SSB 1134: Senate Study Bill 1134 was proposed by Sen. Jason Schultz. It’s an act relating to community engagement activity requirements under the Iowa Health and Wellness plan.
SSB 1206: Senate Study Bill 1206 was proposed by Sen. Jake Chapman. It’s an act relating to insurance notices and documents delivered by electronic means to a consumer that purchases portable electronics insurance in a retail transaction.
SF 390: Senate File 390 was proposed by Senators Liz Mathis and Dan Zumbach. It’s an act prohibiting public employers from seeking the criminal record history from applicants for employment under certain circumstances.
SF 399: Senate File 399 was proposed by Sen. Mark Costello. It’s an act relating to telepharmacy licensing requirements.
SSB 1195: Senate Study Bill 1195 was proposed by Sen. Jake Chapman. It’s an act related to installations of certain wireless telecommunications infrastructure in the state.
SSB 1207: Senate Study Bill 1207 was proposed by Sen. Jake Chapman. It’s an act relating to requirements for domestic surplus lines insurers.
SSB 1158: Senate Study Bill 1158 was proposed by Sen. Randy Feenstra. It’s an act relating to the selling or furnishing of water by mobile home parks, including creating an exemption to the water service excise law.
SF 241: Senate File 241 was filed by Sen. Bill Dotzler. It’s an act relating to claims for unemployment insurance benefits.
SF 137: Senate File 137 was proposed by Sen. Mark Lofgren. It’s an act relating to electronic transaction by permitting the use of distributed ledger technology and smart contracts.
SSB 1177: Senate Study Bill 1177 was proposed by the Dept. of Commerce/Credit Union Division. It’s an act relating to procedural requirements for the merger of state credit unions.
SF 383: Senate File 383 was filed by Sen. Charles Schneider. It’s an act relating to the disposition of inherited or gifted property in dissolution of marriage proceedings.
SSB 1228: Senate Study Bill 1228 was proposed by Sen. Roby Smith. It’s an act relating to the protection of certain patient information and data under the purview of the Department of Public Health.
SSB 1229: Senate Study Bill 1229 was proposed by Sen. Roby Smith. It’s an act prohibiting governmental entities from using public funds for lobbying activities.
SSB 1211: Senate Study Bill 1211 was proposed by the Department of Human Services. It’s an act relating to the application fee and annual fee imposed for nonassistance child support cases.
SSB 1227: Senate Study Bill 1227 was proposed by Sen. Dan Zumbach. It’s an act relating to an offense involving trespass to agricultural production facilities.
SF 381: Senate File 381 was filed by Sen. Zach Nunn. It’s an act establishing a criminal penalty for violent repeat offenders.
SF 418: Senate File 418 was filed by Sen. Charles Schneider. It’s an act relating to the practice of barbering and cosmetology arts and sciences.
SF 382: Senate File 382 was filed by Rep. Zach Nunn. It’s an act relating to domestic abuse, including provisions relating to the implementation of a domestic abuse lethality screening assessment and supervised electronic tracking and monitoring.
SF 380: Senate File 380 was proposed by Sen. Roby Smith. It’s an act relating to sexual exploitation by a youth athletics coach.
SSB 1088: Senate Study Bill 1088 was proposed by Sen. Jake Chapman. It’s an act concerning disqualification from eligibility for unemployment benefits due to discharge for misconduct.
SSB 1230: Senate Study Bill 1230 was proposed by the Board of Pharamcy. It’s an act relating to controlled substances, including amending information collection and reporting requirements under the Iowa prescription monitoring program, amending the controlled substance schedules, removing certain references to marijuana.
SSB 1224: Senate Study Bill 1224 was proposed by Sen. Brad Zaun. it’s an act relating to the restoration of voting rights to certain convicted persons.
This bill relates to the definition of a discharge of a criminal sentence for the purposes of the automatic restoration of a convicted person’s voting rights pursuant to the constitutional amendment contained in House Study Bill 68 and Senate Study Bill 1046.
The bill defines the discharge of a criminal sentence as including the payment of all restitution, court costs, fines, surcharges or penalties the person owes as a result of the person’s conviction and removal from the sex offender registry.