House File 2565 - IntroducedA Bill ForAn Act 1relating to the setoff procedures used by public
2agencies and including effective date provisions.
3BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA:
1   Section 1.  Section 8A.323, subsection 5, Code 2020, is
2amended to read as follows:
   35.  Any fine that remains unpaid upon becoming delinquent
4may be collected by the department of revenue pursuant to the
5setoff procedures provided for in section 8A.504 421.65. For
6purposes of this subsection, a fine becomes delinquent if
7it has not been paid within thirty days of the date of the
8issuance of the parking citation, unless a written request for
9a hearing is filed as provided pursuant to the rules of the
10department of revenue. If an appeal is filed and the citation
11is upheld, the fine becomes delinquent ten days after the
12issuance of the final decision on the appeal or thirty-one
13days after the date of the issuance of the parking citation,
14whichever is later.
15   Sec. 2.  Section 8A.502, subsection 2, Code 2020, is amended
16by striking the subsection.
17   Sec. 3.  Section 96.11, subsection 16, Code 2020, is amended
18to read as follows:
   1916.  Reimbursement of setoff costs.  The department shall
20include in the amount set off in accordance with section 8A.504
21
 421.65, for the collection of an overpayment created pursuant
22to section 96.3, subsection 7, or section 96.16, subsection
234, an additional amount for the reimbursement of setoff costs
24incurred by the department of administrative services revenue.
25   Sec. 4.  Section 99D.2, subsection 3, Code 2020, is amended
26to read as follows:
   273.  “Claimant agency” means a public agency as defined
28in section 8A.504 421.65, subsection 1, or the state court
29administrator as defined in section 602.1101.
30   Sec. 5.  Section 99D.28, subsection 2, Code 2020, is amended
31to read as follows:
   322.  The licensee is authorized and directed to withhold
33any winnings of a debtor which are paid out directly by the
34licensee subject to the lien created by this section and
35provide notice of such withholding to the winner when the
-1-1winner appears and claims winnings in person. The licensee
2shall pay the funds over to the collection entity which
3administers the setoff program pursuant to section 8A.504
4
 421.65.
5   Sec. 6.  Section 99F.1, subsection 5, Code 2020, is amended
6to read as follows:
   75.  “Claimant agency” means a public agency as defined
8in section 8A.504 421.65, subsection 1, or the state court
9administrator as defined in section 602.1101.
10   Sec. 7.  Section 99F.19, subsection 2, Code 2020, is amended
11to read as follows:
   122.  The licensee is authorized and directed to withhold
13any winnings of a debtor which are paid out directly by the
14licensee subject to the lien created by this section and
15provide notice of such withholding to the winner when the
16winner appears and claims winnings in person. The licensee
17shall pay the funds over to the collection entity which
18administers the setoff program pursuant to section 8A.504
19
 421.65.
20   Sec. 8.  Section 99G.38, subsection 3, Code 2020, is amended
21to read as follows:
   223.  The state of Iowa offset program, as provided in
23section 8A.504 421.65, shall be available to the authority to
24facilitate receipt of funds owed to the authority.
25   Sec. 9.  Section 217.34, Code 2020, is amended to read as
26follows:
   27217.34  Debt setoff.
   28The investigations division of the department of inspections
29and appeals and the department of human services shall provide
30assistance to set off against a person’s or provider’s income
31tax refund or rebate any debt which has accrued through written
32contract, nonpayment of premiums pursuant to section 249A.3,
33subsection 2, paragraph “a”, subparagraph (1), subrogation,
34departmental recoupment procedures, or court judgment and which
35is in the form of a liquidated sum due and owing the department
-2-1of human services. The department of inspections and appeals,
2with approval of the department of human services, shall adopt
3rules under chapter 17A necessary to assist the department of
4administrative services revenue in the implementation of the
5setoff under section 8A.504 421.65 in regard to money owed to
6the state for public assistance overpayments or nonpayment
7of premiums as specified in this section. The department of
8human services shall adopt rules under chapter 17A necessary to
9assist the department of administrative services revenue in the
10implementation of the setoff under section 8A.504 421.65, in
11regard to collections by the child support recovery unit and
12the foster care recovery unit.
13   Sec. 10.  Section 234.8, Code 2020, is amended to read as
14follows:
   15234.8  Fees for child welfare services.
   16The department of human services may charge a fee for
17child welfare services to a person liable for the cost of the
18services. The fee shall not exceed the reasonable cost of the
19services. The fee shall be based upon the person’s ability
20to pay and consideration of the fee’s impact upon the liable
21person’s family and the goals identified in the case permanency
22plan. The department may assess the liable person for the fee
23and the means of recovery shall include a setoff against an
24amount owed by a state agency to the person assessed pursuant
25to section 8A.504 421.65. In addition the department may
26establish an administrative process to recover the assessment
27through automatic income withholding. The department shall
28adopt rules pursuant to chapter 17A to implement the provisions
29of this section. This section does not apply to court-ordered
30services provided to juveniles which are a charge upon the
31state pursuant to section 232.141 and services for which the
32department has established a support obligation pursuant to
33section 234.39.
34   Sec. 11.  Section 252B.5, subsection 4, Code 2020, is amended
35to read as follows:
-3-   14.  Assistance to set off against a debtor’s income tax
2refund or rebate any support debt, which is assigned to
3the department of human services or which the child support
4recovery unit is attempting to collect on behalf of any
5individual not eligible as a public assistance recipient, which
6has accrued through written contract, subrogation, or court
7judgment, and which is in the form of a liquidated sum due
8and owing for the care, support, or maintenance of a child.
9Unless the periodic payment plan provisions for a retroactive
10modification pursuant to section 598.21C apply, the entire
11amount of a judgment for accrued support, notwithstanding
12compliance with a periodic payment plan or regardless of the
13date of entry of the judgment, is due and owing as of the date
14of entry of the judgment and is delinquent for the purposes of
15setoff, including for setoff against a debtor’s federal income
16tax refund or other federal nontax payment. The department
17of human services shall adopt rules pursuant to chapter 17A
18necessary to assist the department of administrative services
19
 revenue in the implementation of the child support setoff as
20established under section 8A.504 421.65.
21   Sec. 12.  Section 261.37, subsection 7, Code 2020, is amended
22to read as follows:
   237.  To establish an effective system for the collection of
24delinquent loans, including the adoption of an agreement with
25the department of administrative services revenue to set off
26against a defaulter’s income tax refund or rebate the amount
27that is due because of a default on a loan made under this
28subchapter. The commission shall adopt rules under chapter
2917A necessary to assist the department of administrative
30services
 revenue in the implementation of the student loan
31setoff program as established under section 8A.504 421.65.
32The commission shall apply administrative wage garnishment
33procedures authorized under the federal Higher Education Act of
341965, as amended and codified in 20 U.S.C. §1071 et seq., for
35all delinquent loans, including loans authorized under section
-4-1261.38, when a defaulter who is financially capable of paying
2fails to voluntarily enter into a reasonable payment agreement.
3In no case shall the commission garnish more than the amount
4authorized by federal law for all loans being collected by the
5commission, including those authorized under section 261.38.
6   Sec. 13.  Section 321.11A, subsection 1, Code 2020, is
7amended to read as follows:
   81.  Notwithstanding section 321.11, the department, upon
9request, shall provide personal information that identifies
10a person by the social security number of the person to the
11following:
   12a.  The department of revenue for the purpose purposes of
13collecting debt and administering the setoff program pursuant
14to section 421.65
.
   15b.  The judicial branch for the purpose of collecting court
16debt pursuant to section 602.8107.
   17c.  The department of administrative services for the purpose
18of administering the setoff program pursuant to section 8A.504.
19   Sec. 14.  Section 321.31, subsection 1, paragraph c, Code
202020, is amended to read as follows:
   21c.  The director shall maintain a records system of
22delinquent accounts owed to the state using information
23provided through the computerized data bank established in
24section 421.17. The department and county treasurers shall use
25the information maintained in the records system to determine
26if applicants for renewal of registration have delinquent
27accounts, charges, fees, loans, taxes, or other indebtedness
28owed to or being collected by the state as provided pursuant
29to section 8A.504 421.65. The director, the director of the
30department of administrative services,
and the director of
31revenue shall establish procedures for updating the delinquent
32accounts records to add and remove accounts, as applicable.
33   Sec. 15.  Section 321.40, subsection 6, paragraph a, Code
342020, is amended to read as follows:
   35a.  The department or the county treasurer shall refuse
-5-1to renew the registration of a vehicle registered to the
2applicant if the department or the county treasurer knows that
3the applicant has a delinquent account, charge, fee, loan,
4taxes, or other indebtedness owed to or being collected by the
5state, from information provided pursuant to sections 8A.504
6 and 421.17 and 421.65. An applicant may contest this action
7by initiating a contested case proceeding with the agency
8that referred the debt for collection pursuant to section
98A.504 421.65. The department of revenue and the department
10of transportation shall notify the county treasurers through
11the distributed teleprocessing network of persons who owe
12such a delinquent account, charge, fee, loan, taxes, or other
13indebtedness.
14   Sec. 16.  NEW SECTION.  421.65  Setoff procedures.
   151.  Definitions. As used in this section, unless the context
16otherwise requires:
   17a.  “Obligor” means a person, not including a public agency,
18who has been determined to owe a qualifying debt.
   19b.  “Public agency” means a board, commission, department,
20including the department of revenue, or other administrative
21office or unit of the state of Iowa or any other state entity
22reported in the Iowa comprehensive annual financial report,
23or a political subdivision of the state, or an office or unit
24of a political subdivision. “Public agency” does include the
25clerk of the district court as it relates to the collection of
26a qualifying debt. “Public agency” does not include the general
27assembly or office of the governor.
   28c.  “Public payment” means any claim a public agency owes to
29an obligor.
   30d.  “Qualifying debt” means any of the following:
   31(1)  Any debt, which is assigned to the department of
32human services, or which is owed to the department of human
33services for unpaid premiums under section 249A.3, subsection
342, paragraph “a”, subparagraph (1), or which the child support
35recovery unit is otherwise attempting to collect, or which the
-6-1foster care recovery unit of the department of human services
2is attempting to collect on behalf of a child receiving foster
3care provided by the department of human services.
   4(2)  Any debt which is in the form of a liquidated sum due,
5owing, and payable to the clerk of the district court.
   6(3)  Any liquidated sum certain, owing, and payable to a
7public agency, with respect to which the public agency has
8provided the obligor an opportunity to protest or challenge
9the sum in a manner in compliance with applicable law and due
10process, and which has been determined as owing through the
11challenge or protest, or for which the time period provided by
12the public agency to challenge or protest has expired.
   132.  Setoff procedure. The department shall establish and
14maintain a procedure to set off against each public payment
15any qualifying debt the obligor owes to a public agency. The
16procedure shall only apply when the department determines, in
17its discretion, it is feasible and complies with applicable
18law. The procedure shall meet the following conditions:
   19a.  Each participating public agency shall obtain and forward
20to the department the full name and social security number
21of each obligor, or similar identifying information for an
22obligor who is not a natural person, and any other information
23concerning the person the department shall require. The
24department shall cooperate with public agencies in the exchange
25of information relevant to identifying public payments and
26qualifying debt that may be subject to setoff. However, the
27department shall provide only relevant information required by
28a public agency. The information shall be held in confidence
29and used for the purpose of setoff only. Section 422.72,
30subsection 1, does not apply to this paragraph.
   31b.  Each participating public agency shall, at least
32annually, certify to the department the information required
33by paragraph “a”, the amount of each obligor’s liability to
34and the amount of each claim on the public agency, and that
35all liabilities submitted constitute qualifying debt. The
-7-1department may, by rule, require more frequent certifications
2or certifications of additional information about the
3qualifying debt or the obligor. The department may, in its
4discretion, review the accuracy of any certification made
5pursuant to this paragraph.
   6c.  The department may, by rule, establish a minimum amount
7of liabilities and claims that may be setoff.
   8d.  Upon submission of an allegation of liability by a
9public agency, the department shall notify the public agency
10whether the obligor is entitled to a public payment, and, if so
11entitled, shall notify the public agency of the amount of the
12obligor’s entitlement and last address known to the department.
13Section 422.72, subsection 1, does not apply to this paragraph.
   14e.  Upon notice of entitlement to a public payment, the
15department shall send written notification to the obligor and
16any known co-payee of the public payment. The notification
17shall contain the public agency’s assertion of its rights to
18all or a portion of the payment and of the public agency’s
19entitlement to recover the liability through the setoff
20procedure, the basis of the assertion, the opportunity to
21request that a jointly or commonly owned right to payment be
22divided among owners, and the obligor’s opportunity to give
23written notice of intent to contest the setoff procedure or
24that the debt is a qualifying debt.
   25f.  Upon the request of an obligor or a co-payee of the
26public payment received by the department within the time
27period provided in the written notification, and upon receipt
28of the full name and social security number of the co-payee,
29or similar identifying information of a co-payee who is not a
30natural person, the department shall notify the public agency
31that the public agency shall divide a jointly or commonly owned
32right to payment in the manner determined by the department.
33Any jointly or commonly owned right to payment is rebuttably
34presumed to be owned in equal portions by its joint or common
35owners.
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   1g.  The department shall, after the department has sent
2the notice to the obligor provided in paragraph “e”, set
3off the amount last certified by the public agency as owed
4to the agency against the public payment. The department
5shall refund any balance of the payment to the obligor. The
6department shall periodically transfer amounts set off to the
7public agencies entitled to them, reduced by any fees charged
8for setoff. If an obligor gives written notice of intent
9to contest a setoff, the public agency shall hold a refund
10or rebate until final disposition of the challenge. Upon
11completion of the setoff, the department shall provide written
12notice of the completed setoff to the obligor and any co-payees
13of the payment subject to setoff.
   14h.  The department’s existing right to credit against tax
15due or to become due under section 422.73 is not to be impaired
16by a right granted to or a duty imposed upon the department by
17this section. This section is not intended to impose upon the
18department any additional requirement of notice, hearing, or
19appeal concerning the right to credit against tax due under
20section 422.73.
   21i.  If the alleged liability is owing and payable to the
22clerk of the district court and setoff as provided in this
23section is sought, all of the following shall apply:
   24(1)  The judicial branch shall prescribe procedures to
25permit an obligor to contest the amount of the obligor’s
26liability to the clerk of the district court.
   27(2)  The department shall, except for the procedures
28described in subparagraph (1), provide for any other applicable
29procedures concerning setoff as provided in this subsection.
   30(3)  Upon completion of the setoff, the department shall
31file, at least monthly, with the clerk of the district court a
32notice of satisfaction of each obligation to the full extent of
33all moneys collected in satisfaction of the obligation. The
34clerk shall record the notice and enter a satisfaction for the
35amounts collected. A separate written notice is not required.
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   13.  Challenges to a setoff.
   2a.  Challenges under this section may be initiated only by an
3obligor. The department’s review of a challenge to a setoff
4is not subject to chapter 17A.
   5b.  The obligor challenging the setoff shall submit a written
6challenge in the manner provided in the notice described in
7subsection 2, paragraph “e”, within fifteen days of the date of
8the notice.
   9c.  The department, upon receipt of a written challenge,
10shall provide written notice of the challenge to the public
11agency. The department shall review the information submitted
12by the public agency prior to the setoff and shall obtain
13additional information from the public agency if necessary to
14establish that the liability is a qualified debt, or to verify
15the identity of the obligor or the amount owed. The department
16shall set a time to occur within ten days of receipt of the
17challenge to review the relevant facts of the challenge with
18the obligor. An alternative time may be set at the request
19of the obligor. If the obligor does not participate in the
20review at the scheduled time and an alternative time is not
21requested and approved, the review shall take place without the
22obligor being present. Information in favor of the obligor
23and the public agency shall be considered in the review. Only
24a determination that the debt is not a qualified debt or a
25mistake of fact, including a mistake in the identity of the
26obligor, or a mistake in the amount owed, shall be considered
27as a reason to deny or modify the setoff.
   28d.  If the department determines that a mistake of fact has
29occurred or that the liability submitted does not constitute
30a qualified debt, the public agency shall promptly return the
31setoff funds to the original payee or payees unless there is
32another qualifying debt available for setoff.
   33e.  If the department finds no mistake of fact and that the
34liability is a qualified debt, the department shall provide a
35notice of that effect to the obligor and the public agency, and
-10-1the public agency shall retain the funds subject to setoff.
   2f.  The obligor shall have the right to file an action for
3wrongful setoff in district court within thirty days of the
4date of the notice to the obligor provided in paragraph “e”,
5either in the county where the obligor is located or the county
6where the main office of the public agency is located. The
7defendant in such action shall be the public agency, with an
8additional copy of such petition to be served upon the office
9of the attorney general. Actions under this section are in
10equity and not actions at law and are an obligor’s exclusive
11remedy to challenge any action arising from or related to this
12section.
   13g.  Recovery under this subsection is limited to restitution
14from the public agency of the amount that has been wrongfully
15setoff or obtained by the public agency.
   16h.  A challenge under this subsection shall not be used to
17extend, toll, or reopen the statute of limitations to challenge
18or contest a qualified debt. Only mistakes of fact, failure
19of the public agency to comply with the provisions of this
20section, or a liability that is not a qualified debt, shall
21constitute grounds for challenge under this subsection.
   224.  Priority. In the case of multiple claims to payments
23filed under this section, priority shall be given to claims
24filed by the child support recovery unit or the foster care
25recovery unit, next priority shall be given to claims filed
26by the clerk of the district court, next priority shall be
27given to claims filed by the investigations division of the
28department of inspections and appeals, next priority shall be
29given to claims that will be deposited into the state general
30fund, and last priority shall be given to claims filed by other
31public agencies. In the case of multiple claims in which the
32priority is not otherwise provided by this subsection, priority
33shall be determined in accordance with rules to be established
34by the department.
   355.  Reciprocal agreements. The director shall have the
-11-1authority to enter into reciprocal agreements with departments
2or agencies of other states that have established a setoff
3procedure.
   46.  Fees. The department shall establish fees for use of the
5setoff system to be paid by participating public agencies to
6the department.
7   Sec. 17.  Section 422.12G, subsection 2, Code 2020, is
8amended to read as follows:
   92.  The director of revenue shall draft the income tax form
10to allow the designation of contributions to the veterans trust
11fund and to the volunteer fire fighter preparedness fund as
12one checkoff on the tax return. The department of revenue,
13on or before January 31, shall transfer one-half of the total
14amount designated on the tax return forms due in the preceding
15calendar year to the veterans trust fund and the remaining
16one-half to the volunteer fire fighter preparedness fund.
17However, before a checkoff pursuant to this section shall be
18permitted, all liabilities on the books of the department of
19administrative services
and accounts identified as owing under
20section 8A.504 421.65 shall be satisfied.
21   Sec. 18.  Section 422.12I, subsection 2, Code 2020, is
22amended to read as follows:
   232.  The director of revenue shall draft the income tax form
24to allow the designation of contributions to the foundation
25fund on the tax return. The department, on or before January
2631, shall transfer the total amount designated on the tax
27form due in the preceding year to the foundation fund.
28However, before a checkoff pursuant to this section shall be
29permitted, all liabilities on the books of the department of
30administrative services
and accounts identified as owing under
31section 8A.504 421.65 shall be satisfied.
32   Sec. 19.  Section 422.12K, subsection 2, Code 2020, is
33amended to read as follows:
   342.  The director of revenue shall draft the income tax form
35to allow the designation of contributions to the child abuse
-12-1prevention program fund on the tax return. The department of
2revenue, on or before January 31, shall transfer the total
3amount designated on the tax return forms due in the preceding
4calendar year to the child abuse prevention program fund.
5However, before a checkoff pursuant to this section shall be
6permitted, all liabilities on the books of the department of
7administrative services
and accounts identified as owing under
8section 8A.504 421.65 shall be satisfied.
9   Sec. 20.  Section 422.20, subsection 3, paragraph a, Code
102020, is amended to read as follows:
   11a.  Unless otherwise expressly permitted by section 8A.504,
12 section 8G.4, section 11.41, section 96.11, subsection 6,
13section 421.17, subsections 22, 23, and 26, section 421.17,
14subsection 27, paragraph “k”, section 421.17, subsection 31,
15section 252B.9, section 321.40, subsection 6, sections 321.120,
16421.19, 421.28, 421.65, 422.72, and 452A.63, this section, or
17another provision of law, a tax return, return information, or
18investigative or audit information shall not be divulged to any
19person or entity, other than the taxpayer, the department, or
20internal revenue service for use in a matter unrelated to tax
21administration.
22   Sec. 21.  Section 422.72, subsection 3, paragraph a, Code
232020, is amended to read as follows:
   24a.  Unless otherwise expressly permitted by section 8A.504,
25 section 8G.4, section 11.41, section 96.11, subsection 6,
26section 421.17, subsections 22, 23, and 26, section 421.17,
27subsection 27, paragraph “k”, section 421.17, subsection 31,
28section 252B.9, section 321.40, subsection 6, sections 321.120,
29421.19, 421.28, 421.65, 422.20, and 452A.63, this section, or
30another provision of law, a tax return, return information, or
31investigative or audit information shall not be divulged to any
32person or entity, other than the taxpayer, the department, or
33internal revenue service for use in a matter unrelated to tax
34administration.
35   Sec. 22.  Section 456A.16, subsection 7, Code 2020, is
-13-1amended to read as follows:
   27.  The department shall adopt rules pursuant to chapter 17A
3to implement this section. However, before a checkoff pursuant
4to this section shall be permitted, all liabilities on the
5books of the department of administrative services revenue and
6accounts identified as owing under section 8A.504 421.65 shall
7be satisfied.
8   Sec. 23.  Section 602.8102, subsection 58A, Code 2020, is
9amended to read as follows:
   1058A.  Assist the department of administrative services
11
 revenue in setting off against debtors’ income tax refunds
12or rebates under section 8A.504 421.65, debts which are due,
13owing, and payable to the clerk of the district court as
14criminal fines, civil penalties, surcharges, or court costs.
15   Sec. 24.  Section 602.8107, subsection 4, paragraph a, Code
162020, is amended to read as follows:
   17a.  This subsection does not apply to amounts collected for
18victim restitution, the victim compensation fund, the criminal
19penalty surcharge, sex offender civil penalty, drug abuse
20resistance education surcharge, the law enforcement initiative
21surcharge, county enforcement surcharge, amounts collected as
22a result of procedures initiated under subsection 5 or under
23section 8A.504 421.65, or fees charged pursuant to section
24356.7.
25   Sec. 25.  Section 642.2, subsection 4, Code 2020, is amended
26to read as follows:
   274.  Notwithstanding subsections 2, 3, 6, and 7, any
28moneys owed to the child support obligor by the state, with
29the exception of unclaimed property held by the treasurer
30of state pursuant to chapter 556, and payments owed to the
31child support obligor through the Iowa public employees’
32retirement system are subject to garnishment, attachment,
33execution, or assignment by the child support recovery unit
34if the child support recovery unit is providing enforcement
35services pursuant to chapter 252B. Any moneys that are
-14-1determined payable by the treasurer pursuant to section 556.20,
2subsection 2, to the child support obligor shall be subject to
3setoff pursuant to section 8A.504 421.65, notwithstanding any
4administrative rule pertaining to the child support recovery
5unit limiting the amount of the offset.
6   Sec. 26.  REPEAL.  Section 8A.504, Code 2020, is repealed.
7   Sec. 27.  TRANSITION PROVISIONS.  Any rule, regulation,
8form, order, or directive promulgated by the department of
9administrative services as required to administer and enforce
10the provisions of section 8A.504 prior to the effective date of
11this Act shall continue in full force and effect until amended,
12repealed, or supplemented by the department of revenue.
13   Sec. 28.  EFFECTIVE DATE.  This Act takes effect January 1,
142021.
15EXPLANATION
16The inclusion of this explanation does not constitute agreement with
17the explanation’s substance by the members of the general assembly.
   18This bill relates to the setoff procedures used by public
19agencies.
   20The bill repeals the setoff procedures administered by the
21department of administrative services and contained in Code
22section 8A.504 and reestablishes the setoff procedures under
23the purview of the department of revenue. The bill updates
24references to the setoff procedures accordingly throughout the
25Code.
   26Pursuant to new Code section 421.65, the department of
27revenue is required to establish and maintain a procedure to
28set off against any claim owed to a person by a public agency
29any liability of that person owed to a public agency, a support
30debt being enforced by the child support recovery unit, or any
31other qualifying debt. The bill also creates a process for an
32obligor to challenge a setoff.
   33The bill provides that any rule, regulation, form, order,
34or directive the department of administrative services adopted
35prior to the effective date of the bill to administer Code
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2the department of revenue amends, repeals, or supplements such
3rule, regulation, form, order, or directive.
   4The bill takes effect January 1, 2021.
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