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February 24, 2024GA 90

House File (HF)

Bill Bill Title
HF 1 A bill for an act relating to local government funding by modifying school district funding provisions, property assessment provisions, and bond issuance requirements, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See HF 718.)
HF 2 A bill for an act relating to public contracts, public fund investing, and lending practices with certain companies that engage in economic boycotts based on environmental, social, or governance criteria, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See HF 653.)
HF 3 A bill for an act relating to public assistance program integrity, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 613.)
HF 4 A bill for an act modifying requirements related to teacher intern license programs and licenses and authorizations issued by the board of educational examiners and establishing a temporary initial teaching license to be issued by the board of educational examiners to applicants who complete an alternative teacher certification program.(See HF 255.)
HF 5 A bill for an act relating to education, including requiring the boards of directors of school districts and the governing boards of charter schools to publish certain specified information, modifying provisions related to required social studies instruction, and providing civil penalties.
HF 6 A bill for an act relating to workforce development, including establishing the Iowa workforce grant and incentive program and modifying the responsibilities of the Iowa workforce development board.(See HF 447.)
HF 7 A bill for an act relating to institutions of higher education governed by the state board of regents, including requiring the institutions to submit reports to the general assembly related to terms associated with courses offered by the institutions’ colleges of education and establishing an interim study committee to evaluate practitioner preparation programs offered by the institutions, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 182.)
HF 8 A bill for an act prohibiting instruction related to gender identity and sexual orientation in school districts and charter schools in kindergarten through grade three.(See HF 348.)
HF 9 A bill for an act relating to parental and guardian consent and information regarding the gender identity of students enrolled in a school district or charter school.(See HF 180.)
HF 10 A bill for an act relating to education, including requirements related to mandatory reporters, a process for investigating complaints against licensed practitioners, and the responsibilities of the department of education, school districts, charter schools, accredited nonpublic schools, and the board of educational examiners.(See HF 430.)
HF 11 A bill for an act relating to the responsibilities of the state board of regents and the institutions of higher education governed by the state board of regents, including requiring the board to publish certain information related to the average income and student debt of institution graduates and requiring the institutions to provide career services to undergraduates.(See HF 135.)
HF 12 A bill for an act relating to social studies instruction in public schools, accredited nonpublic schools, and charter schools.(See HF 132.)
HF 13 A bill for an act relating to rural emergency hospitals, including licensing requirements and fees, making penalties applicable, providing emergency rulemaking authority, and including applicability and effective date provisions.(See HF 144.)
HF 65 A bill for an act relating to the casting of provisional ballots by persons registering to vote on election day or when casting an in-person absentee ballot.
HF 146 A bill for an act prohibiting certain actions relating to abortifacient drugs in the state, and providing penalties.
HF 147 A bill for an act creating the second amendment preservation Act, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions.
HF 152 A bill for an act relating to school resource officers by establishing a rural school security grant program and making appropriations.
HF 230 A bill for an act requiring the state transportation commission to prioritize the improvement of United States highway 30.(See HF 589, HF 2569.)
HF 231 A bill for an act relating to regional representation and residency requirements for members of the state transportation commission, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See HF 585.)
HF 285 A bill for an act relating to excused absences for certain autism-related health care activities for students of a school district.(See HF 610.)
HF 368 A bill for an act relating to specified utility construction project requirements, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See HF 565.)
HF 406 A bill for an act relating to human trafficking and providing penalties.(See HF 630.)
HF 479 A bill for an act establishing a veterans recovery pilot program and fund for the reimbursement of expenses related to providing hyperbaric oxygen treatment to eligible veterans.(See HF 574.)
HF 510 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa human life protection Act, providing for civil actions and civil penalties, and including effective date provisions.
HF 2073 A bill for an act authorizing school districts, charter schools, and innovation zone schools to employ chaplains, or engage volunteer chaplains, to provide services to students.
HF 2110 A bill for an act allowing radiologists to participate in the rural Iowa primary care loan repayment program.
HF 2112 A bill for an act relating to unlawful activities, including those related to state residency and citizenship requirements in determining eligibility for public assistance, and the smuggling of persons, and providing penalties.(See HF 2608.)
HF 2128 A bill for an act requiring proof of citizenship or lawful presence in the country for a student to be classified for in-state tuition and fees at a regents institution or community college.(See HF 2320.)
HF 2171 A bill for an act relating to child sexual abuse and child sexual assault awareness and prevention.
HF 2199 A bill for an act relating to health care employment agencies, including the statewide maximum allowable charges schedule applicable to nursing services provided by health care employment agency workers, providing penalties, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.(See HF 2391.)
HF 2206 A bill for an act relating to public safety personnel by modifying the retirement benefits of sheriffs and deputy sheriffs, restricting bail for murder in the first degree or felonious assaults committed upon public safety personnel, and providing for a tax credit for moving expenses available against the individual income tax for new public safety personnel moving to the state.(See HF 2533.)
HF 2215 A bill for an act relating to the reporting of serious reportable events, and providing penalties.
HF 2216 A bill for an act relating to certain employees of the department of corrections, including collective bargaining, health insurance for a surviving spouse and children of certain employees of the department, and certain operational and employment matters involving the department, and including applicability provisions.
HF 2217 A bill for an act establishing the public offense of resisting arrest, and providing penalties.
HF 2224 A bill for an act relating to the administration of moderate sedation by a licensee of the dental board.
HF 2233 A bill for an act relating to initial and continuing education requirements for licensed professions.
HF 2256 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of an unborn child for the purposes of damages for wrongful death, the defense of compulsion, homicide and related crimes, and assault, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions.
HF 2259 A bill for an act establishing the criminal offense of looting, and providing penalties.(See HF 2598.)
HF 2327 A bill for an act relating to higher education, including diversity, equity, and inclusion policies, tuition, and administrator hiring at state universities, membership of the state board of regents, and student-employer work and tuition programs at state universities and community colleges.(See HF 2558.)
HF 2329 A bill for an act requiring the director of the department of education to conduct a comprehensive review of the state’s high school graduation requirements, core curriculum, core content standards, and educational standards and to recommend policy changes, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 2545.)
HF 2330 A bill for an act relating to education, including by modifying provisions related to the social studies instruction provided to students enrolled in grades one through twelve and the educational programs provided by the institutions of higher education under the control of the state board of regents.(See HF 2544.)
HF 2535 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa public employees’ retirement system by modifying the retirement benefits of sheriffs and deputy sheriffs.

House Resolution (HR)

Bill Bill Title
HR 4 A resolution designating a hypertrophic cardiomyopathy awareness day and promoting efforts to educate people about hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
HR 5 A resolution regarding foundational principles of the American form of government.
HR 11 A resolution commemorating St. Patrick’s Day and the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement between most political parties in Northern Ireland and the British and Irish governments.
HR 17 A resolution to recognize and congratulate the women’s basketball team of Clarke University in Dubuque for their 2023 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics championship.
HR 101 A resolution affirming the State of Iowa’s support for the State of Israel and condemning the Hamas attack on Israel on October 7, 2023.
HR 102 A resolution to address the stigma around the term mental health by recognizing the term brain health.
HR 109 A resolution affirming the state of Iowa’s support for the state of Texas and condemning the federal government’s immigration policies.
HR 110 A resolution honoring and congratulating Caitlin Clark for her extraordinary accomplishments and establishing February 22, 2024, as Caitlin Clark day in the state of Iowa.