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October 04, 2022GA 83

Senate File (SF)

Bill Bill Title
SF 2023 A bill for an act relating to prohibited activities of certain public employees and officials in connection with urban renewal projects.
SF 2178 A bill for an act relating to textbooks and laptop computers or other personal portable computing devices adopted for use by school districts and provided to public and accredited nonpublic school students. (Formerly SF 2058.) Effective 7-1-10.
SF 2210 A bill for an act prohibiting cities and counties from adopting or enforcing ordinances that require a landlord to evict or impose certain restrictions or penalties on residential tenants and including effective date provisions. (See SF 2330.)
SF 2307 A bill for an act relating to damages recoverable for injury to or death of a person. (Formerly SF 2134.)

Senate Study Bill (SSB)

Bill Bill Title
SSB 3096 A study bill for an act establishing smart planning principles, establishing guidelines for the adoption of certain comprehensive plans and land development regulations, and providing for the establishment of a smart planning task force. 01/19/10 Subcommittee: Heckroth, Dandekar, Feenstra
SSB 3129 A study bill for an act relating to community mental health centers.01/26/10 Subcommittee: Schmitz, Ragan, Seymour

House File (HF)

Bill Bill Title
HF 446 A bill for an act relating to requirements of the department of human services involving electronic benefits transfer for the food assistance program.
HF 529 A bill for an act prohibiting certain lobbying activities by a state agency and making penalties applicable.
HF 2063 A bill for an act providing for and making an appropriation to the department on aging for statewide expansion of the elder abuse initiative program.

House Study Bill (HSB)

Bill Bill Title
HSB 537 A study bill concerning bona fide retirement requirements under the Iowa public employees' retirement system and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. 1-13-10 Subcommittee assigned, Frevert, Pettengill, and Running-Marquardt. H.J. 67.