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SR 1 A resolution relating to the Senate Code of Ethics governing the conduct of members of the Senate in relation to their senatorial duties during the Ninetieth General Assembly.(Formerly SSB 1075.) COMMITTEE ON ETHICS
SR 2 A resolution honoring and congratulating Joan Arnett for her dedicated service to the Iowa General Assembly and the State of Iowa. JOCHUM, ALONS, BENNETT, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, BOUSSELOT, BROWN, CELSI, COSTELLO, COURNOYER, DAWSON, DE WITT, DICKEY, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, DRISCOLL, EDLER, EVANS, GARRETT, GIDDENS, GREEN, GRUENHAGEN, GUTH, KLIMESH, KNOX, KOELKER, KRAAYENBRINK, LOFGREN, McCLINTOCK, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, REICHMAN, ROWLEY, ROZENBOOM, SALMON, SCHULTZ, SHIPLEY, SINCLAIR, SWEENEY, J. TAYLOR, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, WAHLS, WEBSTER, WEINER, WESTRICH, WHITVER, WINCKLER, ZAUN and ZUMBACH
SR 3 A resolution designating February 28, 2023, as Community College Day. KRAAYENBRINK
SR 4 A resolution designating the month of March as Disabilities Awareness Month in Iowa. KNOX and J. TAYLOR
SR 5 A resolution calling on the federal government to investigate the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, including whether it was in any way related to taxpayer-funded gain-of-function animal experiments being performed at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. ALONS
SR 6 A resolution honoring and congratulating John D. Lawrence for his dedicated service to Iowa State University of Science and Technology, the State of Iowa, and all Iowans. SHIPLEY
SR 7 A resolution condemning the federal vaccination mandate for members of the military and urging state and federal authorities to take remedial actions for negatively impacted service members. SALMON, ZAUN, WESTRICH, McCLINTOCK, LOFGREN, GUTH, J. TAYLOR, KRAAYENBRINK, GREEN and ALONS
SR 8 A resolution urging the federal government to investigate and arrest officials in charge of the District of Columbia Jail SALMON, ZAUN, WESTRICH, KRAAYENBRINK, GUTH and ALONS
SR 9 A resolution urging the United States environmental protection agency and the United States army corps of engineers to withdraw vague regulations that threaten to impose complicated and overreaching restrictions upon Iowa farmers. SWEENEY
SR 10 A resolution deferring action on the confirmation of certain appointments. WHITVER
SR 11 A resolution honoring Caitlin Clark and the University of Iowa Women’s Basketball Program for their historic season. SWEENEY, COURNOYER, ROZENBOOM, GREEN, DICKEY, KOELKER, ROWLEY, KLIMESH, SCHULTZ, SHIPLEY, WEBSTER, McCLINTOCK, PETERSEN, WESTRICH, EVANS, KRAAYENBRINK, DOTZLER, BOULTON, WINCKLER, DONAHUE, GIDDENS, REICHMAN, J. TAYLOR, WEINER, CELSI, BISIGNANO, SINCLAIR, BROWN, WAHLS, BENNETT, SALMON, ALONS, DAWSON and LOFGREN
SR 12 A resolution amending Senate Rules for the Ninetieth General Assembly. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 101 A resolution affirming the State of Iowa’s support for the State of Israel and condemning the Hamas attack on Israel on October 7, 2023. ROWLEY
SR 102 A resolution to address the stigma around the term mental health by recognizing the term brain health. KOELKER, DAWSON, REICHMAN, SINCLAIR, GRUENHAGEN, SALMON, KLIMESH, KRAAYENBRINK, COURNOYER, BISIGNANO, EVANS, DOTZLER, TRONE GARRIOTT, SHIPLEY, GIDDENS, DRISCOLL, WEINER, CELSI, KNOX, BOUSSELOT, JOCHUM, DICKEY, WEBSTER, ROWLEY, GREEN, WHITVER, BOULTON and ZAUN
SR 103 A resolution affirming the State of Iowa’s support for the State of Israel and condemning the Hamas attack on Israel on October 7, 2023. ROWLEY, ZAUN, GREEN, BOUSSELOT, ALONS, LOFGREN, KLIMESH, SINCLAIR, GUTH, EDLER, REICHMAN, SHIPLEY, KRAAYENBRINK, SWEENEY, COURNOYER, BROWN, WEBSTER, SALMON, COSTELLO, WESTRICH, GRUENHAGEN, McCLINTOCK, SCHULTZ, ZUMBACH and DAWSON
SR 104 A resolution supporting increased protections for America’s borders. WHITVER, DAWSON, ZAUN, REICHMAN, SINCLAIR, KRAAYENBRINK, ZUMBACH, BROWN, COSTELLO, DRISCOLL, LOFGREN, SCHULTZ, McCLINTOCK, GREEN, KLIMESH, GUTH, ALONS, BOUSSELOT, DE WITT, KOELKER, WESTRICH, J. TAYLOR, SWEENEY, GRUENHAGEN, DICKEY, SALMON, COURNOYER, EVANS, GARRETT, EDLER, WEBSTER, ROZENBOOM, SHIPLEY and ROWLEY
SR 105 A resolution honoring Caitlin Clark on her extraordinary achievements and the University of Iowa Hawkeyes women’s basketball team and coaching staff for their outstanding performance. WEINER, WINCKLER, CELSI, PETERSEN, JOCHUM, T. TAYLOR, BOULTON, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, WAHLS, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT, SALMON, EDLER, COSTELLO, KRAAYENBRINK, BISIGNANO, COURNOYER, EVANS, WEBSTER, GRUENHAGEN, GARRETT, ALONS, GREEN, ZUMBACH, SINCLAIR, J. TAYLOR, BOUSSELOT, KOELKER, DICKEY, SHIPLEY, QUIRMBACH, SCHULTZ, ROWLEY, SWEENEY, ROZENBOOM, BROWN, WHITVER, KNOX, ZAUN, McCLINTOCK and GIDDENS
SR 106 A resolution commemorating St. Patrick’s Day and celebrating the United States’ relationship with Ireland. SCHULTZ, McCLINTOCK and COSTELLO
SR 107 A resolution honoring and congratulating the University of Iowa Hawkeye women’s wrestling team for winning the National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Tournament. COURNOYER, SWEENEY, GIDDENS, GARRETT, BOULTON, JOCHUM, WEBSTER, LOFGREN, DICKEY, WHITVER, WEINER, EVANS, KOELKER, BROWN, J. TAYLOR, SHIPLEY and SINCLAIR
SR 108 A resolution recognizing and congratulating University of Northern Iowa GIDDENS, SWEENEY, DOTZLER and ZUMBACH
SR 109 A resolution recognizing and congratulating the Iowa State University Cyclones SINCLAIR, GARRETT, SALMON, COSTELLO, LOFGREN, GREEN, DICKEY, SCHULTZ, DAWSON, DRISCOLL, KOELKER, WESTRICH, REICHMAN, EDLER, COURNOYER, GRUENHAGEN, ROZENBOOM, KRAAYENBRINK, SWEENEY, SHIPLEY, ROWLEY, WEBSTER, BROWN, ALONS, J. TAYLOR, McCLINTOCK, QUIRMBACH, JOCHUM, BOULTON, KNOX, GIDDENS, WINCKLER, CELSI, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, TRONE GARRIOTT, T. TAYLOR, PETERSEN and WEINER
SR 110 A resolution recognizing and congratulating Iowa State University KRAAYENBRINK
SR 111 A resolution honoring Senator Pam Jochum for her service to Iowa. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 112 A resolution honoring Senator Todd Taylor for his service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 113 A resolution honoring Senator Jeff Edler for his service in the Iowa Senate. COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SR 114 A resolution deferring action on the confirmation of certain appointments submitted by the Governor. WHITVER
SJR 1 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and impose term limits on federal officials and members of Congress. SJR 2, SJR 5, HJR 4, SJR 7, HJR 7 ZAUN
SJR 2 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and impose limits on the number of terms that a person may serve in Congress, and requesting Congress to similarly propose such amendments. SJR 1, SJR 5, HJR 4, SJR 7, HJR 7 DAWSON
SJR 3 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa limiting years of service for members of the general assembly. DAWSON
SJR 4 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to elections for the recall of elected officials. J. TAYLOR
SJR 5 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and limit the number of terms that a person may serve in Congress, and requesting Congress to similarly propose such amendments. SJR 1, SJR 2, HJR 4, SJR 7, HJR 7 GREEN
SJR 6 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to cannabis. T. TAYLOR, PETERSEN, DOTZLER, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT and CELSI
SJR 7 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and limit the number of terms that a person may serve in Congress. HJR 4, HJR 7 SJR 1, SJR 2, SJR 5 GREEN
SJR 8 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa providing that the people of the state have a right to hunt, fish, trap, and harvest wildlife.(See SJR 12.) HJR 2, HJR 6, SJR 12 ZAUN
SJR 9 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the qualifications of electors. (Formerly SSB 1109.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SJR 10 A joint resolution designating the American cream draft horse as the official state horse of the State of Iowa.(See SSB 1206.) SJR 2002 SWEENEY
SJR 11 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa recognizing a right of persons to food and a fundamental right to be free from hunger. TRONE GARRIOTT
SJR 12 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa providing that the people of the state have a right to hunt, fish, trap, and harvest wildlife.(Formerly SJR 8.) HJR 2, HJR 6, SJR 8 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SJR 13 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right of all youths of this state to a comprehensive public education. QUIRMBACH
SJR 14 A joint resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to requirements for certain state tax law changes and creating a taxpayer relief fund.(Formerly SSB 1207.) SJR 2003, HJR 2006 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SJR 2001 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right to reproductive care. HJR 9 PETERSEN, DONAHUE, BOULTON, TRONE GARRIOTT, WINCKLER, JOCHUM, T. TAYLOR, GIDDENS, WEINER, CELSI, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, KNOX, BENNETT, WAHLS and QUIRMBACH
SJR 2002 A joint resolution designating the American cream draft horse as the official state horse of the State of Iowa.(Formerly SSB 3065.) SJR 10 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SJR 2003 A joint resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to requirements for certain state tax law changes and requiring a single rate for individual income taxes.(Formerly SSB 3142.) HJR 2006 SJR 14 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SJR 2004 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa by requiring a single rate for individual income taxes. (Formerly SSB 3189.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 1 A bill for an act relating to the elimination of the certificate of need process relating to the offering or development of a new or changed institutional health service. ZAUN
SF 2 A bill for an act relating to the siting and operation of certain wind energy conversion facilities. ZAUN
SF 3 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees and making penalties applicable.(See SF 186.) HF 114, SF 186, HF 272 ZAUN
SF 4 A bill for an act relating to the provision of informed consent prior to breast implant surgery, and providing for professional discipline. ZAUN
SF 5 A bill for an act relating to health care employment agency reporting requirements. ZAUN
SF 6 A bill for an act exempting from the sales tax and the use tax certain building materials, supplies, goods, wares, merchandise, or specified digital products sold, or services furnished, to a nonprofit whose primary activity is the construction of low-cost homes by incarcerated individuals, and providing for an effective date. LOFGREN
SF 7 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. HF 264 ZAUN
SF 8 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. ZAUN
SF 9 A bill for an act relating to supplemental aid and modified supplemental amounts for certain school districts relating to open enrollment and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See SF 247.) SF 247 HF 2076 ZAUN
SF 10 A bill for an act relating to the creation of land redevelopment trusts.(See SF 182.) SF 182, HF 665 HF 2246 LOFGREN, DAWSON and WEBSTER
SF 11 A bill for an act relating to regional representation and residency requirements for members of the state transportation commission, and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 231, HF 585 LOFGREN
SF 12 A bill for an act establishing a limitation on the amount of administrative costs for school districts.(See SF 251.) SF 251 ZAUN
SF 13 A bill for an act relating to protests of assessments for commercial and industrial property filed with the local board of review and including applicability provisions. LOFGREN
SF 14 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, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See SF 357.) SF 357 ZAUN
SF 15 A bill for an act appropriating moneys to the Iowa finance authority for the home ownership assistance program for eligible service members. HF 105 LOFGREN
SF 16 A bill for an act relating to additional penalties for certain violations against bicyclists causing serious injury or death committed by a person operating a motor vehicle.(See SF 2115.) HF 63, HF 422, SF 2115 LOFGREN
SF 17 A bill for an act prohibiting a court from ordering payment of a postsecondary education subsidy for a child under a dissolution of marriage temporary order or final judgment or decree, and providing for application to existing orders, judgments, and decrees.(See SF 386.) SF 386 GREEN
SF 18 A bill for an act abolishing county compensation boards. HF 43 HF 2345, SF 2226 ZAUN
SF 19 A bill for an act regarding donated leave by state employees. ZAUN
SF 20 A bill for an act modifying provisions relating to the additional property tax credit for elderly persons and including applicability provisions. HF 92 ZAUN
SF 21 A bill for an act relating to the practice of cosmetology and barbering in certain locations. HF 137 ZAUN
SF 22 A bill for an act relating to lifetime hunting and fishing licenses available for certain disabled veterans. ZAUN
SF 23 A bill for an act requiring primary elections for the nomination of candidates for city, school district, and merged area elections, and including applicability provisions. ZAUN
SF 24 A bill for an act regarding driving privileges of persons issued a special minor’s driver’s license who attend a public school, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 381.) SF 381 DAWSON
SF 25 A bill for an act relating to the registration of construction contractors. SF 36, SF 128 DAWSON
SF 26 A bill for an act relating to the administration of injections by licensed optometrists.(See SF 194.) HF 179, SF 194, HF 347 COURNOYER
SF 27 A bill for an act relating to registered interior design and providing penalties.(See SF 135.) SF 135 COURNOYER
SF 28 A bill for an act requiring the use of safety belts or safety harnesses by passengers of motor vehicles, and making penalties applicable. DAWSON
SF 29 A bill for an act relating to the transportation to and from school of pupils participating in open enrollment.(See SF 485.) HF 41, HF 72, HF 134 SF 485 GREEN
SF 30 A bill for an act relating to limitations on campaign contributions by nonresident individuals, making penalties applicable, and including applicability provisions. GREEN
SF 31 A bill for an act requiring the electronic publication of certain public notices by governmental bodies and officers and including effective date provisions. LOFGREN
SF 32 A bill for an act relating to required considerations by a county compensation board.(See SF 446.) SF 446 HF 75, HF 314 DAWSON
SF 33 A bill for an act relating to the tuition and fees community colleges and state universities charge to former crew members of any United States navy vessel named for the state of Iowa. DAWSON
SF 34 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of storm water by a county or city.(See SF 455.) SF 455 WEBSTER
SF 35 A bill for an act creating a state sales tax rebate to the owner or operator of a newly constructed baseball and softball park project. WEBSTER
SF 36 A bill for an act relating to the registration of construction contractors.(See SF 128.) SF 25, SF 128 J. TAYLOR
SF 37 A bill for an act relating to elevators in apartment buildings constructed using public funds, and making penalties applicable. J. TAYLOR
SF 38 A bill for an act directing the department of education to convene an achievement gap working group.(See SF 389.) SF 389 J. TAYLOR
SF 39 A bill for an act directing the department of education to convene a working group to study the impact of technology on the cognitive function of students.(See SF 248.) SF 248 J. TAYLOR
SF 40 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a cold case investigation unit within the department of public safety. J. TAYLOR
SF 41 A bill for an act relating to budgets of local emergency management agencies and including applicability provisions.(See SF 352, SF 570, SF 2426.) HF 126, HF 546, HF 705 SF 352, SF 570, SF 2426 KLIMESH
SF 42 A bill for an act relating to deer hunting licenses available to nonresident hunters. SF 255 KLIMESH
SF 43 A bill for an act relating to building design element regulation by governmental subdivisions, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 174, SF 2154.) SF 174, HF 490, SF 2154 WEBSTER
SF 44 A bill for an act relating to access to unit owners associations’ financial information and meeting minutes.(See SF 518.) HF 432, SF 518 GREEN
SF 45 A bill for an act prohibiting the labor commissioner from implementing, enforcing, or conforming to certain federal occupational safety and health standards relating to COVID-19 and including effective date provisions. ZAUN
SF 46 A bill for an act modifying the definitions of essential county purpose and essential corporate purpose to include cybersecurity purposes.(See SF 195.) SF 195 WEBSTER
SF 47 A bill for an act relating to Gadsden flag special registration plates. HF 2424, HF 2639 SINCLAIR
SF 48 A bill for an act providing for an exception to motor vehicle window tint limitations for persons with certain medical conditions. SALMON
SF 49 A bill for an act relating to the date for an election to authorize the issuance of certain indebtedness by school districts. SALMON
SF 50 A bill for an act relating to requirements for filters on mobile devices activated in the state, providing for civil liability for manufacturers of mobile devices for certain violations, and including penalties. SALMON
SF 51 A bill for an act relating to the submission and posting of hospital policies. PETERSEN, CELSI, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT, WEINER, WINCKLER and WAHLS
SF 52 A bill for an act relating to evidence-based maternal and infant home visiting services. PETERSEN, CELSI, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, T. TAYLOR, KNOX, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT, WEINER, WINCKLER, BISIGNANO and WAHLS
SF 53 A bill for an act relating to certain amounts of school district funding for programs for at-risk students, secondary students who attend alternative programs or alternative schools, or returning dropouts and dropout prevention, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 246.) SF 246, HF 380 COURNOYER
SF 54 A bill for an act relating to maternal health best practices. PETERSEN, CELSI, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT, WEINER, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, BISIGNANO and WAHLS
SF 55 A bill for an act providing for membership in a protection occupation under the Iowa public employees’ retirement system and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 138 McCLINTOCK
SF 56 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid reimbursement for maternal and child health. PETERSEN, CELSI, BOULTON, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT, WEINER, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, BISIGNANO and WAHLS
SF 57 A bill for an act relating to the Medicaid extended postpartum coverage option and including effective date provisions. HF 690 PETERSEN, WEINER, TRONE GARRIOTT, CELSI, BOULTON, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, BENNETT, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, BISIGNANO and WAHLS
SF 58 A bill for an act relating to students who are pregnant or who recently gave birth who attend state institutions of higher education governed by the board of regents and community colleges.(See SF 252.) SF 252 J. TAYLOR
SF 59 A bill for an act relating to distinguished service medal special registration plates. McCLINTOCK
SF 60 A bill for an act relating to the use of an electronic device in a voice-activated or hands-free mode while driving, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 207, SF 547.) HF 64 SF 71, SF 207, SF 547 LOFGREN, KLIMESH, WEBSTER, COURNOYER, KOELKER and ROWLEY
SF 61 A bill for an act relating to earned time applied to reduce certain mandatory minimum sentences. SF 78, SF 2016, HF 2191, SF 2164 McCLINTOCK
SF 62 A bill for an act relating to the state child care assistance eligibility requirements and provider reimbursement rates. PETERSEN, WEINER, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT, BOULTON, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, BENNETT, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, BISIGNANO and WAHLS
SF 63 A bill for an act relating to a hawk-i program purchase option, and including effective date and contingent implementation provisions. PETERSEN, WEINER, CELSI, BOULTON, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, BENNETT, TRONE GARRIOTT, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, BISIGNANO and WAHLS
SF 64 A bill for an act relating to certain employees of the department of corrections, including collective bargaining, health insurance for a surviving spouse and children of certain employees of the department, and certain operational and employment matters involving the department, and including applicability provisions. SF 2068, HF 2216 McCLINTOCK
SF 65 A bill for an act creating a health equity program and fund, and providing an appropriation. PETERSEN
SF 66 A bill for an act relating to the health and human growth and development instruction provided by school districts and accredited nonpublic schools. PETERSEN, CELSI, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT, WEINER, WINCKLER, BISIGNANO and WAHLS
SF 67 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid coverage of maternity care including doula care. PETERSEN, WEINER, TRONE GARRIOTT, CELSI, BOULTON, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, BENNETT, WINCKLER and GIDDENS
SF 68 A bill for an act relating to the official language of the state of Iowa. PETERSEN, CELSI, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, TRONE GARRIOTT, BISIGNANO and WAHLS
SF 69 A bill for an act requiring the creation of a medical cannabidiol legal task force for the protection of certain federal funding. ZAUN
SF 70 A bill for an act relating to sexual abuse evidence collection kits. HF 441 SF 2177 PETERSEN, CELSI, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT, WEINER, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, BISIGNANO and WAHLS
SF 71 A bill for an act relating to the use of an electronic device in a voice-activated or hands-free mode while driving, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable. SF 60, HF 64, SF 207, SF 547 JOCHUM
SF 72 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 73 A bill for an act relating to marijuana, including the manufacture, delivery, and possession of marijuana and the licensure of retail marijuana, providing fees, including excise taxes, establishing funds, and including penalties. HF 442 PETERSEN, TRONE GARRIOTT, CELSI, BOULTON, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, BENNETT, WEINER, WINCKLER and GIDDENS
SF 74 A bill for an act relating to the provision of period products. HF 443 PETERSEN, CELSI, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, BENNETT, TRONE GARRIOTT, WEINER, WINCKLER, BISIGNANO and WAHLS
SF 75 A bill for an act relating to certain health facilities including ambulatory surgical centers and rural emergency hospitals, including licensing requirements and fees, providing penalties and making penalties applicable, providing emergency rulemaking authority, and including applicability and effective date provisions. Effective date: 03/28/2023, 07/01/2023. Contingent applicability date. HF 13 HF 144 REICHMAN
SF 76 A bill for an act establishing a neighborhood housing revitalization assistance program within the Iowa finance authority. HF 436 PETERSEN, WEINER, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT, BOULTON, DOTZLER, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, BENNETT, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, BISIGNANO and WAHLS
SF 77 A bill for an act relating to the jurisdiction of the juvenile court and juvenile pre-charge diversion programs. HF 86 WINCKLER
SF 78 A bill for an act relating to earned time applied to reduce certain mandatory minimum sentences. SF 61, SF 2016, HF 2191, SF 2164 DONAHUE, DOTZLER and CELSI
SF 79 A bill for an act creating a lifetime trapping license for disabled veterans. DONAHUE, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, WEINER and CELSI
SF 80 A bill for an act regarding the registration and titling of motor vehicles, including by providing for initial registration and titling by any county treasurer and by modifying related fees and the amount of fees retained by county treasurers.(See SSB 1053, SF 380.) SF 380 HF 55, HF 344, HF 674 ROWLEY
SF 81 A bill for an act relating to racism or sexism trainings at, and diversity and inclusion efforts by, governmental agencies and entities, school districts, and public postsecondary educational institutions, and including civil penalties. SF 2049 SALMON
SF 82 A bill for an act relating to the veterans trust fund, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions. HF 81, HF 142, HF 445 DOTZLER, WEINER, BENNETT, GIDDENS and WINCKLER
SF 83 A bill for an act relating to instruction relating to gender identity in the curriculum provided to students enrolled in kindergarten through grade eight in school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, and charter schools and creating a private cause of action. HF 8 J. TAYLOR, GUTH, LOFGREN, GARRETT, WESTRICH, ROWLEY, ZAUN, SALMON, ROZENBOOM, GREEN, EVANS, DE WITT, ALONS, SWEENEY, REICHMAN and COURNOYER
SF 84 A bill for an act relating to the criminal offenses of sexual exploitation of a minor and stalking committed while utilizing a technological device, the enticement and sexual exploitation of minors and the dissemination of obscene material to minors and the utilization of undercover law enforcement officers or agents posing as minors, and providing penalties. Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 321, HF 646 SF 221, SF 470 DRISCOLL
SF 85 A bill for an act relating to public education, including participation in surveys, analyses, activities, or evaluations by students, employees, and contractors of school districts or charter schools and prohibiting the use of certain resources or materials related to social and emotional learning. HF 362 SALMON
SF 86 A bill for an act relating to continuity of care and nonmedical switching by health carriers, health benefit plans, and utilization review organizations, and including applicability provisions. HF 96 HF 626 KLIMESH
SF 87 A bill for an act relating to student cardiac evaluations during physical examinations required to partake in school athletics. BROWN
SF 88 A bill for an act relating to the presence of an illegal drug in a newborn’s body, and providing penalties. SALMON
SF 89 A bill for an act relating to confidential mail sent by an inmate’s attorney to an inmate committed to the custody of the department of corrections. BROWN
SF 90 A bill for an act relating to special registration plates for motor vehicles, including plates displaying a decal approved by the department of veterans affairs or a decal of a nonprofit veterans’ organization.(See SF 224, SF 564, SF 2415.) SF 224, SF 564, SF 2415 SALMON
SF 91 A bill for an act relating to powers and duties applicable to state of disaster emergencies and public health disasters. HF 303 SF 2030, HF 2090 SALMON
SF 92 A bill for an act relating to the reporting of false information regarding suspected dependent adult abuse in facilities and programs, and providing penalties. SALMON
SF 93 A bill for an act relating to dependent adult abuse investigations in facilities and programs. SALMON
SF 94 A bill for an act relating to education programs and funding by establishing an education savings account program, modifying certain school district categorical funding supplements, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1022.) HF 68 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 95 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, KNOX, DOTZLER, DONAHUE, WEINER, CELSI, BENNETT, GIDDENS, JOCHUM, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, WAHLS, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, BISIGNANO and WINCKLER
SF 96 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 360.) HF 204, SF 360 GREEN
SF 97 A bill for an act relating to requirements for and restrictions on special minor’s driver’s licenses, and making penalties applicable. HF 36 HF 251 GREEN
SF 98 A bill for an act relating to the investment of certain public funds in companies that are owned or controlled by Chinese military or government services.(See SF 418.) SF 418 GUTH, KLIMESH, SALMON, GREEN and EDLER
SF 99 A bill for an act relating to immunization information requested on a medical examiner investigation form. SF 238, SF 2149 GUTH
SF 100 A bill for an act relating to pipeline project investor disclosures and providing effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 309 J. TAYLOR
SF 101 A bill for an act repealing eminent domain authority for hazardous liquid pipelines and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 308 HF 342 J. TAYLOR
SF 102 A bill for an act repealing provisions for land surveys in connection with hazardous liquid pipeline construction projects and including effective date provisions. HF 307 J. TAYLOR
SF 103 A bill for an act relating to liquid hazardous pipeline voluntary easement negotiation requirements and including effective date provisions. HF 310 J. TAYLOR
SF 104 A bill for an act relating to requiring landowner approval for a pipeline company submitting a request for the right to exercise eminent domain and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 311 J. TAYLOR
SF 105 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for acupuncture. DONAHUE
SF 106 A bill for an act relating to lifetime trout fishing licenses for disabled veterans. McCLINTOCK
SF 107 A bill for an act relating to elder abuse. SALMON
SF 108 A bill for an act relating to the employment of unauthorized aliens and providing penalties. GARRETT, ZAUN, ROZENBOOM, COSTELLO, KRAAYENBRINK, COURNOYER, SHIPLEY, SWEENEY, GREEN, REICHMAN, SALMON, GUTH, EDLER, KLIMESH, WESTRICH, EVANS, ROWLEY, SCHULTZ, GRUENHAGEN, McCLINTOCK, ALONS, DE WITT, DAWSON, KOELKER and LOFGREN
SF 109 A bill for an act relating to the purchasing of a youth deer hunting license and tag.(See SF 209.) SF 209, HF 246 COSTELLO
SF 110 A bill for an act relating to gender-transition procedures, and including effective date provisions. SALMON, EVANS, ALONS, GREEN, WESTRICH, J. TAYLOR, GUTH, DE WITT and ROWLEY
SF 111 A bill for an act requiring the state transportation commission to prioritize the improvement of United States highway 30. HF 230, HF 589 HF 2569 COURNOYER
SF 112 A bill for an act providing for a monument to Martin Treptow on the capitol complex grounds. HF 44 EVANS
SF 113 A bill for an act relating to the abatement of property taxes owed on property owned by certain volunteer emergency services providers and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(See SF 555, SF 2424.) SF 555 SF 2424 DICKEY
SF 114 A bill for an act relating to relocation of a minor child’s residence outside the minor child’s established school district. DICKEY
SF 115 A bill for an act relating to the expenses of bringing certain dispute of denial of coverage actions under property and casualty insurance. GREEN
SF 116 A bill for an act relating to certain specified skilled trades, including modifying provisions related to economic development authority internship programs, the Iowa summer youth corps program, college student aid commission programs, the senior year plus program, the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics collaborative initiative established at the university of northern Iowa, and curricula provided in school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, and charter schools to include the skilled trades, and including applicability provisions. DONAHUE
SF 117 A bill for an act relating to the payment of dependent care expenses from campaign funds, and making penalties applicable. WEINER, PETERSEN, CELSI, JOCHUM, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, KNOX, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT, WINCKLER, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER, GIDDENS and BOULTON
SF 118 A bill for an act relating to floriculture production and the manufacturing 4.0 technology investment program. KLIMESH
SF 119 A bill for an act relating to standards for carbon monoxide protection and making penalties applicable. SHIPLEY
SF 120 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. SF 2319 BISIGNANO
SF 121 A bill for an act prohibiting the expenditure of certain public moneys for dues or membership fees to high school organizations that do not meet certain requirements concerning school classifications for extracurricular interscholastic activities. SF 416 DRISCOLL
SF 122 A bill for an act relating to wage payment collection issues arising between employers and employees, providing penalties and remedies, and including effective date provisions. DONAHUE, CELSI, DOTZLER, WEINER, JOCHUM, WAHLS, BENNETT, KNOX, GIDDENS, PETERSEN, T. TAYLOR, BOULTON, WINCKLER, QUIRMBACH, BISIGNANO and TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 123 A bill for an act relating to the distribution of certain barrel tax revenues collected on beer. HF 205 DAWSON
SF 124 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of confinement feeding operations, including by providing for partially roofed structures and prohibiting the construction, including expansion, of structures, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. HF 164 HF 2124 JOCHUM
SF 125 A bill for an act relating to controlled substances, including amending certain controlled substances schedules and precursor substances reporting requirements, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1041.) HF 128 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 126 A bill for an act relating to the timing of physical examinations for licensed or registered child care facility personnel.(Formerly SSB 1010.) COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 127 A bill for an act establishing the professional counselors licensure compact.(Formerly SSB 1012.) HF 90, HF 494 HF 671 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 128 A bill for an act relating to the registration of construction contractors.(Formerly SF 36.) SF 25, SF 36 COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 129 A bill for an act relating to actions relative to treatment or intervention regarding the discordance between a minor’s sex and gender identity, and providing civil penalties. SALMON
SF 130 A bill for an act relating to the application for a certificate of franchise authority applicable to the provision of video services and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1019.) HF 250 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 131 A bill for an act relating to refund payments made in connection with motor vehicle debt cancellation coverage.(Formerly SSB 1020.) HF 133 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 132 A bill for an act relating to the assessment and taxation of certain sanitary sewage and storm water drainage property and including applicability provisions. HF 207 GRUENHAGEN, WEBSTER, LOFGREN and COURNOYER
SF 133 A bill for an act relating to the requirements for a prescribing psychologist or a psychologist with a conditional prescription certificate.(Formerly SSB 1008.) HF 183 HF 23 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 134 A bill for an act providing for the issuance of an annual statewide license for a farmers market, including a license fee, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1040.) HF 80 HF 278, HF 661 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 135 A bill for an act relating to registered interior design and providing penalties. (Formerly SF 27.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. SF 27 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 136 A bill for an act repealing gender balance requirements for appointive boards, commissions, committees, and councils.(Formerly SSB 1037.) SF 2096, HF 2540 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 137 A bill for an act relating to repayment of governmental subdivision loans for disaster aid.(See SF 344.) SF 344 HF 87, HF 280 SINCLAIR
SF 138 A bill for an act authorizing airbows as a legal method of take during firearm deer hunting seasons. SCHULTZ
SF 139 A bill for an act relating to elective social studies courses emphasizing religious scripture that school districts may offer and teach. GUTH
SF 140 A bill for an act relating to rental agreements and early termination rights of tenants who are victims of certain crimes. HF 547 COURNOYER
SF 141 A bill for an act relating to access to and use of the county land record information system.(Formerly SSB 1029.) HF 551 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 142 A bill for an act relating to criminal charges for domestic abuse assault.(Formerly SSB 1006.) HF 112 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 143 A bill for an act relating to the state public defender pilot project for child welfare legal representation.(Formerly SSB 1015.) HF 113 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 144 A bill for an act relating to an assault involving a laser pointed toward an aircraft, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1016.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 145 A bill for an act relating to a rifle season for hunting turkeys. SCHULTZ
SF 146 A bill for an act establishing a fair as a designated exempt entity and allowing for refunds of state sales tax in the performance of certain written contracts and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 681 SINCLAIR
SF 147 A bill for an act relating to paternity in certain actions before the juvenile court.(Formerly SSB 1003.) HF 216 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 148 A bill for an act relating to noneconomic damage awards against health care providers, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1063.) HF 102, HF 161 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 149 A bill for an act relating to civil actions associated with permissible physical contact between certain specified school employees or volunteers and students, including civil and criminal immunity, monetary damages, and attorney fees.(Formerly SSB 1005.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 150 A bill for an act relating to an exception to the real estate transfer tax for deeds that transfer distributions of assets to beneficiaries of a trust.(Formerly SSB 1007.) HF 111 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 151 A bill for an act establishing a scenic byways enhancement fund, including by providing for voluntary contributions to the fund, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1031.) HF 192, HF 345 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 152 A bill for an act relating to third-party testers who administer the knowledge and driving skills tests required for a commercial learner’s permit or commercial driver’s license.(Formerly SSB 1060.) HF 257 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 153 A bill for an act relating to single-trip permits for vehicles of excessive size and weight during special or emergency situations. (Formerly SSB 1061.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 200 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 154 A bill for an act exempting hydroexcavation equipment from certain size, weight, load, and permit requirements on highways. (Formerly SSB 1030.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 199 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 155 A bill for an act relating to commercial driver’s licenses and commercial learner’s permits, including compliance with federal regulations, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 1062.) HF 258 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 156 A bill for an act relating to restricted commercial driver’s licenses for certain persons employed in designated farm-related service industries.(Formerly SSB 1027.) HF 335 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 157 A bill for an act authorizing certain persons to administer the final field test of an approved driver education course. (Formerly SSB 1028.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 203 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 158 A bill for an act modifying the periods of time to bring certain civil actions, including by victims of sexual abuse, minors, and persons with mental illness, entitling certain cases to a preference in trial order, and including effective date provisions. SF 259, SF 261 SALMON and WESTRICH
SF 159 A bill for an act relating to education, including modifying the responsibilities of the state board of education and school districts, prohibiting instruction related to gender identity or sexual orientation in school districts and charter schools in kindergarten through grade eight, modifying provisions associated with the human growth and development instruction and health screenings provided in school districts, charter schools, and innovation zone schools, and providing civil penalties. SALMON
SF 160 A bill for an act relating to the prescribing and dispensing authority of practitioners. SALMON, EVANS, J. TAYLOR, ZAUN, GUTH, GREEN, ALONS, DE WITT, ROWLEY, GARRETT, SWEENEY and WESTRICH
SF 161 A bill for an act relating to the physical education and physical activities requirements that apply to students enrolled in school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, and charter schools. HF 372 SINCLAIR
SF 162 A bill for an act relating to the charging procedure for scheduled violations for exceeding weight limits on an axle or vehicle.(See SF 359.) SF 359 ALONS
SF 163 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle window tint, including an application process for approved window tint status, making appropriations, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable. EDLER
SF 164 A bill for an act relating to the use of child restraint devices by certain children traveling in motor vehicles.(Formerly SSB 1026.) HF 2181 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 165 A bill for an act relating to licensee discipline relating to financial gain by a physician for actions relating to particular drugs and devices. WESTRICH
SF 166 A bill for an act relating to tampering with witnesses or jurors, and providing penalties.(See SF 287.) HF 237, SF 287, HF 399 WESTRICH
SF 167 A bill for an act relating to youth employment and making penalties applicable.(See SF 542.) SF 542, HF 647 SCHULTZ
SF 168 A bill for an act prohibiting certain advertising of prescription drugs in the state and providing penalties. WESTRICH
SF 169 A bill for an act relating to sessions of the local board of review and including effective date provisions.(See SF 451.) SF 451 WESTRICH
SF 170 A bill for an act relating to the composition and procedures of county compensation boards.(See SF 448.) SF 448 KLIMESH
SF 171 A bill for an act relating to the membership of district judicial nominating commissions. GARRETT
SF 172 A bill for an act relating to a pilot program to allow Medicaid members to participate in direct health care agreements. GARRETT
SF 173 A bill for an act relating to taking certain animals that are deemed a nuisance.(See SF 358.) HF 118 HF 317, SF 358 SWEENEY
SF 174 A bill for an act relating to building design element regulation by governmental subdivisions, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 43; See SF 2154.) HF 490 SF 43, SF 2154 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 175 A bill for an act relating to hunting deer by persons with bow season licenses.(See SF 208.) SF 208 McCLINTOCK
SF 176 A bill for an act relating to retail alcohol licenses for native wineries. COURNOYER
SF 177 A bill for an act relating to school personnel training, emergency care planning, authorizations for assisting, and limitations of liability concerning students with epilepsy or a seizure disorder.(See SF 483.) HF 379, SF 483, HF 608 SF 378 DRISCOLL
SF 178 A bill for an act relating to the possession of marijuana and providing penalties. T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, DOTZLER, PETERSEN, BENNETT and CELSI
SF 179 A bill for an act requiring boards of directors of school districts, governing boards of charter schools, and authorities in charge of accredited nonpublic schools to adopt policies related to excusing student absences for 4-H club or future farmers of America activities. HF 2177 DRISCOLL
SF 180 A bill for an act providing credit for accrued sick leave for certain law enforcement officers and making a state mandate inapplicable. McCLINTOCK
SF 181 A bill for an act relating to property taxes and income taxes by modifying the calculation of assessment limitations for certain property, amending provisions relating to certain tax withholding requirements and tax credits, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1056.) Effective date: 02/20/2023. Applicability date: 01/01/2022, 01/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 182 A bill for an act relating to the creation of land redevelopment trusts.(Formerly SF 10.) SF 10, HF 665 HF 2246 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 183 A bill for an act relating to the maximum employment age for certain city public safety positions, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1001.) Effective date: 05/03/2023. COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 184 A bill for an act relating to railroad train length limits, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 361.) SF 361 WEBSTER, SHIPLEY, COURNOYER, LOFGREN and WESTRICH
SF 185 A bill for an act relating to the application of certain provisions regarding motor vehicles and law of the road to road workers. SALMON
SF 186 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 3.) SF 3, HF 114, HF 272 COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 187 A bill for an act relating to the addition of biological parent information of an adult adopted person through amendment of an original certificate of birth, and providing fees.(See SF 517.) HF 60, HF 268 SF 517, HF 720 ZAUN
SF 188 A bill for an act relating to hate crimes, and providing penalties. BOULTON and KNOX
SF 189 A bill for an act relating to allowable forms of payment for amusement concessions at an amusement park and an arcade.(Formerly SSB 1054.) HF 82 HF 269 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 190 A bill for an act relating to group capital calculation filings by certain insurance holding company systems.(Formerly SSB 1057.) HF 320 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 191 A bill for an act concerning alcoholic beverage control relating to alternating proprietorship arrangements for beer manufacturers.(Formerly SSB 1080.) HF 478 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 192 A bill for an act relating to school funding by establishing the state percent of growth and the categorical state percent of growth for the budget year beginning July 1, 2023, modifying provisions relating to the property tax replacement payments, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1081.) Effective date: 02/07/2023. HF 171 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 193 A bill for an act relating to the removal of human remains by a removal technician. (Formerly SSB 1058.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 194 A bill for an act relating to the administration of injections by licensed optometrists.(Formerly SF 26.) HF 347 SF 26, HF 179 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 195 A bill for an act modifying the definitions of essential county purpose and essential corporate purpose to include cybersecurity purposes.(Formerly SF 46.) SF 46 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 196 A bill for an act relating to matters under the purview of the banking division of the department of commerce, including permissible investments, notice requirements, and requirements for a person obtaining control of a state bank.(Formerly SSB 1021.) HF 136 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 197 A bill for an act relating to licensure requirements for professional land surveyors, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1079.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. Applicability date: 07/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 198 A bill for an act relating to electric power generating facility emission plans and projects, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1043.) HF 248 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 199 A bill for an act relating to robotics curriculum and extracurricular activities, including requiring the department of education to provide technical assistance to school districts related to chartering career and technical student organizations related to robotics, modifying the career and technical education curriculum provided to students enrolled in grades nine through twelve in school districts and charter schools to include robotics, and authorizing high school athletic organizations to sponsor interscholastic contests related to robotics. SF 264, SF 398, HF 2431 JOCHUM
SF 200 A bill for an act relating to conforming statute of limitations provisions related to the fraud in assisted reproduction Act.(See SF 362.) SF 362 SWEENEY
SF 201 A bill for an act relating to the criminal offense of stalking committed while utilizing a technological device and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 1070.) COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 202 A bill for an act relating to public records requests.(Formerly SSB 1036.) HF 350 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 203 A bill for an act relating to ransomware and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 1072.) HF 143 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 204 A bill for an act relating to criminal law including defense subpoenas, depositions, conditional guilty pleas, prosecution witnesses who are minors, and juror qualifications, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 523.) SF 523, HF 644 DAWSON
SF 205 A bill for an act relating to voter registration activities at schools. HF 165 HF 2158 KNOX, T. TAYLOR, BENNETT, DOTZLER, DONAHUE, GIDDENS, CELSI, WINCKLER, WEINER, JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT, WAHLS, QUIRMBACH, BISIGNANO, PETERSEN and BOULTON
SF 206 A bill for an act relating to the creation of a medical error task force. LOFGREN
SF 207 A bill for an act relating to the use of an electronic device in a voice-activated or hands-free mode while driving, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 60; See SF 547.) SF 547 SF 60, SF 71, HF 64 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 208 A bill for an act relating to hunting deer by persons with bow season licenses.(Formerly SF 175.) SF 175 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 209 A bill for an act relating to the purchasing of a youth deer hunting license and tag.(Formerly SF 109.) SF 109, HF 246 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 210 A bill for an act relating to the term brain health.(Formerly SSB 1078.) HF 273 HF 692 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 211 A bill for an act relating to the referral of a patient for diagnostic imaging by a physical therapist.(Formerly SSB 1046.) HF 174 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 212 A bill for an act prohibiting discrimination against adoption and foster care providers, or adoptive and foster parents, based on religious belief. GREEN
SF 213 A bill for an act relating to automobile liability policy incentives for persons who install a speed governing device on an insured automobile.(See SSB 1182.) JOCHUM
SF 214 A bill for an act relating to certain emergency services provided by a city.(Formerly SSB 1091; See SF 2237.) SF 2237, HF 2578 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 215 A bill for an act relating to certain filing deadlines for property tax credits available to certain elderly, disabled, and low-income persons and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1088.) HF 318 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 216 A bill for an act relating to the authority to postpone or cancel an annual tax sale.(Formerly SSB 1051.) HF 266, HF 663 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 217 A bill for an act allowing counties to collect a fee for the issuance and renewal of driver’s licenses and nonoperator’s identification cards to persons who reside outside the county.(Formerly SSB 1092.) HF 267, HF 680 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 218 A bill for an act relating to lighting requirements for certain areas under the control of class I or class II railroad corporations. SHIPLEY
SF 219 A bill for an act relating to educational requirements for a permit to perform tattooing. Effective date: 07/01/2023. GREEN
SF 220 A bill for an act relating to the operation of railroad trains from sunset to sunrise, and making penalties applicable. SHIPLEY
SF 221 A bill for an act relating to sexual exploitation of a minor, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 470.) SF 470 SF 84, HF 321, HF 646 WESTRICH, GUTH, ALONS, DAWSON, SHIPLEY, DE WITT, EVANS, LOFGREN, GRUENHAGEN, SALMON, EDLER and ZAUN
SF 222 A bill for an act relating to the crime of the unauthorized placement of a global positioning device, including the unauthorized placement of a global positioning device committed against a person under eighteen years of age, and providing penalties. HF 440, HF 627 BISIGNANO
SF 223 A bill for an act relating to an assault of a pregnant person, and providing penalties.(See SF 384.) HF 119, SF 384, HF 570 WESTRICH, DAWSON, SHIPLEY, DE WITT, ALONS, EVANS, LOFGREN, SALMON, GRUENHAGEN, EDLER and ZAUN
SF 224 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle special registration plate decals created by a nonprofit veterans’ organization or associated with military service.(Formerly SF 90; See SF 564, SF 2415.) SF 564 SF 90, SF 2415 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 225 A bill for an act designating individuals who perform work on electric utility lines as public safety employees for purposes of public employee collective bargaining and including applicability provisions. BOULTON
SF 226 A bill for an act relating to eligibility for unemployment benefits. SF 2120, HF 2173 BOULTON
SF 227 A bill for an act exempting the services furnished by executive search agencies and private employment agencies from the state sales and use tax. ROWLEY
SF 228 A bill for an act relating to tort liability, including employer liability and damages in civil actions involving commercial motor vehicles. (Formerly SSB 1114.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 201 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 229 A bill for an act relating to continuous sexual abuse of a child, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 1048.) HF 176 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 230 A bill for an act relating to eluding or attempting to elude a pursuing law enforcement vehicle, and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 1068.) HF 358 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 231 A bill for an act relating to disciplinary action under city civil service.(See SF 457, SF 2325.) SF 457, SF 2325 COURNOYER
SF 232 A bill for an act relating to criminal and civil liability for facilitating human trafficking, and providing penalties. SALMON
SF 233 A bill for an act relating to criminal law including the disclosure of a defendant’s privileged records, no-contact orders, commencement limitations for certain sexual offenses, sexually predatory offenses, victim rights, discovery, postconviction relief actions, criminal appeals, and pretrial bond amounts for certain felonies.(See SF 525.) SF 525 DAWSON
SF 234 A bill for an act relating to the ownership of dogs, and making penalties applicable. HF 651 COURNOYER
SF 235 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. DONAHUE
SF 236 A bill for an act relating to matters under the purview of the department of veterans affairs, including county commissions of veteran affairs and cemetery expenditures.(See SF 444.) HF 259, SF 444 SALMON
SF 237 A bill for an act providing that warning lights are not required on vehicles of excessive weight. ZUMBACH
SF 238 A bill for an act relating to immunization information for individuals three years of age and older requested on a medical examiner investigation form. SF 99, SF 2149 GUTH
SF 239 A bill for an act relating to explosive materials including blasting agents, detonators, and destructive devices, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1082.) HF 202 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 240 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement rates for state-licensed providers of certain substance use disorder treatment services. HF 20, HF 621 SCHULTZ
SF 241 A bill for an act relating to close-clearance warning devices along railroad tracks. SHIPLEY
SF 242 A bill for an act relating to the number of days a railway crossing may be closed for repairs or upgrades, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 503, SF 2111.) SF 503, SF 2111 SHIPLEY
SF 243 A bill for an act relating to the operation of railroad trains by a crew of two or more persons, and providing penalties.(See SF 492.) SF 492 SHIPLEY
SF 244 A bill for an act adopting the psychology interjurisdictional compact. HF 24 ZAUN
SF 245 A bill for an act relating to positive train control systems, and making penalties applicable. SHIPLEY
SF 246 A bill for an act relating to certain amounts of school district funding for programs for at-risk students, secondary students who attend alternative programs or alternative schools, or returning dropouts and dropout prevention, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 53.) SF 53, HF 380 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 247 A bill for an act relating to supplemental aid and modified supplemental amounts for certain school districts relating to open enrollment and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 9.) SF 9 HF 2076 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 248 A bill for an act directing the department of education to convene a working group to study the impact of technology on the cognitive function of students.(Formerly SF 39.) SF 39 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 249 A bill for an act relating to individuals who fail to fulfill the obligation to engage in practice in a service commitment area under the rural Iowa primary care loan repayment program and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1025.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 250 A bill for an act relating to disbursements from the computer science professional development incentive fund and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1023.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. Applicability date: 07/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 251 A bill for an act relating to school district administrative expenditures and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 12.) SF 12 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 252 A bill for an act relating to students who are pregnant or who recently gave birth who attend state institutions of higher education governed by the board of regents and community colleges.(Formerly SF 58.) SF 58 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 253 A bill for an act relating to loan repayments made by the college student aid commission under the mental health professional loan repayment program and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1024.) HF 244 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 254 A bill for an act relating to rural electric cooperative notification requirements for installations in right-of-way structures. EVANS
SF 255 A bill for an act relating to the allocation of nonresident deer hunting licenses, and making penalties applicable. SF 42 GREEN
SF 256 A bill for an act relating to the prosecution of criminal offenses committed by law enforcement officers. DAWSON
SF 257 A bill for an act relating to the renaming of the Wallace state office building. DAWSON
SF 258 A bill for an act providing for boards of directors of school districts to include nonvoting student representatives. HF 383 DONAHUE, TRONE GARRIOTT, BOULTON, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, T. TAYLOR, PETERSEN, WEINER, QUIRMBACH, WAHLS, JOCHUM, CELSI and GIDDENS
SF 259 A bill for an act modifying the periods of time to bring certain civil actions, including by victims of sexual abuse, minors, and persons with mental illness, entitling certain cases to a preference in trial order, and including effective date provisions. SF 158, SF 261 PETERSEN
SF 260 A bill for an act relating to background investigations for certification or recertification as a law enforcement officer. PETERSEN
SF 261 A bill for an act modifying the periods of time to bring civil actions by victims of sexual abuse. SF 158, SF 259 PETERSEN
SF 262 A bill for an act relating to consumer data protection, providing civil penalties, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1071.) Effective date: 01/01/2025. HF 346 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 263 A bill for an act relating to expenditures from the county emergency medical services trust fund. SALMON
SF 264 A bill for an act relating to robotics extracurricular activities, including requiring the department of education to provide technical assistance to school districts related to chartering career and technical student organizations related to robotics and authorizing high school athletic organizations to sponsor interscholastic contests related to robotics.(See SF 398.) SF 398 SF 199, HF 2431 SINCLAIR
SF 265 A bill for an act regulating consumable hemp products, including by providing for in-person, face-to-face sales, and including effective date provisions. ZAUN
SF 266 A bill for an act relating to civil service requirements for the hiring of certain city public safety positions.(See SF 454, SF 2205.) SF 454, SF 2205 WEBSTER
SF 267 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa law enforcement academy council including the revocation or suspension of certifications of law enforcement officers and reserve peace officers, and administrative investigations under the peace officer, public safety, and emergency personnel bill of rights. COURNOYER
SF 268 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 444 JOCHUM
SF 269 A bill for an act relating to education, including modifying provisions related to civil liability associated with secondary students participating in work-based learning programs and the career and technical education instruction provided to students enrolled in grades nine through twelve in school districts and charter schools, establishing a career and technical education teachers grant program within the department of education, making appropriations, and requiring the department of education to convene a senior year plus program task force. ZAUN
SF 270 A bill for an act relating to the criminal offense of accessory after the fact if the public offense involves a murder, and providing penalties. HF 2089, HF 2422 EVANS
SF 271 A bill for an act relating to the conduct of elections, including the recounting of ballots, the mailing of absentee ballots, and in-person absentee voting. JOCHUM
SF 272 A bill for an act authorizing length of service award programs for volunteer fire fighters, volunteer emergency medical care providers, and reserve peace officers, and making appropriations.(See SF 447.) HF 193, HF 340, SF 447 SHIPLEY
SF 273 A bill for an act relating to the railroad revolving loan and grant fund by making moneys available to certain railroads operating exclusively in Iowa.(See SF 502, SF 2112.) SF 502, SF 2112 SHIPLEY
SF 274 A bill for an act relating to the awarding of joint custody and joint physical care. HF 485 GARRETT
SF 275 A bill for an act relating to private land available for public use for recreational purposes. HF 35 SHIPLEY
SF 276 A bill for an act relating to the state school foundation program and the calculation of minimum state foundation aid for school districts and including applicability provisions. HF 294 SF 2001 ROWLEY
SF 277 A bill for an act relating to special deer hunting licenses available to nonresident family members.(See SF 363, SF 553.) SF 363, SF 553 KLIMESH
SF 278 A bill for an act relating to protests considered by local boards of review and including applicability provisions.(See SF 445.) HF 245 HF 420, SF 445 BOUSSELOT
SF 279 A bill for an act prohibiting glass beverage containers on certain waters of the state, creating a waterway easement fund, and providing penalties. KLIMESH
SF 280 A bill for an act relating to the military service property tax exemption and credit and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1138.) HF 141 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 281 A bill for an act exempting from the state sales and use tax the sales price of elk, game birds, preserve whitetail, and ungulates sold to a hunting preserve. EDLER
SF 282 A bill for an act relating to payment of state employees for overtime work. T. TAYLOR, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER, DONAHUE, GIDDENS, CELSI, JOCHUM, WAHLS, TRONE GARRIOTT, QUIRMBACH, WEINER, PETERSEN and BOULTON
SF 283 A bill for an act prohibiting the declawing of cats, and providing penalties. DONAHUE
SF 284 A bill for an act relating to pharmacy benefits manager reverse auctions and group insurance for public employees.(See SF 554.) SF 554 KLIMESH
SF 285 A bill for an act relating to juvenile justice delinquency prevention programs and services, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1119.) HF 476, HF 699 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 286 A bill for an act relating to nonsubstantive Code corrections, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1136.) HF 567 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 287 A bill for an act relating to tampering with witnesses or jurors, and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 166.) SF 166, HF 237, HF 399 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 288 A bill for an act relating to health insurance coverage for specified pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders and postinfectious autoimmune encephalopathy. SWEENEY
SF 289 A bill for an act modifying the sales tax holiday by extending the holiday and including emergency preparedness supplies. HF 46 HF 702 SWEENEY
SF 290 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for health care services related to the prevention of ovarian cancer. SF 2363 SWEENEY
SF 291 A bill for an act relating to the waiver of certain fees for child care providers participating in the state child care assistance program. WEINER, PETERSEN, CELSI, QUIRMBACH, TRONE GARRIOTT, WAHLS, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, KNOX and BOULTON
SF 292 A bill for an act relating to writing fees required for certain all-terrain vehicle, snowmobile, and water vessel transactions completed by a county recorder.(See SF 498.) SF 498 WESTRICH
SF 293 A bill for an act relating to the collection of delinquent judgments owed to a county or city, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 450.) SF 450 GREEN
SF 294 A bill for an act providing for membership in a protection occupation under the Iowa public employees’ retirement system and including effective date provisions. HF 127 SWEENEY
SF 295 A bill for an act concerning the creation, administration, and termination of adult and minor guardianships and conservatorships. (Formerly SSB 1146.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 296 A bill for an act relating to public school personnel training concerning mental health. DONAHUE, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER, KNOX, T. TAYLOR, CELSI, GIDDENS, JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT, WAHLS, QUIRMBACH, BOULTON, PETERSEN and WEINER
SF 297 A bill for an act relating to the protection of religious beliefs and moral convictions of health care providers and health care facilities. J. TAYLOR
SF 298 A bill for an act relating to agreements limiting the locations of practice of persons licensed to practice medicine and surgery, osteopathic medicine and surgery, or pharmacy. WESTRICH
SF 299 A bill for an act allowing emergency medical care providers to diagnose and treat severe injuries suffered by police service dogs while on duty.(See SF 539.) SF 539, SF 2031, SF 2296 McCLINTOCK
SF 300 A bill for an act relating to professional disciplinary actions against persons in health-related professions. WESTRICH
SF 301 A bill for an act concerning native brewery retail alcohol licenses. BROWN
SF 302 A bill for an act relating to student chronic absenteeism in open enrollment and including applicability provisions. DRISCOLL
SF 303 A bill for an act relating to free school breakfast and lunch for students at public schools and making an appropriation. WEINER, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, PETERSEN, T. TAYLOR, BISIGNANO, TRONE GARRIOTT, WAHLS, KNOX, BOULTON, WINCKLER, CELSI and QUIRMBACH
SF 304 A bill for an act relating to prohibitions on noncompete covenants and including applicability provisions. BOULTON
SF 305 A bill for an act relating to the dissemination of certain specified materials, including the prohibition of certain specified materials in schools and civil actions to determine obscenity, modifying the responsibilities of the department of education, and providing civil penalties. HF 361 SALMON, ALONS, WESTRICH, GREEN, EVANS, DE WITT, GUTH and LOFGREN
SF 306 A bill for an act regarding port authorities, including by allowing port authorities to enter into certain loan agreements and lease contracts.(See SF 526.) SF 526 KOELKER and DAWSON
SF 307 A bill for an act relating to step therapy protocols and interchangeable biosimilars. ALONS
SF 308 A bill for an act relating to dental provider reimbursement under the dental wellness plan and the dental wellness plan kids. HF 189 TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM, WINCKLER, CELSI, GIDDENS, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, BOULTON, T. TAYLOR, PETERSEN, WEINER, QUIRMBACH and WAHLS
SF 309 A bill for an act authorizing cities to establish self-supported entertainment areas. HF 42 HF 412 KOELKER
SF 310 A bill for an act relating to funding of approved local preschool programs and including applicability provisions. HF 381, SF 467 TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM, WINCKLER, CELSI, GIDDENS, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, BOULTON, T. TAYLOR, PETERSEN, WEINER, QUIRMBACH and WAHLS
SF 311 A bill for an act providing for programs and regulations administered and enforced by the department of agriculture and land stewardship, providing fees, providing for the allocation of moneys, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 1115.) HF 277, HF 666 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 312 A bill for an act relating to the annual registration fee for certain vehicles owned by a volunteer fire fighter. DICKEY
SF 313 A bill for an act relating to continued annual training requirements for certain volunteer fire fighters. DICKEY
SF 314 A bill for an act relating to county supervisors, concerning county supervisor representation plans and county supervisor vacancies, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 443.) SF 443 HF 116, HF 281, SF 2061, HF 2179, SF 2283, SF 2439 DRISCOLL
SF 315 A bill for an act relating to raw milk, by providing for the production of raw milk at certain dairies, the manufacture of products using raw milk, and the labeling and distribution of raw milk and manufactured products, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 1107.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 338 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 316 A bill for an act providing for the conduct of licensed veterinarians when involved in certain legal matters involving the alleged mistreatment of animals, including by providing for immunity from administrative, civil, or criminal liability when acting in good faith; providing for administrative, civil, or criminal liability when not acting in good faith; and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 1038.) HF 472 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 317 A bill for an act relating to investigations conducted by the office of ombudsman.(Formerly SSB 1039.) HF 495 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 318 A bill for an act relating to apprenticeships and establishing an Iowa office of apprenticeship and Iowa apprenticeship council. (Formerly SSB 1086.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 639 COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 319 A bill for an act concerning private sector employee drug testing.(Formerly SSB 1141.) HF 460 COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 320 A bill for an act relating to the use of certain refrigerants.(Formerly SSB 1122.) HF 337 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 321 A bill for an act relating to boiler inspections.(Formerly SSB 1073.) HF 461 COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 322 A bill for an act relating to information collected from applicants for education savings accounts and information reported by the department of education, and including effective date provisions. TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM, WINCKLER, CELSI, GIDDENS, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, PETERSEN, WEINER, WAHLS and QUIRMBACH
SF 323 A bill for an act prohibiting employers from engaging in certain actions relating to infectious diseases and providing penalties. GUTH
SF 324 A bill for an act relating to the health and well-being of children and families including provisions for maternal support and fatherhood initiatives, regional centers of excellence, a state-funded family medicine obstetrics fellowship program, state employee parental leave, adoption expenses under the adoption subsidy program, and accessibility to the all Iowa scholarship program; making appropriations; and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1139.) HF 427 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 325 A bill for an act relating to a state-funded psychiatry residency and fellowship program.(Formerly SSB 1104.) HF 274 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 326 A bill for an act relating to the ordering and administering of epinephrine auto-injectors and self-administered hormonal contraceptives to persons ages eighteen years and older by a pharmacist pursuant to statewide protocols. (Formerly SSB 1103.) COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 327 A bill for an act relating to health care employment agencies, health care employment agency workers, and health care entities, providing for the use of annual registration fees, and including retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1044.) HF 357 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 328 A bill for an act relating to the modification of a bridge order issued pursuant to a previous child in need of assistance case.(Formerly SSB 1066.) HF 359 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 329 A bill for an act relating to leaves of absences for civil employees performing state active duty, national guard duty, federal active duty, civil air patrol duty, or national disaster medical system duty. Effective date: 07/01/2023. DAWSON
SF 330 A bill for an act relating to special elections to fill vacancies in county boards of supervisors and city elective offices, and including applicability provisions.(See SF 487.) SF 487 WEBSTER
SF 331 A bill for an act relating to the registration requirements for certain vessels, requiring water use permits, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions. HF 312 KLIMESH
SF 332 A bill for an act relating to solar energy by establishing a shared solar net metering cooperative program. SF 2356 KLIMESH
SF 333 A bill for an act relating to pharmacy benefits managers, pharmacies, and prescription drug benefits, and including applicability provisions. HF 2401 KLIMESH
SF 334 A bill for an act repealing energy conservation requirements for new construction.(See SF 479.) SF 479 WEBSTER
SF 335 A bill for an act prohibiting persons from entering single and multiple occupancy toilet facilities and other facilities in elementary and secondary schools that do not correspond with the person’s biological sex and including effective date provisions.(See SF 482.) HF 482, SF 482, HF 622 WESTRICH
SF 336 A bill for an act requiring that regents universities and community colleges waive a percentage of the tuition and mandatory fees for children of veterans with service-connected disabilities. SHIPLEY
SF 337 A bill for an act requiring the installation and maintenance of train defect detectors on railways, and providing penalties.(See SF 512.) SF 512 SHIPLEY
SF 338 A bill for an act prohibiting litigation financing contracts, and including effective date and applicability provisions. DICKEY
SF 339 A bill for an act relating to damages owed by a party at fault in crashes and collisions involving commercial motor vehicles.(See SF 499.) SF 499 DICKEY
SF 340 A bill for an act providing for a human trafficking task force and providing information in an annual report to the general assembly.(See SF 545.) SF 545 ZAUN
SF 341 A bill for an act relating to voter records created and retained by the state commissioner of elections and county commissioners of elections. SF 2127 SALMON
SF 342 A bill for an act relating to the conduct of elections, including the casting of provisional ballots by persons registering to vote on election day or when casting an in-person absentee ballot, and the use of automatic tabulating equipment and optical scan voting systems. HF 65 SALMON
SF 343 A bill for an act relating to excused absences for certain autism-related health care activities for students of a school district. HF 285, HF 610 KOELKER
SF 344 A bill for an act relating to repayment of governmental subdivision loans for disaster aid.(Formerly SF 137.) SF 137 HF 87, HF 280 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 345 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of certain tobacco products, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1128.) Effective date: 01/01/2025. COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 346 A bill for an act relating to applications for permits to construct electric transmission lines, pipelines and underground storage facilities, and hazardous liquid pipelines, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions. SF 2099 GUTH
SF 347 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of short-term rental properties by counties and cities. HF 296 SF 2123 ROWLEY
SF 348 A bill for an act relating to minors present at drag shows, and providing penalties. SALMON
SF 349 A bill for an act relating to required railway crossing signs, signals, and gate arms.(See SF 501, SF 2113.) SF 501, SF 2113 SHIPLEY
SF 350 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle window tint, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 491, SF 2267.) SF 491 HF 2037, SF 2267 EDLER
SF 351 A bill for an act relating to the conduct of elections, including challenges to voter registrations by persons in other counties and the preparation of lists of registered voters, and making penalties applicable. SALMON
SF 352 A bill for an act relating to emergency management services and emergency medical services and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 41; See SF 570, SF 2426.) SF 41, HF 126, HF 546, HF 705, SF 570, SF 2426 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 353 A bill for an act relating to certain deadlines relating to the informal review and protest of property assessments in counties declared to be a disaster area or that are the subject of a disaster emergency proclamation.(Formerly SSB 1089.) HF 270 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 354 A bill for an act relating to self-identified race and ethnicity information collected with an application for a driver’s license or nonoperator’s identification card. KNOX
SF 355 A bill for an act relating to requirements for the split and consolidation of parcels.(Formerly SSB 1093.) HF 539 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 356 A bill for an act relating to local government property taxes, financial authority, operations, and budgets, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1124.) HF 718, SF 569 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 357 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, providing penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 14.) SF 14 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 358 A bill for an act relating to taking certain animals that are deemed a nuisance.(Formerly SF 173.) HF 317 HF 118, SF 173 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 359 A bill for an act relating to the charging procedure for scheduled violations for exceeding weight limits on an axle or vehicle. (Formerly SF 162.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. SF 162 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 360 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 96.) SF 96, HF 204 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 361 A bill for an act relating to railroad train length limits, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 184.) SF 184 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 362 A bill for an act relating to conforming statute of limitations provisions related to the fraud in assisted reproduction Act. (Formerly SF 200.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. SF 200 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 363 A bill for an act relating to special deer hunting licenses available to nonresident family members.(Formerly SF 277; See SF 553.) SF 277, SF 553 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 364 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 effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1153.) HF 573 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 365 A bill for an act relating to the choice of doctor to treat injured employees under workers’ compensation laws and including effective date and applicability provisions. BOULTON
SF 366 A bill for an act relating to the reservation of designated equestrian campgrounds, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 529.) SF 529 GREEN
SF 367 A bill for an act including the loss of or lost use of a shoulder as a compensable injury for second injury fund benefits. BOULTON
SF 368 A bill for an act relating to the work without worry program for employed individuals with disabilities under the Medicaid program. HF 403, SF 2045 HF 2589 ZAUN
SF 369 A bill for an act prohibiting the use of remotely piloted aircraft flying over certain property, and providing penalties.(See SF 520.) HF 388, HF 572, SF 520 SWEENEY
SF 370 A bill for an act relating to the civil enforcement of open records violations and administrative remedies. WEBSTER
SF 371 A bill for an act relating to preexisting military service-related disabilities covered by the second injury fund and including applicability provisions. BOULTON
SF 372 A bill for an act relating to the vacation of certain termination of parental rights orders. HF 58, HF 400 GARRETT
SF 373 A bill for an act providing for increased reimbursement rates under the Medicaid program for adult day care providers who provide services to Medicaid waiver recipients. WEINER
SF 374 A bill for an act relating to dialysis services provided under an Iowa comprehensive health insurance association policy. QUIRMBACH
SF 375 A bill for an act establishing a low-income enrollment categorical funding supplement for school districts and including applicability provisions. QUIRMBACH
SF 376 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa tuition grants program administered by the college student aid commission and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 186, HF 421 QUIRMBACH
SF 377 A bill for an act creating the community law enforcement enhancement fund and providing an appropriation. QUIRMBACH
SF 378 A bill for an act relating to seizure disorders and establishing certain requirements for charter schools, school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, and the department of education. SF 177, HF 379, SF 483, HF 608 QUIRMBACH
SF 379 A bill for an act relating to funding amounts for the statewide preschool program and including applicability provisions. QUIRMBACH
SF 380 A bill for an act regarding the registration and titling of motor vehicles, including by providing for initial registration and titling by any county treasurer and by modifying related fees and the amount of fees retained by county treasurers.(Formerly SSB 1053, SF 80.) SF 80 HF 55, HF 344, HF 674 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 381 A bill for an act regarding special minor’s driver’s licenses, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 24.) SF 24 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 382 A bill for an act relating to the sale of water to recipients outside the state, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 530.) SF 530 HF 300 EVANS
SF 383 A bill for an act relating to persons eligible to hunt with a crossbow.(See SF 528.) HF 449, HF 538, SF 528 SWEENEY
SF 384 A bill for an act establishing the criminal offense of assault on a pregnant person, and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 223.) HF 119 SF 223, HF 570 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 385 A bill for an act relating to a Brady-Giglio list maintained by a prosecuting agency, and confidential information, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1137.) HF 631 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 386 A bill for an act prohibiting a court from ordering payment of a postsecondary education subsidy for a child under a dissolution of marriage temporary order or final judgment or decree, and providing for application to existing orders, judgments, and decrees. (Formerly SF 17.) SF 17 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 387 A bill for an act relating to the practice of barbering and cosmetology arts and sciences and providing transition provisions.(Formerly SSB 1108.) HF 652 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 388 A bill for an act relating to conflicts between federal funding and the office of the chief information officer. (Formerly SSB 1161.) Vetoed 6-1-23. COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 389 A bill for an act directing the department of education to convene an achievement gap working group.(Formerly SF 38.) SF 38 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 390 A bill for an act relating to entities supported in whole or in part by public moneys, including the sale of public bonds, the duties and responsibilities of the directors and officers of school boards, school districts, the department of education, the department of health and human services, accredited nonpublic schools, charter schools, community colleges, institutions under the control of the state board of regents, area education agencies, election commissioners and children’s residential facilities, and the membership and voting units of county and city conference boards.(Formerly SSB 1111.) HF 370 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 391 A bill for an act relating to education, including modifying provisions related to comprehensive school improvement plans, teacher librarians and guidance counselors, required days or hours of instruction in elementary and secondary schools, agreements between school districts and community colleges to teach certain courses, and required courses in school districts and accredited nonpublic schools, and authorizing school districts to offer sequential units in one classroom. (Formerly SSB 1076.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 327 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 392 A bill for an act relating to education, including eligibility for grants under the teach Iowa scholar program, licenses issued by the board of educational examiners, and the use of revenues from the district management levy, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1049.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 393 A bill for an act relating to meetings of the school finance formula review committee.(See SF 484.) SF 484 BROWN
SF 394 A bill for an act exempting from the state sales and use tax the sales price of lodging supplies sold to a lodging provider. HF 544 KOELKER
SF 395 A bill for an act relating to vaccination and immunization reporting and tracking. ALONS
SF 396 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. PETERSEN, TRONE GARRIOTT, WEINER, JOCHUM, DONAHUE, CELSI, WINCKLER, DOTZLER, GIDDENS, BISIGNANO, KNOX, BOULTON, WAHLS, BENNETT, QUIRMBACH and T. TAYLOR
SF 397 A bill for an act relating to paternity and the obligation of parents for support of children. EVANS
SF 398 A bill for an act relating to robotics extracurricular activities, including requiring the department of education to provide technical assistance to school districts related to chartering career and technical student organizations related to robotics and authorizing high school athletic organizations to sponsor interscholastic contests related to robotics.(Formerly SF 264.) SF 264 SF 199, HF 2431 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 399 A bill for an act relating to the registration and regulation of spray pads, swimming pools, and spas owned or operated by local or state government, commercial interests, or certain private entities, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1134.) Effective date: 05/03/2023. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 400 A bill for an act relating to the use of video conferences in judicial proceedings and certified shorthand reporter audio and video recordings, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1014; See SF 2187.) SF 2187 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 401 A bill for an act relating to sales of mixed drinks or cocktails for consumption off the premises and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1032.) HF 433 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 402 A bill for an act establishing the cybersecurity simulation training center at the Iowa state university of science and technology, and making appropriations.(Formerly SSB 1160.) HF 139, HF 698 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 403 A bill for an act relating to the payment of costs by railroad track owners and railroad corporations for certain railroad construction, maintenance, and other related projects.(See SF 500, SF 2114.) SF 500, SF 2114 SHIPLEY
SF 404 A bill for an act relating to livestock health, by providing for the livestock health advisory council and livestock disease research fund.(See SF 473.) SF 473 SHIPLEY
SF 405 A bill for an act relating to statutes of limitations tolled by the Iowa supreme court, and including retroactive applicability provisions. BOULTON
SF 406 A bill for an act relating to the responsibilities of nonprofit corporations. COURNOYER
SF 407 A bill for an act relating to the natural reduction of human remains, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. HF 52 T. TAYLOR, DOTZLER, BENNETT, GIDDENS, KNOX, TRONE GARRIOTT and CELSI
SF 408 A bill for an act relating to the economic development authority, including certain tax credit programs, the Iowa wine, beer, and spirits promotion board, and the beer and liquor control fund, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1087; See SF 575.) HF 641, HF 679, SF 575 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 409 A bill for an act relating to value-added products or services offered by insurers or producers.(Formerly SSB 1150.) HF 316 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 410 A bill for an act relating to the administration of the veterans trust fund.(Formerly SSB 1152.) COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 411 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of energy sources by counties and cities.(Formerly SSB 1085.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 412 A bill for an act relating to eligibility for education savings accounts and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. WEINER
SF 413 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for prescription drugs used to treat substance use disorders. WEINER
SF 414 A bill for an act relating to family-focused substance use disorder treatment and programming, and making an appropriation. WEINER
SF 415 A bill for an act relating to coverage under the Medicaid program for anti-addiction medication. WEINER
SF 416 A bill for an act prohibiting the expenditure of certain public moneys for dues or membership fees to high school organizations that do not use required enrollment calculations when determining school classifications for extracurricular interscholastic activities. SF 121 DICKEY, EVANS and SHIPLEY
SF 417 A bill for an act relating to unfair residential real estate service agreements, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 1156.) HF 475 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 418 A bill for an act relating to the investment of certain public funds in certain companies, concerning companies that are owned or controlled by Chinese military or government services and public fund review requirements. (Formerly SF 98.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. SF 98 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 419 A bill for an act relating to contract pharmacies and covered entities that participate in the 340B drug program.(Formerly SSB 1098.) HF 423 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 420 A bill for an act relating to investments of funds by life insurers, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1084.) HF 271 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 421 A bill for an act relating to money transmission services.(Formerly SSB 1102; See SF 566.) HF 431 HF 675, SF 566 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 422 A bill for an act relating to communication methods regarding the disposition of unclaimed property and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1055.) HF 247 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 423 A bill for an act relating to property law, including rental properties, manufactured home communities, mobile home parks, and actions relating to such properties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions. JOCHUM, WAHLS, WEINER, BISIGNANO, PETERSEN, CELSI, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, BOULTON and KNOX
SF 424 A bill for an act relating to captive insurance companies, and including applicability provisions.(See SF 509, SF 549.) SF 509, SF 549 BOUSSELOT
SF 425 A bill for an act relating to utilization of filing services offered by the secretary of state.(Formerly SSB 1042.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 426 A bill for an act relating to prohibitions on noncompete covenants involving nurses and including applicability provisions. DONAHUE
SF 427 A bill for an act relating to electronic registration renewal of off-road utility vehicles.(See SF 519.) SF 519 SWEENEY
SF 428 A bill for an act relating to agricultural land restoration for electric transmission lines, making penalties applicable, and including applicability provisions.(See SSB 1201, SF 532.) SF 532 SWEENEY
SF 429 A bill for an act relating to flavored vapor products, providing for permit suspension and revocation, and providing civil penalties. COURNOYER
SF 430 A bill for an act relating to the duties of insurers under medical malpractice insurance policies. LOFGREN
SF 431 A bill for an act relating to certain cost controls for health care services, and including penalties.(See SF 2381.) SF 2381 BOUSSELOT
SF 432 A bill for an act designating peace officers employed by regents institutions as public safety employees for purposes of public employee collective bargaining and including applicability provisions. COURNOYER
SF 433 A bill for an act relating to conducting elections for benefited recreational lake and water quality districts. HF 289, HF 557 GARRETT
SF 434 A bill for an act relating to hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, and health care facilities, including information and reporting requirements. LOFGREN
SF 435 A bill for an act requiring employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees based on pregnancy or childbirth and providing civil penalties. BOULTON, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, WAHLS, JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT, WEINER, CELSI, T. TAYLOR, KNOX, GIDDENS and DONAHUE
SF 436 A bill for an act relating to the board of medicine, including membership of the board and licensee discipline. LOFGREN
SF 437 A bill for an act relating to tenure systems, including modifying provisions related to tenure systems adopted by institutions of higher education governed by the state board of regents and implementing standards for community college tenure systems. ZAUN
SF 438 A bill for an act relating to regents institutions and the enforcement of state, local, and municipal laws, and personal injury or illness of a peace officer employed by a regents institution. COURNOYER
SF 439 A bill for an act relating to the licensure of internationally trained physicians and including effective date provisions.(See SF 477.) SF 477 BOUSSELOT
SF 440 A bill for an act relating to patients’ written consent to a medical or surgical procedure. LOFGREN
SF 441 A bill for an act relating to the national electrical code. WEBSTER
SF 442 A bill for an act related to guaranteed maximum price contracts. COURNOYER
SF 443 A bill for an act relating to county supervisors, concerning county supervisor representation plans and county supervisor vacancies, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 314.) SF 314 HF 116, HF 281, SF 2061, HF 2179, SF 2283, SF 2439 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 444 A bill for an act relating to matters under the purview of the department of veterans affairs, including county commissions of veteran affairs and cemetery expenditures.(Formerly SF 236.) SF 236, HF 259 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 445 A bill for an act relating to protests considered by local boards of review and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 278.) Effective date: 04/04/2023. Applicability date: 01/01/2023. HF 420 HF 245, SF 278 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 446 A bill for an act relating to required considerations by a county compensation board.(Formerly SF 32.) SF 32 HF 75, HF 314 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 447 A bill for an act authorizing length of service award programs for volunteer fire fighters, volunteer emergency medical care providers, and reserve peace officers, and making appropriations.(Formerly SF 272.) HF 193, SF 272, HF 340 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 448 A bill for an act relating to the composition and procedures of county compensation boards.(Formerly SF 170.) SF 170 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 449 A bill for an act relating to the driving privileges of persons issued an instruction permit who are employed, and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 1154.) COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 450 A bill for an act relating to the collection of delinquent judgments owed to a county or city, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 293.) SF 293 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 451 A bill for an act relating to sessions of the local board of review and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 169.) Effective date: 04/10/2024. SF 169 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 452 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa law enforcement academy including accreditation, and establishing a law enforcement agency tuition fund. BOULTON
SF 453 A bill for an act relating to live downed electrical wires, and including effective date provisions. KOELKER
SF 454 A bill for an act relating to civil service requirements for the hiring of certain city public safety positions.(Formerly SF 266; See SF 2205.) SF 266, SF 2205 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 455 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of topsoil and storm water at construction sites. (Formerly SF 34.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. SF 34 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 456 A bill for an act requiring written permission from a county sheriff before an arrest, search, or seizure may be conducted within a county under the county sheriff’s jurisdiction by any federal or out-of-state law enforcement officer or agent and any Iowa law enforcement officer or agent from outside the county sheriff’s jurisdiction. HF 2433 SALMON
SF 457 A bill for an act relating to city civil service and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 231; See SF 2325.) SF 231, SF 2325 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 458 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 2313 T. TAYLOR, DOTZLER, BENNETT, GIDDENS, KNOX, TRONE GARRIOTT, CELSI, WEINER, WAHLS, QUIRMBACH, BOULTON, PETERSEN, WINCKLER, DONAHUE, BISIGNANO and JOCHUM
SF 459 A bill for an act increasing the earned income tax credit available against the Iowa individual income tax, and including retroactive applicability provisions. JOCHUM, KNOX, GIDDENS, WEINER, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, WINCKLER, BOULTON, WAHLS, BISIGNANO, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT and CELSI
SF 460 A bill for an act relating to the child and dependent and early childhood development tax credits, and including retroactive applicability provisions. JOCHUM, KNOX, GIDDENS, WEINER, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, WINCKLER, BOULTON, WAHLS, BISIGNANO, T. TAYLOR, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT and CELSI
SF 461 A bill for an act to include veterans in the small business linked investments program. (Formerly SSB 1174.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 462 A bill for an act relating to the Medicaid program including third-party recovery and taxation of Medicaid managed care organization premiums.(Formerly SSB 1167; See SF 567.) HF 525 HF 685, SF 567 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 463 A bill for an act relating to the review of an officer-involved shooting case by a county attorney, and the jurisdiction of a peace officer to make an arrest in the state. DRISCOLL
SF 464 A bill for an act requiring inmates to be paid the Iowa minimum wage for labor performed in or while under the custody of an institution under the control of the Iowa department of corrections. KNOX
SF 465 A bill for an act providing for a veterans’ benefits and services poster for employers to display in the workplace and providing penalties. SF 2126, SF 2406 WAHLS, BOULTON, GIDDENS, TRONE GARRIOTT and DOTZLER
SF 466 A bill for an act relating to the national guard service scholarship program, and making appropriations. WAHLS
SF 467 A bill for an act relating to criteria for and funding of approved local preschool programs and including applicability provisions. SF 310, HF 381 KNOX and TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 468 A bill for an act relating to probate proceedings, including fiduciary and trustee duties, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1067.) HF 232 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 469 A bill for an act relating to magistrate judges.(Formerly SSB 1163.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 470 A bill for an act relating to sexual exploitation of a minor, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 221.) SF 221 SF 84, HF 321, HF 646 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 471 A bill for an act relating to mental health and disability services provided by the state and judicial procedures relating to child in need of assistance proceedings, adoptions, and the confinement of persons found incompetent to stand trial.(Formerly SSB 1166.) HF 471 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 472 A bill for an act concerning judicial branch administration, including mental health advocates, access to and confidentiality of juror information, contracting authority, apportionment of district associate judges, remote testimony and video recordings, and access to criminal history records.(Formerly SSB 1120; See SF 2345.) HF 468 HF 2247, SF 2345 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 473 A bill for an act relating to livestock health, by providing for the livestock health advisory council and livestock disease research fund. (Formerly SF 404.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. SF 404 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 474 A bill for an act relating to city regulation of short-term rental properties. WEINER
SF 475 A bill for an act relating to testing for and disclosure of lead levels in drinking water prior to the sale or lease of residential real estate. KNOX
SF 476 A bill for an act relating to county or city legislation affecting dog ownership.(Formerly SSB 1195.) HF 191, HF 651 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 477 A bill for an act relating to health care, including the licensure of internationally trained physicians and electronic protected health information, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 439.) Effective date: 07/01/2024, 01/01/2025. SF 439 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 478 A bill for an act relating to the operation of state government, including the commencement of audits, information made available to the auditor of state, and disputes between governmental agencies. (Formerly SSB 1200.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 479 A bill for an act repealing energy conservation requirements for new construction.(Formerly SF 334.) SF 334 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 480 A bill for an act relating to the publication of certain public notices by designated public entities, providing for fees, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1190; See SF 546.) SF 546 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 481 A bill for an act concerning unemployment benefits and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1159.) COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 482 A bill for an act prohibiting persons from entering single and multiple occupancy restrooms or changing areas and other facilities in elementary and secondary schools that do not correspond with the person’s biological sex and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 335.) Effective date: 03/22/2023. SF 335, HF 482, HF 622 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 483 A bill for an act relating to school personnel training, emergency care planning, authorizations for assisting, and limitations of liability concerning students with epilepsy or a seizure disorder.(Formerly SF 177.) SF 177, HF 379, HF 608 SF 378 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 484 A bill for an act relating to meetings of the school finance formula review committee.(Formerly SF 393.) SF 393 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 485 A bill for an act relating to the transportation to and from school of pupils participating in open enrollment.(Formerly SF 29.) SF 29, HF 41, HF 72, HF 134 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 486 A bill for an act relating to censorship of expression on online platforms, and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 1189.) COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 487 A bill for an act relating to special elections to fill vacancies in county boards of supervisors and city elective offices, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 330.) SF 330 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 488 A bill for an act relating to childhood lead poisoning. WINCKLER and KNOX
SF 489 A bill for an act regulating the use of automated or remote systems for traffic law enforcement, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1180; See SF 2408.) HF 629, SF 2408, HF 2681 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 490 A bill for an act relating to persons authorized to receive a copy of a written accident report filed by a law enforcement officer. (Formerly SSB 1170.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 491 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle window tint, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 350; See SF 2267.) SF 350 HF 2037, SF 2267 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 492 A bill for an act relating to the operation of railroad trains by a crew of two or more persons, and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 243.) SF 243 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 493 A bill for an act relating to domestic abuse threat evaluation and deterrence.(Formerly SSB 1151; See SF 2353.) HF 120, SF 2353 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 494 A bill for an act relating to public assistance program oversight. (Formerly SSB 1105.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 3, HF 613 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 495 A bill for an act relating to affirmative defenses for entities using cybersecurity programs.(Formerly SSB 1095.) HF 553 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 496 A bill for an act relating to children and students, including establishing a parent’s or guardian’s right to make decisions affecting the parent’s or guardian’s child, authorizing the parent or guardian of a student enrolled in a school district to enroll the student in another attendance center within the same school district in certain specified circumstances, prohibiting instruction related to gender identity and sexual orientation in school districts, charter schools, and innovation zone schools in kindergarten through grade six, and modifying provisions related to student health screenings, school district library programs, the educational program provided to students enrolled in school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, and charter schools, other duties of school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, the department of education, the board of educational examiners, and the governing boards of charter schools and innovation zone schools, competent private instruction, and special education, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1145.) Effective date: 05/26/2023, 07/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 497 A bill for an act relating to the issuance and suspension of motor vehicle registrations and certificates of title.(Formerly SSB 1171.) HF 593 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 498 A bill for an act relating to writing fees required for certain all-terrain vehicle, snowmobile, and water vessel transactions completed by a county recorder.(Formerly SF 292.) SF 292 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 499 A bill for an act relating to damages owed by a party at fault in crashes and collisions involving commercial motor vehicles.(Formerly SF 339.) SF 339 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 500 A bill for an act relating to the payment of costs by railroad track owners and railroad corporations for certain railroad construction, maintenance, and other related projects.(Formerly SF 403; See SF 2114.) SF 403, SF 2114 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 501 A bill for an act relating to required railway crossing signs, signals, and gate arms.(Formerly SF 349; See SF 2113.) SF 349, SF 2113 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 502 A bill for an act relating to the railroad revolving loan and grant fund by making moneys available for certain projects and prioritizing grants and loans for certain purposes.(Formerly SF 273; See SF 2112.) SF 273, SF 2112 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 503 A bill for an act relating to the closure of railway crossings for repairs or upgrades, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 242; See SF 2111.) SF 2111 SF 242 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 504 A bill for an act relating to certain place-of-business requirements for licensed motor vehicle dealers who conduct sales via the internet and deliver vehicles to buyers.(Formerly SSB 1181.) HF 592 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 505 A bill for an act relating to police officers and fire fighters concerning civil service entrance evaluations and benefits for members of the municipal fire and police retirement system.(Formerly SSB 1132.) HF 687 HF 2680 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 506 A bill for an act relating to health facilities and health services including licensing and the certificate of need process, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1117.) COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 507 A bill for an act concerning public contracts with companies that boycott certain companies or that engage in nonpecuniary social investment policies.(Formerly SSB 1094.) HF 2, HF 653 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 508 A bill for an act relating to controlled substances including the manufacture, delivery, or possession of a controlled substance including fentanyl; the manufacture of a controlled substance in the presence of a minor; conspiracy to manufacture for delivery or delivery or intent or conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance to a minor; receipt, provision, and administration of opioid antagonists, including by secondary distributors; providing for immunity; and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 1096.) HF 595 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 509 A bill for an act relating to captive insurance companies, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 424; See SF 549.) SF 424, SF 549 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 510 A bill for an act relating to the election of directors for county and state mutual insurance associations, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1185.) HF 465 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 511 A bill for an act relating to access to criminal history data in child in need of assistance proceedings.(Formerly SSB 1112.) HF 564 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 512 A bill for an act requiring the installation and maintenance of train defect detectors on railway branch lines, and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 337.) SF 337 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 513 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle enforcement duties of the department of public safety and the department of transportation, providing transfers of moneys, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1175.) Effective date: 05/16/2023, 07/01/2023. HF 579 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 514 A bill for an act relating to the organization, structure, and functions of state government, providing for salaries of appointed state officers, providing for penalties, making appropriations, providing Code editor directives and transition provisions, and including applicability and effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1123.) Contingent effective date. Applicability date: Enactment, 07/01/2023. HF 662 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 515 A bill for an act relating to remote presence for purposes of notarial acts and executing wills and codicils, and including retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1047.) HF 397 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 516 A bill for an act relating to the management of open space properties and recreational trails. (Formerly SSB 1198.) COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 517 A bill for an act relating to the addition of biological parent information of an adult adopted person through reestablishment of an original certificate of birth, and providing fees. (Formerly SF 187.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 720 HF 60, SF 187, HF 268 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 518 A bill for an act relating to access by certain entities to specific records and documents maintained by a unit owners association.(Formerly SF 44.) HF 432 SF 44 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 519 A bill for an act relating to electronic registration renewal of off-road utility vehicles. (Formerly SF 427.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. SF 427 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 520 A bill for an act prohibiting the use of remotely piloted aircraft flying over certain property, and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 369.) HF 388, SF 369, HF 572 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 521 A bill for an act relating to assaults on sports officials, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1193.) HF 2078 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 522 A bill for an act relating to restitution for the death of a victim.(Formerly SSB 1069.) HF 125, HF 594 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 523 A bill for an act relating to criminal law including defense subpoenas, depositions, conditional guilty pleas, prosecution witnesses who are minors, and juror qualifications, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 204.) SF 204, HF 644 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 524 A bill for an act relating to the statute of limitations in a civil action involving certain sexual offenses against a minor.(Formerly SSB 1194.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 525 A bill for an act relating to criminal law including the disclosure of a defendant’s privileged records, no-contact orders, commencement limitations for certain sexual offenses, sexually predatory offenses, victim rights, discovery, postconviction relief actions, criminal appeals, and pretrial bond amounts for certain felonies. (Formerly SF 233.) SF 233 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 526 A bill for an act regarding port authorities, including by allowing port authorities to enter into certain loan agreements and lease contracts.(Formerly SF 306.) SF 306 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 527 A bill for an act relating to vehicles of excessive size and weight, including highways and streets upon which movement of such vehicles is permitted and warning lights on such vehicles. (Formerly SSB 1187.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 528 A bill for an act relating to persons eligible to hunt with a crossbow. (Formerly SF 383.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. SF 383, HF 449, HF 538 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 529 A bill for an act relating to the reservation of designated equestrian campgrounds, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 366.) SF 366 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 530 A bill for an act relating to the sale of water to recipients outside the state, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 382.) SF 382 HF 300 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 531 A bill for an act establishing crop loss deer hunting permits and seasons.(Formerly SSB 1184.) COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 532 A bill for an act relating to agricultural land restoration for electric transmission lines, making penalties applicable, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1201, SF 428.) SF 428 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 533 A bill for an act relating to rate increase notice requirements for public utilities.(Formerly SSB 1178.) HF 601 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 534 A bill for an act relating to specified loans provided by a mortgage banker.(Formerly SSB 1186.) HF 609 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 535 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of specified gas and electric utilities.(Formerly SSB 1157.) HF 599 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 536 A bill for an act relating to real estate licensee liability.(Formerly SSB 1172.) HF 607 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 537 A bill for an act relating to visitation policies in hospitals and nursing facilities.(Formerly SSB 1196.) HF 619 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 538 A bill for an act relating to prohibited activities regarding gender transition procedures relative to minors, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1197.) Effective date: 03/22/2023. Contingent applicability date. HF 623 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 539 A bill for an act allowing emergency medical care providers to diagnose and treat severe injuries suffered by police service dogs while on duty.(Formerly SF 299.) SF 2031 SF 299, SF 2296 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 540 A bill for an act relating to commercial transactions, including control and transmission of electronic records and digital assets.(Formerly SSB 1177; See SF 2389.) HF 618 HF 2519, SF 2389 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 541 A bill for an act providing for veterinary medicine, including the care of animals under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1183.) HF 640, HF 670 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 542 A bill for an act relating to youth employment, providing for a minor driver’s license interim study committee, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 167.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. SF 167, HF 647 COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 543 A bill for an act relating to the carrying, transportation, and possession of weapons by certain persons and in certain locations, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1168.) HF 654 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 544 A bill for an act providing for business organizations, including limited liability companies, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1188.) HF 655 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 545 A bill for an act providing for a human trafficking task force and providing information in an annual report to the general assembly. (Formerly SF 340.) SF 340 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 546 A bill for an act relating to the publication of certain public notices by designated public entities, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 480, SSB 1190.) SF 480 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 547 A bill for an act relating to the use of an electronic device in a voice-activated or hands-free mode while driving, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 207, SF 60.) SF 207 SF 60, SF 71, HF 64 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 548 A bill for an act modifying provisions governing the taxation of forest reservations and fruit-tree reservations.(Formerly SSB 1129.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 549 A bill for an act relating to captive insurance companies, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 509, SF 424.) Effective date: 07/01/2023, 01/01/2025. Applicability date: 01/01/2025. SF 424, SF 509 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 550 A bill for an act relating to state and local revenue and finances by modifying sales and use taxes, the charitable conservation contribution tax credit available against individual and corporate income taxes, the water service tax, property taxes, transit funding, and local option taxes, crediting moneys to the natural resources and outdoor recreation trust fund, modifying allocations of road use tax fund moneys, making appropriations, and including effective date, retroactive applicability, and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1125.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 551 A bill for an act relating to decoupling federal additional first-year depreciation for Iowa tax purposes, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1127.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 552 A bill for an act relating to individual and corporate income taxes, the insurance premium tax, and including the contingent repeal of the individual income tax, and including retroactive applicability and effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1126.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 553 A bill for an act relating to special deer hunting licenses available to nonresident family members.(Formerly SF 363, SF 277.) SF 277, SF 363 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 554 A bill for an act relating to pharmacy benefits manager reverse auctions and group insurance, and annual reporting by pharmacy benefits managers. (Formerly SF 284.) SF 284 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 555 A bill for an act relating to the abatement of property taxes owed on property owned by certain volunteer emergency services providers and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 113; See SF 2424.) SF 113 SF 2424 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 556 A bill for an act providing for financing of certain agricultural commodity programs, by reducing and eliminating fees imposed on licensed grain dealers and warehouse operators, replacing those moneys with moneys collected from a percentage of state assessments imposed on the sale of corn, increasing moneys deposited into the grain depositors and sellers indemnity fund, increasing indemnification amounts, and making appropriations.(Formerly SSB 1205.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 557 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations for state government administration and regulation, including the department of administrative services, auditor of state, ethics and campaign disclosure board, offices of governor and lieutenant governor, department of inspections, appeals, and licensing, department of insurance and financial services, department of management, Iowa public employees’ retirement system, public information board, department of revenue, secretary of state, treasurer of state, and Iowa utilities board, creating a licensing and regulation fund, and modifying provisions related to major procurement contracts for the Iowa lottery division of the department of revenue. (Formerly SSB 1209.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 558 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations involving state government entities associated with agriculture, natural resources, and environmental protection. (Formerly SSB 1210.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 559 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations for the economic development of the state, including to the economic development authority, the Iowa finance authority, the public employment relations board, the department of workforce development, and the state board of regents and certain regents institutions, and modifying the housing renewal pilot program and provisions related to regional industry sector partnerships, the apprenticeship training program, and new jobs training agreements. (Formerly SSB 1211.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 725 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 560 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations to the education system, including the funding and operation of the department for the blind, the department of education, and the state board of regents; requiring the state board of regents to conduct a study and prepare a report related to diversity, equity, and inclusion programs and efforts; providing for responsibilities of the workforce development board; establishing the Iowa workforce grant and incentive program; requiring the department of education to convene a task force to study issues related to programs for at-risk students and dropout prevention programs; modifying provisions related to the future ready Iowa skilled workforce grant program, the all Iowa opportunity scholarship program, the education savings account program, the gap tuition assistance program, the Iowa educational services for the blind and visually impaired program, career and technical education programs, the fine arts beginning teacher mentoring program, the equipment replacement and program-sharing property tax levy, and the posting of education-related job openings; and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1212.) Effective date: 06/01/2023, 07/01/2023. Applicability date: 01/24/2023, 07/01/2023. HF 731 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 561 A bill for an act relating to appropriations for veterans and health and human services and including other related provisions and appropriations including health policy oversight, public assistance program provisions and a public assistance modernization fund, sprinkler systems for home and community-based services waiver recipient residences, a state-funded family medicine obstetrics fellowship program and fund, adoption subsidy program nonrecurring adoption expenses, real estate transactions involving departmental institutions, providing penalties, and including effective date and other applicability date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1213.) Effective date: 06/01/2023, 07/01/2023. HF 724 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 562 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations to the justice system, including by providing for payments associated with indigent defense and representation, the funding of activities relating to consumer fraud and antitrust, a corrections capital reinvestment fund, an Iowa law enforcement academy study, a human trafficking study, and the funding of peace officer retirement, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1214.) Effective date: Enactment, 06/01/2023, 06/30/2023, 07/01/2023. Applicability date: 07/01/2022. HF 727 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 563 A bill for an act relating to the judicial branch, including appropriations to the judicial branch, apportionment of district associate judges, video recordings, noncontract attorney appointment, and contracting authority. (Formerly SSB 1215.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. HF 728 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 564 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle special registration plate decals created by a nonprofit veterans’ organization or associated with military service.(Formerly SF 224, SF 90; See SF 2415.) SF 224 SF 90, SF 2415 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 565 A bill for an act relating to state and local finance and the administration of the tax and related laws by the department of revenue, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1148.) Effective date: 06/01/2023, 07/01/2023, 01/01/2024, 01/01/2026. Applicability date: 01/01/2023, 07/01/2024. HF 715 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 566 A bill for an act relating to money transmission services.(Formerly SF 421, SSB 1102.) HF 675 HF 431, SF 421 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 567 A bill for an act relating to health care services and financing including nursing facility licensing and financing and the Medicaid program including third-party recovery and taxation of Medicaid managed care organization premiums, and providing for licensee discipline.(Formerly SF 462, SSB 1167.) SF 462, HF 525, HF 685 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 568 A bill for an act concerning the rulemaking process for executive branch agencies and related matters and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1101.) HF 688 ADMINISTRATIVE RULES REVIEW COMMITTEE
SF 569 A bill for an act relating to local government property taxes, financial authority, operations, and budgets, modifying certain transit funding, property tax credits and exemptions, and appropriations, requiring certain information related to property taxation to be provided to property owners and taxpayers, modifying provisions relating to fees for driver’s licenses and nonoperator’s identification cards, modifying provisions relating to certain writing fees, making penalties applicable, and including effective date, retroactive applicability, and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1218.) SF 356, HF 718 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 570 A bill for an act relating to emergency management services and emergency medical services and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 352, SF 41; See SF 2426.) SF 41, HF 126, SF 352, HF 546, HF 705, SF 2426 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 571 A bill for an act providing for the transportation of biogas using a gathering line system constructed within a secondary road right-of-way, providing fees, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1216.) HF 704 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 572 A bill for an act relating to certain education programs and tax credits and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1208.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 573 A bill for an act relating to merchant line franchise petition requirements and levee and drainage districts, and including retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 1217.) HF 714 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 574 A bill for an act relating to programs administered by the economic development authority by establishing the economic growth attraction program, modifying the certified site and high-quality jobs programs, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1162.) Effective date: 05/10/2024. HF 642 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 575 A bill for an act relating to the economic development authority, including renewable chemical production, workforce housing, and innovation fund tax credits, the Iowa wine, beer, and spirits promotion board, and the beer and liquor control fund, and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 408, SSB 1087.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. Applicability date: 06/30/2023, 07/01/2023. SF 408, HF 641, HF 679 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 576 A bill for an act relating to transportation and other infrastructure-related appropriations to the department of transportation, including allocation and use of moneys from the road use tax fund and the primary road fund. (Formerly SSB 1219.) Effective date: 07/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 577 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund and technology reinvestment fund, establishing a destination Iowa fund, providing for related matters, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1221.) Effective date: 06/01/2023, 07/01/2023. HF 730 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 578 A bill for an act relating to state finances, including by making, modifying, limiting, or reducing appropriations, distributions, or transfers, authorizing expenditure of certain unappropriated moneys, making corrections, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1222.) Effective date: 06/01/2023, 07/01/2023. Applicability date: 03/28/2023, 09/18/2023. HF 729 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 579 A bill for an act prohibiting and requiring certain actions relating to abortion involving the detection of a fetal heartbeat, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 1223.) HF 732 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2001 A bill for an act relating to the state school foundation program and the calculation of minimum state foundation aid for school districts and including applicability provisions. SF 276, HF 294 ROWLEY
SF 2002 A bill for an act relating to a probation officer’s access to confidential information filed with the court for securing an arrest or search warrant.(See SF 2262.) HF 2058, HF 2238, SF 2262 DAWSON
SF 2003 A bill for an act relating to the provision of information relating to school immunization exemptions.(See SF 2196.) HF 2045 SF 2196 GREEN
SF 2004 A bill for an act establishing the advanced dyslexia specialist endorsement competitive grant program within the department of education and making appropriations. HF 2030, HF 2377, HF 2643 HF 104 J. TAYLOR
SF 2005 A bill for an act relating to the eligibility of students enrolled in public schools or nonpublic schools in border states or in counties that border another state to compete in interscholastic athletic activities provided by public schools or nonpublic schools in the other state. COURNOYER
SF 2006 A bill for an act relating to school district enrollment calculations for the purposes of the secure an advanced vision for education fund.(See SF 2190.) SF 2190 BROWN
SF 2007 A bill for an act relating to the bona fide retirement of a teacher under the Iowa public employees’ retirement system. DONAHUE
SF 2008 A bill for an act relating to dementia service specialists, and providing an appropriation. SF 2025 ZAUN
SF 2009 A bill for an act relating to teacher spending accounts. GRUENHAGEN
SF 2010 A bill for an act modifying the earliest possible start date of the school calendar for school districts and accredited nonpublic schools. DRISCOLL
SF 2011 A bill for an act relating to open enrollment and including applicability provisions. HF 2172 COURNOYER
SF 2012 A bill for an act relating to first responder identification cards.(See SF 2265.) HF 2012, SF 2265, HF 2530 LOFGREN
SF 2013 A bill for an act relating to the baiting of deer on public or private property and providing penalties.(See SF 2241.) SF 2241 DAWSON
SF 2014 A bill for an act relating to investigation by a sheriff of an employee who is an immediate family member of the sheriff.(See SF 2277.) SF 2277 COURNOYER
SF 2015 A bill for an act relating to applicant priority and grant award amounts under the teach Iowa scholar program. J. TAYLOR
SF 2016 A bill for an act relating to earned time applied to reduce certain mandatory minimum sentences.(See SF 2164.) SF 61, SF 78, HF 2191, SF 2164 McCLINTOCK
SF 2017 A bill for an act relating to the development of a policy governing responses to a fire alarm activated on school grounds outside of a scheduled fire drill by school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, charter schools, and innovation zone schools, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 2191.) SF 2191 COURNOYER
SF 2018 A bill for an act relating to bestiality and providing penalties.(See SF 2180.) SF 2180, HF 2318 DAWSON
SF 2019 A bill for an act establishing the national FFA organization advisors competitive grant program within the department of education and making appropriations. COURNOYER
SF 2020 A bill for an act relating to the waiver of undergraduate tuition and mandatory fees charged to certain specified first responders and dependents of such first responders who are enrolled in institutions of higher education under the state board of regents. ZAUN
SF 2021 A bill for an act relating to funding calculations for the teacher salary supplement, professional development supplement, early intervention supplement, and teacher leadership supplement for school districts that materially breach an interscholastic sharing agreement, and including effective date and applicability provisions. COURNOYER
SF 2022 A bill for an act relating to ensuring the provision of accessible prescription-related measures for persons who are blind, have a visual impairment, or otherwise have print disabilities. SF 2089, HF 2252, HF 2456 ZAUN
SF 2023 A bill for an act relating to inspections for violations relating to retailers of cigarettes, tobacco, tobacco products, alternative nicotine products, and vapor products that provide for use or consumption of regulated products on the retailer’s premises. HF 496 HF 2325 DAWSON
SF 2024 A bill for an act authorizing former members of the Iowa national guard to apply for and retain special motor vehicle registration plates with a national guard processed emblem. DONAHUE
SF 2025 A bill for an act relating to statewide dementia care coordination, and making an appropriation. SF 2008 TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 2026 A bill for an act relating to disclosure to the general assembly of information concerning nongovernmental employers and providing penalties and remedies. SWEENEY
SF 2027 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. HF 2138 SALMON
SF 2028 A bill for an act relating to the salaries of assessors who are appointed to serve a previous assessor’s unexpired term. HF 2008, HF 2269 LOFGREN
SF 2029 A bill for an act relating to local approval for burn ban requests. SALMON
SF 2030 A bill for an act relating to powers and duties applicable to state of disaster emergencies and public health disasters. HF 2090 SF 91, HF 303 SALMON
SF 2031 A bill for an act allowing police service dogs to receive emergency veterinary medical services while on duty.(See SF 2296.) SF 539 SF 299, SF 2296 McCLINTOCK
SF 2032 A bill for an act relating to executive orders of the president of the United States. HF 27, HF 2291 SALMON
SF 2033 A bill for an act relating to perfluoroalkyl and polyfluorinated substances in fire fighter personal protective equipment and providing penalties. WEBSTER
SF 2034 A bill for an act creating an excuse from jury service for persons who are eighteen years of age and enrolled in high school classes.(See SF 2346.) SF 2346 J. TAYLOR
SF 2035 A bill for an act relating to statute of repose in medical malpractice claims. HF 2127 LOFGREN
SF 2036 A bill for an act relating to certain trespassing violations and associated scheduled fines.(See SF 2343.) HF 2011, HF 2310, SF 2343 LOFGREN
SF 2037 A bill for an act prohibiting counties and cities from regulating certain behavioral health and human services. SALMON
SF 2038 A bill for an act relating to the reporting of serious reportable events, and providing penalties. HF 2215 LOFGREN, SHIPLEY, SALMON, J. TAYLOR, ALONS, GRUENHAGEN, KLIMESH, ROWLEY, KRAAYENBRINK, EVANS, COURNOYER and ROZENBOOM
SF 2039 A bill for an act relating to the federal summer electronic benefits transfer for children program, making an appropriation, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 2140 TRONE GARRIOTT, DONAHUE, WAHLS, JOCHUM, PETERSEN, CELSI, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, T. TAYLOR, WEINER, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, KNOX, QUIRMBACH and BENNETT
SF 2040 A bill for an act relating to animal welfare special registration plates. COURNOYER
SF 2041 A bill for an act relating to severance payments provided for in school administrator employment contracts and including applicability provisions.(See SF 2388.) SF 2388 COURNOYER
SF 2042 A bill for an act relating to the operation of off-road utility vehicles on state park road systems.(See SF 2157.) HF 2118, SF 2157 HF 2237 LOFGREN
SF 2043 A bill for an act relating to special landowner deer hunting licenses.(See SF 2242.) HF 2015, SF 2242 LOFGREN
SF 2044 A bill for an act relating to the use of cellular telephones by students in public schools. ZAUN
SF 2045 A bill for an act relating to the work without worry program for employed individuals with disabilities under the Medicaid program. SF 368, HF 403 HF 2589 ZAUN
SF 2046 A bill for an act relating to the use of deer depredation licenses. HF 2014 HF 2484 LOFGREN
SF 2047 A bill for an act relating to school buses and other vehicles used to transport pupils. HF 2109 DAWSON
SF 2048 A bill for an act modifying provisions related to the social studies instruction provided to students enrolled in grades one through twelve in school districts by creating celebrate freedom week. ZAUN
SF 2049 A bill for an act relating to trainings, examinations, surveys, and screenings provided by governmental agencies and entities, school districts, charter schools, innovation zone schools, and public postsecondary educational institutions, including racism or sexism trainings, diversity and inclusion efforts, physical examinations, student health screenings, and surveys administered to students or related to students, and including civil penalties. SF 81 SALMON
SF 2050 A bill for an act allowing area education agencies to charge user fees to nonpublic schools for materials and services provided. TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 2051 A bill for an act relating to drivers who fail to stop at stop signs in school zones, and providing penalties.(See SF 2309.) SF 2309 SWEENEY
SF 2052 A bill for an act relating to real estate brokers, and the rental or leasing of real estate, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See SF 2382.) HF 2326, SF 2382 WEBSTER
SF 2053 A bill for an act relating to the tax exemption of religious institution or society property being used for educational purposes by a third party, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 2059 SALMON
SF 2054 A bill for an act eliminating requirements providing for the payment of an outstanding tax liability by dissolved business entities as a condition to reinstatement. Effective date: 07/01/2024. WEBSTER
SF 2055 A bill for an act prohibiting persons from entering single and multiple occupancy restrooms or changing areas and other facilities in public accommodations that do not correspond with the person’s biological sex, and including effective date provisions. SALMON
SF 2056 A bill for an act relating to family members hunting on a farm unit. McCLINTOCK
SF 2057 A bill for an act relating to the maximum amount of property taxes due or rent constituting property taxes paid that may be considered in calculating the elderly and disabled property tax credit or rent reimbursement and including applicability provisions. ROWLEY
SF 2058 A bill for an act relating to requirements and prohibitions relating to the reporting of vaccine and immunization administration. HF 2041 GUTH
SF 2059 A bill for an act providing for education on the holocaust for students and teachers in school districts. HF 2197, HF 2457 GRUENHAGEN
SF 2060 A bill for an act relating to school lunch and breakfast programs provided by school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, charter schools, and innovation zone schools, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions. WEINER, CELSI, BENNETT, PETERSEN, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, WINCKLER, T. TAYLOR, WAHLS, GIDDENS, TRONE GARRIOTT, JOCHUM, BISIGNANO and KNOX
SF 2061 A bill for an act relating to county supervisor representation plans, and including effective date provisions. HF 116, HF 281, SF 314, SF 443, HF 2179, SF 2283, SF 2439 DICKEY
SF 2062 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for prescription insulin drugs. HF 502, HF 694, SF 2214 DONAHUE, TRONE GARRIOTT, WAHLS, PETERSEN, JOCHUM, CELSI, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, WEINER, T. TAYLOR, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, KNOX, BENNETT and QUIRMBACH
SF 2063 A bill for an act establishing a nursing home administrator training pilot program. BROWN
SF 2064 A bill for an act providing an exception to a minor’s legal capacity to consent to the provision of medical care or services for a sexually transmitted disease or infection. HF 2044 GUTH
SF 2065 A bill for an act requiring county recorders to notify persons of the filing of certain instruments. DICKEY
SF 2066 A bill for an act relating to the eligibility of students with individualized education programs to participate in extracurricular interscholastic athletic games or competitions. DONAHUE
SF 2067 A bill for an act relating to victims of sexual assault including sexual abuse evidence, notification of rights, HIV-related testing of a convicted or alleged assailant, and testing, reporting, and counseling of a victim, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 2341.) HF 2350, SF 2341 DRISCOLL
SF 2068 A bill for an act relating to certain employees of the department of corrections, including collective bargaining, health insurance for a surviving spouse and children of certain employees of the department, and certain operational and employment matters involving the department, and including applicability provisions. HF 2216 SF 64 McCLINTOCK
SF 2069 A bill for an act relating to modernization of nutrition programs in the state. TRONE GARRIOTT, DONAHUE, WAHLS, JOCHUM and PETERSEN
SF 2070 A bill for an act relating to annual aircraft registration fees, and making appropriations.(See SF 2266.) SF 2266 KOELKER
SF 2071 A bill for an act relating to bingo games, including the price to play and the value of merchandise prizes. Effective date: 07/01/2024. SINCLAIR
SF 2072 A bill for an act relating to forms of payment for entry into an extracurricular interscholastic athletic contest or competition. EDLER
SF 2073 A bill for an act relating to electronic monitoring in long-term care facilities, and providing penalties. HF 537 DE WITT
SF 2074 A bill for an act relating to operating a motor vehicle after consuming medical cannabidiol, and including effective date provisions. SF 2225 ZAUN
SF 2075 A bill for an act relating to statewide voluntary preschool program students whose household income is below a certain amount, minimum hours required to be offered, and funding calculations.(See SF 2383.) SF 2383 EVANS
SF 2076 A bill for an act relating to county commissions of veteran affairs training, and making appropriations. HF 140 SALMON
SF 2077 A bill for an act making an appropriation to support efforts relating to commissioning the U.S.S. Iowa SSN 797, and including effective date provisions. HF 2525, HF 2640 ZAUN
SF 2078 A bill for an act relating to voter registration, including verification of voter citizenship. SALMON
SF 2079 A bill for an act relating to the use of automatic tabulating equipment and optical scan voting systems. SALMON
SF 2080 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. TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 2081 A bill for an act relating to Medicare supplement policies and an annual open enrollment period. HF 228, HF 462 ROZENBOOM
SF 2082 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid and children’s health insurance program coverage for mental health services provided in school-based settings. TRONE GARRIOTT, DONAHUE, WAHLS, JOCHUM, PETERSEN, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR, WEINER, GIDDENS, WINCKLER, CELSI, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, KNOX, BENNETT and QUIRMBACH
SF 2083 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid program improvements, making an appropriation, and providing penalties. JOCHUM, PETERSEN, TRONE GARRIOTT, DONAHUE, WAHLS, DOTZLER, T. TAYLOR, WEINER, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, CELSI, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, KNOX, BENNETT and QUIRMBACH
SF 2084 A bill for an act repealing the education savings account program. DONAHUE
SF 2085 A bill for an act relating to background checks for acquiring pistols or revolvers. WAHLS
SF 2086 A bill for an act exempting certain structures from inclusion in property assessments, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. ZUMBACH
SF 2087 A bill for an act relating to the therapeutic classroom incentive program by authorizing the expenditure of moneys for certain nutritional items and making appropriations. HF 2054 WESTRICH
SF 2088 A bill for an act providing for regulation of certain noncoal mine sites, including the reclamation of land above active underground mine sites disturbed by the formation of sinkholes, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. HF 2225 SINCLAIR
SF 2089 A bill for an act relating to ensuring the provision of accessible prescription-related measures for persons who are blind, have a visual impairment, or otherwise have print disabilities. SF 2022, HF 2252, HF 2456 BISIGNANO
SF 2090 A bill for an act exempting persons operating certain combinations of vehicles from commercial driver’s license requirements and hazardous materials transportation regulations. ZUMBACH
SF 2091 A bill for an act relating to emergency medical services special registration plates. J. TAYLOR
SF 2092 A bill for an act allowing radiologists to participate in the rural Iowa primary care loan repayment program. HF 2110 J. TAYLOR
SF 2093 A bill for an act relating to the rights of parents, guardians, and minors including those relating to gender transition procedure-related activities for minors, and providing effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. DONAHUE
SF 2094 A bill for an act establishing the state percent of growth and the categorical state percent of growth for supplemental state aid calculations for the budget year beginning July 1, 2024, and including effective date provisions. DONAHUE
SF 2095 A bill for an act relating to the exercise of religion, and including effective date and applicability provisions. Effective date: 04/02/2024. HF 2454 HF 229 SCHULTZ
SF 2096 A bill for an act repealing gender balance requirements for appointive bodies. Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2540 SF 136 SCHULTZ
SF 2097 A bill for an act relating to hazardous liquid pipelines, including the establishment of setbacks and safety regulations, specified utility construction project requirements, pipeline project investor disclosures, voluntary easement negotiation requirements, and provisions for land surveys in connection with hazardous liquid pipeline construction projects, and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 368, HF 565 SALMON, GUTH, WESTRICH, GREEN, ALONS, EVANS, ROWLEY, J. TAYLOR and LOFGREN
SF 2098 A bill for an act relating to overtime pay earned by state employees. BOULTON
SF 2099 A bill for an act relating to applications for permits to construct electric transmission lines, pipelines and underground storage facilities, and hazardous liquid pipelines, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions. SF 346 GUTH, EVANS, SALMON, ALONS, J. TAYLOR, GREEN, WESTRICH, ROWLEY and LOFGREN
SF 2100 A bill for an act relating to workers’ compensation benefits involving violations of occupational safety and health or child labor laws, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. BOULTON
SF 2101 A bill for an act creating the Iowa our care, our options Act, and providing penalties. HF 533, HF 612, HF 2288 BOULTON
SF 2102 A bill for an act relating to common interest communities and unit owner associations and the display of the American flag.(Formerly SSB 3039.) COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2103 A bill for an act requiring that school districts post information on mental health resources online. HF 2107 J. TAYLOR
SF 2104 A bill for an act relating to payments to child care providers participating in the state child care assistance program. WEINER
SF 2105 A bill for an act raising the maximum amount of additional weighting a school district may receive for sharing operational functions and including applicability provisions. EVANS
SF 2106 A bill for an act relating to claims for unemployment insurance benefits and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 3093.) HF 2524 COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 2107 A bill for an act relating to domestic violence education requirements for the issuance and renewal of certain professional licenses. J. TAYLOR
SF 2108 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a transactional currency based on gold and silver held in a bullion depository approved by the treasurer of state, and providing fees. HF 2228 ALONS, EVANS, SWEENEY, GUTH, SHIPLEY, LOFGREN, GREEN, SALMON, J. TAYLOR, ROWLEY, ZAUN, REICHMAN, KNOX, McCLINTOCK and WESTRICH
SF 2109 A bill for an act relating to the driving privileges of persons under eighteen years of age, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 3097.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2463 COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 2110 A bill for an act relating to notice of agency sales of unused highway right-of-way.(Formerly SSB 3032.) HF 2186 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2111 A bill for an act relating to the closure of railway crossings for repairs or upgrades, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 503, SF 242.) SF 503 SF 242 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2112 A bill for an act relating to the railroad revolving loan and grant fund by making moneys available for certain projects and prioritizing grants and loans for certain purposes.(Formerly SF 502, SF 273.) SF 273, SF 502 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2113 A bill for an act relating to required railway crossing signs, signals, and gate arms.(Formerly SF 501, SF 349.) SF 349, SF 501 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2114 A bill for an act relating to the payment of costs by railroad track owners and railroad corporations for certain railroad construction, maintenance, and other related projects.(Formerly SF 500, SF 403.) SF 403, SF 500 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2115 A bill for an act relating to additional penalties for certain violations against bicyclists causing serious injury or death committed by a person operating a motor vehicle.(Formerly SF 16.) SF 16, HF 63, HF 422 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2116 A bill for an act relating to nonpedestrian travel on roadways based on lane designations, including the manner of overtaking other vehicles, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 3090.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2117 A bill for an act relating to personal information of the previous owner of a motor vehicle.(Formerly SSB 3033.) HF 2185 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2118 A bill for an act establishing a state health insurance marketplace study committee. TRONE GARRIOTT, DONAHUE, WAHLS, JOCHUM and PETERSEN
SF 2119 A bill for an act relating to driver’s license privileges for students who are truant. EVANS
SF 2120 A bill for an act concerning eligibility for unemployment benefits. SF 226, HF 2173 BOULTON and McCLINTOCK
SF 2121 A bill for an act relating to bonds and insurance policies for public officers. HF 2398 ROWLEY
SF 2122 A bill for an act relating to the prescribing, ordering, dispensing, and administering authority of pharmacists and practitioners. SALMON
SF 2123 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of short-term rental properties by counties and cities. HF 296, SF 347 ROWLEY
SF 2124 A bill for an act relating to tax collections for buildings or improvements erected or made by a person on land owned by another person. HF 2566 HF 2654 ROWLEY
SF 2125 A bill for an act establishing the United States army reserve service scholarship program within the college student aid commission. HF 2023, HF 2144 HF 481 BOUSSELOT
SF 2126 A bill for an act providing for a veterans’ benefits and services poster for employers to display in the workplace. SF 465, SF 2406 DAWSON
SF 2127 A bill for an act relating to voter records created and retained by the state commissioner of elections and county commissioners of elections. SF 341 SALMON
SF 2128 A bill for an act relating to rental deposits by requiring certain disclosures by landlords when withholding rental deposits from tenants. DICKEY
SF 2129 A bill for an act protecting religious liberty and state sovereignty relating to marriage. HF 508 SALMON
SF 2130 A bill for an act concerning persons appointed to a convention called by the United States Congress to propose amendments to the United States Constitution, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. HF 2116 HF 34, HF 336 GREEN
SF 2131 A bill for an act relating to lobbying activities of former or future executive or administrative heads of licensing boards, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable. LOFGREN
SF 2132 A bill for an act requiring boards of directors of school districts and the authorities in charge of accredited nonpublic schools to adopt policies related to excusing the absences of students enrolled in grades nine through twelve for civic or political events. HF 2286 DONAHUE
SF 2133 A bill for an act creating a jobs and infrastructure revolving fund and program administered by the Iowa finance authority, and making appropriations.(See SF 2413.) SF 2413 BOUSSELOT
SF 2134 A bill for an act relating to the penalty for public employees and public officials taking money from a public employer, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 2336.) SF 2336 HF 2453 WEBSTER
SF 2135 A bill for an act relating to the right to contraception. WAHLS, TRONE GARRIOTT and BENNETT
SF 2136 A bill for an act relating to sexual exploitation of a minor by the creation, adaptation, or modification of a visual depiction to give the appearance that an identifiable minor is engaged in a prohibited sexual act or the simulation of a prohibited sexual act, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 2243.) HF 2049, HF 2241, SF 2243 SF 2217 ALONS
SF 2137 A bill for an act relating to provision of the state family planning services under the Medicaid program, and including effective date and repeal provisions. HF 689 TRONE GARRIOTT, DONAHUE, WAHLS, JOCHUM, PETERSEN, BOULTON, WINCKLER, T. TAYLOR, WEINER, CELSI, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, KNOX, BENNETT, QUIRMBACH and GIDDENS
SF 2138 A bill for an act relating to the administration of social, academic, and emotional behavior risk screener tools by school districts, charter schools, and innovation zone schools. SCHULTZ
SF 2139 A bill for an act relating to autologous and directed blood donations.(See SF 2369.) SF 2369 EDLER
SF 2140 A bill for an act relating to the display of a validation sticker on a vehicle registration plate.(See SF 2310.) SF 2310 SCHULTZ
SF 2141 A bill for an act relating to the ordering and dispensing of self-administered hormonal contraceptives by a pharmacist pursuant to statewide protocols. TRONE GARRIOTT, DONAHUE, WAHLS, JOCHUM, PETERSEN, BOULTON, WINCKLER, T. TAYLOR, WEINER, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, KNOX, BENNETT, QUIRMBACH and GIDDENS
SF 2142 A bill for an act relating to multiyear continuous eligibility and enrollment for children under Medicaid and the children’s health insurance program. PETERSEN, JOCHUM, WAHLS, DONAHUE and TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 2143 A bill for an act relating to the maximum weight of vehicles powered primarily by natural gas or electric battery, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 3088.) HF 2447 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2144 A bill for an act relating to certain reporting requirements of the department of transportation.(Formerly SSB 3034.) HF 2187 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2145 A bill for an act limiting the release of personal information maintained by the department of transportation to out-of-state persons, and making penalties applicable.(See SF 2280.) SF 2280 DICKEY
SF 2146 A bill for an act concerning presumptions relating to the occurrence of cancers for purposes of providing benefits under the municipal fire and police retirement system. EDLER
SF 2147 A bill for an act relating to gift card fraud notice.(See SF 2334.) HF 2251, SF 2334 KLIMESH
SF 2148 A bill for an act relating to the provision of emergency medical services by a physician and surgeon or osteopathic physician and surgeon and the definition of first responder. HF 2258, HF 2411, HF 2507 DRISCOLL
SF 2149 A bill for an act relating to immunization information requested on a medical examiner investigation form. SF 99, SF 238 GUTH
SF 2150 A bill for an act incorporating provisions related to pregnancy and fetal development into the human growth and development and health curriculum provided by school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, charter schools, and innovation zone schools to students enrolled in grades one through twelve. HF 2031 HF 2617 ALONS, SALMON, J. TAYLOR, GUTH and GREEN
SF 2151 A bill for an act relating to the establishment, repair, and improvement of drainage and levee districts, including by requiring proof of professional liability insurance by civil engineers and providing for rights of landowners. GUTH
SF 2152 A bill for an act relating to employer recordkeeping and auditing requirements for purposes of unemployment insurance and including applicability provisions. DICKEY and KLIMESH
SF 2153 A bill for an act relating to the insurance commissioner’s authority concerning insurance producers, business entity producers, and preneed sellers.(Formerly SSB 3081.) HF 2263 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2154 A bill for an act relating to building design element regulation by governmental subdivisions, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 174, SF 43.) SF 43, SF 174, HF 490 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2155 A bill for an act relating to snowmobile registrations and nonresident user permits, providing fees, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 3067; See SF 2423.) SF 2423 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2156 A bill for an act requiring that land within a levee or drainage district be included in an abstract of title.(Formerly SSB 3066.) COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2157 A bill for an act relating to the operation of off-road utility vehicles on state park road systems.(Formerly SF 2042.) SF 2042, HF 2118 HF 2237 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2158 A bill for an act relating to public safety telecommunicators.(Formerly SSB 3030.) HF 2163 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2159 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for biomarker testing.(Formerly SSB 3001.) HF 2157, HF 2492, HF 2668 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2160 A bill for an act relating to ambulatory surgical centers. (Formerly SSB 3096.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2324 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 2161 A bill for an act relating to false reports to or communications with public safety entities, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 3026.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2165 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2162 A bill for an act relating to the address confidentiality program.(Formerly SSB 3037.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2163 A bill for an act relating to medical income assistance trust fees.(Formerly SSB 3012.) HF 2135 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2164 A bill for an act relating to earned time applied to reduce certain mandatory minimum sentences.(Formerly SF 2016.) SF 61, SF 78, SF 2016, HF 2191 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2165 A bill for an act relating to remote court proceedings.(Formerly SSB 3022.) HF 2094 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2166 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa public employees’ retirement system by modifying the retirement benefits of sheriffs and deputy sheriffs. HF 2535 BOUSSELOT
SF 2167 A bill for an act providing for the direct shipment of beer, and including effective date provisions. HF 260 SHIPLEY
SF 2168 A bill for an act providing for the direct shipment of alcoholic liquor, and including effective date provisions. HF 83, HF 2629, HF 2670 SHIPLEY
SF 2169 A bill for an act relating to the disposition of unclaimed property held by banking or financial organizations, and gift certificates known as chamber bucks, and including retroactive applicability provisions. HF 2036 REICHMAN
SF 2170 A bill for an act relating to human trafficking including parole and work release and victim counselors, and guardian ad litem appointments for prosecuting witnesses with mental disabilities.(Formerly SSB 3027.) HF 2460 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2171 A bill for an act permitting leaders of the general assembly to file amicus curiae briefs in appellate proceedings. (Formerly SSB 3099.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2172 A bill for an act relating to the issuance of a search warrant.(Formerly SSB 3010.) HF 2190 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2173 A bill for an act relating to insurance companies acting as surety for bail bonds, including licensure requirements to act as a bail enforcement agent or business.(Formerly SSB 3024.) HF 2164 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2174 A bill for an act relating to an assault committed by a person against whom a protective order is issued, and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 3029.) HF 2098 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2175 A bill for an act relating to medical malpractice by exempting claims involving sexual assault from the limitations on noneconomic damages. PETERSEN
SF 2176 A bill for an act relating to obscenity, including the exposure of a minor to an obscene performance and admittance of a minor to a premises with obscene performances, establishing a private civil cause of action, and providing penalties. SALMON
SF 2177 A bill for an act relating to sexual abuse evidence collection kits, including testing, retention, and inventory requirements. SF 70, HF 441 PETERSEN
SF 2178 A bill for an act establishing certain privileges for communications made regarding incidents of sexual assault, harassment, or discrimination and creating a special motion for expedited relief in such actions. PETERSEN
SF 2179 A bill for an act relating to the victim compensation fund. HF 2025 PETERSEN
SF 2180 A bill for an act relating to bestiality and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 2018.) SF 2018, HF 2318 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2181 A bill for an act relating to the acquisition of water, sanitary sewer, and storm water utilities by rate-regulated public utilities.(Formerly SSB 1097.) HF 2101 HF 56, HF 473 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2182 A bill for an act relating to rights of a parent or guardian including rights relating to medical care and education, and providing for a private cause of action. SINCLAIR
SF 2183 A bill for an act extending the repeal date of the Iowa cell siting Act.(Formerly SSB 3003.) HF 2175 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 2184 A bill for an act relating to the filing of certain reports with the Iowa ethics and campaign disclosure board.(Formerly SSB 3060.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2185 A bill for an act modifying requirements related to obtaining a transitional coaching authorization from the board of educational examiners.(Formerly SSB 3049.) HF 2150 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2186 A bill for an act relating to harassment and extortion involving a person whose image was used in creating, adapting, or modifying a photograph or film, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 3004.) COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 2187 A bill for an act relating to the use of video conferences in judicial proceedings, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 400, SSB 1014.) SF 400 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 2188 A bill for an act relating to the reporting requirements of community colleges in connection with moneys deposited in the community colleges’ workforce training and economic development funds.(Formerly SSB 3046.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2189 A bill for an act relating to the use of moneys appropriated to support therapeutic classrooms, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3044.) HF 2631 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2190 A bill for an act relating to school district enrollment calculations for the purposes of the secure an advanced vision for education fund. (Formerly SF 2006.) SF 2006 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2191 A bill for an act relating to the development of a policy governing responses to a fire alarm activated on school grounds outside of a scheduled fire drill by school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, charter schools, and innovation zone schools, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 2017.) SF 2017 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2192 A bill for an act relating to the state board of education’s duties in connection with the core curriculum.(Formerly SSB 3045.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2193 A bill for an act relating to disaster aid including the disaster aid individual assistance grant fund and program and the disaster case advocacy grant fund and program.(Formerly SSB 3061.) HF 2167 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2194 A bill for an act relating to the department of administrative services’ process for managing the physical resources of state government, including the selection of state employees’ office space.(Formerly SSB 3053.) HF 2425 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2195 A bill for an act relating to reading instruction, including modifying provisions related to the language arts instruction provided to students enrolled in kindergarten through grade three and the preparation in reading theory provided by practitioner preparation programs, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3069.) HF 2618 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2196 A bill for an act relating to the provision of information relating to school immunization exemptions.(Formerly SF 2003.) SF 2003, HF 2045 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2197 A bill for an act providing for purchases made by nonprofit corporations when performing public functions. COURNOYER
SF 2198 A bill for an act relating to surface water quality by requiring the establishment and maintenance of riparian protection measures, providing for financing, and providing penalties. HF 2029 HF 581 WEINER, CELSI, WINCKLER, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH and DONAHUE
SF 2199 A bill for an act relating to county and city regulation of rental housing. HF 2273 WEINER
SF 2200 A bill for an act relating to the placement of a police officer on a Brady-Giglio list, including the right of a police officer to petition the court and the standard of proof required for actions regarding such placement.(See SF 2338.) HF 2295, SF 2338 HF 2592 COURNOYER
SF 2201 A bill for an act providing for limitations on workplace inspections under the federal and state occupational safety and health laws and providing remedies and penalties.(Formerly SSB 3104.) COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 2202 A bill for an act relating to a proclamation of disaster emergency and the disaster aid contingent fund.(Formerly SSB 3062.) HF 2308 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2203 A bill for an act relating to the inspection obligations of the department of inspections, appeals, and licensing associated with hotel sanitation.(Formerly SSB 3064.) HF 2426 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2204 A bill for an act relating to interests in agricultural land acquired or held by foreign businesses, foreign governments, or nonresident aliens, or by agents, trustees, or fiduciaries thereof, by providing for registration and reporting requirements, providing for enforcement, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 3113.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2483 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 2205 A bill for an act relating to requirements for the hiring of civil service positions. (Formerly SF 454, SF 266.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. SF 266, SF 454 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2206 A bill for an act relating to participation in school activities by students enrolled in charter schools.(Formerly SSB 3072.) COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2207 A bill for an act relating to meat and poultry inspection, by providing an exception for certain establishments engaged in the slaughter of poultry and the preparation of poultry products on a custom basis.(Formerly SSB 3031.) HF 2257 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 2208 A bill for an act relating to the standards of practice relating to the prescribing of certain pain medications. WEINER, CELSI, QUIRMBACH, WINCKLER, TRONE GARRIOTT, PETERSEN and DONAHUE
SF 2209 A bill for an act relating to agriculture, by providing for the administration of programs and regulations, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3052; See SF 2410.) HF 2510, HF 2641 SF 2410 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 2210 A bill for an act relating to Satanic displays or Satanic worship on property of the state and its political subdivisions. HF 2370 SALMON
SF 2211 A bill for an act relating to illegal reentry into the state by certain aliens, prohibition on arrest in certain locations, orders to return to a foreign nation, immunity from liability and indemnification for enforcement actions, sentencing restrictions, and providing penalties.(See SF 2340.) SF 2228, HF 2381, SF 2340, HF 2567 SALMON
SF 2212 A bill for an act relating to local civil rights commissions.(See SF 2329.) SF 2329 WEBSTER
SF 2213 A bill for an act relating to minors using mobile devices, including protections for minors and civil liability. HF 2114 SALMON
SF 2214 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for prescription insulin drugs. HF 502, HF 694, SF 2062 KOELKER
SF 2215 A bill for an act relating to public retirement systems by allowing for the forfeiture of certain portions of the pension of a public employee who commits felony theft from a public employer. ZAUN
SF 2216 A bill for an act relating to law enforcement officer staffing requirements for cities and counties. ZAUN
SF 2217 A bill for an act relating to sexual exploitation of a minor, and making penalties applicable. HF 2049, SF 2136, HF 2241, SF 2243 WESTRICH, ROZENBOOM and ZAUN
SF 2218 A bill for an act relating to conventional human drivers physically present in certain driverless-capable vehicles, and making penalties applicable. WAHLS
SF 2219 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of access to obscene material by minors on social media platforms, and including effective date provisions. PETERSEN
SF 2220 A bill for an act relating to noneconomic, punitive, and exemplary damage awards against health care providers and hospitals. DONAHUE
SF 2221 A bill for an act relating to payment card transactions involving firearms and ammunition, and providing civil penalties. HF 2464 SCHULTZ
SF 2222 A bill for an act relating to county board of supervisors’ approval of sanitary district tax levies, and including applicability provisions. KLIMESH
SF 2223 A bill for an act relating to children and students, including by modifying provisions related to a parent’s or guardian’s rights to make decisions affecting the parent’s or guardian’s child, the educational program and human growth and development curriculum provided to students enrolled in school districts, charter schools, and innovation zone schools, student health screenings, school district library programs, special education, and other duties of school districts and the governing boards of charter schools and innovation zone schools. DONAHUE
SF 2224 A bill for an act relating to tort liability in civil actions involving commercial motor vehicles, including employer liability, noneconomic damages, punitive damages, and exemplary damages. DONAHUE
SF 2225 A bill for an act relating to operating a motor vehicle after consuming medical cannabidiol, and including effective date provisions. SF 2074 BENNETT
SF 2226 A bill for an act relating to county compensation boards and salary increases for elected county officers. SF 18, HF 43, HF 2345, HF 2514 KLIMESH
SF 2227 A bill for an act relating to obscene material available on devices and imposing civil liability on platforms who publish or distribute obscene material on the internet and including effective date provisions. SALMON, WESTRICH, EVANS, ROWLEY, SWEENEY, EDLER, GUTH, COSTELLO, GREEN, ALONS, LOFGREN and SHIPLEY
SF 2228 A bill for an act relating to illegal reentry into the state by certain aliens, prohibition on arrest in certain locations, orders to return to a foreign nation, immunity from liability and indemnification for enforcement actions, sentencing restrictions, and providing penalties. SF 2211, HF 2381, SF 2340, HF 2567 WESTRICH
SF 2229 A bill for an act prohibiting political subdivisions from purchasing or acquiring certain fire fighting or fire-suppressing foam containing perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances. WESTRICH
SF 2230 A bill for an act relating to contracts between a publisher and a library for electronic literary materials, and providing civil penalties.(See SF 2320.) SF 2320 J. TAYLOR
SF 2231 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of styles and materials used for residential building exteriors. (Formerly SSB 3040.) HF 2388 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2232 A bill for an act establishing a retirement savings plan trust, and including implementation provisions. HF 2632 PETERSEN, BOULTON, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER, KNOX, CELSI, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, JOCHUM, QUIRMBACH, WEINER, TRONE GARRIOTT, WAHLS, BENNETT, T. TAYLOR and DONAHUE
SF 2233 A bill for an act modifying the periods of time to bring civil actions by victims of sexual abuse, human trafficking, or sexual exploitation. PETERSEN, BOULTON, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER, KNOX, CELSI, WINCKLER, GIDDENS, JOCHUM, WEINER, TRONE GARRIOTT, BENNETT, WAHLS, T. TAYLOR, DONAHUE and QUIRMBACH
SF 2234 A bill for an act providing for a study committee to determine the costs to the state, individuals, and families associated with the enforcement of marijuana laws. BENNETT
SF 2235 A bill for an act creating a lifetime fur harvester license for disabled veterans.(Formerly SSB 3125; See SF 2407.) SF 2407 COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS
SF 2236 A bill for an act relating to the treasurer of state’s duties, including Iowa educational savings plan trust and Iowa ABLE savings plan trust requirements and disposition of unclaimed property, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3116.) HF 2537, HF 2667 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2237 A bill for an act relating to certain emergency services provided by a city.(Formerly SF 214, SSB 1091.) SF 214, HF 2578 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2238 A bill for an act relating to prescription drug affordability, including the creation of a prescription drug affordability board. HF 2408 DONAHUE, TRONE GARRIOTT, PETERSEN, JOCHUM and WAHLS
SF 2239 A bill for an act relating to telemarketing consumer frauds and modifying civil penalties. WAHLS
SF 2240 A bill for an act limiting campaign contributions, and making penalties applicable. HF 2222 WAHLS
SF 2241 A bill for an act relating to the baiting of deer on public or private property and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 2013.) SF 2013 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2242 A bill for an act relating to special landowner deer hunting licenses.(Formerly SF 2043.) HF 2015, SF 2043 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2243 A bill for an act relating to sexual exploitation of a minor by the creation, adaptation, or modification of a visual depiction to give the appearance that an identifiable minor is engaged in a prohibited sexual act or the simulation of a prohibited sexual act, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 2136.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2049, SF 2136, HF 2241 SF 2217 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 2244 A bill for an act relating to rate-regulated electric utilities and integrated resource plans. KLIMESH
SF 2245 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. HF 2115, HF 2297 WEINER, CELSI, WINCKLER, PETERSEN, TRONE GARRIOTT, DOTZLER and DONAHUE
SF 2246 A bill for an act relating to duties of the department of administrative services.(Formerly SSB 3054.) HF 2314 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2247 A bill for an act relating to trigger locks for firearms, including the establishment of a public safety trigger lock fund and requiring trigger locks on certain firearms, and providing penalties. HF 2439 WEINER, TRONE GARRIOTT, CELSI and DONAHUE
SF 2248 A bill for an act providing for the establishment of a nonprofit security grant program, and making appropriations. WEINER, CELSI, WINCKLER, PETERSEN, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, BOULTON, DOTZLER and DONAHUE
SF 2249 A bill for an act prohibiting conversion therapy for certain clients, and providing penalties. WEINER, QUIRMBACH, PETERSEN, TRONE GARRIOTT, CELSI, BOULTON, DOTZLER and DONAHUE
SF 2250 A bill for an act relating to the creation of an Iowa cancer research program, and making an appropriation. WEINER, CELSI, WINCKLER, PETERSEN, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, BOULTON, DOTZLER and DONAHUE
SF 2251 A bill for an act relating to eligibility for pregnant women and infants under the Medicaid program, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 3140.) Effective date: 01/01/2025. HF 2583 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 2252 A bill for an act relating to the more options for maternal support program, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3114.) Effective date: 04/10/2024. Applicability date: 07/01/2022. HF 2057, HF 2267 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 2253 A bill for an act establishing a mental health firearm safety fund. WEINER, CELSI, WINCKLER, TRONE GARRIOTT and PETERSEN
SF 2254 A bill for an act relating to the accurate completion and the correction of death certificates. LOFGREN
SF 2255 A bill for an act making appropriations to supplement federal moneys received to fund 988 suicide and crisis lifeline services. WEINER, T. TAYLOR, PETERSEN, BOULTON, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER, DONAHUE, WINCKLER, CELSI, JOCHUM, KNOX, WAHLS and TRONE GARRIOTT
SF 2256 A bill for an act establishing license fees for food processing plants. HF 2444 HF 2682 GREEN
SF 2257 A bill for an act creating a child tax credit available against the individual income tax, and including retroactive applicability provisions. WEINER, CELSI, WINCKLER, TRONE GARRIOTT, PETERSEN, BOULTON, DOTZLER and DONAHUE
SF 2258 A bill for an act relating to school funding by establishing the state percent of growth and the categorical state percent of growth for the budget year beginning July 1, 2024, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3122.) HF 2613 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2259 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa educational savings plan trust by expanding the definition of qualified educational expenses and apprenticeship programs for purposes of withdrawals qualifying for an individual income tax exclusion, and including retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3128; See SF 2440.) SF 2440 COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 2260 A bill for an act relating to work-based learning, including by repealing provisions related to regional industry sector partnerships and the statewide work-based learning intermediary network, establishing the workforce opportunity fund within the department of workforce development, modifying provisions related to career and technical education, student teacher requirements for students with substitute teaching or para-educator experience, and the future ready Iowa skilled workforce last-dollar scholarship program, and making appropriations.(Formerly SSB 3143; See SF 2411.) HF 2516, SF 2411, HF 2703 COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 2261 A bill for an act relating to operating-while-intoxicated offenses, including temporary restricted licenses and ignition interlock devices, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3015.) Effective date: 01/01/2025. Applicability date: 01/01/2025. HF 2423 HF 624 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2262 A bill for an act relating to a probation officer’s access to confidential information filed with the court for securing an arrest or search warrant. (Formerly SF 2002.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. SF 2002, HF 2058, HF 2238 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2263 A bill for an act relating to the privacy and safety of inmates of a correctional facility, establishing a private cause of action, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3084.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2264 A bill for an act relating to criminal identification and criminal history and intelligence data, including fingerprints and palm prints.(Formerly SSB 3017.) HF 2315 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2265 A bill for an act relating to first responder identification cards.(Formerly SF 2012.) SF 2012, HF 2012, HF 2530 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2266 A bill for an act relating to annual aircraft registration fees, and making appropriations.(Formerly SF 2070.) SF 2070 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2267 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle window tint, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 491, SF 350.) SF 350, SF 491, HF 2037 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2268 A bill for an act relating to assistance animals and service animals, including reasonable accommodations for housing and requirements for findings of disabilities. Effective date: 07/01/2024. WEBSTER
SF 2269 A bill for an act relating to the use or creation of bots to purchase event tickets on the internet, and providing civil penalties.(See SF 2322.) SF 2322 REICHMAN
SF 2270 A bill for an act relating to juvenile justice policies and procedures. J. TAYLOR
SF 2271 A bill for an act relating to the availability to the public of certain deceased individuals’ anonymized biographical information and immunization record data. ALONS
SF 2272 A bill for an act relating to consumer data protection, and including effective date provisions.(See SF 2321.) SF 2321 ALONS
SF 2273 A bill for an act recognizing gold and silver coin as legal tender. HF 2229 ALONS
SF 2274 A bill for an act requiring the department of natural resources to conduct a study related to pelican predation.(See SF 2326.) SF 2326 COURNOYER
SF 2275 A bill for an act requiring notice to the general assembly in appellate actions regarding the constitutionality of a statute and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3098.) Effective date: 04/19/2024. COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2276 A bill for an act relating to previous law enforcement certification by other states.(Formerly SSB 3008.) HF 2603 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2277 A bill for an act relating to investigation by a sheriff of an employee who is an immediate family member of the sheriff.(Formerly SF 2014.) SF 2014 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2278 A bill for an act relating to information required for nonresidents who apply for vehicle registration and issuance of a certificate of title.(Formerly SSB 3105.) COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2279 A bill for an act relating to assaults, including assaults on persons engaged in certain occupations and inmate assaults on department of corrections employees, and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 3023.) HF 2302 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2280 A bill for an act limiting the release of personal information maintained by the department of transportation to out-of-state persons, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 2145.) SF 2145 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2281 A bill for an act making appropriations to the department of transportation to award grants for infrastructure improvement projects at national cemeteries located within certain communities, and including effective date provisions. JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT, GIDDENS, WINCKLER, WAHLS, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, WEINER and BOULTON
SF 2282 A bill for an act relating to robbery in the first degree, robbery in the second degree, and the applicable statutes of limitations.(Formerly SSB 3051.) HF 2248 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2283 A bill for an act relating to county supervisors, concerning county supervisor representation plans and county supervisor vacancies, and including effective date provisions. HF 116, HF 281, SF 314, SF 443, SF 2061, HF 2179, SF 2439 DRISCOLL
SF 2284 A bill for an act relating to the department of health and human services’ aftercare service program, including eligibility and benefits. EDLER
SF 2285 A bill for an act relating to the elimination of certain required reports by and duties of the department of health and human services, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3123.) Effective date: 04/10/2024. Applicability date: 01/01/2024. COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 2286 A bill for an act relating to protections for health care institutions, health care payors, and medical practitioners including those related to the exercise of a right of conscience, whistleblower activities, and free speech, and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 3006.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2287 A bill for an act relating to points and fees charged on loans by mortgage bankers.(Formerly SSB 3077.) HF 2266 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2288 A bill for an act relating to bank utilization of filing services offered by the secretary of state.(Formerly SSB 3080; See SF 2404.) SF 2404 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2289 A bill for an act relating to economic development and energy shortages under the purview of the economic development authority and governor, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 3109.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2450 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2290 A bill for an act relating to the wholesaling of residential property by a wholesaler, and providing civil penalties.(Formerly SSB 3133.) HF 2394 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2291 A bill for an act relating to real estate brokers and brokerage agreements. (Formerly SSB 3132.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2552 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2292 A bill for an act relating to regulation of vessels and equipment on public lakes by common interest communities and certain nonprofit corporations.(Formerly SSB 3153.) HF 2485 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2293 A bill for an act relating to reinsurance requirements for county and state mutual insurance associations.(Formerly SSB 3083.) HF 2100 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2294 A bill for an act relating to money transmission services, providing penalties, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3110.) HF 2262 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2295 A bill for an act relating to certain powers and duties of the department of inspections, appeals, and licensing including confidentiality of information and records, and dependent adult abuse, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 3095.) HF 2390 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2296 A bill for an act allowing police service dogs to receive emergency veterinary medical services while on duty.(Formerly SF 2031.) SF 299, SF 539, SF 2031 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2297 A bill for an act relating to the investment of funds by life insurance companies and associations.(Formerly SSB 3108.) HF 2405 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2298 A bill for an act relating to mortgage administration and mortgage servicers.(Formerly SSB 3111.) HF 2392 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2299 A bill for an act relating to prohibited conduct of a brewer with regard to wholesaler agreements.(Formerly SSB 3076.) HF 2277 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2300 A bill for an act relating to public utilities, including energy production, public utility affiliates, and cable and video service.(Formerly SSB 3075.) HF 2279 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2301 A bill for an act relating to county and city fire safety regulation. WESTRICH
SF 2302 A bill for an act relating to students who require special emotional, social, or behavioral supports in education, including calculations for funding and the establishment of regional special schools, and making appropriations. BROWN
SF 2303 A bill for an act relating to the personal needs allowance for residents of certain facilities under the Medicaid program, and providing an appropriation. CELSI, DONAHUE, WEINER, T. TAYLOR, JOCHUM, WINCKLER, TRONE GARRIOTT, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER, PETERSEN, KNOX, BOULTON, QUIRMBACH, WAHLS and BENNETT
SF 2304 A bill for an act relating to oversight for long-term care facilities, providing penalties, making an appropriation, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. CELSI, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, T. TAYLOR, PETERSEN, WEINER, QUIRMBACH, JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT, WINCKLER, KNOX, WAHLS and BENNETT
SF 2305 A bill for an act relating to support of direct care services and the direct care workforce, establishing a state minimum hourly wage for direct care workers under the Medicaid program, and including applicability provisions. CELSI, DONAHUE, DOTZLER, BISIGNANO, BOULTON, T. TAYLOR, PETERSEN, WEINER, QUIRMBACH, JOCHUM, TRONE GARRIOTT, WINCKLER, KNOX, WAHLS and BENNETT
SF 2306 A bill for an act relating to options for long-term care, and making appropriations. CELSI, DONAHUE, WEINER, JOCHUM, BISIGNANO, DOTZLER, TRONE GARRIOTT, T. TAYLOR, WINCKLER, KNOX, BOULTON, PETERSEN, QUIRMBACH, WAHLS and BENNETT
SF 2307 A bill for an act relating to private investigative agencies and security agents, and providing penalties. BOUSSELOT
SF 2308 A bill for an act providing an alternative to filing a bond as a condition of registering and titling certain motor vehicles.(Formerly SSB 3035.) HF 2316 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2309 A bill for an act relating to drivers who fail to stop at stop signs in school zones, and providing penalties.(Formerly SF 2051.) SF 2051 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2310 A bill for an act relating to the display of a validation sticker on a vehicle registration plate.(Formerly SF 2140.) SF 2140 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2311 A bill for an act relating to audits of state entities by certified public accountants. BOUSSELOT
SF 2312 A bill for an act relating to the amount of compensation paid to school district employees, including by establishing an educator supplement for all fund to be administered by the department of education, and modifying the amount of compensation paid to teachers, certain employees with a license, endorsement, certification, authorization, or statement of recognition issued by the board of educational examiners, and teaching assistants, and making appropriations. DONAHUE
SF 2313 A bill for an act relating to 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 458 DONAHUE
SF 2314 A bill for an act relating to third-party testers and test examiners authorized to administer knowledge and final field tests to persons seeking a driver’s permit or driver’s license.(Formerly SSB 3086.) HF 456 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2315 A bill for an act relating to the midwest interstate passenger rail compact, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3091.) HF 591 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SF 2316 A bill for an act relating to the acquisition and disposition of property by the department of natural resources. GREEN
SF 2317 A bill for an act relating to state and district judicial nominating commissions and county magistrate appointing commissions. GARRETT
SF 2318 A bill for an act relating to the publication of synthetic media concerning an election, and providing penalties. HF 2499 BENNETT
SF 2319 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. SF 120 BENNETT
SF 2320 A bill for an act relating to contracts between a publisher and a library for electronic literary materials, and providing civil penalties.(Formerly SF 2230.) SF 2230 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 2321 A bill for an act relating to consumer data protection, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 2272.) SF 2272 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 2322 A bill for an act relating to the use or creation of bots to purchase event tickets on the internet, and providing civil penalties.(Formerly SF 2269.) SF 2269 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 2323 A bill for an act relating to the right to try Act.(Formerly SSB 3170.) HF 2290 COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 2324 A bill for an act relating to restrictions on the acquisition of real property by the department of natural resources.(Formerly SSB 3129.) HF 2104 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2325 A bill for an act relating to city civil service employees and related procedures and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 457, SF 231.) SF 231, SF 457 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2326 A bill for an act requiring the department of natural resources to conduct a study related to pelican predation.(Formerly SF 2274.) SF 2274 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2327 A bill for an act relating to underground storage tanks, including repealing the Iowa comprehensive petroleum underground storage tank fund and eliminating the Iowa comprehensive petroleum underground storage tank fund board, making appropriations, and including effective date and transition provisions. (Formerly SSB 3177; See SF 2414.) HF 2588 HF 2646, SF 2414 COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2328 A bill for an act relating to deer hunting licenses issued as a result of a deer-motor vehicle collision.(Formerly SSB 3160.) COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2329 A bill for an act relating to local civil rights commissions.(Formerly SF 2212.) SF 2212 COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2330 A bill for an act relating to civil service hiring processes. WESTRICH
SF 2331 A bill for an act relating to publication requirements for official publications, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 3107.) Effective date: 04/10/2024, 07/01/2024, 07/01/2025. COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 2332 A bill for an act relating to computer science instruction, including by modifying provisions related to the graduation requirements, the computer science instruction provided to students enrolled in grades nine through twelve, computer science instruction endorsements and authorizations issued by the board of educational examiners, and the computer science professional development incentive fund.(Formerly SSB 3171.) COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
SF 2333 A bill for an act relating to the powers of public and nonpublic schools and political subdivisions regarding the sale, lease, or transfer of real property for educational purposes.(Formerly SSB 3112.) COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SF 2334 A bill for an act relating to gift card fraud notice.(Formerly SF 2147.) SF 2147, HF 2251 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2335 A bill for an act relating to the licensure of medical cannabidiol dispensaries. (Formerly SSB 3100.) HF 2659 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2336 A bill for an act relating to the penalty for public employees and public officials taking money from a public employer, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 2134.) SF 2134 HF 2453 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2337 A bill for an act relating to traffic violations and enforcement, including the use of an electronic device in a voice-activated or hands-free mode while driving and the use of automated or remote systems for traffic law enforcement, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3016.) HF 2595 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2338 A bill for an act relating to the placement of a police officer on a Brady-Giglio list, including the right of a police officer to petition the court and the standard of proof required for actions regarding such placement.(Formerly SF 2200.) SF 2200, HF 2295 HF 2592 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2339 A bill for an act relating to controlled substances, including certain controlled substances schedules and precursor substances reporting requirements, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3021.) HF 2166 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2340 A bill for an act relating to illegal reentry into the state by certain aliens, prohibition on arrest in certain locations, orders to return to a foreign nation, immunity from liability and indemnification for enforcement actions, sentencing restrictions, and providing penalties. (Formerly SF 2211.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. SF 2211, SF 2228, HF 2381, HF 2567 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2341 A bill for an act relating to victims of sexual assault including sexual abuse evidence, notification of rights, HIV-related testing of a convicted or alleged assailant, and testing, reporting, and counseling of a victim, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 2067.) SF 2067, HF 2350 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2342 A bill for an act relating to parole and probation standards for a person convicted of certain child endangerment offenses.(Formerly SSB 3148.) COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2343 A bill for an act relating to certain trespassing violations and associated scheduled fines.(Formerly SF 2036.) HF 2011, SF 2036, HF 2310 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2344 A bill for an act relating to the placement of a child who is the subject of a pending delinquency petition in a supervised apartment living arrangement pursuant to a consent decree, and the circumstances under which the placement is paid by the state.(Formerly SSB 3007.) HF 2134 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2345 A bill for an act concerning judicial branch administration, including mental health advocates, access to and confidentiality of juror information, remote testimony, and access to criminal history records.(Formerly SF 472, SSB 1120.) HF 2247 HF 468, SF 472 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2346 A bill for an act creating an excuse from jury service for persons who are between eighteen and twenty-one years of age and enrolled in certain classes.(Formerly SF 2034.) SF 2034 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2347 A bill for an act providing for limited liability companies, providing for fees, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3147.) HF 2582, HF 2647 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2348 A bill for an act relating to tampering with witnesses, jurors, or reporting parties, and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 3014.) HF 2250 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2349 A bill for an act relating to defense subpoenas in criminal cases, and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 3025.) HF 2616 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2350 A bill for an act relating to responsibility for payment of fees relating to termination of parental rights proceedings.(Formerly SSB 3005; See SF 2403.) HF 2403, SF 2403 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2351 A bill for an act relating to statutory corrections which may adjust language to reflect current practices, insert earlier omissions, delete redundancies and inaccuracies, resolve inconsistencies and conflicts, remove ambiguities, and provide for Code editor directives.(Formerly SSB 3149.) HF 2462 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2352 A bill for an act providing for the regulation of hemp and hemp products, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SSB 3159.) HF 2605 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2353 A bill for an act relating to domestic abuse threat evaluation and deterrence.(Formerly SF 493, SSB 1151.) HF 120, SF 493 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2354 A bill for an act relating to the transition of behavioral health services from a mental health and disability services system to a behavioral health service system, and the transfer of disability services to the division of aging and disability services of the department of health and human services, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3146; See SF 2420.) HF 2509 HF 2673, SF 2420 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 2355 A bill for an act relating to processes overseen by the department of health and human services, including internal adoption information sharing, dependent adult abuse matters, juvenile justice court filings, and mandatory reporter training.(Formerly SSB 3124.) HF 2404 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 2356 A bill for an act relating to solar energy by establishing a community solar facility program.(Formerly SSB 3180.) SF 332 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2357 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of pharmacy benefits managers.(Formerly SSB 3079.) HF 2099 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2358 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for supplemental and diagnostic breast examinations.(Formerly SSB 3135.) HF 71, HF 2489 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2359 A bill for an act relating to the notice requirement for the renewal or nonrenewal of personal lines policies, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3136.) HF 2265 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2360 A bill for an act relating to the use of genetic information provided to an insurer that offers health insurance, disability insurance, life insurance, or long-term care insurance.(Formerly SSB 3138.) COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2361 A bill for an act relating to the names of reorganized mutual insurance companies. (Formerly SSB 3134.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2362 A bill for an act relating to residential and motor vehicle service contracts and licenses. (Formerly SSB 3139.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2363 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for health care services related to the prevention of ovarian cancer.(Formerly SSB 3078.) SF 290 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2364 A bill for an act relating to the reporting requirements of the department of education’s commission on educator leadership and compensation.(Formerly SSB 3047.) HF 2152 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2365 A bill for an act relating to education by modifying provisions related to a process for investigating complaints against school employees and the responsibilities of the department of education and the board of educational examiners.(Formerly SSB 3041.) HF 2151 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2366 A bill for an act relating to the college student aid commission’s reporting requirements.(Formerly SSB 3048.) HF 2153 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2367 A bill for an act relating to education, including modifying provisions related to education data collection and the determination of enrollment, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3156.) HF 2542 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2368 A bill for an act relating to education, including by modifying provisions related to the sale of real property by school districts, charter school and open enrollment funding, and the participation in school activities by students enrolled in charter schools. (Formerly SSB 3157.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2543 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2369 A bill for an act relating to autologous and directed blood donations.(Formerly SF 2139.) SF 2139 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 2370 A bill for an act concerning the executive branch rulemaking process and other agency functions and related matters. (Formerly SSB 3119.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2371 A bill for an act providing for the removal of effluent from certain structures.(Formerly SSB 3152.) COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
SF 2372 A bill for an act relating to electric transmission lines and electric transmission owners, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3176.) HF 2551 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2373 A bill for an act modifying provisions related to the distribution formula for general state financial aid to community colleges and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3164; See SF 2405.) SF 2405 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2374 A bill for an act relating to retention and recertification elections for public employee collective bargaining units and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3158.) COMMITTEE ON WORKFORCE
SF 2375 A bill for an act relating to the powers, duties, and responsibilities of state government entities associated with the budget, financial control, and information technology, making penalties applicable, and making appropriations.(Formerly SSB 3173; See SF 2409.) HF 2622 SF 2409, HF 2708 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2376 A bill for an act relating to the administration of elections.(Formerly SSB 3165.) HF 2466 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2377 A bill for an act relating to the organization, structure, and functions of state and local governments, providing for salaries of certain state officers, making statutory corrections, resolving inconsistencies, removing ambiguities, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3144; See SF 2416.) HF 2550, SF 2416 HF 2686 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2378 A bill for an act relating to the board of educational examiners, including by modifying provisions related to the time in which complaints concerning licensed school employees having romantic or otherwise inappropriate relationships with students can be investigated, the mandatory reporting of licensed school employees who engage in grooming behavior toward students or the abuse of students, and reporting requirements related to the investigation of complaints against licensees and unlicensed school employees.(Formerly SSB 3050.) HF 2261 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2379 A bill for an act relating to state agency strategic planning and data collection.(Formerly SSB 3145.) HF 2538 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2380 A bill for an act relating to the duties of the secretary of state, including the address confidentiality program and the conduct of elections.(Formerly SSB 3161.) HF 2610 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2381 A bill for an act relating to certain cost controls for health care services. (Formerly SF 431.) SF 431 COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SF 2382 A bill for an act relating to real estate brokers, and the rental or leasing of real estate, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 2052.) HF 2326 SF 2052 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2383 A bill for an act relating to statewide voluntary preschool program students whose household income is below a certain amount, minimum hours required to be offered, and funding calculations.(Formerly SF 2075.) SF 2075 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2384 A bill for an act relating to contracts and payments for dental care service plans.(Formerly SSB 3137.) HF 2400 COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
SF 2385 A bill for an act relating to boards, commissions, committees, councils, and other entities of state government, and including effective date and transition provisions. (Formerly SSB 3172.) Effective date: 07/01/2024, 07/01/2025. HF 2574 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2386 A bill for an act relating to education, including modifying provisions related to the duties and powers of area education agencies, the department of education, the department of administrative services, area education agency funding, the calculation of the teacher salary supplement district cost per pupil and the minimum teacher starting salary, and including transition, effective date, and applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3073.) HF 2612 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2387 A bill for an act relating to the duties of the Iowa finance authority. (Formerly SSB 3118.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2536 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
SF 2388 A bill for an act relating to severance payments provided for in school administrator employment contracts and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 2041.) SF 2041 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
SF 2389 A bill for an act relating to commercial transactions, including control and transmission of electronic records and digital assets. (Formerly SF 540, SSB 1177.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2519 HF 618, SF 540 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
SF 2390 A bill for an act relating to youth employment and making penalties applicable. DONAHUE
SF 2391 A bill for an act prohibiting the misbranding of certain food products, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 3162.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 2392 A bill for an act relating to tort liability involving pesticides.(Formerly SSB 3163.) SF 2412 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 2393 A bill for an act regulating the marketing of grain, by providing for fees paid by grain dealers and warehouse operators into the grain depositors and sellers indemnity fund, and the payment of claims to reimburse sellers and depositors for losses covered by the fund, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3174; See SF 2401.) SF 2401 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
SF 2394 A bill for an act relating to economic development by establishing the Iowa major events and tourism program and fund, modifying the sports tourism and marketing infrastructure program, and making appropriations.(See SF 2419.) SF 2419 KOELKER
SF 2395 A bill for an act relating to the opioid settlement fund, including appropriations of the moneys in the fund, and providing an effective date.(Formerly SSB 3178.) COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2396 A bill for an act relating to state taxation by modifying lottery and alcoholic beverages provisions under the purview of the department of revenue, changing the taxation of lump sum distributions of retirement income, increasing estimated tax thresholds, making appropriations, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3115.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2397 A bill for an act relating to the taxation of captive companies, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3002.) HF 2121, HF 2636 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2398 A bill for an act relating to state taxation by modifying alternate and individual income tax rates, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3038.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2399 A bill for an act relating to persons who qualify for the military service tax exemption, and including applicability provisions. DRISCOLL
SF 2400 A bill for an act excluding the net capital gain from the sale of certain livestock from the computation of net income for purposes of the individual income tax, and including retroactive applicability provisions. HF 2649 DRISCOLL
SF 2401 A bill for an act regulating the marketing of grain, by providing for fees paid by grain dealers and warehouse operators into the grain depositors and sellers indemnity fund, and the payment of claims to reimburse sellers and depositors for losses covered by the fund, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 2393, SSB 3174.) SF 2393 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2402 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of vapor products, and providing penalties.(Formerly SSB 3101.) HF 2677 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2403 A bill for an act relating to responsibility for payment of fees relating to termination of parental rights proceedings.(Formerly SF 2350, SSB 3005.) HF 2403, SF 2350 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2404 A bill for an act relating to bank utilization of filing services offered by the secretary of state.(Formerly SF 2288, SSB 3080.) SF 2288 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2405 A bill for an act modifying provisions related to the distribution formula for general state financial aid to community colleges and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 2373, SSB 3164.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. Applicability date: 07/01/2025. SF 2373 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2406 A bill for an act providing for a veterans’ benefits and services poster for employers to display in the workplace.(Formerly SSB 3185.) SF 465, SF 2126 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2407 A bill for an act creating a lifetime fur harvester license for disabled veterans.(Formerly SF 2235, SSB 3125.) SF 2235 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2408 A bill for an act relating to automated traffic systems, including for traffic law enforcement and for capture of registration plate images, providing for the use of associated revenue for length of service award programs, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 489, SSB 1180.) SF 489, HF 629, HF 2681 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2409 A bill for an act relating to the powers, duties, and responsibilities of state government entities associated with the budget, financial control, and information technology, making penalties applicable, and making appropriations.(Formerly SF 2375, SSB 3173.) SF 2375, HF 2622, HF 2708 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2410 A bill for an act relating to agriculture, by providing for the administration of programs and regulations, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 2209, SSB 3052.) SF 2209, HF 2510, HF 2641 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2411 A bill for an act relating to work-based learning, including by repealing provisions related to regional industry sector partnerships and the statewide work-based learning intermediary network, establishing the workforce opportunity fund within the department of workforce development, modifying provisions related to career and technical education, student teacher requirements for students with substitute teaching or para-educator experience, the unemployment compensation reserve fund, and the future ready Iowa skilled workforce last-dollar scholarship program, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 2260, SSB 3143.) Effective date: 05/16/2024, 07/01/2024. SF 2260, HF 2516, HF 2703 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2412 A bill for an act relating to pesticides, by providing for tort liability.(Formerly SSB 3188.) SF 2392 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2413 A bill for an act creating a jobs and infrastructure revolving fund and program administered by the Iowa finance authority.(Formerly SF 2133.) SF 2133 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2414 A bill for an act relating to underground storage tanks, including repealing the Iowa comprehensive petroleum underground storage tank fund and eliminating the Iowa comprehensive petroleum underground storage tank fund board, making appropriations, and including effective date and transition provisions. (Formerly SF 2327, SSB 3177.) Effective date: 04/19/2024, 07/01/2024. SF 2327, HF 2588, HF 2646 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2415 A bill for an act relating to motor vehicle special registration plate decals created by a nonprofit veterans’ organization or associated with military service.(Formerly SF 564, SF 224, SF 90.) SF 90, SF 224, SF 564 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2416 A bill for an act relating to the organization, structure, and functions of state and local governments, providing for salaries of certain state officers, making statutory corrections, resolving inconsistencies, removing ambiguities, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 2377, SSB 3144.) HF 2550, SF 2377 HF 2686 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2417 A bill for an act establishing an excise tax on the sales price of consumable hemp products sold or purchased at bars or restaurants.(Formerly SSB 3186.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2418 A bill for an act relating to renewable fuel infrastructure, including by providing for a financing program, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3187.) HF 2687 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2419 A bill for an act relating to economic development by establishing the Iowa major events and tourism program and fund, modifying the sports tourism and marketing infrastructure program, and making appropriations.(Formerly SF 2394.) SF 2394 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2420 A bill for an act related to state behavioral health, disability, and addictive disorder services and related programs, including the transition of behavioral health services from a mental health and disability services system to a behavioral health service system, the transfer of disability services to the division of aging and disability services of the department of health and human services, the elimination of the commission on aging, the elimination of special intellectual disability units at state mental health institutes, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SF 2354, SSB 3146.) HF 2509, SF 2354, HF 2673 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2421 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations involving state government entities associated with agriculture, natural resources, and environmental protection, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 3196.) Conditional effective date. HF 2694 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2422 A bill for an act relating to transportation and other infrastructure-related appropriations to the department of transportation, including allocation and use of moneys from the road use tax fund and the primary road fund. (Formerly SSB 3184.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2683 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2423 A bill for an act relating to snowmobile registrations and nonresident user permits, providing fees, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SF 2155, SSB 3067.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. SF 2155 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2424 A bill for an act relating to the abatement of property taxes owed on property owned by certain volunteer emergency services providers and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 555, SF 113.) SF 113, SF 555 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2425 A bill for an act relating to civil liability and associated insurance requirements of alcoholic beverage licensees or permittees who also sell or serve consumable hemp products.(Formerly SSB 3195.) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2426 A bill for an act relating to emergency management services and emergency medical services and including applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 570, SF 352, SF 41.) SF 41, HF 126, SF 352, HF 546, HF 705, SF 570 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2427 A bill for an act relating to the duties and responsibilities of the department of revenue including sports wagering, the lottery, cigarette and tobacco taxes, alcoholic beverages, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 3179.) HF 2710 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2428 A bill for an act providing for employment leave for employees of railroad corporations to attend a school-sponsored activity and making penalties applicable. T. TAYLOR
SF 2429 A bill for an act establishing an area education agency support supplement categorical, and making appropriations. DONAHUE
SF 2430 A bill for an act relating to the correction and substitution of death certificates. (Formerly SSB 3194.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2431 A bill for an act relating to the periods of time to bring civil actions for injuries that result from sex offenses against minors for the purpose of filing claims against the bankruptcy estate of a congressionally chartered organization, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3197.) Effective date: 04/19/2024. COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2432 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations for the economic development of the state, including to the economic development authority, the Iowa finance authority, the public employment relations board, the department of workforce development, and the state board of regents and certain regents institutions. (Formerly SSB 3198.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2697 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2433 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations for state government administration and regulation, including the department of administrative services, auditor of state, ethics and campaign disclosure board, offices of governor and lieutenant governor, department of inspections, appeals, and licensing, department of insurance and financial services, department of management, Iowa public employees’ retirement system, public information board, department of revenue, secretary of state, treasurer of state, and utilities board. (Formerly SSB 3199.) Effective date: 07/01/2024. HF 2696 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2434 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations to the justice system.(Formerly SSB 3200.) HF 2693 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2435 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations to the education system, including the funding and operation of the department for the blind, department of education, and state board of regents; modifying provisions related to compulsory education, open enrollment, the state board of regents presidential search committee, the Iowa tuition grants program, and the Iowa dyslexia board; establishing restrictions related to diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts of institutions of higher education governed by the state board of regents; providing penalties; and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3201.) Effective date: 05/09/2024, 07/01/2024, 07/01/2025. Applicability date: 07/01/2024. HF 2704 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2436 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations to the judicial branch, including by modifying the judicial retirement fund, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 3203.) Effective date: 06/21/2024, 07/01/2024. HF 2695 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2437 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations for veterans and health and human services, including other related provisions and appropriations, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SSB 3205.) HF 2698 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2438 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund and technology reinvestment fund, providing for related matters, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3202.) HF 2691 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SF 2439 A bill for an act relating to county supervisors, concerning county supervisor representation plans and county supervisor vacancies, and including effective date provisions.(Formerly SSB 3204.) HF 116, HF 281, SF 314, SF 443, SF 2061, HF 2179, SF 2283 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2440 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa educational savings plan trust by expanding the plan trust to include career-related programs approved by the Iowa office of apprenticeship for purposes of withdrawals qualifying for an individual income tax deduction, and including retroactive applicability provisions.(Formerly SF 2259, SSB 3128.) SF 2259 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2441 A bill for an act relating to transactions involving used catalytic converters.(Formerly SSB 3206.) HF 2707 HF 713 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2442 A bill for an act relating to state and local finances by modifying individual and alternate income tax rates, withholding credits, franchise tax deductions, methodologies for determining property taxes, and property tax assessment limitations, changing methods of determining compensation of county officials, making contingent transfers from the taxpayer relief fund, and making corrections, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3207.) Effective date: Enactment, 05/01/2024, 07/01/2024, 01/01/2025. Applicability date: 01/01/2024, 01/01/2025, 07/01/2025. HF 2705 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
SF 2443 A bill for an act relating to state government and finances, including by making, modifying, limiting, or reducing appropriations, distributions, or transfers, authorizing expenditure of unappropriated moneys in special funds, providing for properly related matters including the state government efficiency review committee and teacher salary supplement district cost per pupil calculations, making corrections, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3208.) Effective date: Enactment, 05/09/2024, 07/01/2024, 01/01/2025. Conditional applicability date. HF 2712 COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SCR 1 A concurrent resolution urging Congress to enact legislation to limit the interest rates collected or imposed by the United States Department of Education for certain federal student college loans. ZAUN
SCR 2 A concurrent resolution urging the members of the Congress of the United States to propose an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to require that the Supreme Court of the United States be composed of nine justices. ZAUN
SCR 3 A concurrent resolution relating to the joint rules governing lobbyists of the Senate and House of Representatives for the Ninetieth General Assembly.(Formerly SSB 1074.) HCR 7 COMMITTEE ON ETHICS
SCR 4 A concurrent resolution relating to joint rules of the Senate and House of Representatives for the Ninetieth General Assembly. HCR 8 WHITVER
SCR 5 A concurrent resolution urging the members of Congress to amend federal law to increase the maximum gross weight allowed for motor vehicles operated on the interstate road system in Iowa and bordering states.(Formerly SSB 1203.) HCR 9 COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
SCR 6 A concurrent resolution urging the Iowa Utilities Board to deny the use of eminent domain in relation to carbon capture pipeline projects. ALONS, GUTH, SALMON, WESTRICH, GREEN, EVANS, LOFGREN, J. TAYLOR and ROWLEY
SCR 7 A concurrent resolution to provide for adjournment sine die. RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SCR 8 A concurrent resolution to provide for the business of the first extraordinary session of the 2023 legislative session. HCR 10 COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
SCR 101 A concurrent resolution to provide for adjournment sine die. RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
HR 1 A resolution for the selection and appointment of secretaries and pages. SIEGRIST
HR 2 A resolution to arrange for opening the sessions with prayer. SIEGRIST
HR 3 A resolution relating to permanent rules of the House of Representatives for the Ninetieth General Assembly.(Formerly HSB 31.) COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION AND RULES
HR 4 A resolution designating a hypertrophic cardiomyopathy awareness day and promoting efforts to educate people about hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. MOHR, FRY, A. MEYER, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, BOSSMAN, MOORE, LATHAM, ANDREWS, BODEN, KNIFF MCCULLA, JENEARY, BRADLEY and WOOD
HR 5 A resolution regarding foundational principles of the American form of government. SHERMAN, STOLTENBERG, HAYES, M. THOMPSON, MOORE, SHIPLEY, DIEKEN, ANDREWS, GERHOLD, RINKER, HORA, KNIFF MCCULLA, JENEARY, OSMUNDSON, THOMSON, JOHNSON, WILZ, HENDERSON, BEST and BRADLEY
HR 6 A resolution designating May 2023 as Jewish American Heritage Month. WILLS, NORDMAN, P. THOMPSON, YOUNG, SORENSEN, RINKER, DUNWELL, GOLDING, GEHLBACH, HAYES, STOLTENBERG, M. THOMPSON, SHERMAN, ANDREWS, HORA, FISHER, MOORE, HENDERSON, GUSTOFF and LUNDGREN
HR 7 A resolution relating to the code of ethics of the House of Representatives for the Ninetieth General Assembly.(Formerly HSB 77.) COMMITTEE ON ETHICS
HR 8 A resolution designating February 28, 2023, as Community College Day. MOHR, KAUFMANN, A. MEYER, SIEGRIST, GRASSLEY, BOSSMAN, WILLS, KONFRST, WINDSCHITL, FRY and WILZ
HR 9 A resolution designating the month of March as Disabilities Awareness Month in Iowa. JENEARY and STAED
HR 10 A resolution recognizing National Speech and Debate Education Day. KONFRST and WOOD
HR 11 A resolution commemorating St. Patrick’s Day and the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement between most political parties in Northern Ireland and the British and Irish governments. BRADLEY
HR 12 A resolution to recognize the Iowa Small Business Development Centers and honor 2023 award winners. GRABER and BEST
HR 13 A resolution honoring and congratulating the Grand View University wrestling team on its outstanding National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Wrestling National Championship win. GAINES
HR 14 A resolution recognizing the Hoover Uncommon Public Service Award winner for 2023, Representative Bobby Kaufmann. JACOBY
HR 15 A resolution honoring the responders to the March 7, 2022, East High School shooting. GAINES
HR 16 A resolution congratulating the University of Iowa women’s basketball team on their extraordinary 2023 season. NORDMAN
HR 17 A resolution to recognize and congratulate the women’s basketball team of Clarke University in Dubuque for their 2023 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics championship. ISENHART, GRABER, JAMES, BRADLEY, JOHNSON, FISHER, LUNDGREN, TUREK and GAINES
HR 18 A resolution designating Tardive Dyskinesia Awareness Week. WOOD
HR 19 A resolution honoring the nation of Taiwan. ANDREWS
HR 101 A resolution affirming the State of Iowa’s support for the State of Israel and condemning the Hamas attack on Israel on October 7, 2023. WILLS, HARRIS, WILZ, BRADLEY, JENEARY, HENDERSON, GEHLBACH, DETERMANN, GUSTOFF, MOMMSEN, JONES, GERHOLD, YOUNG, JOHNSON, OSMUNDSON, WINDSCHITL, FRY, BEST, HOLT, A. MEYER, LUNDGREN, BLOOMINGDALE, GRABER, WULF, MEGGERS, SHERMAN, VONDRAN, MOHR, SEXTON, DEYOE, THOMSON, FISHER, GRASSLEY, STONE, NORDMAN, MOORE, COLLINS, BERGAN, GUSTAFSON, WHEELER, KNIFF MCCULLA, SIEGRIST, DUNWELL, SORENSEN, P. THOMPSON, INGELS, LATHAM, BOSSMAN, KAUFMANN, HORA, GOLDING, STOLTENBERG and HAYES
HR 102 A resolution to address the stigma around the term mental health by recognizing the term brain health. LUNDGREN, A. MEYER, BRADLEY, BEST, LEVIN, KURTH, WOOD, CAHILL, BUCK, WILSON, MOORE, GEHLBACH, INGELS, STOLTENBERG, BROWN-POWERS, JAMES, MATSON, JUDGE, WILBURN, KONFRST, FISHER, HENDERSON, HARRIS, COLLINS, WULF, NORDMAN, WILZ, BLOOMINGDALE, YOUNG, DUNWELL, JENEARY, VONDRAN, ISENHART, FRY, BOSSMAN, SIEGRIST, MOMMSEN, MADISON, HORA, M. THOMPSON, STAED, P. THOMPSON and STECKMAN
HR 103 A resolution affirming the powers reserved to the states under the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. WILLS
HR 104 A resolution calling on the United States congressional delegation from Iowa to support federal protections for children of long-term visa holders. JACOBY
HR 105 A resolution designating November 2024 as Lung Cancer Awareness Month. MADISON, ANDREWS, YOUNG, KURTH, ABDUL-SAMAD, BUCK, LEVIN, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, GUSTOFF, SRINIVAS, JENEARY, GERHOLD, KNIFF MCCULLA, JACOBY, ZABNER, WILBURN and WILSON
HR 106 A resolution designating February 2024 as Marfan Syndrome Awareness Month. NORDMAN
HR 107 A resolution recognizing the cultural and historical significance of Lunar New Year in 2024. ZABNER, SHIPLEY, SCHOLTEN, SIEGRIST, BAETH, CISNEROS, NORDMAN, SRINIVAS, STAED, JAMES, GEHLBACH, TUREK, SCHEETZ, LEVIN, WILSON, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, MADISON, AMOS JR., KURTH, STECKMAN, CAHILL, WILBURN, MATSON, CROKEN, BAGNIEWSKI, BROWN-POWERS, KRESSIG and ABDUL-SAMAD
HR 108 A resolution to recognize Iowa Small Business Development Centers and honor the 2024 special entrepreneur award winners. A. MEYER and BEST
HR 109 A resolution affirming the state of Iowa’s support for the state of Texas and condemning the federal government’s immigration policies. SHERMAN, GOLDING, GERHOLD, DIEKEN, HAYES, ANDREWS, M. THOMPSON, STONE, HORA, CISNEROS, STOLTENBERG, MEGGERS, WULF, FISHER, GUSTAFSON, OSMUNDSON, BRADLEY, DETERMANN, GEHLBACH, SORENSEN and HOLT
HR 110 A resolution honoring and congratulating Caitlin Clark for her extraordinary accomplishments and establishing February 22, 2024, as Caitlin Clark day in the state of Iowa. RINKER, ANDREWS, WILBURN, GERHOLD, VONDRAN, LEVIN, DUNWELL, HORA, MOORE, YOUNG, LUNDGREN, GUSTOFF, BRADLEY, OLSON, INGELS, KNIFF MCCULLA, KRESSIG, OSMUNDSON, SCHOLTEN, NORDMAN, TUREK, JONES, GOLDING, COLLINS, BOSSMAN, JOHNSON, LOHSE, WOOD, THOMSON, DETERMANN, BLOOMINGDALE, LATHAM, WILZ, JENEARY, STOLTENBERG, GEHLBACH, STONE, HOLT, ZABNER, CARLSON, HAYES, SRINIVAS, SHERMAN, BERGAN, ISENHART, BROWN-POWERS, MATSON, STECKMAN, EHLERT, KURTH, MADISON, STAED, CAHILL, BUCK, BODEN, GUSTAFSON, SIECK, DEYOE, MOMMSEN, FISHER, ABDUL-SAMAD, KONFRST, JAMES, JUDGE, GJERDE, NIELSEN, AMOS JR., SCHEETZ, WILSON, CROKEN, BAGNIEWSKI, FORBES, JACOBY, GAINES, B. MEYER, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, BAETH, COOLING, KAUFMANN, SORENSEN, A. MEYER, MOHR, GRABER, SIEGRIST and BEST
HR 111 A resolution honoring Phil Gray for his contribution to aviation in the state of Iowa. BODEN
HR 112 A resolution commemorating St. Patrick’s Day and the 26th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement between most political parties in Northern Ireland and the British and Irish governments. BRADLEY
HR 113 A resolution recognizing the Hoover Uncommon Public Service Award winner for 2024, Representative Ako Abdul-Samad. KAUFMANN
HR 114 A resolution honoring and congratulating the University of Iowa Hawkeye women’s wrestling team for winning the National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Tournament. SIEGRIST, JACOBY, FORBES, JONES, STONE, SIECK, VONDRAN, MOHR, JENEARY, GERHOLD, SHIPLEY, MOORE, LOHSE, WILZ, HENDERSON, KURTH, GRASSLEY, INGELS, YOUNG, JOHNSON, DUNWELL, GEHLBACH, COLLINS, BOSSMAN, SCHOLTEN, KONFRST, JAMES, KRESSIG, WILBURN, B. MEYER, TUREK, GJERDE, SCHEETZ, SEXTON, BUCK, P. THOMPSON, NIELSEN, BERGAN, ZABNER, SRINIVAS, STOLTENBERG, COOLING, MADISON, HOLT, WILSON and RINKER
HR 115 A resolution honoring the nation of Taiwan. ANDREWS
HR 116 A resolution honoring the outstanding performance of the Kirkwood Community College women’s basketball team and head coach Kim Muhl. COOLING, SHERMAN, WILSON, GOLDING, SCHEETZ, HORA, NIELSEN, KAUFMANN, LEVIN, BRADLEY, GJERDE, GERHOLD, ZABNER, KRESSIG, STAED, JAMES, KONFRST, STECKMAN, FORBES, BAGNIEWSKI, MADISON, CROKEN, AMOS JR., MATSON, KURTH, BROWN-POWERS, CAHILL, JUDGE, SRINIVAS, BUCK, WILBURN, SCHOLTEN, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, B. MEYER, ISENHART, JACOBY, LOHSE and CARLSON
HR 117 A resolution recognizing and congratulating University of Northern Iowa KRESSIG, ZABNER, GAINES, WILBURN, FORBES, ISENHART, SIECK, MEGGERS, MOMMSEN, COOLING, M. THOMPSON, EHLERT, BAETH, WILZ, JOHNSON, ANDREWS, CARLSON, JENEARY, YOUNG, GJERDE, WILLS, AMOS JR., BUCK, BAGNIEWSKI, STECKMAN, STONE, DUNWELL, SORENSEN, HOLT, B. MEYER, GRABER, INGELS, BODEN, LOHSE, HORA, BEST, JACOBY, GERHOLD, KNIFF MCCULLA, ABDUL-SAMAD, MADISON, NIELSEN, SIEGRIST, VONDRAN, SHIPLEY, SHERMAN, RINKER, WULF, JUDGE, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, OLSON, MOORE, BOSSMAN, MOHR, BLOOMINGDALE, LUNDGREN, BERGAN, KURTH, SCHOLTEN, CROKEN and BROWN-POWERS
HR 118 A resolution honoring the historic performance of the Dordt University women’s basketball team. WHEELER, SHIPLEY, STONE, JENEARY, GEHLBACH, HOLT, GERHOLD, WILLS, DUNWELL, FISHER, JOHNSON, BODEN, YOUNG, MOORE, BOSSMAN, WILBURN, ANDREWS, SORENSEN and BLOOMINGDALE
HR 119 A resolution recognizing the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Upper Mississippi River Wildlife and Fish Refuge. ISENHART, MOHR, KURTH, STOLTENBERG, DETERMANN, CROKEN, BRADLEY, MOMMSEN, VONDRAN, OSMUNDSON, LUNDGREN and KAUFMANN
HR 120 A resolution recognizing and congratulating Iowa State University SIEGRIST
HJR 1 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa altering the terms of service for members of the house of representatives. MOORE
HJR 2 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa providing that the people of the state have a right to hunt, fish, trap, and harvest wildlife.(See HJR 6.) HJR 6, SJR 8, SJR 12 FISHER
HJR 3 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the gubernatorial line of succession. (Formerly HSB 37.) COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HJR 4 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and limit the number of terms that a person may serve in Congress.(See HJR 7.) SJR 7, HJR 7 SJR 1, SJR 2, SJR 5 WILLS, GUSTOFF, STONE, MOHR and LUNDGREN
HJR 5 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to medical treatment. SHIPLEY
HJR 6 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa providing that the people of the state have a right to hunt, fish, trap, and harvest wildlife.(Formerly HJR 2.) HJR 2, SJR 8, SJR 12 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HJR 7 A joint resolution calling for an Article V convention in order to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and limit the number of terms that a person may serve in Congress.(Formerly HJR 4.) HJR 4, SJR 7 SJR 1, SJR 2, SJR 5 COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
HJR 8 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to marriage. SHERMAN, STOLTENBERG, CISNEROS, HAYES, DIEKEN, WHEELER, M. THOMPSON and GERHOLD
HJR 9 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right to reproductive care. SJR 2001 KONFRST, JAMES, STECKMAN, CAHILL, LEVIN, NIELSEN, KURTH, AMOS JR., SCHEETZ, MADISON, WILSON, BUCK, CROKEN, BAGNIEWSKI, FORBES, BAETH, GAINES, ZABNER, GJERDE, JACOBY, STAED, KRESSIG, EHLERT, ABDUL-SAMAD, B. MEYER, OLSON, BROWN-POWERS, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, SCHOLTEN, WILBURN and MATSON
HJR 10 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right of the people to a clean environment. ISENHART, CAHILL, CROKEN, KURTH, KRESSIG, LEVIN, BROWN-POWERS and ABDUL-SAMAD
HJR 2001 A joint resolution designating the Iowa darter as the official state fish for the State of Iowa. WILLS
HJR 2002 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the rights of persons afforded under the Constitution of the State of Iowa. SHERMAN, STOLTENBERG, ANDREWS, HAYES, HENDERSON and GRABER
HJR 2003 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to employee rights. AMOS JR., STAED, SCHEETZ, OLSON, MATSON, WILSON, CROKEN, ZABNER, STECKMAN, BAGNIEWSKI, FORBES, BUCK, JACOBY, KRESSIG, GAINES, EHLERT, ISENHART, WESSEL-KROESCHELL, KURTH, WILBURN, JAMES, SCHOLTEN, GJERDE, NIELSEN, CAHILL, KONFRST, LEVIN and BROWN-POWERS
HJR 2004 A joint resolution nullifying administrative rules of the state racing and gaming commission relating to sports wagering and fantasy sports contests and including effective date provisions. JONES
HJR 2005 A joint resolution nullifying administrative rules of the department of revenue relating to electronic filing procedures for certain tax returns and including effective date provisions.(See HJR 2007.) HJR 2007 JONES
HJR 2006 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to requirements for certain state tax law changes. (Formerly HSB 721.) SJR 2003 SJR 14 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
HJR 2007 A joint resolution nullifying administrative rules of the department of revenue relating to electronic filing procedures for certain tax returns and including effective date provisions.(Formerly HJR 2005.) HJR 2005 COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
HF 1 A bill for an act relating to local government funding by modifying school district funding provisions, property assessment provisions, and bond issuance requirements, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See HF 718.) HF 718 GRASSLEY, HOLT, WHEELER, STONE, DUNWELL, GUSTOFF, MOORE, JENEARY, CARLSON, FISHER, COLLINS, VONDRAN, MEGGERS, BRADLEY, WULF, SHIPLEY, WILLS, P. THOMPSON, JOHNSON, HARRIS, NORDMAN, SORENSEN, GEHLBACH, KAUFMANN, FRY, ANDREWS, YOUNG, HENDERSON, WOOD, HORA, GRABER, WINDSCHITL, BOSSMAN and GERHOLD
HF 2 A bill for an act relating to public contracts, public fund investing, and lending practices with certain companies that engage in economic boycotts based on environmental, social, or governance criteria, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See HF 653.) SF 507, HF 653 STONE, HOLT, WHEELER, COLLINS, MOORE, JENEARY, VONDRAN, FISHER, DUNWELL, MEGGERS, WULF, SHIPLEY, BRADLEY, GOLDING, GRABER, JOHNSON, DEYOE, MOMMSEN, BODEN, KAUFMANN, FRY, ANDREWS, THOMSON, HENDERSON, WOOD, HORA, OSMUNDSON, WINDSCHITL, GRASSLEY, BOSSMAN and GERHOLD
HF 3 A bill for an act relating to public assistance program integrity, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 613.) SF 494, HF 613 GRASSLEY, HOLT, GOLDING, WHEELER, STONE, DUNWELL, MOMMSEN, COLLINS, GUSTOFF, FISHER, MOORE, JENEARY, CARLSON, VONDRAN, STOLTENBERG, WULF, SHIPLEY, BRADLEY, SHERMAN, DEYOE, GRABER, WILLS, RINKER, P. THOMPSON, JOHNSON, HARRIS, BODEN, NORDMAN, SORENSEN, GEHLBACH, KAUFMANN, OSMUNDSON, THOMSON, M. THOMPSON, WOOD, HORA, WINDSCHITL, BOSSMAN and GERHOLD
HF 4 A bill for an act modifying requirements related to teacher intern license programs and licenses and authorizations issued by the board of educational examiners and establishing a temporary initial teaching license to be issued by the board of educational examiners to applicants who complete an alternative teacher certification program.(See HF 255.) HF 95, HF 255 WHEELER, HOLT, STONE, DUNWELL, MOMMSEN, FISHER, COLLINS, MOORE, VONDRAN, WULF, SHIPLEY, BRADLEY, DEYOE, GRABER, RINKER, WILLS, JOHNSON, GUSTAFSON, GEHLBACH, NORDMAN, YOUNG, OSMUNDSON, HENDERSON, WOOD, WINDSCHITL, GRASSLEY, BOSSMAN and GERHOLD
HF 5 A bill for an act relating to education, including requiring the boards of directors of school districts and the governing boards of charter schools to publish certain specified information, modifying provisions related to required social studies instruction, and providing civil penalties. WHEELER, HOLT, STONE, DUNWELL, FISHER, MOMMSEN, COLLINS, MOORE, GUSTOFF, JENEARY, STOLTENBERG, WULF, SHIPLEY, BRADLEY, DEYOE, GRABER, P. THOMPSON, WILLS, JOHNSON, GUSTAFSON, BODEN, HARRIS, GEHLBACH, ANDREWS, OSMUNDSON, NORDMAN, YOUNG, WOOD, HORA, WINDSCHITL, GRASSLEY, BOSSMAN and GERHOLD
HF 6 A bill for an act relating to workforce development, including establishing the Iowa workforce grant and incentive program and modifying the responsibilities of the Iowa workforce development board.(See HF 447.) HF 447 NORDMAN, HOLT, WHEELER, STONE, A. MEYER, COLLINS, MOORE, JENEARY, VONDRAN, DUNWELL, MEGGERS, FISHER, WULF, SHIPLEY, BRADLEY, RINKER, DEYOE, WILLS, GUSTAFSON, MOMMSEN, P. THOMPSON, JOHNSON, SORENSEN, GEHLBACH, KAUFMANN, FRY, YOUNG, HENDERSON, WOOD, GUSTOFF, WINDSCHITL, GRASSLEY, BOSSMAN and GERHOLD
HF 7 A bill for an act relating to institutions of higher education governed by the state board of regents, including requiring the institutions to submit reports to the general assembly related to terms associated with courses offered by the institutions’ colleges of education and establishing an interim study committee to evaluate practitioner preparation programs offered by the institutions, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 182.) HF 182 WHEELER, HOLT, STONE, FISHER, DUNWELL, MOMMSEN, COLLINS, MOORE, KNIFF MCCULLA, WULF, MEGGERS, BRADLEY, WILLS, JOHNSON, BODEN, NORDMAN, YOUNG, HENDERSON, GUSTOFF, WOOD, GRABER, WINDSCHITL, BOSSMAN, GRASSLEY and GERHOLD
HF 8 A bill for an act prohibiting instruction related to gender identity and sexual orientation in school districts and charter schools in kindergarten through grade three.(See HF 348.) SF 83, HF 348 WHEELER, HOLT, STONE, DUNWELL, MOMMSEN, COLLINS, FISHER, GUSTOFF, JENEARY, VONDRAN, WULF, BRADLEY, MEGGERS, KNIFF MCCULLA, GOLDING, DEYOE, GRABER, P. THOMPSON, WILLS, GUSTAFSON, JOHNSON, BODEN, HARRIS, KAUFMANN, FRY, NORDMAN, YOUNG, HENDERSON, HORA, WOOD, OSMUNDSON, WINDSCHITL, GRASSLEY and GERHOLD
HF 9 A bill for an act relating to parental and guardian consent and information regarding the gender identity of students enrolled in a school district or charter school.(See HF 180.) HF 180 WHEELER, HOLT, STONE, GUSTOFF, COLLINS, MOORE, JENEARY, CARLSON, VONDRAN, GOLDING, STOLTENBERG, FISHER, DUNWELL, KNIFF MCCULLA, MEGGERS, WULF, SHIPLEY, SHERMAN, BRADLEY, JOHNSON, GRABER, DEYOE, NORDMAN, WILLS, GUSTAFSON, P. THOMPSON, BODEN, GEHLBACH, KAUFMANN, FRY, ANDREWS, YOUNG, THOMSON, HENDERSON, HORA, OSMUNDSON, WINDSCHITL, GRASSLEY and GERHOLD
HF 10 A bill for an act relating to education, including requirements related to mandatory reporters, a process for investigating complaints against licensed practitioners, and the responsibilities of the department of education, school districts, charter schools, accredited nonpublic schools, and the board of educational examiners.(See HF 430.) HF 430 WHEELER, HOLT, STONE, DUNWELL, FISHER, MOORE, JENEARY, STOLTENBERG, WULF, SHIPLEY, BRADLEY, GOLDING, DEYOE, P. THOMPSON, WILLS, JOHNSON, BODEN, GEHLBACH, SORENSEN, OSMUNDSON, HENDERSON, GRABER, SIEGRIST, WINDSCHITL, BOSSMAN, GRASSLEY and GERHOLD
HF 11 A bill for an act relating to the responsibilities of the state board of regents and the institutions of higher education governed by the state board of regents, including requiring the board to publish certain information related to the average income and student debt of institution graduates and requiring the institutions to provide career services to undergraduates.(See HF 135.) HF 135 WHEELER, HOLT, STONE, FISHER, DUNWELL, MOMMSEN, COLLINS, MOORE, JENEARY, CARLSON, VONDRAN, WULF, BRADLEY, SHERMAN, WILLS, P. THOMPSON, JOHNSON, BODEN, NORDMAN, GEHLBACH, KAUFMANN, ANDREWS, YOUNG, HENDERSON, WOOD, OSMUNDSON, WINDSCHITL, BOSSMAN and GERHOLD
HF 12 A bill for an act relating to social studies instruction in public schools, accredited nonpublic schools, and charter schools.(See HF 132.) HF 132 WHEELER, HOLT, STONE, FISHER, COLLINS, MOORE, GUSTOFF, JENEARY, VONDRAN, WULF, SHIPLEY, BRADLEY, DEYOE, RINKER, WILLS, JOHNSON, GUSTAFSON, BODEN, SHERMAN, KAUFMANN, ANDREWS, THOMSON, M. THOMPSON, HENDERSON, DIEKEN, GRABER, OSMUNDSON, WINDSCHITL, GRASSLEY, BOSSMAN and GERHOLD
HF 13 A bill for an act relating to rural emergency hospitals, including licensing requirements and fees, making penalties applicable, providing emergency rulemaking authority, and including applicability and effective date provisions.(See HF 144.) SF 75 HF 144 GRABER, HOLT, GOLDING, STONE, A. MEYER, MOMMSEN, DUNWELL, FISHER, COLLINS, MOORE, GUSTOFF, CARLSON, JENEARY, VONDRAN, WULF, BRADLEY, SHERMAN, KNIFF MCCULLA, DEYOE, WILLS, RINKER, JOHNSON, BODEN, GUSTAFSON, NORDMAN, SORENSEN, GEHLBACH, KAUFMANN, FRY, YOUNG, HENDERSON, WILZ, WOOD, SIEGRIST, OSMUNDSON, WINDSCHITL, GRASSLEY, BOSSMAN and GERHOLD
HF 14 A bill for an act relating to the minimum age for employment of persons by a retail alcohol licensee. WILLS
HF 15 A bill for an act establishing the pathways to education and employment reentry program to be administered by the community colleges division of the department of education and making appropriations. KRESSIG
HF 16 A bill for an act establishing the comprehensive transition and postsecondary program scholarship program.(See HF 252.) HF 252 INGELS
HF 17 A bill for an act authorizing the parent or guardian of a student enrolled in a school district to enroll the student in another attendance center within the same school district in certain specified circumstances and including effective date provisions.(See HF 429.) HF 429 BODEN
HF 18 A bill for an act requiring the inspection of a private well serving a building upon the transfer of ownership of the building. ISENHART
HF 19 A bill for an act relating to eligibility for the mental health professional loan repayment program. KRESSIG
HF 20 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement rates for state-licensed providers of certain substance use disorder treatment services.(See HF 621.) SF 240, HF 621 LOHSE
HF 21 A bill for an act relating to nicotine solution products, including taxation of such products, making appropriations, and making penalties applicable. A. MEYER
HF 22 A bill for an act relating to payment for placement investigations relating to an adoption. FRY
HF 23 A bill for an act relating to the requirements for a prescribing psychologist or a psychologist with a conditional prescription certificate.(See HF 183.) SF 133, HF 183 FRY and A. MEYER
HF 24 A bill for an act adopting the psychology interjurisdictional compact. SF 244 BERGAN
HF 25 A bill for an act authorizing the reduction of damages payable to an unresponsive property owner in condemnation proceedings and including applicability provisions.(See HF 150.) HF 150 LOHSE
HF 26 A bill for an act relating to the use of inventory checklists upon commencement and termination of residential tenancies, and including applicability provisions.(See HF 305.) HF 305 LOHSE
HF 27 A bill for an act relating to executive orders of the president of the United States. SF 2032, HF 2291 WILLS
HF 28 A bill for an act related to forgery involving movie prop money, and providing penalties.(See HF 94.) HF 94 JONES
HF 29 A bill for an act establishing a diminished salary offset for unemployment benefits. LOHSE
HF 30 A bill for an act relating to businesses’ eligibility for the butchery innovation and revitalization program, and including applicability provisions.(See HF 185.) HF 185 INGELS
HF 31 A bill for an act prohibiting employers from entering into noncompete agreements with employees under specified circumstances, and including applicability provisions. WILLS
HF 32 A bill for an act relating to outdoor education and recreation programs serving youth, and making appropriations. ISENHART
HF 33 A bill for an act prohibiting the discharge of a weapon from a motor vehicle and making penalties applicable. WILLS
HF 34 A bill for an act concerning persons appointed to a convention called by the United States Congress to propose amendments to the United States Constitution, providing a penalty, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 336, HF 2311.) HF 336 HF 2116, SF 2130 WILLS
HF 35 A bill for an act relating to private land available for public use for recreational purposes. Effective date: 07/01/2024. SF 275 INGELS
HF 36 A bill for an act relating to requirements for and restrictions on special minor’s driver’s licenses, and making penalties applicable. SF 97 HF 251 KRESSIG
HF 37 A bill for an act relating to the disabled veteran homestead tax credit and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(See HF 163.) HF 163 HF 79 STONE
HF 38 A bill for an act increasing the annual aggregate amount authorized for the endow Iowa tax credit and including effective date and applicability provisions. SIEGRIST
HF 39 A bill for an act authorizing students enrolled in charter schools to participate in extracurricular athletic activities provided by the student’s school district of residence.(See HF 253.) HF 253 FISHER
HF 40 A bill for an act providing for a world language education pilot program and making appropriations. ABDUL-SAMAD
HF 41 A bill for an act relating to the transportation to and from school of pupils participating in open enrollment.(See HF 134, HF 2278.) SF 29, HF 72, HF 134 SF 485 JONES and P. THOMPSON
HF 42 A bill for an act authorizing cities to establish self-supported entertainment areas.(See HF 412.) SF 309 HF 412 LOHSE
HF 43 A bill for an act abolishing county compensation boards. SF 18 HF 2345, SF 2226 JONES
HF 44 A bill for an act providing for a monument to Martin Treptow on the capitol complex grounds. SF 112 SORENSEN
HF 45 A bill for an act relating to special registration plates displaying a decal of a nonprofit veterans’ organization. OSMUNDSON
HF 46 A bill for an act modifying the sales tax holiday by extending the holiday and including emergency preparedness supplies.(See HF 702.) SF 289 HF 702 BODEN
HF 47 A bill for an act exempting from the individual income tax the amount of wages received by a taxpayer for providing certain child care services, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. JONES
HF 48 A bill for an act prohibiting tenure systems at the institutions of higher learning governed by the state board of regents, and including applicability provisions. HOLT
HF 49 A bill for an act providing for the establishment of an environmental justice strategy and plan for Iowa, and making appropriations. ISENHART
HF 50 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for the treatment of eating disorders. JONES
HF 51 A bill for an act relating to child care assistance payments for children who are absent from regularly scheduled child care days. JONES
HF 52 A bill for an act relating to the natural reduction of human remains, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. SF 407 SORENSEN
HF 53 A bill for an act relating to independent expenditures. ISENHART
HF 54 A bill for an act relating to antique vehicle special registration plates. LOHSE
HF 55 A bill for an act regarding the registration and titling of motor vehicles, including by providing for initial registration and titling by any county treasurer and by modifying related fees and the amount of fees retained by county treasurers.(See HF 344, HF 674.) HF 344 SF 80, SF 380, HF 674 BLOOMINGDALE
HF 56 A bill for an act relating to the acquisition of water, sanitary sewer, and storm water utilities by rate-regulated public utilities.(See HF 473, HF 2101.) HF 473, HF 2101, SF 2181 MOHR
HF 57 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for prescription drugs used in the treatment of metastatic cancer and associated conditions. A. MEYER
HF 58 A bill for an act relating to the vacation of certain termination of parental rights orders.(See HF 400.) HF 400, SF 372 LOHSE and JONES
HF 59 A bill for an act relating to waiver of the placement investigations and reports related to the adoption of a minor by a minor’s legal guardian.(See HF 469.) HF 469 LOHSE and JONES
HF 60 A bill for an act relating to the addition of biological parent information of an adult adopted person through amendment of an original certificate of birth, and providing fees.(See HF 268, HF 720.) SF 187, HF 268 SF 517, HF 720 LOHSE and JONES
HF 61 A bill for an act relating to adoption proceedings by providing for representation of adoptive parents and guardians ad litem by local public defenders for children in certain adoption proceedings and modifying filing requirements for adoption petitions and notice requirements for adoption hearings of adults.(See HF 398.) HF 398 LOHSE and JONES
HF 62 A bill for an act prohibiting the use, manufacture, distribution, and sale of consumer products containing certain chemicals, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. ISENHART
HF 63 A bill for an act relating to additional penalties for certain violations against bicyclists causing serious injury or death committed by a person operating a motor vehicle.(See HF 422.) SF 16, HF 422, SF 2115 A. MEYER
HF 64 A bill for an act relating to the use of an electronic device in a voice-activated or hands-free mode while driving, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable. SF 60 SF 71, SF 207, SF 547 A. MEYER
HF 65 A bill for an act relating to the casting of provisional ballots by persons registering to vote on election day or when casting an in-person absentee ballot. SF 342 GOLDING, HORA, STOLTENBERG, BRADLEY, KNIFF MCCULLA and GUSTOFF
HF 66 A bill for an act requiring the construction and maintenance of rumble strips on certain highways. FISHER and WULF
HF 67 A bill for an act relating to the adoption tax credit available against the individual income tax.(See HF 351.) HF 351 LOHSE and JONES
HF 68 A bill for an act relating to education programs and funding by establishing an education savings account program, modifying certain school district categorical funding supplements and supplementary weighting, making appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly HSB 1.) Effective date: 01/24/2023, 07/01/2023. Applicability date: 01/01/2023. SF 94 COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION REFORM
HF 69 A bill for an act relating to the management of soil and water resources, by providing for certain practices and projects, including projects described in the Iowa nutrient reduction strategy.(See HF 282.) HF 282 MOMMSEN
HF 70 A bill for an act establishing a solar electricity generation replacement tax corporate tax credit for electricity generated on certain property and including applicability provisions. ISENHART
HF 71 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for diagnostic breast cancer examinations.(See HF 2489.) HF 2489, SF 2358 A. MEYER
HF 72 A bill for an act relating to the transportation to and from school of pupils participating in open enrollment. SF 29, HF 41, HF 134 SF 485 FISHER
HF 73 A bill for an act relating to firearm education in schools, including requiring the director of the department of education to develop and distribute age-appropriate model programs for firearm safety instruction and modifying provisions related to the required instruction in public schools and accredited nonpublic schools in grades six through twelve. WHEELER and ABDUL-SAMAD
HF 74 A bill for an act relating to the maximum annual services caps for specified services under certain Medicaid home and community-based services waivers.(See HF 275.) HF 275 INGELS
HF 75 A bill for an act relating to methods of determining compensation for elected county officers.(See HF 314.) HF 314 SF 32, SF 446 BLOOMINGDALE
HF 76 A bill for an act relating to reports of arrests of unlawful users of scheduled controlled substances.(See HF 184.) HF 184 FISHER
HF 77 A bill for an act modifying sex offender registry requirements by requiring sex offenders whose registration requirements have expired to reregister, and making penalties applicable. FISHER
HF 78 A bill for an act relating to fees charged to a prisoner in the custody of a county sheriff or municipality for administrative costs, room and board, and medical aid.(See HF 249.) HF 249 WHEELER
HF 79 A bill for an act relating to the disabled veteran homestead tax credit and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. HF 37, HF 163 TUREK
HF 80 A bill for an act providing for the issuance of an annual statewide license for a farmers market, including a license fee, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 278, HF 661.) SF 134 HF 278, HF 661 INGELS
HF 81 A bill for an act relating to annual appropriations to the veterans trust fund and making an appropriation and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 445 SF 82, HF 142 JACOBY and TUREK
HF 82 A bill for an act relating to allowable forms of payment for amusement concessions at an amusement park and an arcade.(See HF 269.) SF 189 HF 269 LOHSE
HF 83 A bill for an act providing for the direct shipment of alcoholic liquor and including effective date provisions.(See HF 2629, HF 2670.) SF 2168, HF 2629, HF 2670 JONES
HF 84 A bill for an act relating to soil and water conservation courses of study at community colleges and Iowa state university of science and technology. ISENHART
HF 85 A bill for an act creating a specialty court for human trafficking. JACOBY
HF 86 A bill for an act relating to the jurisdiction of the juvenile court and juvenile pre-charge diversion programs. SF 77 CROKEN
HF 87 A bill for an act relating to governmental subdivision loans for disaster aid.(See HF 280.) HF 280 SF 137, SF 344 SORENSEN
HF 88 A bill for an act relating to city finances by amending provisions relating to the issuance of general obligation bonds. JACOBY
HF 89 A bill for an act relating to the hunting of black bears, and making penalties applicable.(See HF 175.) HF 175 JACOBY
HF 90 A bill for an act establishing the professional counselors licensure compact.(See HF 494, HF 671.) SF 127, HF 494 HF 671 JONES
HF 91 A bill for an act relating to the state sales and use tax by expanding nonprofit exemptions on the state sales and use tax to include all nonprofit entities exempt from federal taxation. ANDREWS
HF 92 A bill for an act modifying provisions relating to the additional property tax credit for elderly persons and including applicability provisions. SF 20 JACOBY
HF 93 A bill for an act prohibiting specified provisions in agreements between employers and certain mental health professionals and including effective date provisions. (Formerly HSB 8.) Effective date: 06/01/2023. COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
HF 94 A bill for an act related to forgery involving movie prop money, and providing penalties.(Formerly HF 28.) HF 28 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
HF 95 A bill for an act establishing a temporary initial teaching license to be issued by the board of educational examiners to applicants who complete alternative teacher certification programs. HF 4 WILLS
HF 96 A bill for an act relating to continuity of care and nonmedical switching by health carriers, health benefit plans, and utilization review organizations, and including applicability provisions.(See HF 626.) SF 86 HF 626 MOORE
HF 97 A bill for an act relating to school district compensation of student teachers and modifying provisions related to the district management levy. MOORE
HF 98 A bill for an act extending the period of budget years for which supplementary weighting is available for shared operational functions by school districts and area education agencies. MOORE
HF 99 A bill for an act relating to approved courses of instruction for school bus drivers.(See HF 315.) HF 315 MOORE
HF 100 A bill for an act relating to the minimum age of applicants for licenses from the board of educational examiners.(See HF 256.) MOORE
HF 101 A bill for an act relating to the inclusion of the telephone and text numbers for the your life Iowa program on public school student identification cards and including applicability provisions.(See HF 602.) HF 602 NORDMAN
HF 102 A bill for an act relating to noneconomic damage awards against health care providers, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See HF 161.) SF 148, HF 161 A. MEYER and FRY
HF 103 A bill for an act relating to the issuance of natural resource use permits, and making penalties applicable. WILLS
HF 104 A bill for an act establishing the advanced dyslexia specialist endorsement competitive grant program within the department of education and making appropriations. SF 2004, HF 2030, HF 2377, HF 2643 OSMUNDSON and JONES
HF 105 A bill for an act appropriating moneys to the Iowa finance authority for the home ownership assistance program for eligible service members. SF 15 TUREK
HF 106 A bill for an act relating to technical and financial assistance provided by the Iowa finance authority to cities, counties, and non-profit entities for the acquisition and improvement of certain mobile home parks. ISENHART
HF 107 A bill for an act relating to state child care assistance payments. EHLERT, STAED, B. MEYER, LEVIN, CAHILL, WILSON, BROWN-POWERS, CROKEN, KURTH, COOLING and SRINIVAS
HF 108 A bill for an act relating to the reimbursement of child care providers from the child care assistance program. EHLERT, STAED, B. MEYER, LEVIN, CAHILL, WILSON, BROWN-POWERS, CROKEN, KURTH, COOLING and SRINIVAS
HF 109 A bill for an act relating to professional liability insurance and child care centers employing unsupervised child care workers under eighteen years of age. EHLERT, STAED, B. MEYER, LEVIN, CAHILL, WILSON, BROWN-POWERS, CROKEN, KURTH, COOLING and SRINIVAS
HF 110