The following bills are in subcommittee in the Iowa Senate on Thursday, Feb. 9. You can find individual links to video of each meeting here. You are able to participate in Iowa Senate subcommittees virtually if time allows.
9:30 a.m. – SSB 1069 – RM 315 – A bill for an act relating to restitution for the death of a victim.
10:30 a.m. – SF 179 – RM 315 – A bill for an act requiring boards of directors of school districts, governing boards of charter schools, and authorities in charge of accredited nonpublic schools to adopt policies related to excusing student absences for 4-H club or future farmers of America activities.
10:30 a.m. – SF 184 – RM 217 – A bill for an act relating to railroad train length limits, and making penalties applicable.
11 a.m. – SF 29 – RM 315 – A bill for an act relating to the transportation to and from school of pupils participating in open enrollment.
11 a.m. – SSB 1049 – Senate Lounge – A bill for an act relating to education, including eligibility for grants under the teach Iowa scholar program, licenses issued by the board of educational examiners, and the use of revenues from the district management levy, and including applicability provisions.
11 a.m. – SF 98 – RM 217 – A bill for an act relating to the investment of certain public funds in companies that are owned or controlled by Chinese military or government services.
11 a.m. – SF 167 – RM G15 – A bill for an act relating to youth employment and making penalties applicable.
11:30 a.m. – SF 166 – RM 315 – A bill for an act relating to tampering with witnesses or jurors, and providing penalties
12 p.m. – SF 159 – RM G15 – A bill for an act relating to education, including modifying the responsibilities of the state board of education and school districts, prohibiting instruction related to gender identity or sexual orientation in school districts and charter schools in kindergarten through grade eight, modifying provisions associated with the human growth and development instruction and health screenings provided in school districts, charter schools, and innovation zone schools, and providing civil penalties.