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September 18, 2021GA 89

House File (HF)

Bill Bill Title
HF 61 A bill for an act modifying sex offender registry requirements by requiring sex offenders whose registration requirements have expired to reregister, and providing penalties.
HF 76 A bill for an act relating to interference with political signs and providing penalties.
HF 86 A bill for an act relating to voluntary diversity plans under the state’s open enrollment law.(See HSB 64, HF 228.)
HF 113 A bill for an act relating to demolition reserves on fire and casualty claims on real property located within a city and requesting an interim study on such reserves.
HF 216 A bill for an act creating a vacant school building demolition grant program and fund and making appropriations.(See HF 778.)
HF 218 A bill for an act concerning county supervisor representation plans, and including effective date provisions.
HF 272 A bill for an act removing gender identity as a protected class under the Iowa civil rights Act.
HF 290 A bill for an act relating to trespass and making penalties applicable.
HF 299 A bill for an act restricting the use of information related to motor vehicle registration maintained by the department of transportation and county treasurers and providing penalties.
HF 354 A bill for an act relating to juror and witness compensation.
HF 407 A bill for an act relating to 911 emergency telephone service, including how funds deposited in a 911 service fund may be used, the costs associated with providing 911 service, and access to the next generation 911 network.
HF 408 A bill for an act relating to the approval of organizations that may certify persons to offer handgun safety training courses.
HF 444 A bill for an act relating to township fire stations by authorizing the use of certain property taxes approved at election for the payment of anticipatory bonds.(See HF 718.)
HF 579 A bill for an act exempting from the state sales tax and use tax the purchase price of tangible personal property or specified digital products sold and services furnished to a nonprofit food bank.

House Joint Resolution (HJR)

Bill Bill Title
HJR 8 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa providing that the people of the state have a right to hunt, fish, trap, and harvest wildlife.

House Concurrent Resolution (HCR)

Bill Bill Title
HCR 4 A concurrent resolution urging Congress to reassert its constitutional authority over international commerce.
HCR 5 A concurrent resolution calling on the President of the United States to establish a United States-United Kingdom free-trade agreement.
HCR 6 A concurrent resolution calling for and supporting the creation of a bilateral trade agreement between the United States and Taiwan.
HCR 7 A concurrent resolution urging the United States Congress to support legislation to amend the Federal Meat Inspection Act to exempt from federal regulation the slaughter and processing of cattle, swine, and other animals produced as part of our food system for intrastate sale.

House Resolution (HR)

Bill Bill Title
HR 8 A resolution urging the Congress of the United States to grant additional authority to the Federal Communications Commission to restrict unwanted robocalls and call spoofing, and urging the Federal Communications Commission to educate the public on how to report unlawful telephone calls.
HR 15 A resolution urging the members of the General Assembly to request that a special session be held to commemorate the one hundred seventy-fifth anniversary of Iowa attaining statehood.
HR 16 A resolution declaring the intent of the House of Representatives to do all that is in its power to protect the constitutional right of Iowans to keep and bear arms.
HR 17 A resolution urging the United States Congress to oppose efforts to expand the Supreme Court of the United States.
HR 18 A resolution recognizing Iowa’s commitment to private property rights, to the Iowans employed in the livestock industry, and the threat that socialism poses to the rights of Iowans to make their own choices free from government coercion regarding the production of livestock and the consumption of food including meat.