Legislative Document Research

Search a subset of the website by choosing content types in the search in the Search Within box (left margin).

Search for documents...
By Topic:
Containing all these words:
and not containing any of these words:
and containing one or more of these words:
and containing this exact phrase:
and containing all these words near each other:
Terms, i.e., state payment program
Proximity, i.e., 10, 25 or 50 (distance apart words are allowed to be, default is 25)
Search by Iowa Code affected by bill:
Search by sponsor:
(Only for bills and amendments)
Search by author:
Search by department:
Search by budget unit:
A county, city, fire district, or school district, which has areas within its boundaries which overlap areas within the boundaries of another county, city, fire district, or school district, or whose boundaries are contiguous with another county, city...
It is the intent of the general assembly to encourage school districts or fire districts to jointly issue general obligation bonds to fund separate projects proposed in each district and, by pooling their debt obligations, to realize a savings for tax...
The state, board of regents institutions, counties, townships, school districts, community colleges, cities, and other public entities, and every person acting as contracting agent for any such entity, shall, when issuing bonds or other obligations, m...
The governing body of a fair may issue bonds payable from revenue generated by the operations of the fair event and the use or rental of the real and personal property owned or leased by the fair. The governing body of a fair shall comply with all of ...
Tagged topics: bondselections and politics
As used in subchapters III through V of this chapter, the use of the conjunctive “and” includes the disjunctive “or” and the use of the disjunctive “or” includes the conjunctive “and”, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.
As used in this subchapter, unless the context otherwise requires: “General obligation bond” means a negotiable bond issued by a city and payable from the levy of unlimited ad valorem taxes on all the taxable property within the city through its de...
A city which proposes to carry out any essential corporate purpose within or without its corporate limits, and to contract indebtedness and issue general obligation bonds to provide funds to pay all or any part of the cost of a project must do so in a...
A city which proposes to carry out any general corporate purpose within or without its corporate limits, and to contract indebtedness and issue general obligation bonds to provide funds to pay all or any part of the costs of a project, must do so in a...
A city may enter into loan agreements to borrow money for any public purpose in accordance with the following terms and procedures: A loan agreement entered into by a city may contain provisions similar to those sometimes found in loan agreements betw...
A city may sell general obligation bonds at public or private sale in the manner prescribed by chapter 75. General obligation funding or refunding bonds issued for the purposes specified in section 384.24, subsection 3, paragraph “f”, may be exc...