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July 03, 2022GA 89

House File (HF)

Bill Bill Title
HF 150 A bill for an act relating to shared operational functions for purposes of supplementary weighting for school districts and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See HF 642, HF 845.)
HF 375 A bill for an act relating to the registration of postsecondary schools with the college student aid commission, and to the postsecondary registration fund under the control of the commission.(See HF 644.)
HF 377 A bill for an act related to a commutation of sentence request from a class “A” felon sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole, establishing a life imprisonment review committee to make recommendations in the case of a minimum custody level applicant who has served at least twenty-five years in prison, with reconsideration of a sentence upon the governor’s request or inaction, and providing expedited review in the case of an applicant’s terminal illness and incapacitation.
HF 2026 A bill for an act exempting all retirement income from the individual income tax including retroactive applicability provisions.
HF 2037 A bill for an act relating to school districts that share an operational function in the area of superintendent management and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See HF 2080.)
HF 2071 A bill for an act relating to the practice of cosmetology arts and sciences at a mobile establishment.
HF 2085 A bill for an act establishing a new license to be issued by the board of educational examiners.(See HF 2500.)
HF 2119 A bill for an act relating to the dispensing of abortion-inducing drugs to patients within the state, and providing penalties.(See HF 2389.)
HF 2176 A bill for an act relating to obscene material disseminated to a minor by a public or private elementary or secondary school or library, or a public library, creating a civil cause of action, providing criminal penalties, and including effective date provisions.
HF 2191 A bill for an act relating to the commutation of sentence procedure for class “A” felons.
HF 2253 A bill for an act authorizing certain specified school districts to use revenues from the district management levy for student loan repayment.
HF 2254 A bill for an act relating to the minimum school calendar requirements and the use of online learning by school districts and accredited nonpublic schools.

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 1 A resolution for the selection and appointment of secretaries and pages.
HR 2 A resolution to arrange for opening the sessions with prayer.
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.
HR 102 A resolution honoring the life and service of Representative John Landon.
HR 108 A resolution recognizing and affirming support for Ukrainian sovereignty and firmly stating that the people of Iowa stand on the side of freedom and individual self-determination and self-governance.
HR 109 A resolution honoring the achievements and contributions of Gene Elliott.