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January 28, 2023GA 81

Senate File (SF)

Bill Bill Title
SF 339 A bill for an act relating to regional transit districts. (Formerly SSB 1239.) Effective 7-1-05.
SF 403 A bill for an act providing for the receipt of and costs relating to public records requests. (Formerly SSB 1295.) Effective 7-1-05.

House File (HF)

Bill Bill Title
HF 61 A bill for an act relating to electronic filing of campaign finance organizational statements, dissolution reports, and disclosure reports by candidates for statewide office or for the general assembly and by political committees and state statutory political committees and providing an effective date. (See Cmte. Bill HF 647)
HF 104 A bill for an act prohibiting the publication of certain false statements of fact made with actual malice concerning a candidate for public office and providing remedies. (See Cmte. Bill HF 747)
HF 129 A bill for an act relating to participation in secondary school interscholastic sports at the varsity and inferior levels. (See Cmte. Bill HF 423)
HF 129 A bill for an act relating to participation in secondary school interscholastic sports at the varsity and inferior levels. (See Cmte. Bill HF 423)
HF 189 A bill for an act relating to political campaigns by requiring attribution statements for political polls, limiting campaign contributions for statewide and legislative elections, and imposing a penalty for falsely filing a complaint with the ethics and campaign disclosure board. (See Cmte. Bill HF 775)
HF 242 A bill for an act relating to governmental employment by executive branch officials, state employees, and members of the general assembly. (See Cmte. Bill HF 648)
HF 326 A bill for an act relating to the improper influence of executive branch officials, executive branch employees, members of the general assembly, and legislative employees, and making penalties applicable. (See Cmte. Bill HF 728)
HF 486 A bill for an act providing for the reporting of gifts, bequests, and grants received by state departments. (See Cmte. Bill HF 846)
HF 551 A bill for an act requiring a specific citation in published material, or in a radio or television announcement, which references a candidate's voting record.
HF 688 A bill for an act to privatize the pool of passenger motor vehicles maintained and operated by the department of administrative services. (See Cmte. Bill HF 849)
HF 873 A bill for an act relating to recommendations of the education subcommittee of the governor's committee on local governance by providing for the development of a school sharing and efficiencies in operations process, the referral of certain issues to legislative standing committees for further review and consideration, and a study by the department of education concerning certain barriers to effective structure and delivery models that promote optimum student achievement.

House Study Bill (HSB)

Bill Bill Title
HSB 4 A study bill relating to the House code of ethics. (See HR 7)
HSB 5 A study bill relating to the rules governing lobbyists in the House of Representatives. (See HR 6)
HSB 62 A study bill relating to the ethical conduct of state and local officials and employees. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, Raecker, Gaskill and Roberts. H.J. 183. (See Cmte. Bill HF 727)
HSB 63 A study bill concerning the determination of state regulatory fees on excursion gambling boats relating to the number of gaming enforcement officers on larger excursion gambling boats. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, Jones, Greiner and T. Taylor. H.J. 183. 02-03-05 Subcommittee reassigned, Raecker, Greiner and T. Taylor. H.J. 244. (See Cmte. Bill HF 641)
HSB 64 A study bill relating to the regulation of lotteries, including the definition of a lottery, permissible lotteries by commercial organizations, and the prosecution of violators. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, Raecker, Hutter and Wendt. H.J. 183. (See Cmte. Bill HF 645)
HSB 65 A study bill relating to campaign finance committee reporting, use of committee funds or property, independent expenditures, placement of campaign signs, and use of public resources. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, Raecker, Bukta and Paulsen. H.J. 184. (See Cmte. Bill HF 312)
HSB 66 A study bill relating to governmental ethics and the duties of the Iowa ethics and campaign disclosure board. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, Raecker, Roberts and T. Taylor. H.J. 184. (See Cmte. Bill HF 253)
HSB 123 A study bill relating to dual governmental employment by executive branch officials and state employees. 02-02-05 Subcommittee assigned, Raecker, Alons and Thomas. H.J. 238. (See Cmte. Bill HF 536)
HSB 136 A study bill relating to violations of the open meetings and open records law by a member of a governmental body, the lawful custodian of a public record, or any other appropriate person. 02-07-05 Subcommittee assigned, Raecker, Lensing and Roberts. H.J. 290. (See Cmte. Bill HF 772)
HSB 162 A study bill concerning social and charitable gambling, including the regulation of cash raffles at fairs, prohibiting raffles at annual game nights, establishing a permanent electrical and mechanical amusement devices special fund and providing an appropriation, and providing for the denial, suspension, and revocation of certain gambling licenses by the department of inspections and appeals. 02-14-05 Subcommittee assigned, Raecker, Boal and Lensing. H.J. 358. (See Cmte. Bill HF 646)
HSB 165 A study bill relating to the authority and duties of the department of administrative services, including information technology services, cooperative procurement agreements, distribution of state employee salary information, state vehicle assignment, publication fees for official notices, and cost reimbursement for project management services, and providing an effective date and retroactive applicability provision. 02-14-05 Subcommittee assigned, Raecker, Lensing and Paulsen. H.J. 358. (See Cmte. Bill HF 776)
HSB 300 A study bill amending the House code of ethics. 04-19-05 Subcommittee assigned, Raecker, Cohoon, Huseman, Mascher, Miller and Tymeson. H.J. 1331. (See Cmte. Bill HR 48)