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SJR 8 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
proposing an amendment to the Const itution of the State of Iowa relating to the rights of a crime victim.
HF 507 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
establishing the criminal offense of nonconsensual condom removal and providing penalties.
HJR 2 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
proposing an amendment to the C onstitution of the State of Iowa relating to the rights of a crime victim.
SSB 1215 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the rights of a crime victim.
HF 471 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
relating to the liability of private employers, general contractors, and premises owners for negligently hiring or failing to supervise employees, agents, or independent contractors convicted of a public offense.
SF 580 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
relating to the liability of private employers, general contractors, and premises owners for negligently hiring employees, agents, or independent contractors convicted of a public offense.
HSB 211 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
relating to the Iowa municipal tort claims Act by limiting the personal liability of an employee unless that employee’s actions constitute willful and wanton misconduct.
HF 650 (Enrolled)
88th General Assembly
relating to the liability of private employers, general contractors, and premises owners for negligently hiring employees, agents, or independent contractors convicted of a public offense.