There are plenty of interesting subcommittee meetings scheduled for Tuesday in the Iowa House. Rep. Jon Jacobsen’s bill to require rescission of regulations headlines the list. Another bill would prohibit children under 16 from using tanning facilities.
HF 179: House File 179 was filed by Rep. Matt Windschitl. It’s an act relating to firearms requirements for hunting deer.
HF 372: House File 372 was filed by Rep. Joel Fry. It’s an act relating to the awarding of medical residency positions in the state.
HSB 158: House Study Bill 158 was proposed by Rep. Shannon Lundgren. It’s an act relating to the practice of polysomongraphy.
HSB 118: House Study Bill 118 was proposed by Rep. Steven Holt. It’s an act providing for juvenile court jurisdiction over minor guardianship proceedings.
HSB 94: House Study Bill 94 was proposed by the Department of Commerce/Banking Division. It’s an act modifying provisions relating to the licensure of professional landscape architects.
HF 349: House File 349 was filed by Rep. Brian Best. It’s an act to require radon testing and mitigation in public schools.
HF 294: House File 294 was filed by Rep. Joel Fry. It’s an act relating to the brain injury home and community-based services waiver monthly budget maximum.
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.
HSB 58: House Study Bill 58 was filed by Rep. Bobby Kaufmann. It’s an act concerning the authority of a native wine manufacturer to sell native wine for on-premises consumption.
HSB 148: House Study Bill 148 was filed by Rep. Bobby Kaufmann. It’s an act concerning the sale of alcoholic liquor by native wineries.
HF 283: House File 283 was filed by Rep. Timi Brown-Powers. It’s an act relating to the regulation of tanning facilities.
HSB 150: House Study Bill 150 was proposed by the Department of Administrative Services. It’s an act relating to appropriations from the Rebuild Iowa Infrastructure fund to the Dept. of Administrative Services for major maintenance of monuments.
HF 164: House File 164 was filed by Rep. John Wills. It’s an act relating to licenses for apprentice hunters.
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 Dept. of Management of Rulemaking.
HF 219: House File 219 was filed by Rep. Mitchell. It’s an act relating to the age an adult child may hunt on a parent’s property.
Current law allows only a minor child to hunt certain animals without a license on the land owned or leased by a parent. This bill allows a child who is under the age of 27 to hunt certain animals without a license on land owned or leased by a parent.
HSB 162: House Study Bill 162 was proposed by Rep. Rob Bacon. It’s an act relating to the management of the spread of diseases in wild animals.
HF 237: House File 237 was filed by Rep. Tedd Gassman. It’s an act relating to special minor’s driver’s licenses for students attending accredited nonpublic schools.
HF 160: House File 160 was filed by Rep. Jeff Shipley. It’s an act relating to approval of a charter application by the boards of directors of a school district.
This bill eliminates a school district’s authority to deny an application to convert an existing school district attendance center to a charter school, but requires instead that the school board review and submit to the state board of education an application that meets current code requirements. It allows the applicant to appeal to the state board a school board’s failure to submit the application to the state board.
HSB 151: House Study Bill 151 was proposed by Rep. Pat Grassley. It’s an act requiring the Department of Administrative Services to maintain a list of vacant state buildings.
HF 139: House File 139 was filed by Rep. MaryAnn Hanusa. It’s an act relating to the election of persons failing to receive the nomination of a political party.
The bill prohibits a person who seeks the nomination of a political party for election to a certain office but loses the nomination from being eligible for election to that office in the next general election for that office.
HF 210: House File 210 was filed by Rep. Brian Meyer. It’s an act concerning rules requiring hospitals to establish protocols regarding certain veterans seeking mental health services and treatment.