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Iowa Senate Subcommittee meetings for Thursday, Jan. 27:

8 a.m. – SF 2049 – A bill for an act relating to affirmative defenses for entities using cybersecurity programs and electronic transactions recorded by blockchain technology.  Nunn – CHMathis Williams

8:30 a.m. – SF 2003 – A bill for an act relating to certain amounts of school district funding for programs for at-risk students, secondary students who attend alternative programs or alternative schools, or returning dropouts and dropout prevention, and including effective date provisions.  Cournoyer – CHGoodwin Trone Garriott

8:30 a.m. – SSB 3045 – A bill for an act relating to the display of a county name on vehicle registration plates.  Brown – CHKlimesh Taylor, T.

10 a.m. – SSB 3011 – A bill for an act relating to penalties for the manufacture, delivery, or possession with the intent to manufacture or deliver heroin.  Dawson – CHKinney Zaun


10 a.m. – SSB 3015 – A bill for an act relating to documents that may be filed pro se by a defendant represented by counsel or an applicant for postconviction relief represented by counsel.  Taylor, J. – CHBoulton Reichman

10:30 a.m. – SSB 3022 – A bill for an act relating to video and telephonic hearings in criminal proceedings.  Garrett – CHBoulton Schultz

11 a.m. – SF 2036 – A bill for an act relating to jury notifications of attorney compensation and litigation financing.  Taylor, J. – CHBoulton Garrett

11 a.m. – HF 419A bill for an act allowing counties to collect a fee for the issuance and renewal of driver’s licenses and nonoperator’s identification cards to persons who reside outside the county. (Formerly HSB 40.)  Goodwin – CHQuirmbach Sinclair

11:30 a.m. – SF 2055 – A bill for an act permitting businesses’ new on-site daycare facilities or businesses’ expansion of existing on-site daycare facilities to qualify as projects under the high quality jobs program, and making penalties applicable.  Koelker – CHQuirmbach Williams

11:30 a.m. – SF 2098 – A bill for an act relating to statements required to be submitted to the state building code commissioner by state agencies and governmental subdivisions of costs associated with building regulations involving residential structures.  Schultz – CHBrown Giddens

11:30 a.m. – SF 2070 – A bill for an act relating to the transfer of ownership of certain foreign vehicles.  Shipley – CHTaylor, T. Zumbach

12 p.m. – SF 2045 – A bill for an act relating to continued annual training requirements for certain volunteer fire fighters.  Reichman – CHBrown Giddens

12 p.m. – SF 332 – A bill for an act relating to the minimum standard of transparency for motor vehicle window tint, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.(Formerly SF 194.)  Shipley – CHKlimesh Smith, J.

1 p.m. – SSB 3066 – A bill for an act relating to programs and services under the purview of the department of human services including child care assistance, child and family services, foster care, adoption, and the dependent adult abuse information registry.  Edler – CHCostello Ragan

1 p.m. – SF 2022 – A bill for an act relating to the practice of cosmetology and barbering in a home.  Schultz – CHBisignano Dawson

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