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August 09, 2020GA 83

Senate File (SF)

Bill Bill Title
SF 393 A bill for an act relating to access to obscene materials and child in need of assistance proceedings and child abuse reporting. (Formerly SF 271.) Effective 7-1-10.
SF 407 A bill for an act relating to the rights and responsibilities of Iowa veterans home members. (Formerly SSB 1151.) Effective 7-1-09.
SF 414 A bill for an act providing for a pilot project supporting high-quality child care for low-income children. (Formerly SF 179.)
SF 2088 A bill for an act concerning state government reorganization and efficiency, making appropriations, establishing fees and penalties, and providing effective and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3030.) Various effective dates; see sections 69, 96, 170, 257, 321, 361, 402, and 413 of bill.
SF 2088 A bill for an act concerning state government reorganization and efficiency, making appropriations, establishing fees and penalties, and providing effective and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3030.) Various effective dates; see sections 69, 96, 170, 257, 321, 361, 402, and 413 of bill.

House File (HF)

Bill Bill Title
HF 22 A bill for an act relating to the definition of resident for purposes of tuition and fees for qualified veterans at Iowa's public universities and community colleges and for programs administered by the college student aid commission, and establishing a veterans educational assistance council. (See Cmte. Bill HF 520)
HF 419 A bill for an act relating to regulation of child care by the department of human services by providing for licensing of child development homes, establishing a regulatory fee and appropriating the fee proceeds, making penalties applicable, and providing effective dates. (See Cmte. Bill HF 754)
HF 443 A bill for an act relating to access to obscene materials and child in need of assistance proceedings and child abuse reporting. (See Cmte. Bill HF 691)
HF 781 A bill for an act to establish a scope of practice review committee relating to the licensing of midwives. (Formerly HSB 229) (See Cmte. Bill HF 2494)
HF 2056 A bill for an act relating to the requirements for national criminal history record checks for child care providers. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2283)
HF 2189 A bill for an act directing school districts to prioritize resources in order to meet the goal of increasing the minimum days or hours of instructional time offered in a school year. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2413)

House Study Bill (HSB)

Bill Bill Title
HSB 4 A study bill relating to the disposition of school property and providing an effective date. 1-14-09 Subcommittee assigned, Mascher, Koester, and Palmer. H.J. 78. (See Cmte. Bill HF 233)
HSB 8 A study bill for creating an Iowa collaboration for youth development council and state of Iowa youth advisory council in the department of human rights. 1-14-09 Subcommittee assigned, Berry, Baudler, and Mascher. H.J. 78. (See Cmte. Bill HF 315)
HSB 9 A study bill concerning preferential hiring treatment by government for veterans. 1-22-09 Subcommittee assigned, Mascher, Kearns, and Tymeson. H.J. 143. (See Cmte. Bill HF 522)
HSB 12 A study bill for providing for gender balance on local boards, commissions, committees, and councils, and including an applicability provision. 1-22-09 Subcommittee assigned, Mascher, Lensing, and Pettengill. H.J. 143. (See Cmte. Bill HF 243)
HSB 227 A study bill relating to individual development accounts available to certain persons with low income and providing effective and applicability date provisions. 2-26-09 Subcommittee assigned, Mascher, L. Miller, and Wessel-Kroeschell. H.J. 622. (See Cmte. Bill HF 672)
HSB 229 A study bill relating to the licensing of midwives under a title Act and providing for a fee and a penalty. 2-26-09 Subcommittee assigned, Mascher, Kaufmann, and Willems. H.J. 622. (See Cmte. Bill HF 781) (See Cmte. Bill HF 2494)