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July 11, 2020GA 83

House File (HF)

Bill Bill Title
HJR 3 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the sessions of the General Assembly.
HJR 4 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa restricting the use of revenues derived from the increase in the state sales and use tax rates for school infrastructure purposes.
HCR 6 A concurrent resolution claiming state sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over certain mandates imposed on states by the federal government.
HR 17 A resolution honoring the sacrifices and service of the Ottumwa National Guard.
HR 34 A resolution declaring that all laws, rules, policies, procedures, and regulations relating to the regulation and production of electric energy in this state should remain under the exclusive jurisdiction, control, and authority of this state.
HR 39 A resolution honoring those Iowans who volunteered their time and efforts providing aid and assistance during the June 2008 flood.
HR 40 A resolution urging Iowa's congressional delegation to oppose legislation that disenfranchises workers by removing their right to a private ballot union election.
HR 41 A resolution in support of state-based regulation of the property and casualty insurance industry.
HR 51 A resolution to honor the athletes and staff of the Woodward Academy for their fourth consecutive high school national powerlifting championship.
HF 86 A bill for an act relating to the justifiable use of reasonable force.
HF 88 A bill for an act relating to the issuance of weapons permits by a county sheriff or the commissioner of public safety.
HF 113 A bill for an act exempting investment counseling services from state sales tax.
HF 142 A bill for an act exempting certain sales by qualified organizations representing veterans from sales tax.
HF 159 A bill for an act relating to the authority of a city to dispose of real property by gift. (See Cmte. Bill HF 496)
HF 204 A bill for an act relating to a property assessment adjustment for certain elderly persons, providing a penalty, and including retroactive applicability date provisions.
HF 211 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of smoking in outdoor areas of bars and restaurants and in theaters.
HF 245 A bill for an act exempting from the computation of the individual income tax all pay received for service in the national guard and including a retroactive applicability provision.
HF 272 A bill for an act to repeal the excise tax on the handling of grain.
HF 309 A bill for an act relating to early school starts and requests for innovative school year pilot programs, and providing an effective date.
HF 322 A bill for an act requiring the budget submissions of state agencies to utilize a zero-base approach.
HF 324 A bill for an act providing to taxpayers taking the standard deduction a deduction for property taxes paid when computing taxable income and including effective and retroactive applicability date provisions.
HF 344 A bill for an act relating to civil penalties for employers hiring persons not authorized to be employed in the United States.
HF 345 A bill for an act relating to county and city budgets and budget publication requirements for certain fiscal years.
HF 399 A bill for an act exempting retired veterans from the imposition of the individual income tax and including a retroactive applicability date provision.
HF 451 A bill for an act reducing the assessment limitation for commercial and industrial property and including a retroactive applicability date provision.
HF 462 A bill for an act requiring disclosure of energy efficiency-related costs or expenses on utility bills.
HF 463 A bill for an act providing authority to reallocate specified surcharge revenue otherwise payable to a joint E911 service board under certain circumstances.
HF 465 A bill for an act authorizing the withholding of specified surcharge revenue otherwise payable to a joint E911 service board under certain circumstances.
HF 471 A bill for an act relating to the development and implementation of uniform billing codes for third-party payors and health care providers.
HF 535 A bill for an act requiring certain persons who register to vote after the close of registration to vote a provisional ballot.
HF 591 A bill for an act providing for the establishment of a task force to study the division of school districts with enrollments greater than two thousand five hundred pupils.
HF 595 A bill for an act requiring the department of revenue to provide notice of suspected misuse of personal information.
HF 596 A bill for an act relating to the carrying of weapons.
HF 611 A bill for an act modifying certain provisions relating to recounts of public offices and public measures.
HF 616 A bill for an act relating to certain witness information in the minutes of evidence filed with a trial information or indictment and providing an effective date.
HF 665 A bill for an act relating to the deduction of the capital gain from the sale of capital investments made in or by certain businesses and including an applicability date provision.
HF 808 A bill for an act updating the Code references to the Internal Revenue Code and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.
HF 2114 A bill for an act updating the Code references to the Internal Revenue Code and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.
HF 2118 A bill for an act requiring state employees to pay a portion of health insurance premium costs and including applicability provisions.
HF 2119 A bill for an act establishing an organized system of reviews and ongoing repeal dates for programs and projects administered by executive branch departments.
HF 2180 A bill for an act prohibiting fee schedules for the provision of dental services that are not covered by a dental plan.
HF 2205 A bill for an act relating to awards of noneconomic damages against health care providers.
HF 2214 A bill for an act establishing the right to choose whether to purchase health care services and health care coverage.
HF 2226 A bill for an act relating to grandparent and great-grandparent visitation.
HF 2255 A bill for an act relating to permits to carry weapons and permits to acquire pistols and revolvers including the dissemination of information relating to persons suffering from mental and substance abuse health-related disorders and the possession of firearms and providing penalties.
HF 2262 A bill for an act asserting the sovereignty of the state of Iowa.
HF 2267 A bill for an act eliminating the requirement that a person who acquires ownership of a pistol or revolver must apply for and be issued an annual permit to acquire a pistol or revolver.
HF 2289 A bill for an act requiring the department of human services to accept certain documentation submitted by electronic means.
HF 2311 A bill for an act requiring issuance of hunter safety and ethics education certificates to residents who are peace officers, active duty military personnel, or honorably discharged veterans.
HF 2316 A bill for an act creating a supplementary weighting plan for certain rural school districts.
HF 2345 A bill for an act relating to illegal immigration, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.

House Joint Resolution (HJR)

Bill Bill Title
HJR 2002 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to labor union membership.
HJR 2005 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to state budgeting by creating a state general fund expenditure limitation and requiring authorization for certain bonds.
HJR 2007 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa preserving the freedom of Iowans to provide for their own health care.
HJR 2011 A joint resolution urging Congress not to institute new federal review, oversight, or preemption of state health insurance laws as Congress considers health care reform.