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September 28, 2021GA 87

House File (HF)

Bill Bill Title
HF 97 A bill for an act relating to the choice of doctor to treat an injured employee under workers’ compensation laws and including applicability date provisions.
HF 105 A bill for an act providing for an increase in the state minimum hourly wage and subsequent increases by the same percentage as the increase in federal social security benefits.
HF 221 A bill for an act establishing a transportation aid supplement program for certain school districts, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly HSB 539.)
HF 257 A bill for an act relating to facilities licensed to provide inpatient psychiatric treatment and services and the psychiatric bed tracking system.
HF 361 A bill for an act providing for a study regarding the possible establishment of a jail diversion program for offenders with a mental illness.
HF 376 A bill for an act requiring employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees based on pregnancy or childbirth and making penalties applicable.
HF 490 A bill for an act prohibiting the use of gender in determining premium rates or assessments for certain insurance policies, and including penalties and applicability dates.
HF 491 A bill for an act relating to preexisting condition exclusions in certain coverage for health care services, and including effective and applicability date provisions.
HF 492 A bill for an act requiring health care benefit coverage for certain preventive services, and including effective date and applicability provisions.
HF 501 A bill for an act relating to employment policies regarding expression of breast milk.
HF 610 A bill for an act relating to wage payment collection issues arising between employers and individuals who provide services to employers, providing penalties and remedies, and including effective date provisions.
HF 2002 A bill for an act relating to health care coverage including the establishment of a healthy Iowans for a public option and the administration of the Medicaid program, and including effective date provisions.
HF 2155 A bill for an act relating to the applicability of beverage containers control provisions and the handling fees pursuant to those provisions.
HF 2188 A bill for an act relating to health insurance coverage for mammograms and including effective date and applicability provisions.
HF 2189 A bill for an act relating to eligible programs for training approved by the director of the department of workforce development for individuals claiming unemployment insurance benefits.
HF 2190 A bill for an act including public safety telecommunicators in the protection occupation category of the Iowa public employees’ retirement system.
HF 2191 A bill for an act exempting the sale of feminine hygiene products from the sales tax.
HF 2202 A bill for an act relating to the medical cannabidiol Act by adding post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of debilitating medical conditions for which the medical use of cannabidiol would be medically beneficial.
HF 2306 A bill for an act relating to insurance coverage for dispensing prescription contraceptives in certain quantities.
HF 2362 A bill for an act providing for the inclusion of the state as a member of the United States climate alliance.

House Concurrent Resolution (HCR)

Bill Bill Title
HCR 104 A concurrent resolution urging Congress and the President of the United States to reclassify cannabis as a schedule II controlled substance under the United States Controlled Substances Act.

House Resolution (HR)

Bill Bill Title
HR 104 A resolution honoring and commemorating the city of Buxton.
HR 106 A resolution honoring Eugene C. Kellogg of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, for nearly a half century of voluntary service to Iowa in emergency services.
HR 121 A resolution recognizing and congratulating Andie Dominick on winning the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in editorial writing.
HR 123 A resolution expressing support and extending appreciation to the Iowa Department of Justice and Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller for their efforts to advocate for and protect the interests of Iowans in state-federal relations.