Senate action resumes Thursday with a subcommittee for a Constitutional Convention headlining the list. There’s also a bill that would prohibit use of electronic communication devices.

SSB 1123: Senate Study Bill 1123 was filed by Sen. Dan Zumbach. It’s an act establishing a partial property tax exemption for certain agricultural land planted with cover crops.

SSB 1066: Senate Study Bill 1066 was proposed by the Attorney General. It’s an act relating to the provision of debt management services in connection with educational loans.

SSB 1121: Senate Study Bill 1121 was proposed by the Department of Natural Resources. It’s an act providing for the repeal of the honey creek premier destination park bond program.

SSB 1051: Senate Study Bill 1051 was proposed by the College Student Aid Commission. It’s an act relating to eligibility and reporting requirements for the skilled workforce shortage tuition grant program.

SSB 1083: Senate Study Bill 1083 was proposed by the Economic Development Authority. It’s an act relating to the Enhance Iowa Board and moneys allocated by the board.

SSB 1072: Senate Study Bill 1072 was proposed by the Attorney General. It’s an act increasing the required amount for a surety bond necessary for the issuance of a travel trailer dealer’s license.

SJR 11: Senate Joint Resolution 11 was proposed by Sen. Zach Whiting. It’s a resolution requesting the call of a Constitutional Convention for the purpose of proposing an amendment to the U.S. Constitution relating to term limits for federal legislators.

SSB 1052: Senate Study Bill 1052 was proposed by the College Student Aid Commission. It’s an act relating to requirements for eligibility under the All Iowa Opportunity Scholarship program.

SF 151: Senate File 151 was filed by Sen. Amy Sinclair. It’s an act relating to home improvement fraud and providing penalties for contractors who commit home improvement fraud.

SSB 1099: Senate Study Bill 1099 was filed by Sen. Amy Sinclair. It’s an act relating to speech and expression at public institutions of higher education, providing for remedies and including effective date provisions.

SSB 1111: Senate Study Bill 1111 was filed by Sen. Dan Zumbach. It’s an act providing for the sale of certain mushrooms at farmers markets.

SSB 1094: Senate Study Bill 1094 was filed by Sen. Jeff Edler. It’s an act relating to conflicts of interest in certain government public contracts.

SSB 1096: Senate Study Bill 1096 was filed by Sen. Jake Chapman. It’s an act relating to permissible interest rates and charges for certain loans.

SSB 1055: Senate Study Bill 1055 was filed by Sen. Brad Zaun. It’s an act relating to the Iowa sobriety and drug monitoring program.

SSB 1117: Senate Study Bill 1117 was filed 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.

SF 93: Senate File 93 was filed by Sen. Mark Lofgren. It’s an act relating to abandoned structures and abatement of public nuisances.

SF 76: Senate File 76 was filed by Sen. Mark Lofgren. It’s an act relating to the use of an electronic communication device while driving.

SSB 1085: Senate Study Bill 1085 was proposed by the Economic Development Authority. It’s an act providing for exceptions to the state child labor law.

SF 85: Senate File 85 was filed by Sen. Brad Zaun. It’s an act establishing an interim study committee relating to child welfare.

SF 124: Senate File 124 was filed by Sen. Brad Zaun. It’s an act relating to the notification of a county commission of veteran affairs of the incarceration of a veteran at a jail or municipal holding facility.

SSB 1110: Senate Study Bill 1110 was filed by Sen. Jake Chapman. It’s an act relating to franchisor-franchisee relationships for the purposes of certain employment laws.

SSB 1076: Senate Study Bill 1076 was proposed by the Department of Commerce/Alcoholic Beverages Division. It’s an act relating to alcoholic beverage control and matters under the purview of the alcoholic beverages division of the Department of Commerce.

Jacob Hall

Author: Jacob Hall