Iowa Rep. Jon Jacobsen’s bill that would rescind twice as many regulations as the number of new regulations passed highlights today’s House subcommittees.
HSB 154: House Study Bill 154 was proposed by Rep. Jarad Klein. It’s an act relating to the operation of authorized emergency vehicles and snow plows.
HSB 112: House Study Bill 112 was proposed by Rep. Steven Holt. It’s an act including personal degradation of a dependent adult as a form of dependent adult abuse by a caretaker regulated by the Department of Human Services.
HF 256: House File 256 was filed by Rep. Skyler Wheeler. It’s an act relating to licensing fees collected by the Board of Educational Examiners and deposited in the general fund of the state.
HSB 37: House Study Bill 37 was filed by Rep. Ashley Hinson. It’s an act relating to Department of Transportation employees designated as peace officers.
HSB 146: House Study Bill 146 was proposed by Iowa Telecommunications and Technology Commission. It’s an act eliminating the education telecommunications council and regional telecommunications councils.
HF 274: House File 274 was filed by Rep. Ashley Hinson. It’s an act requiring the Department of Education to compile reports on physical education programs in school districts.
HF 75: House File 75 was filed by Rep. Mike Sexton. It’s an act relating to the gross weight of special trucks.
HSB 138: House Study Bill 138 was proposed by the Iowa Public Information Board. It’s an act relating to confidentiality of certain law enforcement reports, records and information under Iowa’s open records law.
HSB 120: House Study Bill 120 was filed by Rep. Bobby Kaufmann. It’s a joint resolution authorizing the temporary sale of merchandise at a toy benefit for the Iowa children on the state capitol complex.
HSB 115: House Study Bill 115 was filed by Rep. Steven Holt. It’s an act creating the criminal offense of female genital mutilation.
HSB 141: House Study Bill 141 was proposed by the Iowa Public Information Board. It’s an act relating to the confidentiality of peace officer body camera data under Iowa’s open records law.
HSB 104: House Study Bill 104 was proposed by Rep. Rob Bacon. It’s an act relating to snowmobile user permits and registration fees.
HSB 116: House Study Bill 116 was filed by Rep. Steven Holt. It’s an act relating to late fees and procedures associated with rental agreements.
HSB 91: House Study Bill 91 was proposed by the Economic Development Authority. It’s an act relating to community catalyst building remediation grants for emergency products.
HSB 161: House Study Bill 161 was filed by Rep. Lee Hein. It’s an act exempting from the sales tax certain items and services sold or furnished to nonprofit blood centers.
HSB 122: House Study Bill 122 was filed by Rep. Ashley Hinson. It’s an act relating to motor vehicles operated by an automated driving system.
HSB 139: House Study Bill 139 was proposed by the Department of Human Rights. It’s an act relating to certain boards and councils in the Department of Human Rights including the establishment of the justice advisory board and the elimination of the criminal and juvenile justice planning advisory council, the public safety advisory board and the sex offender research council.
HF 302: House File 302 was filed by Rep. Jon Jacobsen. It’s an act requiring rescission of existing regulations by state agencies when new regulations are adopted, providing for approval by the Department of Management of Rulemaking.
This bill provides that a rule filing that would add one or more regulations to the Iowa administrative code shall also rescind a number of regulations equal to at least twice the number of regulations added.
HSB 152: House Study Bill 152 was proposed by the Economic Development Authority. It’s an act concerning state purchasing requirements relating to targeted small business procurement goals.
HSB 146: House Study Bill 146 was proposed by Iowa Telecommunications and Technology Commission. It’s an act eliminating the education telecommunications council and regional telecommunications councils established under the Iowa Communications Network.
HF 241: House File 241 was filed by Representatives Jeff Shipley and Skyler Wheeler. It’s an act relating to the adoption of a state of free expression by the board of regents prior to the commencement of the fall 2019 academic calendar year.
The bill provides that the Board of Regents shall adopt a statement of free expression. The bill provides that the statement of free expression shall be modeled on, and at least as committed to protecting free expression as, the University of Chicago’s January 2015 report of the committee on freedom of expression.
HSB 157: House Study Bill 157 was filed by Rep. Jarad Klein. It’s an act relating to unintentionally causing the death of a person by operating a motor vehicle at an excessive speed.
HSB 155: House Study Bill 155 was filed by Rep. Jarad Klein. It’s an act related to installations of certain wireless communications infrastructure in the state.
HSB 137: House Study Bill 137 was filed by Rep. Jarad Klein. It’s an act relating to the payment of required medical aid provided to prisoners of county jails.