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September 25, 2020GA 83

Senate File (SF)

Bill Bill Title
SF 52 A bill for an act relating to ethics regulations for the executive branch, legislative branch, and local officials and employees. (Formerly SSB 1046.) Effective 7-1-09.
SF 137 A bill for an act providing that wage discrimination is an unfair employment practice under the Iowa civil rights Act and providing an enhanced remedy. (Formerly SSB 1089.) Effective 7-1-09.
SF 420 A bill for an act concerning limitations on employment of persons employed by a wine permittee engaged in manufacturing and wholesaling native wine. (Formerly SSB 1290.) Effective 7-1-09.
SF 447 A bill for an act concerning off-premises consumption of resealed bottles of wine. (Formerly SF 251.) Effective 7-1-09.
SF 2329 A bill for an act establishing an Iowa communications network advisory committee. (Formerly SSB 3174.)
SF 2351 A bill for an act enhancing the penalty for certain domestic abuse assault cases and providing a penalty. (Formerly SSB 1029.)
SF 2353 A bill for an act relating to the provision of services through Iowa communications network connection facilities under specified circumstances. (Formerly SSB 3004.)

House File (HF)

Bill Bill Title
HF 458 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 Cmte. Bill HF 788)
HF 599 A bill for an act expanding Iowa communications network access to include counties. (See Cmte. Bill HF 797)
HF 770 A bill for an act relating to judicial branch records and providing effective dates. (Formerly HSB 91) (See Cmte. Bill HF 2306)
HF 777 A bill for an act relating to open records and public meetings, including creation of the Iowa public information board, and providing an effective date and making an appropriation.

House Study Bill (HSB)

Bill Bill Title
HSB 13 A study bill relating to the provision of services over certain Iowa communications network connection facilities under specified circumstances. 1-22-09 Subcommittee assigned, Lensing, Koester, Mascher, Pettengill, and Quirk. H.J. 143. (See Cmte. Bill HF 796)
HSB 32 A study bill for establishing a lean enterprise office within the department of management. 1-22-09 Subcommittee assigned, Lensing, Kaufmann, and T. Taylor. H.J. 144. (See Cmte. Bill HF 238)
HSB 57 A study bill for modifying the maximum amount of nameplate generating capacity for all facilities qualifying for wind energy production and renewable energy tax credits. 1-22-09 Subcommittee assigned, Lensing, Reichert, and Soderberg. H.J. l45. (See Cmte. Bill HF 747) (See Cmte. Bill HF 814)
HSB 91 A study bill relating to judicial branch records and providing effective dates. 1-28-09 Subcommittee assigned, Lensing, R. Olson, and Schulte. H.J. 201. (See Cmte. Bill HF 770) (See Cmte. Bill HF 2306)
HSB 169 A study bill relating to the uniform athlete agents Act and providing remedies and penalties. 2-13-09 Subcommittee assigned, Lensing, Helland, and Wessel-Kroeschell. H.J. 386. (See Cmte. Bill HF 714)
HSB 234 A study bill relating to public records and open meetings, including the creation of the public records, open meetings, and privacy advisory committee, and providing an effective date. 2-27-09 Subcommittee assigned, Lensing, Isenhart, Koester, Mascher, and Pettengill. H.J. 630. (See Cmte. Bill HF 777)
HSB 289 A study bill relating to regulatory requirements involving boarding homes and dependent adults and providing a penalty. (See Cmte. Bill HF 825)
HSB 587 A study bill regarding matters under the purview of the department of natural resources. 1-21-10 Subcommittee assigned, Lensing, Hanson, and Schultz. H.J. 141. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2457)
HSB 716 A study bill for providing for the regulation of consumer approval transactions, and providing penalties. 2-10-10 Subcommittee assigned, Lensing, Horbach, and Wessel-Kroeschell. H.J. 323. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2490)