTZLER
SF 399 A bill for an act relating to telepharmacy licensing requirements. (See SF 536.) SF 536 COSTELLO
SF 400 A bill for an act relating to disclosures of certain information, including reprisals with respect to employees of a political subdivision of the state and providing information to employees concerning the office of ombudsman. (See SF 502.) SF 502 SCHNEIDER
SF 401 A bill for an act relating to the imposition of certain fees on public utilities for the use of public rights-of-way. (Formerly SSB 1152; See SF 611.) HF 537, SF 611 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 402 A bill for an act providing for the good-faith submission of information, records, applications, and documents to the credit union division. (Formerly SSB 1176.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 358 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 403 A bill for an act relating to the subpoena powers of the superintendent of credit unions, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1175.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 357 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 404 A bill for an act providing for the regulation of certain food products by using the term meat. SF 299 CARLIN
SF 405 A bill for an act relating to criminal law and procedure including certain related administrative proceedings, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (See SF 589.) SF 589, HF 729 DAWSON
SF 406 A bill for an act relating to nonresident alien public offense data collection and analysis. (See SF 579.) SF 579 CARLIN
SF 407 A bill for an act relating to restrictions on the criminal defenses of provocation, diminished capacity, and self-defense. HF 508 CELSI and WAHLS
SF 408 A bill for an act relating to the medical cannabidiol Act. SF 256, SF 501 BOLKCOM, T. TAYLOR, LYKAM, WAHLS, DOTZLER, KINNEY, CELSI, J. SMITH, BOULTON, JOCHUM, MATHIS, RAGAN, PETERSEN and QUIRMBACH
SF 409 A bill for an act relating to administrative procedures within the department of natural resources. (Formerly SSB 1119.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 677 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 410 A bill for an act requiring that a primary runoff election be held in the event of an inconclusive primary election for certain offices, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 36.) SF 36 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 411 A bill for an act relating to assessors and the state appraisal manual of the department of revenue, and including penalties. (Formerly SF 49.) SF 49 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 412 A bill for an act relating to post-loss assignment of rights to residential contractors for repair or services performed on residential real estate covered by property and casualty insurance, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1161.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 417 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 413 A bill for an act relating to alcoholic beverage control and matters under the purview of the alcoholic beverages division of the department of commerce and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1076; See SF 618.) HF 641 HF 745, SF 618 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 414 A bill for an act relating to the provision of Medicaid coverage to pregnant women lawfully residing in the United States. (Formerly SF 251.) SF 251 SF 16 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 415 A bill for an act relating to the suspension of Medicaid coverage for an inmate of a public institution. (Formerly SF 252.) HF 209, SF 252, HF 423 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 416 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement of witness mileage expenses. (Formerly SSB 1067.) HF 223 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 417 A bill for an act relating to alternative nicotine products and vapor products, and providing for taxation of such products. HF 329 HF 467 BOLKCOM
SF 418 A bill for an act relating to the practice of barbering and cosmetology arts and sciences and providing transition provisions. (See SF 582.) HF 695 SF 582 SCHNEIDER
SF 419 A bill for an act relating to mandatory child abuse and dependent adult abuse reporter training requirements. (See SF 544.) SF 544 HF 538, HF 731 QUIRMBACH and SEGEBART
SF 420 A bill for an act relating to processes and assistance under the Medicaid program. SF 168 R. SMITH
SF 421 A bill for an act providing for the reinstatement of parental rights of a former parent under certain circumstances. (See SF 545.) SF 545 HF 151 EDLER
SF 422 A bill for an act relating to health care coverage benefits for human papillomavirus vaccinations, and including applicability provisions. PETERSEN
SF 423 A bill for an act requiring the use of safety belts or safety harnesses by certain passengers of motor vehicles, and making penalties applicable. HF 461 QUIRMBACH
SF 424 A bill for an act relating to the opening of guardianships for adults and conservatorships for adults and minors and the administration of guardianships and conservatorships. (Formerly SSB 1018.) HF 610 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 425 A bill for an act providing for juvenile court jurisdiction over minor guardianship proceedings and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1091.) HF 591 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 426 A bill for an act including personal degradation of a dependent adult as a form of dependent adult abuse by a caretaker regulated by the department of human services, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1062.) HF 569 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 427 A bill for an act relating to the powers and duties of the department of agriculture and land stewardship, by changing the name of the weather bureau, modifying reporting requirements regarding agricultural liming material, modifying provisions applicable to demonstration projects involving alternative fuels, transferring certain Code sections, providing for the use of certain appropriated moneys for surface water quality, and eliminating certain watershed demonstration pilot projects. (Formerly SSB 1182; See SF 614.) HF 640, HF 750, SF 614 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 428 A bill for an act relating to distance requirements for electronically coordinated motor vehicles following in a sequence. (Formerly SSB 1179.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 429 A bill for an act relating to department of transportation employees designated as peace officers, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1025.) HF 482 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 430 A bill for an act relating to the supplemental nutrition assistance program and workfare. (Formerly SSB 1108.) COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 431 A bill for an act providing time off from work to attend presidential precinct caucuses, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, LYKAM, WAHLS, CELSI, J. SMITH, BOULTON, JOCHUM, PETERSEN and BOLKCOM
SF 432 A bill for an act requiring that human growth and development instruction by school boards include age-appropriate information regarding dating violence and affirmative consent. HF 144 SF 97, HF 450, HF 469 QUIRMBACH, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR, CELSI, J. SMITH, JOCHUM, PETERSEN and RAGAN
SF 433 A bill for an act establishing requirements relating to the use and identification of open educational resources by postsecondary educational institutions and requiring exploration and action on opportunities to reduce education resources costs. QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, LYKAM, WAHLS, DOTZLER, KINNEY, CELSI, J. SMITH, JOCHUM, PETERSEN and BOLKCOM
SF 434 A bill for an act relating to community engagement activity requirements under the Iowa health and wellness plan. SF 538 EDLER
SF 435 A bill for an act relating to towable recreational vehicles, travel trailers, and fifth-wheel travel trailers, making penalties applicable, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1180.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 436 A bill for an act relating to wrecked or salvage motor vehicles. (Formerly SSB 1148.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 437 A bill for an act relating to academic eligibility standards for public school students participating in school-approved activities. (Formerly SF 287.) SF 287 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 438 A bill for an act relating to the responsibilities and authority of school districts or school corporations, accredited nonpublic schools, area education agencies, community colleges, and board of regents institutions, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1190.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 439 A bill for an act relating to the burden of proof in certain judicial proceedings involving school boards and rules adopted by the department of education. (Formerly SF 298.) SF 298 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 440 A bill for an act relating to the determination of school district enrollment for certain school districts following a disaster event and including effective date and applicability provisions. QUIRMBACH
SF 441 A bill for an act relating to kindergarten programs offered by school districts. WAHLS
SF 442 A bill for an act relating to authorized emergency vehicles, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1090.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 443 A bill for an act relating to the inclusion of occupational therapists as mental health professionals for the purposes of disclosure of mental health and psychological information. COSTELLO
SF 444 A bill for an act providing for a beginning farmer tax credit program, providing for fees, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1181; See SF 624.) HF 647, HF 768, SF 624 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 445 A bill for an act relating to additional weighting for limited English proficient students and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 29.) SF 29, SF 550 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 446 A bill for an act relating to political and campaign ethics, including the reporting of certain gifts and bequests received by the executive branch and attribution statements on published materials, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1160.) HF 393 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 447 A bill for an act relating to the power of cities to regulate certain building restrictions, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1212.) Effective 5-2-19. HF 718 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 448 A bill for an act relating to consent agreements for domestic abuse and sexual abuse protective orders. (Formerly SF 254.) SF 254, HF 522 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 449 A bill for an act relating to purple marks or caps on top of trees or posts to indicate that unlawful entry constitutes criminal trespass and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 288.) SF 288 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 450 A bill for an act relating to energy efficiency plan filing requirements for certain public utilities, and including effective date provisions. CELSI
SF 451 A bill for an act relating to workers’ compensation. SF 349 CELSI
SF 452 A bill for an act prohibiting the possession, sale, and use of consumer fireworks, providing penalties, and including transition and effective date provisions. CELSI
SF 453 A bill for an act relating to third-party payment of coverage benefits for medical food, and including applicability provisions. CELSI
SF 454 A bill for an act relating to administrative operations space cost limitations applicable to a Medicaid managed care organization. CELSI, DOTZLER, J. SMITH, BISIGNANO, T. TAYLOR, LYKAM, JOCHUM, BOLKCOM and BOULTON
SF 455 A bill for an act relating to restitution for claims arising from state employees committing unfair or discriminatory employment practices, including personal liability insurance requirements. CELSI
SF 456 A bill for an act relating to registration and bonding requirements for contractors, and providing criminal and civil penalties. CELSI
SF 457 A bill for an act relating to surcharges added to criminal penalties, court funds, civil fees, misdemeanor and felony fines, and fines associated with scheduled violations. (Formerly SSB 1059 and SF 225.) SF 225 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 458 A bill for an act relating to debts for which the homestead is liable by providing that the homestead may be sold to satisfy debts secured by a mechanic’s lien, including principal, interest, attorney fees, and costs. (Formerly SSB 1147.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 459 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 213.) SF 213 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 460 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 SSB 1144.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 461 A bill for an act relating to home improvement fraud and providing penalties for contractors who commit home improvement fraud. (Formerly SF 151.) SF 151, HF 602 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 462 A bill for an act relating to restrictions on bailable defendants charged with homicide by motor vehicle. (Formerly SSB 1008.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 463 A bill for an act relating to landlord remedies and procedures relating to failure to timely pay rent and forcible entry and detainer. (Formerly SSB 1053.) HF 638 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 464 A bill for an act relating to clerks of court, including the number of counties in which a clerk may serve and residency requirements. (Formerly SSB 1063.) HF 267 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 465 A bill for an act relating to the awarding of contracts for public improvement projects. QUIRMBACH
SF 466 A bill for an act relating to firearms, including provisions relating to the purchase, sale, or transfer of firearms and requiring an educational program relating to hunting, and providing penalties. QUIRMBACH
SF 467 A bill for an act relating to requiring hospitals to provide umbilical cord testing for the presence of an illegal drug or alcohol in a newborn child’s body and child in need of assistance proceedings. BROWN
SF 468 A bill for an act relating to an administrative services organization delivery model for the Medicaid program, and including effective date provisions. BROWN
SF 469 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 a trust fund, and including penalties. BOLKCOM
SF 470 A bill for an act allowing a landowner of agricultural land to obtain relief from a government body for its use of adjacent real property. KAPUCIAN
SF 471 A bill for an act relating to the termination of parental rights of an incarcerated parent under child in need of assistance proceedings. ZAUN
SF 472 A bill for an act relating to imposition of optional taxes for emergency medical services by counties. HF 558 BROWN
SF 473 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle taxes and fees, including registration fees for certain electric vehicles, an excise tax on hydrogen used as special fuel, and an excise tax on electricity used as electric fuel, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1208.) HF 725, HF 767 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 474 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicles that traverse certain railroad grade crossings against a gate or signal, and providing penalties. (Formerly SF 295; See SF 622.) SF 295, SF 622 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 475 A bill for an act providing for notarial acts, including by providing for the use of electronic media, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1116.) Various effective dates; see section 11 of bill. HF 736 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 476 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1204.) SF 82 HF 30, SF 234 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 477 A bill for an act relating to juvenile justice, including provisions relating to child foster care and parent visitation in child in need of assistance proceedings. (Formerly SSB 1209.) HF 644 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 478 A bill for an act relating to lighting devices and other equipment on snow plows and authorized emergency vehicles, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1047.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 479 A bill for an act relating to mental health and disability services, including the establishment of a children’s behavioral health system and a children’s behavioral health system state board, and requiring certain children’s behavioral health core services. (Formerly SSB 1197.) HF 690 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 480 A bill for an act requesting the establishment of an interim committee to study the feasibility of allowing a day of virtual instruction to count as a minimum school day when inclement weather causes schools to close. (Formerly SF 353.) SF 353, SF 354 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 481 A bill for an act relating to the individual income tax by creating a tax credit for community college students pursuing a credential leading to a high-demand occupation and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 297.) SF 297 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 482 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 483 A bill for an act relating to sexual harassment in employment and working relationships, and including effective date provisions. HF 110 PETERSEN
SF 484 A bill for an act relating to electronic benefits transfer cards under the food assistance program and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1132.) COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 485 A bill for an act relating to the military service property tax exemption and credit by increasing the exemption amount, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1022.) COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 486 A bill for an act allowing law enforcement agencies to retain possession of motor vehicles suspected to have been used to elude law enforcement vehicles. (Formerly SF 180.) SF 180 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 487 A bill for an act modifying the periods of time to bring criminal actions for sexual offenses against a minor, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1054.) SF 92 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 488 A bill for an act authorizing use of concurrent enrollment programs for teaching certain subjects required under the educational standards and making an appropriation to fund enrollment of pupils under concurrent enrollment program agreements between certain accredited nonpublic schools and community colleges. (Formerly SSB 1163; See SF 603.) SF 603 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 489 A bill for an act relating to continuity of care for covered persons with epilepsy, and nonmedical switching by health carriers, health benefit plans, and utilization review organizations, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 292.) HF 204, SF 292 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 490 A bill for an act relating to tobacco cessation services under the Medicaid program. (Formerly SSB 1189.) COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 491 A bill for an act requiring the water resources coordinating council to make recommendations for a pilot project for universal riparian buffers. HOGG
SF 492 A bill for an act establishing an agriculture climate adaptation advisory task force and providing for an agriculture climate adaptation report. HF 724 HOGG
SF 493 A bill for an act related to a study of the recycling and reuse of plastic containers and packaging sold in the state. CELSI
SF 494 A bill for an act relating to the applicability of beverage containers control provisions, refund value for beverage containers, and handling fees. HF 181, HF 198 CELSI
SF 495 A bill for an act relating to school bus equipment standards, requirements, and funding, and including effective date provisions. CELSI
SF 496 A bill for an act providing for appropriations from the beer and liquor control fund to the Iowa department of public health for substance abuse treatment and prevention programs. CELSI
SF 497 A bill for an act relating to cigarettes, tobacco products, and vapor products, including taxation of such products. CELSI, HOGG, PETERSEN, BOLKCOM, QUIRMBACH and T. TAYLOR
SF 498 A bill for an act providing for the installation of solar energy systems in state buildings. CELSI
SF 499 A bill for an act relating to tobacco, tobacco products, alternative nicotine products, vapor products, and cigarettes, including establishing a minimum age for activities relative to these products, and making penalties applicable. SF 607 CELSI
SF 500 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a needle exchange pilot program by the Iowa department of public health. (Formerly SF 125.) HF 580 SF 125, SF 178 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 501 A bill for an act relating to the medical cannabidiol Act. (Formerly SF 256.) SF 256, SF 408 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 502 A bill for an act relating to disclosures of certain information, including reprisals with respect to employees of the state and a political subdivision of the state and providing information to employees concerning the office of ombudsman. (Formerly SF 400.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 400 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 503 A bill for an act relating to fee programs for permittee participation in lieu of required compensatory mitigation of stream and wetland impacts and making appropriations. (Formerly SSB 1120.) HF 512 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 504 A bill for an act relating to timely submission of claims by health care providers to health insurers. (Formerly SSB 1202.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 505 A bill for an act modifying provisions relating to the licensure of professional landscape architects. (Formerly SSB 1173.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 568 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 506 A bill for an act relating to procedural requirements for the merger of state credit unions. (Formerly SSB 1177.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 356 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 507 A bill for an act relating to the definition of personal injuries arising out of and in the course of the employment for the purposes of compensable acts for workers’ compensation. (Formerly SSB 1205.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 593 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 508 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. (Formerly SF 240.) HF 258, SF 240 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 509 A bill for an act relating to matters under the purview of the utilities division of the department of commerce, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1174; See SF 612.) HF 355 SF 612 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 510 A bill for an act relating to franchisor-franchisee relationships for the purposes of certain employment laws and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1110.) HF 327 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 511 A bill for an act relating to maintenance of septic systems using a peat moss biofilter system, a recirculating textile filter system, or an aerobic treatment unit. (Formerly SF 385.) SF 385 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 512 A bill for an act relating to military and veterans benefits. (Formerly SSB 1065.) HF 288 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 513 A bill for an act relating to the prescribing and dispensing of self-administered hormonal contraceptives. (Formerly SF 348.) SF 348, HF 727 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 514 A bill for an act relating to specific circumstances requiring the submission of a groundwater hazard statement with the declaration of value submitted to a county recorder in order to grant, assign, transfer, or convey real property. (Formerly SSB 1125; See SF 626.) HF 708, SF 626 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 515 A bill for an act relating to access to a copy of an original birth certificate by an adult adoptee or an entitled person, and providing for fees. (Formerly SF 126; See SF 621.) HF 528 HF 53, SF 126, HF 746, SF 621 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 516 A bill for an act relating to the employment of unauthorized aliens and providing penalties. (Formerly SF 243.) SF 243 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 517 A bill for an act relating to domestic relations proceedings involving parties with a history of domestic abuse. (Formerly SF 235.) SF 235 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 518 A bill for an act establishing a moratorium relating to the construction, including expansion, of structures that are part of certain confinement feeding operations where swine are kept, requesting an interim study committee, and including effective date provisions. HF 142, HF 203 CELSI
SF 519 A bill for an act relating to an offense involving trespass to agricultural production facilities, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1227.) Effective 3-14-19. HF 649 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 520 A bill for an act relating to the redemption and handling of beverage containers, providing civil penalties, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 59.) SF 59, HF 412 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 521 A bill for an act relating to goose hunting on private property. (Formerly SF 290.) SF 290 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 522 A bill for an act relating to grandparent and great-grandparent visitation. (Formerly SF 10.) SF 10 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 523 A bill for an act relating to the nonconsensual cause of death of and serious injury to an unborn person, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 1170.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 524 A bill for an act relating to sexual exploitation by a youth athletics coach and providing penalties. (Formerly SF 380.) SF 380 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 525 A bill for an act permitting qualified entities to request national criminal history checks of certain covered individuals. (Formerly SSB 1203.) HF 681 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 526 A bill for an act creating a blue alert program within the department of public safety for the apprehension of a person suspected of killing or seriously injuring a peace officer in the line of duty or due to safety concerns for a peace officer missing while on duty. (Formerly SSB 1167.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 527 A bill for an act relating to evidence of title by state banks and credit unions for certain loans. (Formerly SF 313.) SF 313 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 528 A bill for an act relating to self-service storage facilities, including the creation and enforcement of liens on personal property within leased spaces. (Formerly SSB 1200.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 670 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 529 A bill for an act establishing a veterans recovery pilot program and fund for the reimbursement of expenses related to providing hyperbaric oxygen treatment to eligible veterans. (Formerly SSB 1127.) HF 157 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 530 A bill for an act relating to the dispensing of insulin in emergency situations, and providing for insurance coverage. (Formerly SF 291.) SF 291, HF 447 HF 700 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 531 A bill for an act relating to pediatric congenital heart surgery including data reporting and the provision of patient education by hospitals. (Formerly SF 387.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 430, SF 387 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 532 A bill for an act relating to notice and opportunity to repair construction defects in new construction, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1146.) Effective 4-15-19. HF 678 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 533 A bill for an act concerning alcoholic beverage control, relating to limitations on business interests of certain manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers of alcoholic beverages. (Formerly SSB 1216.) HF 668 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 534 A bill for an act relating to the use of gasification and pyrolysis facilities for the conversion of certain recoverable waste materials. (Formerly SSB 1194.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 683 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 535 A bill for an act modifying provisions relating to the regulation and sale of certain fireworks, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1035.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 536 A bill for an act relating to telepharmacy licensing requirements. (Formerly SF 399.) SF 399 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 537 A bill for an act relating to taking coyotes while using an artificial source of light. (Formerly SF 374.) SF 374 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 538 A bill for an act relating to community engagement activity requirements under the Iowa health and wellness plan. (Formerly SSB 1134.) SF 434 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 539 A bill for an act establishing the office of student loan ombudsman within the college student aid commission. (Formerly SF 318.) SF 318 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 540 A bill for an act relating to the temporary delegation of parental authority by the parent, guardian, or legal custodian of a child. (Formerly SF 360.) SF 360 HF 721 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 541 A bill for an act relating to the integration of Medicaid and healthy and well kids in Iowa program eligibility, payment, and administrative functions under the department of human services. (Formerly SSB 1210.) HF 625 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 542 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement for dually eligible Medicare and Medicaid members receiving the Medicare hospice benefit and Medicaid-only members electing the hospice benefit in a nursing facility. (Formerly SSB 1232.) HF 518 HF 295 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 543 A bill for an act relating to the application fee and annual fee imposed for nonassistance child support cases. (Formerly SSB 1211; See SF 605.) HF 511, HF 739, SF 605 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 544 A bill for an act relating to mandatory child abuse and dependent adult abuse reporter training requirements. (Formerly SF 419.) SF 419 HF 538, HF 731 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 545 A bill for an act providing for the reinstatement of parental rights of a former parent under certain circumstances. (Formerly SF 421.) SF 421 HF 151 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 546 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 1172.) HF 679 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 547 A bill for an act relating to education savings grants for certain pupils attending an accredited nonpublic school or specified public schools, establishing an education savings grant fund, providing an income tax exemption, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 372.) SF 372, HF 663 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 548 A bill for an act relating to the acquisition, donation, or sale of real property for specified purposes. (Formerly SSB 1221.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 549 A bill for an act relating to utility service cost disclosures in connection with certain rental properties, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 351.) HF 269, SF 351 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 550 A bill for an act relating to additional weighting for limited English proficient students and including applicability provisions. SF 29, SF 445 WAHLS
SF 551 A bill for an act relating to the state preschool program by establishing a preschool expansion incentive, authorizing state aid for the incentive, and addressing program costs. SF 317 WAHLS
SF 552 A bill for an act requiring the economic development authority to conduct a study of combined heat and power. WAHLS
SF 553 A bill for an act relating to background checks for persons being considered for employment by a child care home and providing access to child abuse information in the child abuse registry. WAHLS
SF 554 A bill for an act establishing a pesticide administration and enforcement fund and making appropriations. (Formerly SF 370; See SF 601.) SF 601 SF 370 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 555 A bill for an act relating to weight limitations for certain implements of husbandry. (Formerly SSB 1217.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 699 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 556 A bill for an act relating to the membership of the life and health insurance guaranty association, assessments to member insurers for insurance written by impaired or insolvent member insurers, and including applicability and effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1222.) Effective 3-29-19. HF 667 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 557 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 SF 216.) HF 225, SF 216 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 558 A bill for an act relating to requirements for domestic surplus lines insurers. (Formerly SSB 1207.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 651 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 559 A bill for an act relating to insurance notices and documents delivered by electronic means to a consumer that purchases portable electronics insurance in a retail transaction. (Formerly SSB 1206.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 605 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 560 A bill for an act related to installations of certain wireless telecommunications infrastructure in the state, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1195.) HF 487 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 561 A bill for an act concerning disqualification from eligibility for unemployment benefits due to discharge for misconduct. (Formerly SSB 1088.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 562 A bill for an act relating to the removal of city utility board members, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1095.) HF 261 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 563 A bill for an act relating to pharmacy benefit managers and information related to the management of prescription drug benefits, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 347.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 347, HF 489 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 564 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa newborn screening panel. (Formerly SF 60.) SF 60 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 565 A bill for an act relating to prior authorization for medication-assisted treatment under the Medicaid program. (Formerly SSB 1231.) HF 623 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SF 566 A bill for an act relating to claims for unemployment insurance benefits and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 241.) SF 241 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 567 A bill for an act relating to disqualifications from holding certain professional licenses for persons convicted of certain crimes. (Formerly SSB 1112.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND BUSINESS RELATIONS
SF 568 A bill for an act relating to officer-involved shootings and officer-involved critical incidents. (Formerly SSB 1198.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 569 A bill for an act relating to business entities, by providing for different types of limited liability companies and the dissolution of limited liability companies, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1199.) Various effective dates; see sections 41 and 53 of bill. HF 723 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 570 A bill for an act providing for immunity from civil liability for licensed architects and professional engineers providing disaster emergency assistance under specified circumstances and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 68.) Effective 5-10-19. SF 68 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 571 A bill for an act relating to the awarding of joint custody and joint physical care. (Formerly SF 11.) SF 11 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 572 A bill for an act relating to controlled substances, including amending information collection and reporting requirements under the Iowa prescription monitoring program, amending the controlled substance schedules, removing certain references to marijuana, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1230.) HF 728 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 573 A bill for an act prohibiting the appropriation and expenditure of funds for lobbying activities by governmental entities, and providing a penalty. (Formerly SSB 1229.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 574 A bill for an act relating to boards and commissions of the state. (Formerly SF 201.) SF 201 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 575 A bill for an act relating to the conduct of state and local elections, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1241.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 576 A bill for an act relating to the protection of certain patient information and data under the purview of the department of public health. (Formerly SSB 1228.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 577 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. (Formerly SSB 1233.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 578 A bill for an act relating to domestic abuse, including provisions relating to the implementation of a domestic abuse lethality screening assessment and supervised electronic tracking and monitoring. (Formerly SF 382.) SF 382 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 579 A bill for an act relating to nonresident alien public offense data collection and analysis. (Formerly SF 406.) SF 406 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 580 A bill for an act relating to the liability of private employers, general contractors, and premises owners for negligently hiring employees, agents, or independent contractors convicted of a public offense. (Formerly SSB 1220.) HF 650 HF 471 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 581 A bill for an act relating to the auditor of state and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1239.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 582 A bill for an act relating to the practice of barbering and cosmetology arts and sciences and providing transition provisions. (Formerly SF 418.) SF 418, HF 695 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 583 A bill for an act relating to electric utility rates and infrastructure support options for private generation customers. (Formerly SSB 1201.) HF 669 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 584 A bill for an act establishing the offense of sexual activity with an individual sixteen or seventeen years of age, and providing penalties. (Formerly SF 179.) SF 179 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 585 A bill for an act relating to theft and the intent to deprive a person of the possession or control of certain property. (Formerly SF 363.) SF 363 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 586 A bill for an act establishing a criminal penalty for violent repeat offenders and providing for risk assessments. (Formerly SF 381.) SF 381 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 587 A bill for an act allowing county attorneys and assistant county attorneys to obtain a professional permit to carry weapons. (Formerly SSB 1007.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 588 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 SF 296.) SF 296 HF 62 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 589 A bill for an act relating to criminal law and procedure including certain related administrative proceedings, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 405.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 405, HF 729 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 590 A bill for an act relating to payments from the indigent defense fund by the state public defender for costs incurred by a privately retained attorney representing an indigent person. (Formerly SSB 1135.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 675 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 591 A bill for an act relating to the mistreatment of certain animals other than livestock and wildlife, by providing for criminal offenses, and including penalties. (Formerly SF 57.) SF 57 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 592 A bill for an act relating to the practice and licensure of physician assistants, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 1238.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 593 A bill for an act relating to the exclusion from the individual income tax of certain net capital gains from the sale of real property used in a business, and including applicability provisions. (See SF 636.) SF 636 SWEENEY
SF 594 A bill for an act relating to postconviction DNA profiling procedure. (Formerly SSB 1136.) HF 734 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 595 A bill for an act modifying provisions applicable to certain service contract providers regulated by the commissioner of insurance, providing fees, making penalties applicable, making an appropriation, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1223; See SF 619.) HF 665 HF 747, SF 619 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 596 A bill for an act exempting from the state sales and use tax the purchase price and installation costs of emergency generators used for power outages or natural disasters. SINCLAIR
SF 597 A bill for an act exempting from the sales tax certain items and services sold or furnished to nonprofit blood centers. (Formerly SSB 1114.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 598 A bill for an act relating to certain tax credits awarded by the economic development authority for equity investments in qualifying businesses or innovation funds and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1156, SF 321.) HF 339, SF 321 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 599 A bill for an act relating to hemp, including the regulation of hemp, providing for enforcement and the confiscation and destruction or disposal of certain property, providing for fees, including penalties, and providing implementation and effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 279.) Various effective dates; see sections 19 and 33 of bill. SF 279, HF 733, HF 754, HF 763, HF 781 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 600 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, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1243.) Various effective dates; see section 2 of bill. COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 601 A bill for an act establishing a pesticide administration and enforcement fund and making appropriations. (Formerly SF 370, SF 554.) SF 554 SF 370 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 602 A bill for an act relating to incentives for whole grade sharing and school district reorganization or dissolution. (Formerly SSB 1032, SF 138.) SF 138, HF 596 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 603 A bill for an act relating to use of concurrent enrollment programs for teaching certain subjects required under the educational standards, to the enrollment of pupils under concurrent enrollment program agreements between certain accredited nonpublic schools and community colleges, and to the criminal offense of sexual exploitation by a school employee providing instruction under a concurrent enrollment program, making penalties applicable, and including retroactive and other applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1163, SF 488.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 488 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 604 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 1013, SF 327.) SF 327 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 605 A bill for an act relating to the application fee and annual fee imposed for nonassistance child support cases. (Formerly SSB 1211, SF 543.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 511, SF 543, HF 739 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 606 A bill for an act relating to the transfer of investment tax credits issued to housing businesses under the enterprise zone program, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 103.) SF 103 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 607 A bill for an act establishing the minimum age relative to various activities relating to tobacco, tobacco products, alternative nicotine products, vapor products, and cigarettes, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions. SF 499 SCHNEIDER
SF 608 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, the college student aid commission, and the state board of regents and certain regents institutions, and properly related matters. (Formerly SSB 1250.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 609 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, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1251.) Various effective dates; see section 31 of bill. COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 610 A bill for an act relating to youth deer and youth wild turkey hunting licenses, and providing effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 47, SF 202.) SF 202 SF 47 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 611 A bill for an act relating to the imposition of certain fees on public utilities for the use of public rights-of-way. (Formerly SSB 1152, SF 401.) HF 537, SF 401 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 612 A bill for an act relating to matters under the purview of the utilities division of the department of commerce, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1174, SF 509.) HF 355, SF 509 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 613 A bill for an act relating to the established season for hunting game birds on a preserve, and providing for fees. (Formerly SSB 1248.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 614 A bill for an act relating to the powers and duties of the department of agriculture and land stewardship, by changing the name of the weather bureau, modifying provisions applicable to demonstration projects involving alternative fuels, transferring certain Code sections, providing for the use of certain appropriated moneys for surface water quality, and eliminating certain watershed demonstration pilot projects. (Formerly SSB 1182, SF 427.) SF 427, HF 640, HF 750 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 615 A bill for an act relating to appropriations to the justice system, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1255.) Item vetoed. Various effective dates; see sections 23, 30, 33, and 37 of bill. COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 616 A bill for an act relating to appropriations to the judicial branch. (Formerly SSB 1254.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 617 A bill for an act relating to gambling regulation and wagering, by providing for sports wagering and fantasy sports contests, providing for taxes and fees, making penalties applicable, and including implementation and effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1168, SF 366.) Various effective dates; see sections 23, 46, and 52 of bill. SF 366, HF 648, HF 748 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 618 A bill for an act relating to alcoholic beverage control and matters under the purview of the alcoholic beverages division of the department of commerce and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1076, SF 413.) Various effective dates; see section 68 of bill. SF 413, HF 641, HF 745 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 619 A bill for an act modifying provisions applicable to certain service contract providers regulated by the commissioner of insurance, providing fees, making penalties applicable, making an appropriation, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1223, SF 595.) Effective 5-16-19. HF 665, SF 595, HF 747 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 620 A bill for an act relating to the procedure for disposal of certain city utilities by sale. (Formerly SSB 1184.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 621 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 126, SF 515.) HF 53, SF 126, HF 528, SF 515, HF 746 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 622 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicles that traverse certain railroad grade crossings against a gate or signal, and providing penalties. (Formerly SF 295, SF 474.) SF 295, SF 474 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 623 A bill for an act relating to the process and fees associated with the registration and title of vessels, snowmobiles, and all-terrain vehicles. (Formerly SSB 1122, SF 281.) HF 389, SF 281 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 624 A bill for an act providing for a beginning farmer tax credit program, providing for fees, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1181, SF 444.) SF 444, HF 647, HF 768 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 625 A bill for an act creating an empower rural Iowa Act to provide incentives for broadband access. (Formerly SSB 1193.) HF 772 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 626 A bill for an act relating to specific circumstances requiring the submission of a groundwater hazard statement with the declaration of value submitted to a county recorder in order to grant, assign, transfer, or convey real property. (Formerly SSB 1125, SF 514.) SF 514, HF 708 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 627 A bill for an act relating to taking a capital gain deduction for the sale of real property used in a farming business. (Formerly SF 192.) SF 192, HF 778 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 628 A bill for an act relating to the excise taxes on motor fuel and certain special fuel, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1246.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 629 A bill for an act relating to permits for vehicles of excessive size and weight, including vehicles transporting raw forest products, and providing for fees. (Formerly SSB 1045, SF 184.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 777 SF 184 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 630 A bill for an act establishing a shortline railroad restoration tax credit, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 314.) SF 314, HF 655 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 631 A bill for an act relating to the administration of the tax and related laws by the department of revenue, including the administration and modification of certain tax credits and refunds, the individual and corporate income taxes, franchise taxes, franchise alternative minimum taxes, moneys and credits taxes, sales and use taxes, and automobile rental excise taxes, the assessment of property owned by certain long distance telephone companies, establishing a taxation and exemption of computers task force, and providing for other properly related matters, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1249.) HF 779 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 632 A bill for an act making appropriations to the department of public health for the gambling treatment program. (Formerly SSB 1257.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 782 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 633 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of certain subdivided real property and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1150.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 634 A bill for an act relating to local government budgets and property taxation by modifying provisions governing the establishment and approval of county and city budgets, modifying provisions relating to the state appraisal manual, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1260.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 773 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 635 A bill for an act reestablishing individual income tax checkoffs for the Iowa state fair foundation fund and the joint income tax checkoff for the veterans trust fund and the volunteer fire fighter preparedness fund. (Formerly SSB 1258.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 636 A bill for an act relating to the exclusion from the individual income tax of certain net capital gains from the sale of real property used in a business, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 593.) SF 593 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 637 A bill for an act relating to the gross weight of special trucks, and providing fees. (Formerly SF 83, SF 187.) SF 83, HF 75, SF 187, HF 483, HF 769 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 638 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, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1262.) Various effective dates; see sections 22, 23, 30, 44, and 60 of bill. HF 786 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 639 A bill for an act relating to lobbying activities by political subdivisions. (Formerly SSB 1261.) COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
SF 640 A bill for an act relating to the exemption from the hotel and motel taxes for the renting of lodging. (Formerly SF 131.) SF 131, HF 171, HF 760 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
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. ZAUN
SCR 2 A concurrent resolution recognizing the work of the Mother’s Milk Bank of Iowa. (See SCR 6.) SCR 6 WHITING
SCR 3 A concurrent resolution relating to the joint rules governing lobbyists of the Senate and House of Representatives for the Eighty-eighth General Assembly. (Formerly SSB 1093.) HCR 9 COMMITTEE ON ETHICS
SCR 4 A concurrent resolution requesting establishment of an interim study committee to identify creative, environmental, and sustainable ways to limit single-use plastics. MATHIS
SCR 5 A concurrent resolution relating to joint rules of the Senate and House of Representatives for the Eighty-eighth General Assembly. HCR 11 WHITVER
SCR 6 A concurrent resolution recognizing the work of the Mother’s Milk Bank of Iowa. (Formerly SCR 2.) SCR 2 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
SCR 7 A concurrent resolution recognizing the importance of multilateral trade agreements to Iowa’s economy and urging Congress to enact legislation to implement a multilateral trade agreement between the United States, Canada, and Mexico. HCR 10 ZUMBACH
SCR 8 A concurrent resolution to establish a fine arts program interim study committee. (Formerly SSB 1214.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SCR 9 A concurrent resolution relating to the compensation of chaplains, officers, and employees of the eighty-seventh eighty-eighth general assembly. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SCR 10 A concurrent resolution honoring the peaceful kinship between the peoples of Japan and the United States and recognizing March 14, 2019, as Japan Day at the Iowa State Capitol. NUNN
SCR 11 A concurrent resolution in support of strengthening and deepening the relationship between Taiwan and the State of Iowa. NUNN, EDLER, KAPUCIAN, JOHNSON, DOTZLER, KINNEY and BEHN
HR 1 A resolution for the selection and appointment of secretaries and pages. Adopted by House. ZUMBACH
HR 2 A resolution to arrange for opening the sessions with prayer. Adopted by House. ZUMBACH
HR 3 A resolution urging Iowa’s congressional delegation to take all necessary measures to limit the authority of any President of the United States to order a preemptive launch of nuclear weapons. ANDERSON
HR 4 A resolution congratulating the Morningside College Mustangs football team on winning the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championship. Adopted by House. BOSSMAN and HALL
HR 5 A resolution recognizing and supporting the federal government’s efforts to combat illegal robocalling and spoofing. FISHER, B. MEYER and MITCHELL
HR 6 A resolution relating to the code of ethics of the House of Representatives for the Eighty-eighth General Assembly. (Formerly HSB 97.) Adopted by House. COMMITTEE ON ETHICS
HR 7 A resolution urging Iowa’s congressional delegation to prevent the military use of armed unmanned aerial vehicles in any armed conflicts throughout the world without a formal declaration of war by the United States Congress. SHIPLEY
HR 8 A resolution to recognize the Iowa Small Business Development Centers and honor 2019 award winners. Adopted by House. HANUSA
HR 9 A resolution honoring and congratulating Andee Joos for her volunteer service and for receiving a 2019 Prudential Spirit of Community Award. BRECKENRIDGE
HR 10 A resolution honoring Colonel Ralph Foster Tomlinson, originally from Manly, Iowa, and Suzanne Helen Tomlinson, originally from Galbraith, Iowa, for nearly half a century of voluntary service to Iowa. JACOBSEN
HR 11 A resolution relating to permanent rules of the House of Representatives for the Eighty-eighth General Assembly. (Formerly HSB 16.) Adopted by House. COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION AND RULES
HR 12 A resolution honoring and congratulating Stephen M. Lacy upon his retirement as Executive Chairman of Meredith Corporation. LOHSE
HR 13 A resolution recognizing the cities and counties in the state of Iowa that have achieved gender balance on their boards, commissions, committees, and councils. MASCHER
HR 14 A resolution recognizing the centennial of the six-month formation period of the American Legion in Iowa. Adopted by House. GUSTAFSON, LANDON, MAXWELL, PRICHARD and THOMPSON
HR 15 A resolution designating the twenty-seventh day of June as Post-Traumatic Stress Injury Awareness Day and the month of June as Post-Traumatic Stress Injury Awareness Month. SALMON, GUSTAFSON, KURTH, M. SMITH, BROWN-POWERS, KACENA, OURTH, BRECKENRIDGE, LUNDGREN, SORENSEN, THOMPSON, HITE, BENNETT, JENEARY, GAINES, A. MEYER, McCONKEY and JACOBSEN
HR 16 A resolution congratulating Iowa Public Television on the auspicious occasion of the statewide educational network’s 50th anniversary. KERR
HR 17 A resolution celebrating the life and accomplishments of Dr. Norman Borlaug and recognizing the one hundred fifth anniversary of his birth on Monday, March 25, 2019. BEST
HR 18 A resolution urging Iowa’s congressional delegation to support and the United States Congress to pass the American Dream and Promise Act of 2019. GAINES
HR 19 A resolution recognizing the Hoover Uncommon Public Service Award winner for 2019, Representative John Forbes. Adopted by House. KAUFMANN
HR 20 A resolution recognizing and congratulating Drew Foster on winning the 2019 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Wrestling National Championship in the 184-pound weight class. Adopted by House. KRESSIG and BEST
HR 21 A resolution recognizing and congratulating the Grand View University Vikings wrestling team on winning the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Wrestling National Championship for the eighth consecutive year. Adopted by House. GAINES, BRECKENRIDGE, MAXWELL, GUSTAFSON, EHLERT, MATSON, LENSING, SHIPLEY, McCONKEY, M. SMITH, HINSON, FISHER, ZUMBACH, MOMMSEN, BERGAN, BROWN-POWERS, KRESSIG, FORBES, McKEAN, HITE, KURTH, JENEARY, NIELSEN, JACOBSEN, R. SMITH, HOLT, A. MEYER, OLSON, HANUSA and GERHOLD
HR 22 A resolution congratulating and honoring University of Iowa wrestler Spencer Lee for his outstanding wrestling accomplishments, including a second consecutive National Collegiate Athletic Association wrestling championship title at the 125 pound weight-class. Adopted by House. JACOBY, KAUFMANN, LENSING, NIELSEN, MOORE, HITE, MASCHER, GERHOLD, GUSTAFSON, KONFRST, WHEELER, HANUSA, CARLSON, BRECKENRIDGE, KACENA, THOMPSON and GAINES
HR 23 A resolution recognizing and honoring Dennis Pilcher for his accomplishments and career in coaching basketball and as athletic director of Iowa Central Community College. A. MEYER
HR 24 A resolution recognizing and congratulating the Kirkwood Community College basketball team on winning the 2019 National Junior College Athletic Association Division II national basketball tournament. Adopted by House. JACOBY, NIELSEN, MASCHER, DONAHUE, M. SMITH, GERHOLD, RUNNING-MARQUARDT, McKEAN, HEIN, KAUFMANN, LENSING, STAED, R. SMITH, BENNETT, OLSON and EHLERT
HR 25 A resolution recognizing Bridget Carleton for her outstanding academic and college basketball career at Iowa State University. HEDDENS, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, DEYOE and BACON
HR 26 A resolution recognizing Megan Gustafson for her outstanding academic and college basketball career at the University of Iowa. Adopted by House. MASCHER, KAUFMANN, JACOBY, JACOBSEN, LENSING, JENEARY, NIELSEN, HITE, ABDUL-SAMAD, ANDERSON, BRECKENRIDGE, BROWN-POWERS, COHOON, DERRY, DONAHUE, EHLERT, FORBES, GAINES, GASKILL, HALL, HUNTER, JUDGE, KACENA, KONFRST, KRESSIG, KURTH, KURTZ, MATSON, McCONKEY, OLDSON, OLSON, OURTH, PRICHARD, M. SMITH, R. SMITH, STECKMAN, SUNDE, THEDE, WILLIAMS, WINCKLER and WOLFE
HR 27 A resolution of the Iowa General Assembly, on the occasion of Earth Day, 2019, recognizing the threat of climate change and committing to necessary and appropriate legislative action to improve air quality, combat climate change, mitigate its effects, and position our economy for sustainable growth and job creation. ISENHART, THEDE, OURTH, JACOBY, McKEAN, STAED, FORBES, BENNETT, KRESSIG, DONAHUE, KURTZ, KURTH, KACENA, GASKILL, HUNTER, MASCHER, ANDERSON, WINCKLER, LENSING, COHOON, WOLFE, WILLIAMS, STECKMAN, McCONKEY, JAMES, OLSON, SUNDE, DERRY, MATSON, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, BROWN-POWERS, HEDDENS, GAINES, EHLERT, KONFRST, B. MEYER, OLDSON and HALL
HJR 1 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the restoration of voting rights to felons. HJR 14 WOLFE
HJR 2 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the rights of a crime victim. SJR 8, HJR 11 ANDERSON
HJR 3 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 HJR 13.) SJR 10 SJR 18, HJR 13 WINDSCHITL
HJR 4 A joint resolution recognizing the fossil crinoid as the state fossil. SJR 12 MASCHER
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 secure or protect a right to or require the funding of abortion. SJR 9 SJR 21 SALMON, FISHER, SHIPLEY, GUSTAFSON, BAXTER, OSMUNDSON, WHEELER, MOORE, JACOBSEN, DOLECHECK, BACON, GASSMAN, THOMPSON, JENEARY, GERHOLD and HOLT
HJR 6 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the gubernatorial line of succession. (Formerly HSB 55.) SJR 19 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HJR 7 A joint resolution designating the regal fritillary as the official state butterfly of the State of Iowa. HJR 8 WESSEL-KROESCHELL
HJR 8 A joint resolution designating the regal fritillary as the official state insect of the State of Iowa. HJR 7 JONES
HJR 9 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa to make references to the governor in the Constitution of the State of Iowa gender neutral. HINSON
HJR 10 A joint resolution requesting the calling of a constitutional convention for the exclusive purpose of proposing an amendment to the United States Constitution that will restore balance and integrity to our elections. SJR 6 JACOBY
HJR 11 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the rights of a crime victim. HJR 2, SJR 8 HINSON and JONES
HJR 12 A joint resolution authorizing the temporary sale of merchandise at a toy benefit for Iowa children on the state capitol complex grounds. (Formerly HSB 120.) SJR 17 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HJR 13 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 HJR 3.) SJR 18 SJR 10, HJR 3 COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY
HJR 14 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the qualifications of electors. (Formerly HSB 68.) HJR 1 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 1 A bill for an act prohibiting the provision or use of false or misleading caller identification information to certain persons, and making penalties applicable. FISHER
HF 2 A bill for an act relating to sales tax exemptions on the sale of instructional materials at postsecondary institutions and on sales where profits are used by or donated to such institutions. KAUFMANN
HF 3 A bill for an act relating to child sexual abuse and sexual assault awareness and prevention and including effective date provisions. HOLT
HF 4 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a public defender or designee requests copies of certain documents. (See HF 529; HF 753.) SF 52 HF 529, HF 753 JONES
HF 5 A bill for an act relating to the confidentiality of search warrant information in a criminal case resulting in an acquittal or a dismissal. (See HF 265.) HF 265 JONES
HF 6 A bill for an act relating to voluntary diversity plans under the state’s open enrollment law. SF 199 FISHER
HF 7 A bill for an act relating to the operation of off-road utility vehicles on certain primary roads and making penalties applicable. JONES
HF 8 A bill for an act eliminating a requirement that an identification number be part of an application to obtain an authorization to operate a commercial establishment involved in the care of certain nonagricultural animals. (See HF 311.) HF 311 JONES
HF 9 A bill for an act relating to supervision of electrical wiring performed by apprentice electricians or unclassified persons. FISHER
HF 10 A bill for an act directing the department of human services to conduct an analysis of the rates for prevocational services provided under a Medicaid home and community-based services waiver. M. SMITH
HF 11 A bill for an act relating to the imposition of civil liability on parents or guardians when minors cause injury with firearms. HUNTER
HF 12 A bill for an act providing for the future repeal of certain tax credits. HUNTER
HF 13 A bill for an act relating to the expungement of simple misdemeanor offenses. WOLFE
HF 14 A bill for an act relating to entering or modifying and extending a no-contact order associated with a criminal offense classified as a simple misdemeanor and a no-contact order entered in conjunction with the expungement of a deferred judgment. WOLFE
HF 15 A bill for an act relating to the confidentiality of court records of persons under legal age for cigarette and tobacco violations. WOLFE
HF 16 A bill for an act relating to ignition interlock device requirements for a first operating-while-intoxicated offense. (See HF 714.) HF 714 WOLFE
HF 17 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. HF 131 HUNTER
HF 18 A bill for an act establishing a worker shortage loan forgiveness program to be administered by the college student aid commission. HUNTER
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 providing for an Iowa individual income tax checkoff for qualified Iowa zoos, making an appropriation, and providing for the Act’s implementation. HUNTER
HF 21 A bill for an act relating to the construction and maintenance of walkways in railroad yards, and providing penalties. SF 249 HUNTER
HF 22 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of employment agencies and employers and making penalties applicable. HUNTER
HF 23 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 24 A bill for an act increasing certain penalties for employers willfully misclassifying employees for unemployment compensation contribution purposes. HUNTER
HF 25 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 26 A bill for an act requiring employers to provide employees with meal periods and rest periods and providing penalties. HUNTER
HF 27 A bill for an act requiring the consideration of project labor agreements for certain state construction projects. HUNTER
HF 28 A bill for an act requiring the payment of local prevailing wage rates to persons working on public improvements for public bodies, providing remedies and penalties, and including effective date provisions. HUNTER
HF 29 A bill for an act designating licensed teachers as public safety employees for purposes of public employee collective bargaining and including applicability provisions. HUNTER
HF 30 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees and making penalties applicable. SF 234 SF 82, SF 476 HUNTER
HF 31 A bill for an act prohibiting the manufacture, possession, shipment, transportation, or receipt of a multi-burst trigger activator, and providing penalties. HF 126 HUNTER
HF 32 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. HF 115 HUNTER
HF 33 A bill for an act relating to the purchase and registration of motor vehicles during periods of impoundment, immobilization, or driver’s license revocation resulting from certain operating-while-intoxicated offenses. WOLFE
HF 34 A bill for an act relating to the possession, delivery, or possession with intent to deliver marijuana, and providing penalties. SF 378 WOLFE
HF 35 A bill for an act relating to the criminal offense of possession of drug paraphernalia and sentencing enhancements under Iowa’s controlled substances Act. WOLFE
HF 36 A bill for an act providing for a world language education pilot program and making appropriations. ABDUL-SAMAD
HF 37 A bill for an act relating to reduced fees for camping, use of rental facilities, and other special privileges for certain older Iowans. HUNTER
HF 38 A bill for an act making an appropriation to provide assistance to parents, guardians, and custodians with costs resulting from the death of a child. KRESSIG and BROWN-POWERS
HF 39 A bill for an act relating to student data collection by the department of education, school districts, and accredited nonpublic schools. SALMON
HF 40 A bill for an act relating to calculation of attorney fees for attorneys representing personal representatives in administration of estates. SF 255 SALMON
HF 41 A bill for an act relating to the department of transportation consulting with municipal governing bodies about the alteration of municipal extensions of primary roads. SALMON
HF 42 A bill for an act exempting from the sales tax certain items and services sold to a nonprofit human blood collection and processing establishment. SALMON
HF 43 A bill for an act relating to subject and performance-based assessments administered prior to a student’s completion of a practitioner preparation program, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 161 SALMON
HF 44 A bill for an act creating a crude oil disaster prevention and response fee. ANDERSON
HF 45 A bill for an act relating to an assault that occurs between persons in an intimate relationship and the crime of domestic abuse assault and making penalties applicable. ANDERSON
HF 46 A bill for an act relating to the impoundment and immobilization of motor vehicles involved in operating-while-intoxicated offenses, and providing penalties. SALMON
HF 47 A bill for an act relating to operating-while-intoxicated offenses causing death or serious injury, and providing penalties. SALMON
HF 48 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle operating record retention periods for arrests, convictions, and driver’s license revocations for operating-while-intoxicated offenses. SALMON
HF 49 A bill for an act relating to weapons requirements for nonambulatory hunters. (See HF 325.) HF 325 SALMON
HF 50 A bill for an act relating to youth deer hunting season. SALMON
HF 51 A bill for an act relating to the carrying, transportation, or possession of a firearm in a building that is a place of religious worship located on nonpublic school property. SALMON
HF 52 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of certain incidents of human trafficking as child abuse and to mandatory or permissive reporting of such incidents, and making penalties applicable. SALMON
HF 53 A bill for an act relating to access to a copy of an original birth certificate by an adult adoptee, and providing for fees. (See HF 528; HF 746.) SF 126, HF 528, SF 515, HF 746, SF 621 SALMON
HF 54 A bill for an act relating to voter qualifications for propositions to authorize the issuance of bonds by school districts and including effective date provisions. SALMON
HF 55 A bill for an act changing the date of the primary election. McKEAN
HF 56 A bill for an act providing for the nonpartisan election and nomination by county primary election of county officers. McKEAN
HF 57 A bill for an act relating to lamps and clothing required for the operation of bicycles, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable. SF 51 WILLS
HF 58 A bill for an act providing for a country of origin label and allowing for injunctive relief. HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER, KURTZ and LENSING
HF 59 A bill for an act providing for photo identification as a condition of check cashing or acceptance. WOLFE
HF 60 A bill for an act relating to health care administrative simplification. HINSON
HF 61 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa core curriculum and content standards applicable to students in kindergarten through grade twelve and including effective date provisions. SF 30 WHEELER
HF 62 A bill for an act creating a capital murder offense by establishing the penalty of death for murder in the first degree, and including effective date and applicability provisions. SF 296, SF 588 WHEELER
HF 63 A bill for an act creating the criminal offense of female genital mutilation and providing penalties. HF 299 SF 212, SF 346 ANDERSON, M. SMITH, MASCHER, KURTH, GASKILL, McCONKEY and KURTZ
HF 64 A bill for an act prohibiting employers and employment agencies from seeking the criminal record or criminal history from applicants for employment under certain circumstances, establishing a criminal history employment application task force, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. HF 163 HF 472, SF 390 HUNTER, STAED, STECKMAN, MASCHER, KURTZ, LENSING and WESSEL-KROESCHELL
HF 65 A bill for an act prohibiting the sale, transfer, or possession of large capacity ammunition feeding devices, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 124 HUNTER and STAED
HF 66 A bill for an act requiring the reporting of the loss or theft of a firearm to a local law enforcement agency and providing penalties and remedies. ANDERSON, STAED and KURTH
HF 67 A bill for an act prohibiting certain persons from possessing, receiving, or transporting firearms, and providing penalties. ANDERSON, MASCHER, KURTH and KURTZ
HF 68 A bill for an act modifying the elements defining hate crimes, and providing penalties. HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER, KURTZ, LENSING and WESSEL-KROESCHELL
HF 69 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for public and private schools that authorize persons to go armed with, carry, or transport firearms on school grounds. WILLS
HF 70 A bill for an act repealing the declaration that the English language is the official language of the state of Iowa. HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER, KURTZ and LENSING
HF 71 A bill for an act establishing daylight saving time as the official time in this state throughout the year. SEXTON, KAUFMANN, WILLS, FISHER, A. MEYER, SORENSEN, KLEIN, JONES and MAXWELL
HF 72 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 56, HF 84 HUNTER, STAED, KURTZ, WESSEL-KROESCHELL and McCONKEY
HF 73 A bill for an act allowing registered voters to make applications for absentee ballots through electronic means and making penalties applicable. HUNTER, STAED and KURTZ
HF 74 A bill for an act relating to the operation of motor vehicles in the left-most lane of certain roadways, and making penalties applicable. (See HF 481.) HF 481, SF 389 WORTHAN, DEYOE, KAUFMANN, THORUP, MAXWELL, KACENA and MOORE
HF 75 A bill for an act relating to the gross weight of special trucks, and providing fees. (See HF 483; HF 769.) SF 83, SF 187, HF 483, HF 769, SF 637 SEXTON
HF 76 A bill for an act providing for the designation of voluntary income tax contributions on the Iowa individual income tax return and including retroactive applicability provisions. WHEELER
HF 77 A bill for an act making an appropriation to the Iowa resources enhancement and protection fund. STAED, BROWN-POWERS, KURTH, WOLFE, JACOBY, MASCHER, WINCKLER, GASKILL, ANDERSON, BRECKENRIDGE, STECKMAN, FORBES, COHOON, DONAHUE, EHLERT, GAINES, HEDDENS, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, LENSING, R. SMITH, KRESSIG, ABDUL-SAMAD, KACENA, BENNETT and KURTZ
HF 78 A bill for an act relating to the earliest school start date. SF 129, SF 130, HF 185, HF 492 GASSMAN
HF 79 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 80 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. HUNTER, KONFRST, STAED, STECKMAN, MASCHER, BEARINGER, OLDSON, KURTZ, LENSING, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, JACOBY and McCONKEY
HF 81 A bill for an act relating to stocking of waters located on private property. DOLECHECK
HF 82 A bill for an act allowing the use of a leashed dog to retrieve a wounded deer and providing a penalty. FISHER
HF 83 A bill for an act relating to the sale or transfer of firearms, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. HF 92, HF 127 ABDUL-SAMAD
HF 84 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 56, HF 72 STAED, BENNETT, KURTH, HUNTER, STECKMAN, McCONKEY, DONAHUE, KONFRST, BROWN-POWERS, WOLFE and JACOBY
HF 85 A bill for an act restoring the right to register to vote and to vote and hold elective office for certain persons and including effective date provisions. HF 523 STAED, BENNETT, SHIPLEY, KURTH, HUNTER, STECKMAN, McCONKEY, LENSING, DONAHUE, BROWN-POWERS, JACOBY, MASCHER, WINCKLER and GASKILL
HF 86 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, STAED, MASCHER, KURTZ, LENSING and McCONKEY
HF 87 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 applicability provisions. SF 89 FISHER
HF 88 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 89 A bill for an act relating to wage discrimination under the Iowa civil rights Act of 1965 and in state contracting, making penalties applicable, and establishing an equal pay task force. HF 146, SF 242 SF 223 HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER and KURTZ
HF 90 A bill for an act requiring certain weekly workers’ compensation benefits to be calculated by including an employee’s overtime and premium pay, and to include an annual cost-of-living adjustment. HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER and KURTZ
HF 91 A bill for an act relating to the state minimum hourly wage. SF 247 HUNTER, STAED, STECKMAN, KACENA, BEARINGER, OLDSON, KURTZ, LENSING and WESSEL-KROESCHELL
HF 92 A bill for an act relating to the sale or transfer of firearms, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. HF 83, HF 127 HUNTER, STAED, STECKMAN, MASCHER, OLDSON, LENSING and WESSEL-KROESCHELL
HF 93 A bill for an act relating to the possession, manufacture, or delivery of marijuana and the possession of drug paraphernalia, and providing penalties. HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER, KURTZ and LENSING
HF 94 A bill for an act establishing a retirement savings plan trust, and including implementation and effective date provisions. HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER, KURTZ and LENSING
HF 95 A bill for an act providing for an appeal procedure relating to a denial of admission to the Iowa veterans home. M. SMITH
HF 96 A bill for an act establishing the healthy Iowa program and including effective date provisions. HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER, BEARINGER, KURTZ, LENSING and WESSEL-KROESCHELL
HF 97 A bill for an act relating to the state’s workers’ compensation laws by modifying alternate care procedures for medical treatment, creating registries of physicians who treat and evaluate work-related injuries, providing for the retention of a medical director, creating a state workplace injury care providers registry fund, establishing a workers’ compensation advisory council, providing for and appropriating fees, and including effective date provisions. ISENHART
HF 98 A bill for an act establishing an Iowa center for suicide prevention in the department of education and making an appropriation. STAED, HUNTER, McCONKEY, B. MEYER, FORBES, LENSING, DONAHUE, BROWN-POWERS, KURTH, WOLFE, JACOBY, MASCHER, WINCKLER and ANDERSON
HF 99 A bill for an act authorizing the school budget review committee to grant supplemental aid or establish a modified supplemental amount for a school district with an unusual increase in students eligible for free and reduced price meals and including applicability provisions. HF 493 STAED, HUNTER, McCONKEY, PRICHARD, B. MEYER, FORBES, COHOON, LENSING, DONAHUE, KURTH, JACOBY, MASCHER, WINCKLER, EHLERT and GAINES
HF 100 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. HF 272 HUNTER, MASCHER, KURTZ and LENSING
HF 101 A bill for an act relating to policies at public institutions of higher education granting resident status for purposes of paying postsecondary tuition and fees. HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER, LENSING, WESSEL-KROESCHELL and McCONKEY
HF 102 A bill for an act providing for a statewide soil resource health and recovery monitoring system. ISENHART
HF 103 A bill for an act creating an agricultural land, soils, water quality, and farm tenure initiative committee to conduct a study and make recommendations to improve the manner in which farm tenants may profitably grow agricultural products using leased agricultural land while providing for the sustainability and quality of this state’s natural resources. ISENHART
HF 104 A bill for an act relating to state child care assistance, including income eligibility and waiting list guidelines and copayment requirements. HF 360 HF 133, SF 163, SF 191, HF 334 STAED, MASCHER, KURTH, GASKILL, ANDERSON, DONAHUE, EHLERT, GAINES, LENSING, R. SMITH, ABDUL-SAMAD, KACENA, BENNETT and KURTZ
HF 105 A bill for an act concerning maintaining dangerous weapons at a child care facility or when transporting a child receiving care from a child care facility, and providing penalties. HF 107 STAED, HUNTER, DONAHUE, KURTH, MASCHER, WINCKLER and ANDERSON
HF 106 A bill for an act prohibiting mental health providers from engaging in sexual orientation change efforts with a patient of any age, and making penalties applicable. HUNTER
HF 107 A bill for an act relating to maintaining dangerous weapons at a child care facility or when transporting a child receiving care from a child care facility, and providing penalties. HF 105 HEDDENS, DONAHUE, EHLERT, STAED, McCONKEY, ANDERSON, WINCKLER, HUNTER, MASCHER, KRESSIG, BEARINGER, OLDSON and OLSON
HF 108 A bill for an act relating to excuse from jury service for persons at least seventy-two years of age. SF 344 BRECKENRIDGE
HF 109 A bill for an act requiring employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees based on pregnancy or childbirth and making penalties applicable. SF 117, HF 384 HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER, KURTZ and McCONKEY
HF 110 A bill for an act relating to sexual harassment in employment policies and protections, and including effective date provisions. SF 483 WESSEL-KROESCHELL
HF 111 A bill for an act providing for the regulation of wireless facility installations by cities and counties. SHIPLEY
HF 112 A bill for an act relating to leases between local governments and persons using land for farming. ISENHART
HF 113 A bill for an act requiring the adoption of rules requiring the use of nontoxic shot to hunt doves and providing penalties. STAED, KURTH, STECKMAN, LENSING, DONAHUE, KONFRST, JACOBY, MASCHER and GAINES
HF 114 A bill for an act relating to water quality by increasing the sales and use tax rates and conditioning the use of moneys from the natural resources and outdoor recreation trust fund, and including effective date provisions. STAED, STECKMAN, DONAHUE, KURTH, WOLFE, JACOBY, MASCHER, WINCKLER, ANDERSON, B. MEYER and FORBES
HF 115 A bill for an act relating to the issuance, denial, suspension, or revocation of a permit to carry weapons. HF 32 STAED, KURTH, HUNTER, DONAHUE, MASCHER and ANDERSON
HF 116 A bill for an act relating to a lost or stolen firearm, and providing penalties. STAED, KURTH, HUNTER, DONAHUE, MASCHER and WINCKLER
HF 117 A bill for an act relating to the composition of county compensation boards. GASSMAN
HF 118 A bill for an act relating to carrying and possessing weapons and acquiring pistols and revolvers, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. SF 165 HF 456 SHIPLEY
HF 119 A bill for an act relating to the calculation and allocation of adjusted additional property tax levy aid for school districts and including applicability provisions. BOSSMAN
HF 120 A bill for an act relating to telecoil assistive devices and including applicability provisions. STAED, MASCHER, WINCKLER, KURTH and GASKILL
HF 121 A bill for an act relating to the state hourly minimum wage applicable to newly hired employees and certain employees receiving tips. ANDERSON
HF 122 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. HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER, KURTZ and LENSING
HF 123 A bill for an act relating to firearm violence protective orders and making penalties applicable. HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER and LENSING
HF 124 A bill for an act prohibiting the sale or transfer of large capacity ammunition feeding devices, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 65 STAED, KURTH, HUNTER, DONAHUE, MASCHER and WINCKLER
HF 125 A bill for an act prohibiting the sale or transfer of semiautomatic assault weapons, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 220 HUNTER, STAED, MASCHER, OLDSON and LENSING
HF 126 A bill for an act prohibiting the manufacture, possession, shipment, transportation, or receipt of a multi-burst trigger activator, and providing penalties. HF 31 STAED, KURTH, HUNTER, DONAHUE, MASCHER and WINCKLER
HF 127 A bill for an act relating to the sale or transfer of firearms, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. HF 83, HF 92 STAED, KURTH, HUNTER, STECKMAN, LENSING, DONAHUE, MASCHER, WINCKLER, ANDERSON, B. MEYER, EHLERT and GAINES
HF 128 A bill for an act limiting campaign contributions to certain candidates and making civil and criminal penalties applicable. BRECKENRIDGE
HF 129 A bill for an act relating to the administration of elections, including voter identity verification and straight party voting, and including applicability provisions. HUNTER, STAED, STECKMAN, MASCHER, BEARINGER, OLDSON, KURTZ, LENSING, WESSEL-KROESCHELL and JACOBY
HF 130 A bill for an act providing for ongoing absentee voter status. HUNTER, STAED, KURTZ, JACOBY and McCONKEY
HF 131 A bill for an act relating to the carrying, transportation, or possession of a pistol or revolver in the capitol building and on the grounds surrounding the capitol building including state parking lots and parking garages. HF 17 STAED, KURTH, HUNTER, STECKMAN, DONAHUE, MASCHER, ANDERSON, EHLERT and GAINES
HF 132 A bill for an act relating to notifications by life insurance companies to policyholders of changes in premiums. STAED, KURTH and GASKILL
HF 133 A bill for an act relating to the income eligibility requirements for state child care assistance. HF 104, SF 163, SF 191, HF 334, HF 360 STAED, HUNTER, BROWN-POWERS, MASCHER, KURTH, GASKILL, ANDERSON, FORBES, COHOON, DONAHUE, EHLERT, GAINES, LENSING, R. SMITH, ABDUL-SAMAD, KACENA, BENNETT and KURTZ
HF 134 A bill for an act creating a foster care children and adopted children bill of rights and entitlements. ANDERSON, STAED and KACENA
HF 135 A bill for an act relating to long-term services and supports and certain capitation rates under the Medicaid program, and including effective date provisions. SF 143 HEDDENS, ABDUL-SAMAD, ANDERSON, BEARINGER, BENNETT, BRECKENRIDGE, BROWN-POWERS, COHOON, DERRY, DONAHUE, EHLERT, FORBES, GAINES, GASKILL, HALL, HUNTER, ISENHART, JACOBY, JAMES, JUDGE, KACENA, KONFRST, KRESSIG, KURTH, KURTZ, LENSING, MASCHER, MATSON, McCONKEY, B. MEYER, NIELSEN, OLDSON, OLSON, OURTH, PRICHARD, RUNNING-MARQUARDT, M. SMITH, R. SMITH, STAED, STECKMAN, SUNDE, THEDE, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, WILLIAMS, WINCKLER and WOLFE
HF 136 A bill for an act relating to passenger automobiles designed to carry ten or fewer pupils when used as school buses. (See HF 499.) SF 43, SF 186, HF 499 BERGAN
HF 137 A bill for an act relating to adoption, including access to adoption records for adult adoptees. ANDERSON, M. SMITH, MASCHER, KURTH, GASKILL, McCONKEY, KURTZ, OURTH, STAED, KACENA and SHIPLEY
HF 138 A bill for an act prohibiting public schools from scheduling school activities during presidential precinct caucuses. HANUSA
HF 139 A bill for an act relating to the election of persons failing to receive the nomination of a political party. HANUSA
HF 140 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of persons, including commercial establishments, keeping nonagricultural animals, providing for fees and appropriations, and making penalties applicable. STAED, WINCKLER, HUNTER, LENSING, KURTH, ANDERSON, FORBES and OURTH
HF 141 A bill for an act establishing an advisory committee to evaluate the use and value of the master matrix when approving a permit to construct a confinement feeding operation structure, and including effective date provisions. HF 201 STAED, KURTH, HEDDENS, STECKMAN, GASKILL, DONAHUE, MASCHER, KACENA, KRESSIG, BENNETT, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, BROWN-POWERS and GAINES
HF 142 A bill for an act establishing a moratorium relating to the construction, including expansion, of structures that are part of certain confinement feeding operations where swine are kept, requesting an interim study committee, and including effective date provisions. HF 203, SF 518 STAED, HUNTER, KURTH, ANDERSON, STECKMAN, DONAHUE, MASCHER and OLDSON
HF 143 A bill for an act relating to animal agriculture, by providing for a public hearing conducted by the board of supervisors in a county where a structure associated with a confinement feeding operation is proposed to be constructed, including expanded, and including effective date provisions. HF 200 STAED, HUNTER, LENSING, KURTH, McCONKEY, ANDERSON, HEDDENS, STECKMAN, DONAHUE, MASCHER and OLDSON
HF 144 A bill for an act requiring that human growth and development instruction by school boards include age-appropriate information regarding dating violence and prevention. SF 432 SF 97, HF 450, HF 469 STAED, HUNTER, KURTH, ANDERSON, DONAHUE, MASCHER and OLDSON
HF 145 A bill for an act relating to reports relating to misconduct of certain school employees required to be submitted to the board of educational examiners. (See HF 637.) HF 637 HINSON
HF 146 A bill for an act relating to wage discrimination under the Iowa civil rights Act of 1965 and in state contracting, making penalties applicable, and establishing an equal pay task force. SF 223, SF 242 SF 223 STAED, WINCKLER, HUNTER, LENSING, KURTH, ANDERSON, DONAHUE, MASCHER, OLDSON, KACENA and R. SMITH
HF 147 A bill for an act concerning employment matters involving public employees including collective bargaining, educator employment matters, personnel records and settlement agreements, city civil service requirements, and health insurance matters, and including effective date, applicability, and transition provisions. SF 176 SF 350 HUNTER, THEDE, BROWN-POWERS, BEARINGER, KURTH, STAED, OURTH, KACENA, EHLERT, McCONKEY, KURTZ, GASKILL, KONFRST, OLDSON, COHOON, MASCHER and M. SMITH
HF 148 A bill for an act requiring the department of natural resources to include anatomical donor symbols on certain licenses. SF 86 PRICHARD and OURTH
HF 149 A bill for an act relating to the creation of an extreme risk protective order against a person in possession of a firearm who presents a significant danger to the person’s self or others, and providing penalties. STAED, KURTH, HUNTER, STECKMAN, DONAHUE, MASCHER, ANDERSON and EHLERT
HF 150 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. DERRY
HF 151 A bill for an act providing for the reinstatement of parental rights of a former parent under certain circumstances. SF 421, SF 545 THEDE and ABDUL-SAMAD
HF 152 A bill for an act relating to the operations and governance of certain common interest communities and including applicability provisions. SALMON
HF 153 A bill for an act providing for an abortion victims monument on the capitol complex grounds. FISHER, GERHOLD, WHEELER and SALMON
HF 154 A bill for an act relating to customer choice regarding the installation of certain public utility meters. SF 233 SHIPLEY
HF 155 A bill for an act relating to unfair or discriminatory employment practices based upon issues relating to reproductive health, and including effective date provisions. BENNETT, HUNTER, RUNNING-MARQUARDT, OLDSON, ANDERSON, DONAHUE and EHLERT
HF 156 A bill for an act relating to damages assessed for engaging in prohibited actions involving eagles, and making penalties applicable. (See HF 326.) HF 326 BAXTER
HF 157 A bill for an act establishing a veterans recovery pilot program and fund for the reimbursement of expenses related to providing hyperbaric oxygen treatment to eligible veterans. SF 529 LUNDGREN
HF 158 A bill for an act relating to fuel excise tax refunds for transportation of pupils of accredited nonpublic schools. WHEELER
HF 159 A bill for an act providing for the regulation of wind energy conversion facility installations by counties. SHIPLEY
HF 160 A bill for an act relating to approval of a charter school application by the boards of directors of a school district. SHIPLEY
HF 161 A bill for an act relating to subject and performance-based assessments administered prior to a student’s completion of a practitioner preparation program, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 43 WILLS
HF 162 A bill for an act relating to the elimination of the certificate of need process relating to the development of a new or changed institutional health service. SF 18 SHIPLEY
HF 163 A bill for an act prohibiting employers and employment agencies from seeking the criminal record or criminal history from applicants for employment under certain circumstances, establishing a criminal history employment application task force, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. HF 64, SF 142 HF 472, SF 390 STAED, WINCKLER, HUNTER, LENSING, KURTH, McCONKEY, ANDERSON, FORBES, OURTH, JAMES, STECKMAN, DONAHUE, MASCHER, OLDSON, KACENA and R. SMITH
HF 164 A bill for an act relating to licenses for apprentice hunters. (See HF 599.) WILLS
HF 165 A bill for an act limiting campaign contributions to certain candidates and making civil and criminal penalties applicable. McKEAN
HF 166 A bill for an act relating to the creation of a green alert program for missing veterans-at-risk. SF 64, HF 286 HF 424 WILLS
HF 167 A bill for an act relating to the practice of barbering in movable locations. SF 128, SF 155 R. SMITH, BROWN-POWERS, DONAHUE, STAED, KRESSIG, SHIPLEY, McCONKEY, B. MEYER and WILLIAMS
HF 168 A bill for an act reducing the excise tax on motor fuel and certain special fuel, and including applicability provisions. SHIPLEY
HF 169 A bill for an act relating to the removal of county veteran service officers. KRESSIG
HF 170 A bill for an act providing a property tax exemption for land used to produce food within the limits of a city. HF 540 McKEAN
HF 171 A bill for an act relating to the exemption from the hotel and motel taxes for the renting of lodging after a certain number of consecutive days. (See HF 760.) SF 131, HF 760 SF 640 MOMMSEN and WOLFE
HF 172 A bill for an act relating to the repeal of the state inheritance tax and the state qualified use inheritance tax. SF 1, SF 69, HF 438, SF 307 SHIPLEY
HF 173 A bill for an act relating to coverage of three-dimensional mammography and including applicability date provisions. RUNNING-MARQUARDT
HF 174 A bill for an act providing for internet neutrality, and making penalties applicable. BENNETT, HUNTER, RUNNING-MARQUARDT, KRESSIG, R. SMITH, KACENA, OLDSON, BRECKENRIDGE, ANDERSON, McCONKEY, KURTH, LENSING, WINCKLER, STAED, MASCHER, DONAHUE, STECKMAN, KURTZ, EHLERT and JACOBY
HF 175 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for dispensing prescription contraceptives in certain quantities. BENNETT, HUNTER, RUNNING-MARQUARDT, R. SMITH, KACENA, OLDSON, FORBES, ANDERSON, McCONKEY, KURTH, LENSING, WINCKLER, STAED, MASCHER, DONAHUE, STECKMAN and EHLERT
HF 176 A bill for an act prohibiting the tampering with certain articles attached to an item worn by a dog or worn by a dog, and providing penalties. FISHER and KAUFMANN
HF 177 A bill for an act relating to employment policies regarding expression of breast milk. BENNETT, HUNTER, RUNNING-MARQUARDT, KONFRST, OLDSON, ANDERSON, McCONKEY, KURTH, WINCKLER, STAED, DONAHUE and EHLERT
HF 178 A bill for an act relating to conflicts of interest in certain government public contracts. (See HF 730.) SF 283, HF 730 FISHER
HF 179 A bill for an act relating to firearms requirements for hunting deer. (See HF 716.) HF 716 WINDSCHITL
HF 180 A bill for an act relating to school bus route ride time limitations. THOMPSON
HF 181 A bill for an act relating to the applicability of beverage containers control provisions and the handling fees pursuant to those provisions. HF 198, SF 494 McKEAN
HF 182 A bill for an act relating to private instruction. MASCHER
HF 183 A bill for an act relating to food options offered by a school district. SHIPLEY
HF 184 A bill for an act relating to statewide preschool program by modifying provisions relating to eligibility, funding, and compulsory attendance and including applicability provisions. (See HF 592.) HF 242, HF 273, HF 592, HF 783 BRINK
HF 185 A bill for an act relating to the school start date and including effective date provisions. HF 78, SF 129, SF 130, HF 492 MITCHELL
HF 186 A bill for an act relating to a tax credit for pollution-control and recycling property connected to property used for the care and feeding of livestock, and including effective date and applicability provisions. STECKMAN, HUNTER, OLDSON, ABDUL-SAMAD, STAED, DONAHUE, MASCHER and THEDE
HF 187 A bill for an act relating to the use of fluoride-based additives in private and public water supply systems. SHIPLEY
HF 188 A bill for an act providing for the practice of massage therapy without a license and including penalties. SHIPLEY
HF 189 A bill for an act requiring search warrants for certain activities under the jurisdiction of the natural resource commission. SF 45 MITCHELL
HF 190 A bill for an act relating to holiday time off for Veterans Day. KRESSIG, R. SMITH, BROWN-POWERS, PRICHARD, WILLIAMS, KURTH, B. MEYER, ABDUL-SAMAD, KURTZ, KACENA, BRECKENRIDGE and SUNDE
HF 191 A bill for an act requiring a notice of structural failure involving a manure storage structure that is part of a confinement feeding operation, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. STECKMAN, HUNTER, OLDSON, ABDUL-SAMAD, STAED, DONAHUE, MASCHER and THEDE
HF 192 A bill for an act relating to the local food and farm program fund, by making a name change and making an appropriation to the fund to support projects for the development or expansion of food hubs or farming innovation zones. ISENHART
HF 193 A bill for an act relating to the siting of certain wind energy conversion facilities. SF 232 SHIPLEY
HF 194 A bill for an act directing that students be required to read and demonstrate comprehension of excerpts from Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s book “the gulag archipelago” as a condition of high school graduation. SHIPLEY
HF 195 A bill for an act extending the period of time for collecting sales tax for deposit in the secure an advanced vision for education fund. HF 196 STECKMAN, HUNTER, OLDSON, DONAHUE, BRECKENRIDGE, OURTH, WOLFE, BEARINGER, WILLIAMS, R. SMITH, ABDUL-SAMAD, KRESSIG, STAED, EHLERT, MASCHER, M. SMITH, BROWN-POWERS, THEDE, KACENA and GASKILL
HF 196 A bill for an act striking certain statutory repeal provisions relating to the state sales and use tax and the secure an advanced vision for education fund. HF 195 STECKMAN, OURTH, SUNDE, THEDE and GASKILL
HF 197 A bill for an act relating to the assignment of pupils who are siblings to classrooms by school districts. (See HF 598.) HF 598 WHEELER
HF 198 A bill for an act relating to the applicability of beverage containers control provisions. HF 181, SF 494 GASKILL
HF 199 A bill for an act relating to beverage container handling fees paid by distributors to beverage dealers and persons operating beverage container redemption centers. GASKILL
HF 200 A bill for an act relating to animal agriculture, by providing for a public hearing conducted by the board of supervisors in a county where a structure associated with a confinement feeding operation is proposed to be constructed, including expanded, and including effective date provisions. HF 143 STECKMAN, HUNTER, OLDSON, STAED, COHOON, MASCHER and THEDE
HF 201 A bill for an act establishing an advisory committee to evaluate the use and value of the master matrix when approving a permit to construct a confinement feeding operation structure, and including effective date provisions. HF 141 STECKMAN, HUNTER, OLDSON, ABDUL-SAMAD, STAED, DONAHUE, MASCHER, BROWN-POWERS, THEDE and GASKILL
HF 202 A bill for an act authorizing counties to adopt county legislation relating to the siting of confinement feeding operations. STECKMAN, HUNTER, OLDSON, ABDUL-SAMAD, KRESSIG, STAED, MASCHER, BROWN-POWERS, THEDE and KACENA
HF 203 A bill for an act establishing a moratorium relating to the construction, including expansion, of structures that are part of certain confinement feeding operations where swine are kept, requesting an interim study committee, and including effective date provisions. HF 142, SF 518 STECKMAN, HUNTER, OLDSON, ABDUL-SAMAD, KRESSIG, STAED, COHOON, KURTZ, DONAHUE, MASCHER, B. MEYER, BROWN-POWERS and THEDE
HF 204 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 292 SF 489 MOORE
HF 205 A bill for an act relating to access to and disclosure of information concerning mental health treatment or services involving a minor fourteen years of age or older who seeks treatment or services due to the minor’s thoughts of causing injury to self or others. M. SMITH
HF 206 A bill for an act relating to the elimination of the exemption from immunization of a person related to conflicts with the tenets and practices of a recognized religious denomination. MASCHER
HF 207 A bill for an act relating to the use of step therapy protocols, including step therapy override protocols, under the Medicaid program. MASCHER
HF 208 A bill for an act relating to substance use disorder prevention and treatment, including creating an excise tax on the gross receipts of certain controlled substances sold at wholesale and an opioid abuse prevention and treatment fund, making appropriations, and providing penalties. ISENHART, STAED, BROWN-POWERS, ABDUL-SAMAD, KRESSIG, JACOBY, WOLFE, FORBES and RUNNING-MARQUARDT
HF 209 A bill for an act relating to the suspension of Medicaid coverage for an inmate of a public institution. (See HF 423.) SF 252, HF 423, SF 415 FRY
HF 210 A bill for an act concerning rules requiring hospitals to establish protocols regarding certain veterans seeking mental health services and treatment. B. MEYER
HF 211 A bill for an act relating to the provision of health care services via telehealth for the civil commitment unit for sexual offenders. (See HF 422.) HF 422 FRY
HF 212 A bill for an act relating to the operation of the board of medicine, the board of nursing, the board of pharmacy, and the dental board. (See HF 710.) FRY
HF 213 A bill for an act automatically restoring the right to vote and hold elective office for persons who have been discharged from probation, parole, or work release, or who have been released from confinement. SF 65 GASKILL
HF 214 A bill for an act relating to civil protective orders and dating abuse, creating the criminal offense of dating abuse assault, making related modifications, and providing penalties. STAED, BENNETT, ABDUL-SAMAD, KURTH, ISENHART, McCONKEY, GAINES, EHLERT, DONAHUE and MASCHER
HF 215 A bill for an act establishing a drug court in each judicial district and making appropriations. ISENHART
HF 216 A bill for an act concerning county supervisor representation plans. FISHER
HF 217 A bill for an act establishing a lifetime trout fishing license for certain older Iowans. MASCHER
HF 218 A bill for an act relating to using unfilled deer tags in subsequent seasons. MITCHELL
HF 219 A bill for an act relating to the age an adult child may hunt on a parent’s property. MITCHELL
HF 220 A bill for an act prohibiting the sale or transfer of semiautomatic assault weapons to unauthorized persons, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 125 ABDUL-SAMAD
HF 221 A bill for an act relating to the compassionate use of medical cannabis Act, reclassifying marijuana, including tetrahydrocannabinols, from a schedule I controlled substance to a schedule II controlled substance, providing for civil and criminal penalties and fees, and including effective date provisions. SF 104, HF 559 STAED, KACENA, BENNETT, ABDUL-SAMAD, KURTH, LENSING, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, FORBES, JACOBY, BROWN-POWERS, GAINES, OLSON, COHOON, KURTZ, DONAHUE, KONFRST, MASCHER, WOLFE and STECKMAN
HF 222 A bill for an act relating to hands-free operation of electronic communication devices while driving, and making penalties applicable. HUNTER
HF 223 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement of witness mileage expenses. (Formerly HSB 6.) SF 416 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 224 A bill for an act relating to the criminal offense of lascivious conduct with a minor, and providing penalties. (Formerly HSB 23.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 225 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 216, SF 557 MOMMSEN and WOLFE
HF 226 A bill for an act authorizing the withholding of names and addresses of lottery prize winners. KACENA, SHIPLEY, BEARINGER, WORTHAN and GAINES
HF 227 A bill for an act creating exemptions from the computation of net income for the individual income tax of amounts paid to a child or dependent care provider, and including applicability provisions. (See HF 771.) SF 365, HF 771 BOSSMAN
HF 228 A bill for an act providing for an annual appropriation to the renewable fuels infrastructure fund. JACOBY
HF 229 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. HF 312, HF 645 JACOBY
HF 230 A bill for an act creating the Iowa job training tax credit program and including applicability provisions. JACOBY
HF 231 A bill for an act relating to elective biblical literacy courses offered by school districts. WHEELER and FISHER
HF 232 A bill for an act relating to the termination of Medicaid managed care contracts, and including effective date provisions. SF 358 JACOBY
HF 233 A bill for an act relating to limitations regarding the withdrawal of a life-sustaining procedure from a minor child. (See HF 594.) HF 594 JACOBSEN
HF 234 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 38 JACOBY
HF 235 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 236 A bill for an act relating to the absentee voting period. JACOBY
HF 237 A bill for an act relating to special minor’s driver’s licenses for students attending accredited nonpublic schools. (See HF 517.) SF 140, HF 517 GASSMAN
HF 238 A bill for an act creating a legislative tax credit review committee as a committee of the legislative council. JACOBY
HF 239 A bill for an act relating to public utility crossings of railroad rights-of-way. KAUFMANN
HF 240 A bill for an act providing for exemptions for virtual currency from certain security and money transmission regulations. SHIPLEY
HF 241 A bill for an act relating to the adoption of a statement of free expression by the board of regents prior to the commencement of the fall 2019 academic calendar year. SHIPLEY and WHEELER
HF 242 A bill for an act expanding the statewide preschool program to include certain five-year-old children and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 184, HF 273, HF 592, HF 783 MASCHER
HF 243 A bill for an act relating to county funding of services for persons with substance-related disorders and co-occurring mental health and substance-related disorders, including intensive mental health services provided through access centers and intensive residential service homes, and including effective date provisions. ISENHART
HF 244 A bill for an act relating to massage therapy including the inclusion of massage therapy as a covered service under Medicaid managed care, the creation of an exemption from the computation of net income for the individual income tax of amounts paid for massage therapy, and including applicability provisions. SHIPLEY
HF 245 A bill for an act relating to yoga including the inclusion of yoga practice as a covered service under Medicaid managed care, the creation of an exemption from the computation of net income for the individual income tax of amounts paid for yoga equipment and yoga practice, and including applicability provisions. SHIPLEY
HF 246 A bill for an act establishing the immunization informed consent Act, and providing penalties. SHIPLEY
HF 247 A bill for an act relating to training and instruction of inmates for personal betterment and self-improvement. SHIPLEY
HF 248 A bill for an act removing psilocybin and psilocyn from the list of substances classified as schedule I controlled substances under Iowa’s uniform controlled substances Act. SHIPLEY
HF 249 A bill for an act relating to the classification of certain schedule I controlled substances. HF 457 SHIPLEY
HF 250 A bill for an act relating to forfeiture of property for criminal offenses. SHIPLEY
HF 251 A bill for an act relating to reporting requirements and oversight of law enforcement agencies that seize and forfeit property under state or federal law. SHIPLEY
HF 252 A bill for an act providing that the public retirement systems committee study the feasibility of authorizing internal investment management for the Iowa public retirement system. MASCHER
HF 253 A bill for an act prohibiting the use of automated or remote systems for traffic law enforcement, requiring the removal of existing systems, and including effective date provisions. SF 343 SHIPLEY
HF 254 A bill for an act authorizing a property tax exemption for certain property used for shared services and business assistance and including applicability provisions. SHIPLEY
HF 255 A bill for an act relating to the taxation of virtual currencies, and including retroactive applicability provisions. SHIPLEY
HF 256 A bill for an act relating to licensing fees collected by the board of educational examiners and deposited in the general fund of the state, and including effective date provisions. (See HF 633; HF 744.) HF 633, HF 744 WHEELER
HF 257 A bill for an act relating to the distribution of certain funds for abortions. SALMON, GASSMAN, BAXTER, SHIPLEY, WHEELER, HOLT, JACOBSEN, WILLS, GUSTAFSON, OSMUNDSON, KERR, MOORE, LUNDGREN, DOLECHECK, FISHER, BACON and THOMPSON
HF 258 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. SF 240 SF 508 SALMON, HOLT, GASSMAN, BAXTER, GUSTAFSON, SHIPLEY, WHEELER, JACOBSEN, OSMUNDSON, KERR, MOORE, LUNDGREN, McKEAN, DOLECHECK, FISHER, BACON and THOMPSON
HF 259 A bill for an act relating to the carrying, possession, or transportation of weapons on school grounds, at places of employment, at certain entertainment venues owned or operated by a political subdivision, and in county courthouses. (See HF 636.) HF 636 WINDSCHITL
HF 260 A bill for an act relating to permissible interest rates and charges for certain loans. (Formerly HSB 31.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 320 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 261 A bill for an act relating to the removal of city utility board members, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly HSB 3.) SF 562 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 262 A bill for an act prohibiting pyramid promotional schemes and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HSB 4.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 263 A bill for an act relating to application fees for certain consumer loans. (Formerly HSB 34.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 264 A bill for an act relating to the division of domestic stock insurers. (Formerly HSB 35.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 330 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 265 A bill for an act relating to the confidentiality of search warrant information. (Formerly HF 5.) HF 5 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 266 A bill for an act relating to the civil commitment of sexually violent predators. (Formerly HSB 11.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 328 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 267 A bill for an act relating to clerks of court, including the number of counties in which a clerk may serve and residency requirements. (Formerly HSB 8.) SF 464 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 268 A bill for an act requiring the department of management to establish and operate a searchable internet site containing budget, audit, and financial information of school districts. HINSON
HF 269 A bill for an act relating to utility cost disclosures in connection with rental properties, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. SF 351, SF 549 ISENHART
HF 270 A bill for an act relating to the testing of well water of dwelling units and mobile home spaces prior to entering into rental agreements. BEARINGER
HF 271 A bill for an act relating to the calculation and use of certain school district and area education agency categorical funding supplements and including applicability provisions. MASCHER
HF 272 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 independent private instruction or private instruction. HF 100 MASCHER
HF 273 A bill for an act expanding the eligibility for the statewide preschool program and including applicability provisions. HF 184, HF 242, HF 592, HF 783 MASCHER
HF 274 A bill for an act requiring the department of education to compile reports on physical education programs in school districts. HINSON
HF 275 A bill for an act establishing appropriations to accounts within the early childhood Iowa fund. MASCHER
HF 276 A bill for an act relating to speech and expression at public institutions of higher education, providing for remedies, and including effective date provisions. (See HF 661.) HF 316, SF 274, HF 661 SALMON, HOLT, GASSMAN, GUSTAFSON, BAXTER, SHIPLEY, WHEELER, JACOBSEN, OSMUNDSON, FISHER and THOMPSON
HF 277 A bill for an act creating a tax credit against the individual and corporate income taxes, the franchise tax, insurance premiums tax, and the moneys and credits tax for a charitable contribution to certain institutions engaged in regenerative medicine research and including applicability provisions. MAXWELL
HF 278 A bill for an act relating to the taxation under the state corporate income tax, franchise tax, and insurance companies tax of compensation paid by a publicly held corporation to its chief executive officer, and including applicability provisions. JACOBY
HF 279 A bill for an act abolishing county compensation boards. JONES, PAUSTIAN and McKEAN
HF 280 A bill for an act relating to firearm or offensive weapon possession by convicted felons and certain juveniles adjudicated as delinquent, and providing penalties. WOLFE
HF 281 A bill for an act relating to the definition of medical cannabidiol. SF 78 KAUFMANN
HF 282 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of medical cannabidiol, by altering the list of debilitating medical conditions and changing the definition of medical cannabidiol under the medical cannabidiol Act, and exempting sales of medical cannabidiol products from Iowa sales tax. SF 77 KAUFMANN
HF 283 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of tanning facilities and making penalties applicable. BROWN-POWERS
HF 284 A bill for an act relating to the evaluation of Medicaid-managed care long-term services and supports. BROWN-POWERS
HF 285 A bill for an act relating to certain political communications and voluntary ethics statements and making penalties applicable. McKEAN
HF 286 A bill for an act relating to the creation of a green alert program for missing veterans-at-risk. SF 64, HF 166 HF 424 B. MEYER
HF 287 A bill for an act relating to the midwest interstate passenger rail compact, and including effective date provisions. SF 355 JACOBY, KAUFMANN, MOHR, OLSON, B. MEYER, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, ISENHART, HUNTER, ABDUL-SAMAD, R. SMITH, JAMES, NIELSEN, KACENA, THEDE, ANDERSON, KURTZ, COHOON, GASKILL and KRESSIG
HF 288 A bill for an act relating to military and veterans benefits. (Formerly HSB 65.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 512 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
HF 289 A bill for an act concerning the distribution of gambling game receipts for charitable purposes. (Formerly HSB 67.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
HF 290 A bill for an act relating to eligibility and reporting requirements for the skilled workforce shortage tuition grant program. (Formerly HSB 85.) SF 245 COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH
HF 291 A bill for an act relating to the community spouse resource allowance under the Medicaid program. (Formerly HSB 75.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
HF 292 A bill for an act relating to the frequency of the reporting of the annual analysis and findings relative to Medicaid managed care member appeals. (Formerly HSB 76.) COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
HF 293 A bill for an act creating a direct marketing food initiative task force to study issues affecting the direct marketing of food produced by farmers to consumers. SHIPLEY
HF 294 A bill for an act relating to the brain injury home and community-based services waiver monthly budget maximum. (See HF 570.) HF 570 FRY
HF 295 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement for dually eligible Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries receiving the Medicare hospice benefit in a nursing facility. (See HF 518.) HF 518, SF 542 FRY and HEDDENS
HF 296 A bill for an act relating to the enrollment process for Medicaid home and community-based services waivers. FRY
HF 297 A bill for an act relating to the provision of informed consent prior to the administration of a vaccine. SHIPLEY
HF 298 A bill for an act relating to temporary staffing agencies for nursing services. FRY
HF 299 A bill for an act creating the criminal offense of female genital mutilation and providing penalties. HF 63 SF 212, SF 346 JACOBSEN, ANDERSON, FISHER, KERR, BAXTER, THOMPSON, SORENSEN, BACON, GASKILL, McCONKEY, SALMON, KURTH, GERHOLD, GUSTAFSON, WHEELER and BOSSMAN
HF 300 A bill for an act directing the department of natural resources to develop and offer for use a mobile application for purchasing and displaying licenses and tags for hunting and fishing. WINDSCHITL
HF 301 A bill for an act relating to the definition of intelligent mail barcode and mailed absentee ballots. GASKILL
HF 302 A bill for an act requiring rescission of existing regulations by state agencies when new regulations are adopted, providing for approval by the department of management of rulemaking, providing related procedures, and including effective date and applicability provisions. JACOBSEN
HF 303 A bill for an act relating to a statewide welcome center program. (Formerly HSB 66.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH
HF 304 A bill for an act relating to reports of personal degradation by caretakers of dependent adults in facilities and programs regulated by the department of inspections and appeals. (Formerly HSB 74.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
HF 305 A bill for an act relating to the enhance Iowa board and moneys allocated by the board. (Formerly HSB 63.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 322 COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH
HF 306 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, 2019, modifying provisions relating to the property tax replacement payments, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly HSB 109.) Effective 2-19-19. SF 172 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
HF 307 A bill for an act relating to public school funding by modifying provisions relating to the regular program state cost per pupil, making appropriations to the transportation equity fund, establishing transportation data review and reporting requirements, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly HSB 111.) Effective 2-19-19. SF 171 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
HF 308 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid managed care for the long-term services and supports population, and including effective date provisions. BROWN-POWERS
HF 309 A bill for an act relating to canned cocktails and including effective date provisions. (Formerly HSB 59.) SF 323 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HF 310 A bill for an act relating to the practice of optometry. (Formerly HSB 64.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HF 311 A bill for an act relating to applications involving state licenses issued or renewed by the department of agriculture and land stewardship to commercial establishments involved in the care of certain nonagricultural animals. (Formerly HF 8.) HF 8 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
HF 312 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. HF 229, HF 645 ISENHART
HF 313 A bill for an act relating to requirements for specific digital content blocking capabilities on products manufactured, distributed, or sold in the state that make the internet accessible, and provides for the collection and remittance of fees, and provides for criminal and civil liability for certain violations of the Act. SALMON
HF 314 A bill for an act relating to the application of foreign laws and constitutional rights and including effective date provisions. SALMON, GASSMAN, BAXTER, SHIPLEY, WHEELER, GUSTAFSON, OSMUNDSON, FISHER and THOMPSON
HF 315 A bill for an act relating to the proper parties in an action, and providing penalties. SALMON, BAXTER, WHEELER, OSMUNDSON and FISHER
HF 316 A bill for an act relating to speech and expression at public institutions of higher education, providing for remedies, and including effective date provisions. HF 276, SF 274, HF 661 SHIPLEY
HF 317 A bill for an act relating to the prohibition of social media censorship and suppression of religious and political speech. SALMON
HF 318 A bill for an act relating to commercial fishing to remove underused, undesirable, and injurious organisms from waters of the state, and including applicability provisions. (See HF 604.) HF 604 OSMUNDSON, BAXTER, OURTH and WORTHAN
HF 319 A bill for an act providing that the plant Cannabis sativa L., with a certain maximum concentration of delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, is no longer defined as marijuana. SHIPLEY
HF 320 A bill for an act relating to permissible honoraria from restricted donors to public officials and public employees. (See HF 687.) HF 687 JACOBSEN
HF 321 A bill for an act relating to the provision of debt management services in connection with educational loans, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HSB 40.) SF 272 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 322 A bill for an act relating to qualifications to practice law in Iowa and regulation of persons admitted to practice law in a jurisdiction of the United States other than Iowa. (Formerly HSB 9.) SF 379 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 323 A bill for an act relating to the exploitation of a dependent adult by a caretaker. (Formerly HSB 21.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 153 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 324 A bill for an act relating to the requirements for certifications of trust and including applicability provisions. (Formerly HSB 25.) SF 112 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 325 A bill for an act relating to weapons requirements for nonambulatory hunters. (Formerly HF 49.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 49 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES
HF 326 A bill for an act relating to damages assessed for engaging in prohibited actions involving eagles, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HF 156.) HF 156 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES
HF 327 A bill for an act relating to franchisor-franchisee relationships for the purposes of certain employment laws and including applicability provisions. (Formerly HSB 5.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 510 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 328 A bill for an act relating to the definition of vulnerable elder. (Formerly HSB 30.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 152 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 329 A bill for an act relating to alternative nicotine products and vapor products, and providing for taxation of such products. SF 417 HF 467 MASCHER
HF 330 A bill for an act relating to certain workforce training programs administered by community colleges and tuition assistance related to such programs. BOSSMAN
HF 331 A bill for an act directing the state board of regents to conduct a feasibility study relating to the establishment of a need-based gender pay gap grant. GASKILL
HF 332 A bill for an act relating to the practice of alternative and complementary medicine, and making penalties applicable. SF 261 SHIPLEY, OSMUNDSON, BAXTER, WHEELER, KAUFMANN, THOMPSON, SORENSEN, SALMON and JACOBSEN
HF 333 A bill for an act relating to expansion of the 1st five program statewide, and making an appropriation. MASCHER
HF 334 A bill for an act relating to state child care assistance, including income eligibility and waiting list guidelines and copayment requirements and providing an effective date. SF 163 HF 104, HF 133, SF 191, HF 360 MASCHER
HF 335 A bill for an act relating to the filing of nomination papers by persons seeking nomination by a nonparty political organization. HANUSA
HF 336 A bill for an act relating to postconviction relief procedure and the underlying trial court record of the proceedings challenged. (Formerly HSB 28.) SF 158 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 337 A bill for an act relating to state employee defense and indemnification from certain claims and actions. (Formerly HSB 10.) SF 339 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 338 A bill for an act relating to claiming the adoption tax credit for qualified adoption expenses paid or incurred during a tax year and including retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly HSB 108.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
HF 339 A bill for an act relating to programs administered by the economic development authority, including tax credits for equity investments in qualifying businesses or innovation funds, tax incentives for eligible businesses in rural communities, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly HSB 84.) SF 321, SF 598 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
HF 340 A bill for an act providing for the designation of a lay caregiver relating to a patient’s inpatient stay at a hospital. (See HF 533.) SF 84, SF 210, HF 533 SF 33 DOLECHECK
HF 341 A bill for an act prohibiting persons from simultaneously holding more than one elective office and including applicability provisions. MASCHER
HF 342 A bill for an act increasing the maximum allowable length for stinger-steered automobile transporters. (Formerly HSB 46.) SF 208 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 343 A bill for an act allowing certain vans and pickups to be used to transport pupils to activity events or from school to home in emergency situations, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HSB 39.) SF 58, SF 197 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 344 A bill for an act relating to moneys donated to support 4-H clubs, by providing for the management and control of such moneys by county agricultural extension councils and 4-H clubs, and including effective date provisions. SALMON
HF 345 A bill for an act relating to defective motorcycles and autocycles purchased or leased by consumers, making penalties applicable, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly HSB 12.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 346 A bill for an act relating to solar energy storage capacity and ownership or purchase requirements applicable to certain electric utilities. ISENHART, WINCKLER, FORBES and STAED
HF 347 A bill for an act relating to the recovery of costs and certain payment disclosures associated with the closure of electric power generating facilities. SF 262 ZUMBACH, KAUFMANN, PAUSTIAN, SIECK, KLEIN, MAXWELL, SHIPLEY, McKEAN, MOMMSEN, STAED, McCONKEY, JENEARY, GERHOLD, BLOOMINGDALE, MOHR, MOORE, LUNDGREN, RUNNING-MARQUARDT, EHLERT and THORUP
HF 348 A bill for an act relating to education by modifying the duties and authority of certain state and local governmental entities and including effective date provisions. SF 28 SHIPLEY
HF 349 A bill for an act to require radon testing and mitigation in public schools and including applicability provisions. (See HF 673; HF 755.) HF 673, HF 755 BEST
HF 350 A bill for an act relating to water quality and soil conservation efforts, including election requirements and powers and duties of commissioners of soil and water conservation districts, and related powers and duties of county boards of supervisors, county treasurers, the state soil conservation committee, the department of agriculture and land stewardship’s division of soil and water conservation, and the attorney general. ISENHART
HF 351 A bill for an act relating to the expungement of a deferred judgment upon a person’s discharge from probation. (See HF 702.) HF 702 MOHR
HF 352 A bill for an act relating to procedures for child abuse investigations by the department of human services. B. MEYER
HF 353 A bill for an act relating to the methods of collection for expenses incurred in abating a nuisance or other hazards. FISHER
HF 354 A bill for an act relating to licensing sanctions for certain governmental debts by restricting use of social security numbers. SALMON
HF 355 A bill for an act relating to matters under the purview of the utilities division of the department of commerce, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HSB 107.) SF 509 SF 612 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 356 A bill for an act relating to procedural requirements for the merger of state credit unions. (Formerly HSB 106.) SF 506 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 357 A bill for an act relating to the subpoena powers of the superintendent of credit unions, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HSB 89.) SF 403 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 358 A bill for an act providing for the good-faith submission of information, records, applications, and documents to the credit union division. (Formerly HSB 90.) SF 402 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 359 A bill for an act relating to the construction of rules adopted by the utilities board. MASCHER
HF 360 A bill for an act relating to state child care assistance, including income eligibility and waiting list guidelines and copayment requirements. HF 104 HF 133, SF 163, SF 191, HF 334 MASCHER
HF 361 A bill for an act relating to the confidentiality of audio records and transcripts of 911 service calls involving a child as a witness or victim, or as the maker or the subject of the 911 service call. MASCHER
HF 362 A bill for an act providing for the licensure of clinical art therapists, making penalties applicable, providing for fees, and including effective date and implementation provisions. MASCHER
HF 363 A bill for an act allowing the use of a leashed dog to track and retrieve a wounded deer and providing a penalty. (See HF 657.) HF 657 THOMPSON, FISHER, HOLT and SORENSEN
HF 364 A bill for an act relating to cigarettes and tobacco products, including increased taxation of such products. MASCHER
HF 365 A bill for an act relating to electricity production in the state, and making penalties applicable. MASCHER
HF 366 A bill for an act requiring certain new school buses to be equipped with safety belts or safety harnesses, requiring the use of the safety belts or safety harnesses, and making penalties applicable. MASCHER
HF 367 A bill for an act requesting the establishment of a legislative interim study committee to create a plan to provide universal learning and child care centers and programs. MASCHER
HF 368 A bill for an act relating to underage prostitution. KURTH, B. MEYER, GASKILL, HUNTER, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, McCONKEY, GAINES, EHLERT, JACOBY, OLSON, KRESSIG, MASCHER, KACENA, WOLFE, BENNETT, WILLIAMS, OLDSON, STECKMAN, THEDE, BROWN-POWERS and PRICHARD
HF 369 A bill for an act relating to indeterminate sentences for class “D” felonies. HF 408 HF 712 WOLFE and STECKMAN
HF 370 A bill for an act exempting from the state sales tax the purchase price of tangible personal property or specified digital products sold and services furnished to a nonprofit food bank. SF 205 KURTH
HF 371 A bill for an act relating to alcoholic beverage control violations and second and subsequent convictions, and providing penalties. (See HF 688.) HF 688 WOLFE
HF 372 A bill for an act relating to the awarding of medical residency positions in the state. (See HF 532.) HF 532 FRY
HF 373 A bill for an act relating to the child abuse hotline. ABDUL-SAMAD
HF 374 A bill for an act creating the Iowa end-of-life options Act and providing penalties. SF 175 MASCHER
HF 375 A bill for an act relating to the expansion of the newborn metabolic screening panel. BEST
HF 376 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid program coverage for certain populations, and including effective date provisions. STAED, B. MEYER, GASKILL, KURTH, FORBES, HUNTER, ANDERSON, GAINES, ABDUL-SAMAD and KACENA
HF 377 A bill for an act relating to the intentional and unintentional discharge of a firearm in a reckless manner, and providing penalties. ANDERSON
HF 378 A bill for an act providing for certain fees applicable to licensed consumer fireworks sellers, and making penalties applicable. McCONKEY
HF 379 A bill for an act relating to the elimination of the exemption of gaming floors from the prohibitions of the smokefree air Act. SF 109 MASCHER
HF 380 A bill for an act relating to the scanning and usage of intelligent mail barcodes on absentee ballots. MASCHER
HF 381 A bill for an act relating to the use of safety helmets by operators of, and passengers on, motorcycles and motorized bicycles, and providing penalties. MASCHER
HF 382 A bill for an act concerning matters relating to the transportation of railroad workers, and providing penalties. SF 250 M. SMITH, HUNTER, KURTZ, STAED, ANDERSON, McCONKEY, THEDE, DONAHUE, HEDDENS, BEARINGER, GASKILL and ISENHART
HF 383 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, 2019, specifying citation references, modifying provisions relating to the property tax replacement payments, and including effective date provisions. WINCKLER, ABDUL-SAMAD, ANDERSON, BEARINGER, BENNETT, BRECKENRIDGE, BROWN-POWERS, COHOON, DERRY, DONAHUE, EHLERT, FORBES, GAINES, GASKILL, HALL, HEDDENS, HUNTER, ISENHART, JACOBY, JAMES, JUDGE, KACENA, KONFRST, KRESSIG, KURTH, KURTZ, LENSING, MASCHER, MATSON, McCONKEY, B. MEYER, NIELSEN, OLDSON, OLSON, OURTH, PRICHARD, RUNNING-MARQUARDT, M. SMITH, R. SMITH, STAED, STECKMAN, SUNDE, THEDE, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, WILLIAMS and WOLFE
HF 384 A bill for an act requiring employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees based on pregnancy or childbirth and making penalties applicable. HF 109, SF 117 HINSON
HF 385 A bill for an act concerning the carrying and possession of weapons and the acquiring of pistols and revolvers, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. WINDSCHITL
HF 386 A bill for an act relating to the issuance of driver’s licenses marked to reflect veteran status. (Formerly HSB 121.) COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
HF 387 A bill for an act relating to distance requirements for certain motor vehicles following other vehicles. (Formerly HSB 127.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 388 A bill for an act relating to special certificates issued to aircraft manufacturers, transporters, and dealers, providing fees, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly HSB 88.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 389 A bill for an act relating to the process and fees associated with the registration and title of vessels, snowmobiles, and all-terrain vehicles. (Formerly HSB 44.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 281, SF 623 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 390 A bill for an act relating to required notices to the department of transportation regarding certain registered aircraft. (Formerly HSB 45.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 266 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 391 A bill for an act increasing the required amount for a surety bond necessary for the issuance of a travel trailer dealer’s license, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly HSB 13.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 268 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 392 A bill for an act relating to competitive bidding requirements applicable to certain governmental officials and employees. (Formerly HSB 51.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HF 393 A bill for an act relating to the reporting of certain gifts and bequests received by the executive branch. (Formerly HSB 53.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 446 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HF 394 A bill for an act relating to school district finance by modifying provisions relating to the calculation of the regular program state cost per pupil, establishing a supplementary weighting plan for certain mandatory school district transportation costs, and including effective date provisions. WINCKLER, ABDUL-SAMAD, ANDERSON, BEARINGER, BRECKENRIDGE, BROWN-POWERS, COHOON, DONAHUE, EHLERT, FORBES, GAINES, GASKILL, HALL, HEDDENS, HUNTER, JACOBY, JUDGE, KACENA, KONFRST, KRESSIG, KURTH, KURTZ, LENSING, MASCHER, MATSON, McCONKEY, B. MEYER, NIELSEN, OLDSON, OLSON, OURTH, PRICHARD, M. SMITH, R. SMITH, STAED, STECKMAN, SUNDE, THEDE, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, WILLIAMS and WOLFE
HF 395 A bill for an act relating to pretrial contact between a prosecuting witness who is a minor and the defendant. (See HF 659.) WHEELER
HF 396 A bill for an act relating to live adult entertainment facilities, including creating a human trafficking and child sexual exploitation prevention fund, and providing for the assessment of a surcharge. SALMON
HF 397 A bill for an act prohibiting the construction of confinement feeding operation structures that are part of confinement feeding operations located in certain subwatersheds, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. STAED
HF 398 A bill for an act requiring that a person submit a bond with a manure management plan associated with a confinement feeding operation, and including effective date provisions. STAED
HF 399 A bill for an act relating to health insurance coverage for hearing aids for covered persons age eighteen and younger and including applicability provisions. RUNNING-MARQUARDT
HF 400 A bill for an act providing labeling requirements for household hazardous plants, and making penalties applicable. ANDERSON
HF 401 A bill for an act relating to manufacturers of alcoholic beverages. SF 277 MOMMSEN
HF 402 A bill for an act relating to the authorized uses of revenues from the regular and voter-approved physical plant and equipment levies and including applicability provisions. KURTH
HF 403 A bill for an act relating to the list of shared operational functions for which school districts and area education agencies may be eligible to receive supplementary weighting and including applicability provisions. SF 284 RUNNING-MARQUARDT
HF 404 A bill for an act relating to lead testing in child care facilities and schools. MASCHER
HF 405 A bill for an act providing for the development and implementation of guidelines for schools for the management of students with life-threatening food allergies. MASCHER
HF 406 A bill for an act relating to requiring water quality plans for persons receiving financial assistance for establishing soil and water conservation plans. STAED
HF 407 A bill for an act relating to confinement feeding operations, including by establishing a moratorium, requiring the department of natural resources to adjust compliance fees, requiring the department to submit a report to the general assembly, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. STAED
HF 408 A bill for an act relating to indeterminate sentences for class “D” felonies. (See HF 712.) HF 369 HF 712 JONES
HF 409 A bill for an act designating snow plow operators as public safety employees for purposes of public employee collective bargaining and including applicability provisions. BROWN-POWERS, KRESSIG, WINCKLER, BENNETT, R. SMITH and HUNTER
HF 410 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of objectionable odors and providing penalties. STAED, HUNTER and GAINES
HF 411 A bill for an act requiring the department of natural resources to conduct a study related to pollinator species on properties owned by the department. DONAHUE
HF 412 A bill for an act relating to the acceptance of beverage containers by dealers and redemption centers and providing effective date provisions. SF 59, SF 520 LOHSE
HF 413 A bill for an act relating to the medical cannabidiol Act by adding post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of debilitating medical conditions for which the medical use of cannabidiol would be medically beneficial. RUNNING-MARQUARDT
HF 414 A bill for an act providing for population impact statements on bills, resolutions, and amendments. M. SMITH
HF 415 A bill for an act differentiating between filing deadlines for incumbents and nonincumbents. STAED
HF 416 A bill for an act exempting from the sales and use tax the sale or rental price of gardening materials and supplies used in an urban area. OLSON
HF 417 A bill for an act relating to post-loss assignment of rights to residential contractors for repair or services performed on residential real estate covered by property and casualty insurance, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HSB 33.) SF 412 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 418 A bill for an act relating to commercial driver’s license requirements, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly HSB 43.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 226 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 419 A bill for an act relating to professional standards for the certification or designation of music therapists and providing penalties. (Formerly HSB 60.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HF 420 A bill for an act relating to a financial literacy requirement under the state’s educational standards. (Formerly HSB 128.) SF 139 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
HF 421 A bill for an act relating to institutions under the control of the department of human services, including providing for the transfer of dangerous persons with mental illness from a hospital for persons with mental illness to the Iowa medical and classification center. (Formerly HSB 73.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 338 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
HF 422 A bill for an act relating to the provision of health care services via telehealth for the civil commitment unit for sexual offenders. (Formerly HF 211.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 211 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
HF 423 A bill for an act relating to the suspension of Medicaid coverage for an inmate of a public institution. (Formerly HF 209.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 209, SF 252, SF 415 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
HF 424 A bill for an act relating to the creation of a green alert program for missing veterans-at-risk. (Formerly HSB 135.) SF 64, HF 166, HF 286 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
HF 425 A bill for an act relating to school funding by modifying provisions relating to the collection of sales tax for deposit in the secure an advanced vision for education fund, provisions relating to the use of tax revenue from the secure an advanced vision for education fund, and provisions relating to the calculation of the additional property tax levy, and making appropriations. (Formerly HSB 18; See HF 546.) SF 74, HF 546 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
HF 426 A bill for an act relating to the insurance fraud bureau, criminal history checks for licenses granted by the insurance division, and resolving inconsistencies. (Formerly HSB 92.) SF 331 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 427 A bill for an act requiring that secondary and postsecondary education institutions provide students with information regarding suicide prevention and student mental health services and including applicability provisions. KRESSIG, BROWN-POWERS, MOORE and R. SMITH
HF 428 A bill for an act relating to the core curriculum and twenty-first century learning skills adopted or defined by the state board of education. SALMON, GASSMAN, SHIPLEY, WHEELER, GUSTAFSON, OSMUNDSON, FISHER and HOLT
HF 429 A bill for an act relating to human growth and development course enrollment at school districts and to pupil attendance at educational conferences or seminars in which human growth and development information is provided. SALMON, GASSMAN, SHIPLEY, WHEELER, KERR, OSMUNDSON and FISHER
HF 430 A bill for an act relating to pediatric congenital heart surgery including data reporting and the provision of patient education by hospitals. SF 387, SF 531 A. MEYER
HF 431 A bill for an act relating to farm tenancies, by providing for notice of termination. DEYOE
HF 432 A bill for an act requiring an environmental impact assessment under specified circumstances prior to the granting of a permit to construct, maintain, or operate a hazardous liquid pipeline, and including effective date provisions. ISENHART
HF 433 A bill for an act requiring parental consent forms for field trips or school activities in the capitol building or on the capitol grounds to include language on state law permitting pistols and revolvers in the capitol building and on the capitol grounds. MASCHER
HF 434 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid and children’s health insurance program coverage for certain lawfully residing children, and providing effective date provisions. ISENHART
HF 435 A bill for an act relating to the release of certain confidential information by the department of human services to multidisciplinary teams and making penalties applicable. (See HF 642.) HF 642 FRY
HF 436 A bill for an act creating a citizen trade policy council, establishing powers and duties for the council, creating a citizen trade policy council fund, and making an appropriation. ISENHART
HF 437 A bill for an act relating to licensing sanctions against individuals who default or are delinquent on student loan debt or on a related service obligation. (See HF 660.) SF 304, HF 660 FRY
HF 438 A bill for an act relating to the repeal of the state inheritance tax and the state qualified use inheritance tax. SF 1, SF 69, HF 172, SF 307 MOORE, JACOBSEN, WHEELER and GERHOLD
HF 439 A bill for an act requiring the budget submissions of executive branch departments to utilize a zero-base approach once per decade. BOSSMAN
HF 440 A bill for an act relating to delayed deposit services by limiting the annual percentage rate for fees and requiring a delayed deposit repayment option in certain circumstances and making penalties applicable. SF 106 MATSON, KRESSIG, JACOBY, MASCHER, B. MEYER, DONAHUE, FORBES, STECKMAN, OURTH, KURTZ, GASKILL, THEDE, HUNTER, KACENA, ANDERSON, GAINES, BROWN-POWERS, HEDDENS, McCONKEY, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, JAMES, STAED, ISENHART and R. SMITH
HF 441 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a behavioral interventions task force. MASCHER
HF 442 A bill for an act requiring school districts to expand human growth and development coursework to include instruction regarding organ and tissue donation. MASCHER
HF 443 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa core curriculum and standards for school districts and accredited nonpublic schools and including effective date provisions. WHEELER
HF 444 A bill for an act relating to display of the national motto by school districts. WHEELER
HF 445 A bill for an act relating to education funding weighting for children living in certain facilities and including effective date provisions. (See HF 720.) HF 720 JONES, WORTHAN and HUSEMAN
HF 446 A bill for an act relating to the manufacture of controlled substances and providing penalties. JONES
HF 447 A bill for an act relating to the dispensing of insulin in emergency situations, and providing for insurance coverage. (See HF 700.) SF 291, SF 530 HF 700 McKEAN and JAMES
HF 448 A bill for an act providing for exemptions from immunization for a person’s enrollment in any elementary or secondary school or licensed child care center. SF 239 SHIPLEY and THOMPSON
HF 449 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. SHIPLEY
HF 450 A bill for an act requiring that human growth and development instruction provided by school districts include instruction on consent. SF 97, HF 144, HF 469, SF 432 BENNETT, STAED, KURTH, HUNTER, GASKILL, ANDERSON, B. MEYER, EHLERT, DERRY, GAINES, McCONKEY, MASCHER and KACENA
HF 451 A bill for an act establishing a psychiatric patient placement clearinghouse and inpatient psychiatric bed tracking system work group. (See HF 624.) HF 624 FRY
HF 452 A bill for an act defining the terms crime of violence and violence. ANDERSON
HF 453 A bill for an act excluding certain temporary employment by governmental entities from eligibility for unemployment insurance and including applicability provisions. JONES
HF 454 A bill for an act relating to fishing by children in foster care. KACENA
HF 455 A bill for an act relating to human trafficking prevention training, by providing for certification of lodging providers who have voluntarily completed training and prohibiting the use of public funds to procure lodging, facilities, or services from noncertified lodging providers. ISENHART and JAMES
HF 456 A bill for an act relating to the carrying and possession of weapons and acquiring pistols and revolvers, and providing penalties. HF 118, SF 165 WHEELER
HF 457 A bill for an act relating to the classification of MDMA as a schedule I controlled substance. HF 249 SHIPLEY
HF 458 A bill for an act providing for an Edna Griffin statue or monument on the capitol complex grounds. BENNETT, STAED, DONAHUE, GAINES, THEDE, KURTH, HUNTER, GASKILL, M. SMITH, ANDERSON, B. MEYER, DERRY, McCONKEY, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, MASCHER, KRESSIG and WOLFE
HF 459 A bill for an act relating to operational requirements for the Iowa public information board. LENSING
HF 460 A bill for an act relating to penalties for drivers of motor vehicles who pass, or fail to reduce speed or stop for, school buses, and including effective date provisions. SF 222 RUNNING-MARQUARDT
HF 461 A bill for an act requiring the use of safety belts or safety harnesses by passengers of motor vehicles, and making penalties applicable. SF 423 MASCHER
HF 462 A bill for an act exempting the sale of feminine hygiene products from the sales tax. MASCHER
HF 463 A bill for an act exempting from the individual income tax Iowa national guard enlistment or retention bonus pay received by an individual serving in the national guard, and including applicability provisions. THOMPSON and GERHOLD
HF 464 A bill for an act providing for the establishment of recreation savings accounts and a related individual income tax exemption, and including applicability provisions. BOSSMAN
HF 465 A bill for an act excluding from the computation of net income for state individual income tax purposes the net capital gain from sales or exchanges of assets, and including retroactive applicability provisions. SHIPLEY
HF 466 A bill for an act establishing processes for voter approval of a proposition to require a township to provide emergency medical service and for voter approval of a higher additional annual property tax levy rate for the provision of township services. (See HF 693.) HF 693 SF 55 NIELSEN
HF 467 A bill for an act relating to cigarettes, tobacco products, alternative nicotine products, and vapor products, including taxation of such products. HF 329, SF 417 HINSON, GUSTAFSON, ABDUL-SAMAD, LOHSE, McKEAN, BACON, HEDDENS, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, BROWN-POWERS and FORBES
HF 468 A bill for an act requiring that a certain percentage of the tax incentives administered by the economic development authority be provided to projects located in small cities, and including applicability provisions. GRASSLEY, BRINK, KLEIN, HEIN, MAXWELL, THORUP, BEST, BACON, DOLECHECK, HOLT, HITE, KERR, WORTHAN, GUSTAFSON, MOORE, MOMMSEN, MITCHELL, HUSEMAN, BLOOMINGDALE, FRY, SEXTON, SIECK, SALMON, GASSMAN, SHIPLEY, JENEARY, FISHER, BAXTER, McKEAN, SORENSEN, THOMPSON, GERHOLD, KAUFMANN and WILLS
HF 469 A bill for an act requiring that human growth and development instruction provided by school districts include instruction on the meaning of consent. SF 97, HF 144, HF 450, SF 432 McCONKEY, BEARINGER, ANDERSON, GASKILL, ABDUL-SAMAD, STAED, JAMES, GAINES and DONAHUE
HF 470 A bill for an act relating to upgrading and expanding current lagoon-based wastewater treatment systems. MITCHELL
HF 471 A bill for an act relating to the liability of private employers, general contractors, and premises owners for negligently hiring or failing to supervise employees, agents, or independent contractors convicted of a public offense. (See HF 650.) HF 650, SF 580 HINSON
HF 472 A bill for an act prohibiting public employers from seeking the criminal record or criminal history from applicants for employment under certain circumstances, establishing a criminal history employment application task force, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. SF 390 HF 64, SF 142, HF 163 HINSON and WOLFE
HF 473 A bill for an act relating to turtle harvesting season. KLEIN
HF 474 A bill for an act relating to animals, including dogs, that are subject to certain health and safety regulations, including by providing for rabies control, and the confiscation, impoundment, and disposition of such animals, providing a criminal penalty, and making penalties applicable. GASKILL
HF 475 A bill for an act relating to the payment of dependent care expenses from campaign funds and making penalties applicable. MATSON, JAMES, KRESSIG, JACOBY, MASCHER, B. MEYER, DONAHUE, KURTH, KONFRST, STECKMAN, ANDERSON, GAINES, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, ISENHART, EHLERT, DERRY, STAED, McCONKEY, ABDUL-SAMAD and KURTZ
HF 476 A bill for an act relating to solar energy system tax credits, and including applicability provisions. KLEIN
HF 477 A bill for an act relating to bioscience-based economic development, the establishment of a bioscience development corporation, and membership on the Iowa innovation council. (Formerly HSB 86.) SF 228 COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH
HF 478 A bill for an act eliminating the education telecommunications council and regional telecommunications councils established under the Iowa communications network. (Formerly HSB 146.) SF 367 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HF 479 A bill for an act relating to the practice of massage therapy, and providing penalties. (Formerly HSB 1.) SF 267 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 480 A bill for an act relating to eligibility for state child care assistance. SF 253 JACOBY
HF 481 A bill for an act relating to the operation of motor vehicles in the left-most lane of certain roadways, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HF 74.) HF 74, SF 389 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 482 A bill for an act relating to department of transportation employees designated as peace officers, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly HSB 37.) Effective 3-21-19. SF 429 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 483 A bill for an act relating to the gross weight of special trucks, and providing fees. (Formerly HF 75; See HF 769.) SF 83, HF 75, SF 187, HF 769, SF 637 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 484 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle accidents resulting in injury or death, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HSB 123.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 485 A bill for an act concerning state purchasing requirements relating to targeted small business procurement goals. (Formerly HSB 152.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH
HF 486 A bill for an act relating to community catalyst building remediation grants for emergency projects. (Formerly HSB 91.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH
HF 487 A bill for an act related to installations of certain wireless telecommunications infrastructure in the state, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly HSB 155.) Effective 3-25-19. SF 560 COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY
HF 488 A bill for an act providing for a study regarding the feasibility of soilless farming using aquaponic integrated production systems in rural and urban communities. ABDUL-SAMAD
HF 489 A bill for an act relating to pharmacy benefit managers and health carriers and management of prescription drug benefits, and including applicability provisions. SF 347 SF 563 LUNDGREN
HF 490 A bill for an act relating to assessments administered by school districts to reevaluate students for reading proficiency. HF 491 KONFRST
HF 491 A bill for an act relating to assessments administered by school districts to evaluate and reevaluate students for reading proficiency and including effective date provisions. HF 490 KONFRST
HF 492 A bill for an act limiting the amount of instructional time a school district or accredited nonpublic school must make up when inclement weather causes a school district or accredited nonpublic school to close, and including effective date provisions. HF 78, SF 129, SF 130, HF 185 WINCKLER, JAMES, KURTH, STAED, B. MEYER, DONAHUE, LENSING, EHLERT, GAINES, ABDUL-SAMAD, BEARINGER and OLDSON
HF 493 A bill for an act relating to the circumstances for which supplemental aid or a modified supplemental amount may be approved by the school budget review committee and including applicability provisions. HF 99 WINCKLER, LENSING, COHOON, KURTH, HUNTER, GASKILL, ANDERSON, OURTH, STECKMAN, BEARINGER, BRECKENRIDGE, FORBES, STAED, DONAHUE, EHLERT, GAINES, BROWN-POWERS, OLSON, ABDUL-SAMAD, MASCHER, R. SMITH, KURTZ, WOLFE, WILLIAMS, DERRY, McCONKEY, KACENA and B. MEYER
HF 494 A bill for an act requiring Iowa’s public and private postsecondary institutions to provide all newly admitted students with a seminar relating to certain resources available to students. MASCHER
HF 495 A bill for an act relating to the development and administration of a public awareness campaign on state voter identification laws, and making an appropriation. ABDUL-SAMAD
HF 496 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle insurance, including requiring owners of registered motor vehicles to maintain financial liability coverage, establishing a motor vehicle insurance verification database, authorizing the use of automated registration plate reader systems, and authorizing county enforcement and diversion programs, establishing fees, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions. WILLS
HF 497 A bill for an act creating an exemption to the water services excise tax for water sold or furnished by a nonprofit organization. GASSMAN
HF 498 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. SF 182 WHEELER
HF 499 A bill for an act allowing certain vans and pickups to be used to transport pupils to activity events or from school to home in emergency situations. (Formerly HF 136.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 43, HF 136, SF 186 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
HF 500 A bill for an act relating to electric scooters, and providing penalties. (Formerly HSB 38.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 501 A bill for an act relating to licensed and registered child care provider reimbursement rates under the state child care assistance program. EHLERT, MASCHER, DONAHUE, KRESSIG, JACOBY, BEARINGER, ANDERSON, GASKILL, STAED, MATSON, WOLFE, JAMES, WINCKLER and RUNNING-MARQUARDT
HF 502 A bill for an act modifying provisions relating to the certification of real estate appraisers and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HSB 105.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 503 A bill for an act relating to the membership and procedures of the state judicial nominating commission and district judicial nominating commission and to the selection and qualifications of judges, associate judges, and the chief justice, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly HSB 110.) SF 237 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 504 A bill for an act relating to the health education requirement for grades nine through twelve under the education standards. SF 270 SF 376 BENNETT, STAED, HUNTER and BROWN-POWERS
HF 505 A bill for an act requiring that human growth and development instruction provided by school districts include age-appropriate and research-based instruction inclusive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender health practices. BENNETT, STAED, HUNTER, BROWN-POWERS and GAINES
HF 506 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid managed care for the long-term services and supports population, and including effective date provisions. BROWN-POWERS
HF 507 A bill for an act establishing the criminal offense of nonconsensual condom removal and providing penalties. BENNETT, HUNTER and GAINES
HF 508 A bill for an act relating to restrictions on the criminal defenses of provocation, diminished capacity, and self-defense. SF 407 BENNETT, HUNTER, BROWN-POWERS and GAINES
HF 509 A bill for an act relating to parking spaces designated for charging electric motor vehicles, and providing penalties. BENNETT
HF 510 A bill for an act relating to the discharge of visible particulate emissions from a diesel-powered motor vehicle, and providing penalties. BENNETT
HF 511 A bill for an act relating to the application fee and annual fee imposed for nonassistance child support cases. (Formerly HSB 69; See HF 739.) SF 543, HF 739, SF 605 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 512 A bill for an act relating to fee programs for permittee participation in lieu of required compensatory mitigation of stream and wetland impacts and making appropriations. (Formerly HSB 80.) SF 503 COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
HF 513 A bill for an act relating to assessment scores set by the department of education for successful completion of a practitioner preparation program and for initial teacher licensure and providing for related matters. (Formerly HSB 17.) SF 159 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
HF 514 A bill for an act allowing certain operating-while-intoxicated offenders to be sentenced as habitual offenders, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HSB 29.) SF 113 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 515 A bill for an act relating to the criminal elements for the commission of sexual misconduct with offenders, and providing penalties. (Formerly HSB 72.) SF 273 COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY
HF 516 A bill for an act relating to voting membership on joint 911 service boards. (Formerly HSB 156.) Effective 7-1-19. COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY
HF 517 A bill for an act relating to special minor’s driver’s licenses for students attending accredited nonpublic schools. (Formerly HF 237.) SF 140, HF 237 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 518 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement for dually eligible Medicare and Medicaid members receiving the Medicare hospice benefit and Medicaid-only members electing the hospice benefit in a nursing facility. (Formerly HF 295.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 542 HF 295 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
HF 519 A bill for an act providing for an increase in the barrel tax on beer, and making appropriations. McKEAN
HF 520 A bill for an act relating to the provision of electrical service at electric vehicle charging stations. MASCHER
HF 521 A bill for an act providing for animal feeding operations, including by providing for the zoning of structures, the regulation of structures and operations, providing for property taxes, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. STAED
HF 522 A bill for an act relating to consent agreements for domestic abuse and sexual abuse protective orders. SF 254, SF 448 WOLFE
HF 523 A bill for an act relating to the restoration of the rights of citizenship, and providing for a contingent effective date. HF 85 WOLFE
HF 524 A bill for an act applying earned time to reduce certain mandatory minimum felony sentences. WOLFE
HF 525 A bill for an act related to professional licensing, including by modifying provisions related to disciplinary action for certain licensed professions, and establishing inmate eligibility requirements for vocational programs offered by the department of corrections. HINSON
HF 526 A bill for an act requesting the establishment of a state investment trust interim study committee. STAED
HF 527 A bill for an act creating a home retrofitting tax credit available against the individual income tax, and including applicability provisions. BEST
HF 528 A bill for an act relating to access to a copy of an original birth certificate by an adult adoptee or an entitled person, and providing for fees. (Formerly HF 53; See HF 746.) SF 515 HF 53, SF 126, HF 746, SF 621 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
HF 529 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a public defender or designee requests copies of certain documents. (Formerly HF 4; See HF 753.) SF 52, HF 4, HF 753 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 530 A bill for an act relating to the management of the spread of diseases in wild animals, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly HSB 162.) COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES
HF 531 A bill for an act concerning unemployment insurance and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly HSB 42.) COMMITTEE ON LABOR
HF 532 A bill for an act relating to the physician workforce in the state including the awarding of medical residency positions in the state. (Formerly HF 372.) Effective 7-1-19. HF 372 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
HF 533 A bill for an act providing for the designation of a lay caregiver relating to a patient’s inpatient stay at a hospital. (Formerly HF 340.) SF 84, SF 210, HF 340 SF 33 COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES
HF 534 A bill for an act creating the criminal offense of female genital mutilation and providing penalties. (Formerly HSB 115.) SF 212, SF 346 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 535 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicles operated by an automated driving system, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HSB 122.) SF 302 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
HF 536 A bill for an act eliminating requirements relating to the filing of certain reports with the secretary of state by persons holding agricultural land and persons who are business entities. KLEIN
HF 537 A bill for an act relating to the imposition of certain fees on public utilities for the use of public rights-of-way. (Formerly HSB 32.) Effective 7-1-19. SF 401, SF 611 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HF 538 A bill for an act relating to mandatory child abuse and dependent adult abuse reporter training requirements. (See HF 731.) SF 419, SF 544, HF 731 FRY
HF 539 A bill for an act relating to the public safety equipment fund, providing for voluntary contributions to the fund, and including effective date provisions. (See HF 682.) HF 682 JENEARY and GERHOLD
HF 540 A bill for an act providing a property tax exemption for land used to produce food within the limits of a city. HF 170 ISENHART and ABDUL-SAMAD
HF 541 A bill for an act relating to investigations of licensing boards. ISENHART
HF 542 A bill for an act relating to the acquisition of land by certain governmental entities. SIECK
HF 543 A bill for an act relating to third-party payment of coverage benefits for mental health and disability regional core services. MASCHER
HF 544 A bill for an act relating to participation in conciliation related to a dissolution of marriage. (See HF 719.) HF 719 HITE