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July 11, 2020GA 83

Senate File (SF)

Bill Bill Title
SF 33 A bill for an act relating to the hours of service for regional transit system drivers. (See SF 284.)
SF 34 A bill for an act relating to the operation of bicycles on a street or highway, providing requirements for motor vehicle operators encountering other vehicles or bicycles, and providing penalties. (See SF 117.)
SF 348 A bill for an act prohibiting certain liquor control, wine, or beer licensees or permittees from knowingly permitting or engaging in criminal activity in areas adjacent to the licensed premises and making penalties applicable. (See SF 395.)
SF 2233 A bill for an act providing for the treatment of animals other than agricultural animals, by providing for regulation of commercial establishments, providing for reporting of threatened animals, providing for fees, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (See SF 2365.)

Senate Study Bill (SSB)

Bill Bill Title
SSB 1274 A study bill for an act relating to the issuance of bonds including the issuance of annual appropriation bonds, creating an annual appropriation bond debt service fund and an appropriation bonds capitals fund, making and revising appropriations, and including effective date provisions. 03/02/09 Subcommittee: McCoy, Dvorsky, Kettering. SF 376.
SSB 1325 A study bill for an act relating to the bonding authorization of the state board of regents for flood repair, restoration, replacement, and mitigation at the state university of Iowa. 04/06/09 Subcommittee: McCoy, Dvorsky, Kettering. SF 474.
SSB 1329 A study bill for an act relating to the issuance of bonds and making of appropriations for capital and other essential purposes. 04/09/09 Subcommittee: McCoy, Dvorsky, Kettering. SF 477.
SSB 3252 A study bill for an act relating to and making 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. 03/16/10 Subcommittee: McCoy, Dvorsky, Seymour
SSB 3258 A study bill for an act relating to and making, reducing, and transferring appropriations to state departments and agencies from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund, the technology reinvestment fund, the revenue bonds capitals fund, the revenue bonds capitals II fund, the FY 2009 prison bonding fund, and other funds, creating the Iowa jobs II program, and the revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback fund, providing for related matters, and providing an effective date.03/26/10 Subcommittee: McCoy, Dvorsky, Seymour

House File (HF)

Bill Bill Title
HF 260 A bill for an act relating to the operation of county, city, and memorial hospitals and the duties and powers of hospital trustees and commissioners. Effective 7-01-09.
HF 788 A bill for an act concerning alcohol beverage control, relating to minors and public intoxication or possession of alcohol and prohibiting certain liquor control, wine, or beer licensees or permittees from knowingly permitting or engaging in criminal activity in areas adjacent to the licensed premises and making penalties applicable. Effective 7-01-10.
HF 805 A bill for an act relating to and making 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. Effective 7-01-09.
HF 822 A bill for an act relating to and making, reducing, and transferring appropriations to state departments and agencies from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund, the technology reinvestment fund, and other funds creating and funding the Iowa flood center, providing for related matters, and providing effective and retroactive applicability date provisions. Effective 7-01-09, with exception of Division VII effective 5-26-09, and section 31 effective 6-30-09.