House subcommittees start off Tuesday with a resolution highlighting the importance of multilateral trade agreements.
HSB 199: House Study Bill 199 was proposed by Rep. Ross Paustian. It’s a resolution recognizing the importance of multilateral trade agreements to Iowa’s economy and urging Congress to enact legislation to implement a multilateral trade agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico.
HSB 185: House Study Bill 185 was proposed by Rep. Gary Carlson. It’s an act relating to electric utility rates and infrastructure support options for private generation customers.
HF 451: House File 451 was filed by Rep. Joel Fry. It’s an act establishing a psychiatric patient placement clearinghouse and inpatient psychiatric bed tracking system work group.
HSB 175: House Study Bill 175 was proposed by Rep. Jarad Klein. It’s an act providing limited immunity from certain criminal offenses and prohibiting certain disciplinary sanctions for persons under 21 years of age who report, seek, or require emergency assistance for alcohol overdoses or protection from certain crimes.
HSB 202: House Study Bill 202 was proposed by Rep. Gary Carlson. It’s an act relating to evidence of title by state banks for certain loans.
HSB 191: House Study Bill 191 was proposed by Rep. Jarad Klein. It’s an act increasing certain penalties for speeding in a motor vehicle.
HSB 182: House Study Bill 182 was proposed by Rep. Gary Carlson. It’s an act relating to insurance notices and documents delivered by electronic means to a consumer that purchases portable electronics insurance in a retail transaction.
HSB 149: House Study Bill 149 was proposed by Rep. Lee Hein. It’s an act exempting from the state sales and use tax the purchase price and installation costs of emergency generators used for power outages or natural disasters.
HF 447: House File 447 was proposed by Representatives Andy McKean and Lindsay James. It’s an act relating to dispensing of insulin in emergency situations.
HSB 187: House Study Bill 187 was proposed by Rep. Gary Carlson. It’s an act relating to requirements for domestic surplus lines insurers.
HSB 181: House Study Bill 181 was proposed by Rep. Gary Carlson. It’s an act relating to the definition of personal injuries arising out of and in the course of the employment for the purposes of compensable acts for workers’ compensation.
HF 446: House File 446 was proposed by Rep. Megan Jones. It’s an act relating to the manufacture of controlled substances.
This bill provides it is unlawful for a person to posses ophthalmic antibiotic eyedrops or ointments, or antihistamines, used in the treatment of conjunctivitis, with the intent that the product be used to manufacture any controlled substance.
HSB 183: House Study Bill 183 was proposed by the Department of Human Services. It’s an act relating to the integration of Medicaid and healthy and well kids in Iowa program eligibility, payment and administrative functions under the Department of Human Services.