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SSB 1090: Senate Study Bill 1090 was filed by Sen. Tim Kapucian. It is an act relating to the operation of authorized emergency vehicles and snow plows.
SSB 1148: Senate Study Bill 1148 was filed by Sen. Tim Kapucian. It’s an act relating to wrecked or salvage motor vehicles.
SSB 1106: Senate Study Bill 1106 was filed by Sen. Brad Zaun. It’s an act relating to the liability of the state, counties, municipalities and employees thereof for certain torts.
SSB 1149: Senate Study Bill 1149 was filed by Sen. Jason Schultz. It’s an act concerning unemployment insurance.
SSB 1107: Senate Study Bill 1107 was filed by Sen. Brad Zaun. It’s an act providing limited immunity from certain criminal offenses and prohibiting certain disciplinary sanctions for persons under 21 years of age who report, seek, or require emergency assistance for alcohol overdoses or protection from certain crimes.
SSB 1004: Senate Study Bill 1004 was filed by Sen. Brad Zaun. It’s an act prohibiting the use of automated or remote systems for traffic law enforcement and requires the removal of existing systems.
SF 234: Senate File 234 was filed by Sen. Brad Zaun. It’s an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees.
The bill requires employers to treat an employee who adopts a child in the same manner as an employee who is the biological parent of a newborn child for purposes of employment policies, benefits and protections for the first year of the adoption.
SSB 1109: Senate Study Bill 1109 was filed by Rep. Jason Schultz. It’s an act relating to eligibility for the supplemental nutrition assistance program and cooperation regarding a child support order.
SSB 1108: Senate Study Bill 1108 was filed by Sen. Jason Schultz. It’s an act relating to the supplemental nutrition assistance program and workfare.
SF 251: Senate File 251 was filed by Sen. Mariannette Miller-Meeks. It’s an act relating to the provision of Medicaid coverage to pregnant women lawfully residing in the United States.
SSB 1140: Senate Study Bill 1140 was filed by Sen. Brad Zaun. It’s an act relating to nonsubstantive code corrections.
SF 1: Senate File 1 was filed by Sen. Jake Chapman. It’s an act relating to the repeal of the state inheritance tax and the state qualified use inheritance tax.
SSB 1134: Senate Study Bill 1134 was filed by Sen. Jason Schultz. It’s an act relating to community engagement activity requirements under the Iowa Health and Wellness Plan.
SSB 1115: Senate Study Bill 1115 was filed by Sen. Roby Smith. It’s a joint resolution authorizing the temporary sale of merchandise at a toy benefit for Iowa children on the state capitol complex grounds.
SF 252: Senate File 252 was filed by Mariannette Miller-Meeks. It’s an act relating to the suspension of Medicaid coverage for an inmate of a public institution.
SSB 1151: Senate Study Bill 1151 was filed by Sen. Jake Chapman. It’s an act relating to the insurance fraud bureau, criminal history checks for licenses granted by the insurance division, and resolving inconsistencies.
SSB 1070: Senate Study Bill 1070 was proposed by the Attorney General. It’s an act relating to the civil commitment of sexually violent predators.
SF 79: Senate File 79 was filed by Sen. Brad Zaun. It’s an act relating to apprenticeship training delivered via interactive distance learning.
SF 36: Senate File 36 was filed by Sen. Brad Zaun. It’s an act requiring that a primary runoff election be held in the event of an inconclusive primary election for certain offices.
SF 142: Senate File 142 was filed by Sen. Tony Bisignano. It’s an act prohibiting employers and employment agencies from seeking the criminal record or criminal history from applicants for employment under certain circumstances. It establishes a criminal history employment application task force.
SF 213: Senate File 213 was filed by Sen. Jason Schultz. It’s an act relating to the carrying, transportation, or possession of firearms on real property comprising a person’s place of employment.
The bill provides that an employer shall not prohibit an employee who possesses a professional or nonprofessional permit to carry weapons from carrying, transporting, or possessing a firearm or ammunition on the real property comprising the employee’s place of employment if the firearm and ammunition are out of sight and inside the locked motor vehicle of the employee.