To find the full version of each bill, or to find a link to each subcommittee, visit this link. Here is a list of subcommittee meetings happening on Tuesday, Feb. 15 in the Iowa House:
7:30 a.m. – HF 202 – A bill for an act relating to the awarding of joint custody and joint physical care.
8 a.m. – HSB 635 – A bill for an act relating to the employment of unauthorized aliens and providing penalties.
8 a.m. – HSB 708 – A bill for an act providing for the conduct of licensed veterinarians when involved in certain legal matters involving the alleged mistreatment of animals, including by providing for immunity from administrative, civil, or criminal liability when acting in good faith; providing for administrative, civil, or criminal liability when not acting in good faith; and making penalties applicable.
8 a.m. – HF 2311 – A bill for an act prohibiting the government of, and persons and entities from, the People’s Republic of China from acquiring real property located in the state.
8 a.m. – HF 2251 – A bill for an act relating to antique vehicle special registration plates.(Formerly HF 2007.)
8:15 a.m. – HF 2151 – A bill for an act relating to the submission of completed fingerprint packets to the board of educational examiners and including applicability provisions.
8:15 a.m. – HSB 663 – A bill for an act relating to electronic meetings of governmental bodies.
8:15 a.m. – HF 2304 – A bill for an act related to forgery involving movie prop money, and providing penalties.
8:30 a.m. – HSB 702 – A bill for an act relating to education, including requirements related to mandatory reporters, the department of education, school districts, and accredited nonpublic schools, and the responsibilities and membership of the board of educational examiners, and including applicability provisions.
8:30 a.m. – HF 2188 – A bill for an act relating to health insurance coverage for hearing aids for covered persons age eighteen and younger.
8:30 a.m. – HF 676 – A bill for an act relating to the use of inventory checklists upon commencement and termination of residential tenancies and including applicability provisions.(Formerly HF 443.)
11 a.m. – HF 2301 – A bill for an act relating to alcoholic beverage control and matters under the purview of the alcoholic beverages division of the department of commerce and including effective date provisions.(Formerly HSB 602.)
11 a.m. – HSB 682 – A bill for an act relating to various matters under the purview of the state, including city and county zoning, work-based learning, recruitment of health care professionals, regulations affecting veterans and military spouses, insurance producer temporary licenses, and the state building code, and including applicability provisions.
11 a.m. – HSB 600 – A bill for an act relating to remote testimony in civil and criminal court proceedings.
11 a.m. – HSB 707 – A bill for an act relating to rental agreements and early termination rights of tenants who are victims of certain crimes.
11 a.m. – HF 2006 – A bill for an act relating to the mailing of absentee ballots.
11 a.m. – HSB 696 – A bill for an act relating to regional representation and residency requirements for members of the state transportation commission, and including effective date and applicability provisions.
11 a.m. – HF 2215 – A bill for an act relating to legislative and congressional redistricting concerning the duties of the temporary redistricting advisory commission.
11:15 a.m. – HSB 699 – A bill for an act relating to nursing facility construction or expansion.
11:15 a.m. – HF 2227 – A bill for an act relating to landlords and tenants, including rental property utilities, the definition of rent, and forcible entry and detainer actions.
11:30 a.m. – HSB 689 – A bill for an act relating to the sale of travel insurance.
11:30 a.m. – HSB 709 – A bill for an act relating to beverage containers control provisions, including handling fees, refund value, applicability to certain beverages, and acceptance of beverage containers, and providing penalties.
11:30 a.m. – HF 2186 – A bill for an act authorizing the boards of directors of school districts to engage independent contractors to serve as dyslexia specialists.
11:30 a.m. – HF 2269 – A bill for an act relating to postconviction access to a defendant’s file in the possession of a law enforcement agency, county attorney, the attorney general in this state, and the defendant’s previous trial or appellate attorney.
11:30 a.m. – HSB 695 –
12 p.m. – HSB 711 – A bill for an act relating to the inclusion of victims of domestic abuse within the victim rights Act for the purposes of victim registration, notification, compensation, and rights in criminal proceedings and other rights.
6 p.m. – HF 2066 – A bill for an act relating to requirements for filters on mobile devices activated in the state, providing for civil liability for manufacturers of mobile devices for certain violations, and including penalties and contingent effective date provisions