Eight bills are scheduled for subcommittee meetings today in the Iowa House:
House Study Bill 11 was filed by the Attorney General. It relates to the civil commitment of sexually violent predators.
House Study Bill 23 was filed by Rep. Steven Holt. This bill relates to the criminal offense of lascivious conduct with a minor, and providing penalties.
House Study Bill 19 was proposed by Rep. Steven Holt. It’s an act relating to expert witness testimony in child sexual abuse and child endangerment cases.
House Study Bill 18 was proposed by Rep. Cecil Dolecheck. It’s an act relating to the school funding by modifying provisions relating to the collection of sales tax for deposit in the secure an advanced vision for education fund, provisions relating to and prerequisites for the use of tax revenue from the secure an advanced vision for education fund, and provisions relating to the calculation of the additional property tax levy, and making appropriations.
House Study Bill 3 was proposed by Rep. Gary Carlson. It’s an act relating to the removal of city utility board members.
House Study Bill 35 was proposed by Rep. Gary Carlson. It’s an act relating to the division of domestic stock insurers.
House File 8 was filed by Rep. Megan Jones. It eliminates a requirement that an identification number be part of an application to obtain an authorization to operate a commercial establishment involved in the care of certain nonagricultural animals.
House Study Bill 9 was proposed by the Judicial Branch. It relates to qualifications to practice law in Iowa and regulation of persons admitted to practice law in a jurisdiction of the United States other than Iowa.