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Things pick up a bit in the Iowa House today with a handful of subcommittee meetings involving different topics.

HSB 6: This bill was proposed by the Judicial Branch.

The Iowa Judicial Branch – Supreme Court registered in favor of the bill.

Representatives Ross Paustian, Brian Lohse and Liz Bennett will serve on the subcommittee.

HF 5: House File was proposed by Representative Megan Jones.

The Iowa Association for Justice is the only group to declare for the bill.

Representatives Jones, Joe Mitchell and Kristin Sunde will serve on the subcommittee.

HSB 33: House Study Bill 33 was proposed by Representative Gary Carlson.

There are no lobbyist declarations for or against the bill.

Representatives John Landon, Charlie McConkey and Ray Sorensen will serve on the subcommittee.

HSB 14: House Study Bill 14 was proposed by the Attorney General.

The Iowa Bankers Association is registered against the bill.

Representatives Sorensen, Dave Deyoe and Chris Hall will serve on the subcommittee.

HF 4: House File 4 was filed by Representative Megan Jones.

The Iowa State Association of Counties and Iowa County Attorneys Association are registered against the bill.

Iowa Association for Justice is in support of the bill.

Representatives Jones, Michael Bergan and Brian Meyer will serve on the subcommittee.

Author: Jacob Hall