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Iowa House Subcommittee meetings for Thursday, Jan. 27:

8 a.m. – HSB 500 – A bill for an act relating to the classification of property enrolled in the federal conservation reserve program and including applicability provisions.

9 a.m. – HF 2015 – A bill for an act relating to additional penalties for certain violations against bicyclists causing serious injury or death committed by a person operating a motor vehicle.

12:30 p.m. – HSB 588 – A bill for an act relating to fire insurance policies and to appraisals of insured losses, and including applicability provisions.

12:30 p.m. – HSB 587 – A bill for an act relating to life insurance company or association investments in foreign countries other than Canada, and including applicability provisions.

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12:30 p.m. – SF 463 – A bill for an act establishing the occupational therapy licensure compact.(Formerly SSB 1185.)

12:30 p.m. – HSB 592 – A bill for an act relating to video and telephonic hearings in criminal proceedings.

12:30 p.m. – HSB 593 – A bill for an act prohibiting the burdening of a person’s free exercise of religion.

12:45 p.m. – HF 2052A bill for an act relating to public school internet filtering of social media sites.

1 p.m. – HF 2012 – A bill for an act relating to executive orders of the president of the United States.

1 p.m. – HSB 598 – A bill for an act relating to protections for certain members of the military concerning employment and insurance coverage and making penalties applicable.

1:30 p.m. – HF 2011 – A bill for an act providing for repeal of the Iowa Code every ten years over a ten-year period and procedures for legislative review and reenactment.

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