New Laws Starting July 1

Many new laws will take effect on July 1, the start of the state’s new fiscal year. One hundred and fifty new laws were passed this legislative session and 120 of them went into effect on July 1. A number of those were bi-partisan bills that directly benefit or help Iowans. 

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HF 364 A bill for an act relating to prohibited conduct by athlete agents and making penalties applicable.
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HF 604 A bill for an act relating to language and literacy development for deaf and hard-of-hearing children.
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HF 728 A bill for an act relating to noncompliance with rules adopted by a county sanitarian regarding septic tank pumping.
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HF 736 A bill for an act relating to recovery of an overpayment to a provider based on specified grounds under the Medicaid program.
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HF 771 A bill for an act relating to the self-administration and storage of bronchodilators, bronchodilator canisters, and bronchodilator canisters and spacers relative to schools and students.
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HF 803 A bill for an act relating to duties performed by physician assistants.
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HF 825 A bill for an act relating to consent agreements for domestic abuse and sexual abuse protective orders.
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HF 2079 A bill for an act relating to post-arrest release after an initial appearance for persons taken into custody or arrested for certain sexual abuse offenses and no-contact orders.
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HF 2097 A bill for an act relating to forfeiture of bail.
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HF 2124 A bill for an act relating to airport registration and site approval by the department of transportation.
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HF 2127 A bill for an act relating to payments to child care providers from families participating in the state child care assistance program.
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HF 2130 A bill for an act relating to registered all-terrain vehicles and off-road utility vehicles, and making penalties applicable.
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HF 2154 A bill for an act relating to release of certain records maintained by the statewide fire and police retirement system.
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HF 2155 A bill for an act relating to preneed sellers and purchase agreements for cemetery merchandise, funeral merchandise, and funeral services, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions.
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HF 2165 A bill for an act modifying provisions relating to eligibility for scholarships under the future ready Iowa skilled workforce last-dollar scholarship program.
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HF 2167 A bill for an act relating to the definition of autism spectrum disorder for purposes of certain health care coverage, making conforming changes, and including applicability provisions.
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HF 2168 A bill for an act relating to massage therapy, including child and dependent adult abuse reporting and continuing education requirements, and making penalties applicable.
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HF 2169 A bill for an act relating to the practices of pharmacy and nursing and the administration of immunizations and vaccinations, and the licensure of nonresident pharmacies.
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HF 2171 A bill for an act relating to the release of nursing facility reimbursement rates under the Medicaid program.
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HF 2172 A bill for an act relating to violations by a health care facility.
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HF 2202 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid program reporting requirements.
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HF 2209 A bill for an act relating to residents under sixteen years of age accompanying an adult who is hunting or trapping.
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HF 2217 A bill for an act relating to financial reporting by insurance holding company systems.
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HF 2220 A bill for an act relating to antisemitism in the state of Iowa.
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HF 2222 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.
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HF 2239 A bill for an act relating to the discovery of evidence in a criminal or postconviction relief action involving victims of sexual abuse, and the admissibility of evidence in a prosecution for physical abuse or a sexual offense upon or against a child, person with an intellectual disability, person with a cognitive impairment, or person with a developmental disability.
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HF 2246 A bill for an act relating to provisional licensing of interns enrolled in a doctoral degree program in psychology.
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HF 2252 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.
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HF 2258 A bill for an act relating to the membership, procedures, and functions of the Iowa council on homelessness.
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HF 2259 A bill for an act authorizing licensed occupational therapists, licensed physical therapists, and certain medical professionals licensed in other states to provide a statement for purposes of persons with disabilities special registration plates or parking permits, and making penalties applicable.
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HF 2295 A bill for an act concerning state agency response to a proclamation of disaster emergency.
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HF 2298 A bill for an act relating to immunization against COVID-19 requirements for enrollment in any licensed child care center, elementary or secondary school, or postsecondary school in Iowa.
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HF 2300 A bill for an act relating to protections for certain members of the military concerning employment and insurance coverage and making penalties applicable. (Formerly HSB 598.) Effective date: 07/01/2022.
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HF 2330 A bill for an act relating to electronic delivery of certain insurance notices and documents.
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HF 2340 A bill for an act relating to public safety nuisances concerning licensed premises where alcoholic beverages, wine, or beer is sold or consumed.
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HF 2341 A bill for an act relating to the transfer of ownership of certain foreign vehicles.
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HF 2343 A bill for an act relating to the submission of a groundwater hazard statement.
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HF 2355 A bill for an act relating to employment security benefits.
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HF 2358 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa law enforcement academy.
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HF 2367 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa drug policy coordinator and the Iowa drug policy advisory council.
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HF 2372 A bill for an act relating to the nonconsensual termination of a human pregnancy, and providing penalties.
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HF 2373 A bill for an act relating to restrictions regarding companies boycotting Israel.
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HF 2378 A bill for an act relating to pari-mutuel wagering, concerning distribution of horse racing purse moneys and establishing a fund for certain race horse organizations.
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HF 2390 A bill for an act relating to child welfare, including provisions relating to foster care and the child advocacy board.
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HF 2399 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement for health care services provided after receipt of a prior authorization, and including applicability provisions.
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HF 2411 A bill for an act relating to replacements of permanent prosthetic devices for injured workers.
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HF 2412 A bill for an act requiring radon testing and mitigation in public schools, and including applicability provisions.
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HF 2420 A bill for an act relating to the newborn safe haven Act.
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HF 2431 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of home-based businesses, including food establishments and home food processing establishments, and providing civil penalties.
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HF 2436 A bill for an act relating to public safety answering point cost and expense data collected from county joint 911 service boards.
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HF 2443 A bill for an act relating to contract enforceability regarding smart contracts and distributed ledger technology.
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HF 2445 A bill for an act relating to the uniform commercial code by providing for controllable electronic records.
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HF 2462 A bill for an act relating to penalties for the manufacture, delivery, or possession with the intent to manufacture or deliver heroin.
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HF 2463 A bill for an act relating to nonsubstantive Code corrections, and including retroactive applicability provisions.
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HF 2468 A bill for an act relating to statutes of limitations on arbitration proceedings and including applicability provisions.
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HF 2469 A bill for an act relating to corporations by providing for the use of electronic mail and other electronic transmissions, and shareholders’ lists.
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HF 2470 A bill for an act adopting and implementing the recommendations of the artisanal butchery task force.
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HF 2481 A bill for an act relating to judicial selection, including the nominees to the court of appeals, and the appointments, resignations, and residency requirements of district judges, district associate judges, associate juvenile judges, and associate probate judges.
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HF 2484 A bill for an act relating to trusts, including optional notices to creditors when a will has been admitted to probate without administration and the trust is the beneficiary of the estate, trust accounting, specific powers of a trustee, and representation of holders of power and similar interests.
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HF 2496 A bill for an act relating to the procedural requirements for placing an officer’s name on a Brady-Giglio list, and for a prosecuting agency disclosing exculpatory evidence.
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HF 2501 A bill for an act relating to the investment and use of funds in the veterans trust fund.
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HF 2516 A bill for an act relating to the appointment of counsel for indigent persons by the court in certain cases.
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HF 2521 A bill for an act relating to health care employment agencies, and providing penalties.
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HF 2540 A bill for an act relating to the sale of travel insurance.
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HF 2546 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement of psychiatric intensive inpatient care under the Medicaid program.
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HF 2549 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a mental health professional loan repayment program within the college student aid commission.
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HF 2557 A bill for an act relating to transportation and other infrastructure-related appropriations to the department of transportation, including allocation and use of moneys from the road use tax fund and the primary road fund.
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HF 2558 A bill for an act relating to appropriations to the judicial branch.
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HF 2559 A bill for an act relating to appropriations to the justice system.
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HF 2564 A bill for an act making appropriations to the department of cultural affairs, the economic development authority, the Iowa finance authority, the public employment relations board, the department of workforce development, the state board of regents and certain regents institutions, providing for properly related matters, and including applicability provisions.
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HF 2573 A bill for an act creating funds relating to the abatement of and response to opioid use, allowing school districts to obtain opioid antagonist prescriptions, and making an appropriation.
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HF 2581 A bill for an act providing for programs and regulations administered and enforced by the department of agriculture and land stewardship, providing fees, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.
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SF 384 A bill for an act allowing counties to enter into agreements to jointly share a county assessor.
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SF 463 A bill for an act establishing the occupational therapy licensure compact and the audiology and speech language pathology interstate compact.
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SF 513 A bill for an act relating to persons experiencing a mental health crisis, substance-related disorder crisis, or housing crisis.
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SF 522 A bill for an act relating to older individuals and dependent adults and creating certain criminal offenses and civil actions, and providing penalties.
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SF 529 A bill for an act relating to assisted reproduction fraud, and providing penalties.
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SF 551 A bill for an act relating to fire fighters and emergency medical services members operating certain vehicles.
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SF 577 A bill for an act relating to a certificate of nonviable birth.
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SF 581 A bill for an act relating to fishing and hunting licenses and permits
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SF 586 A bill for an act relating to banks, making appropriations, and making civil penalties applicable.
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SF 2080 A bill for an act relating to the administration of certain physical examinations and student health screenings by school districts, charter schools, or innovation zone schools.
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SF 2119 A bill for an act relating to cosmetology and the practice of threading.
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SF 2128 A bill for an act relating to education, including the education of students who are not fully English proficient and the standards applicable to the hiring, developing, and evaluation of community college faculty.
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SF 2130 A bill for an act relating to schools that are required to register with the college student aid commission.
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SF 2176 A bill for an act relating to programs within the department of natural resources, including specifications of procedures relating to solid waste disposal and the repeal of the state interagency Missouri river authority and the mercury-free recycling Act.
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SF 2190 A bill for an act relating to the use of child labor for certain bakery machine occupations utilizing pizza dough rollers.
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SF 2197 A bill for an act providing for the establishment of a task force related to special education support for students at nonpublic schools.
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SF 2233 A bill for an act relating to terms used in the context of land surveying.
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SF 2245 A bill for an act providing a personal use exemption from licensing requirements of the Meat and Poultry Inspection Act.
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SF 2260 A bill for an act providing for the adoption of certain animals confined by research facilities.
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SF 2267 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of emergency response districts.
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SF 2279 A bill for an act regarding electronic submission of bids for public improvement contracts.
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SF 2287 A bill for an act relating to used catalytic converter transactions, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.
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SF 2288 A bill for an act relating to life insurance company or association investments in foreign countries other than Canada, and including applicability provisions.
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SF 2295 A bill for an act relating to statutory corrections which may adjust language to reflect current practices, insert earlier omissions, delete redundancies and inaccuracies, delete temporary language, resolve inconsistencies and conflicts, update ongoing provisions, or remove ambiguities, and including retroactive applicability provisions.
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SF 2296 A bill for an act relating to a peace officer’s search of garbage placed outside of a person’s residence for waste collection in a publicly accessible area.
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SF 2298 A bill for an act authorizing a local emergency management commission to assume the duties of a joint 911 service board.
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SF 2310 A bill for an act relating to multiple housing cooperatives, including by providing for the conversion to a cooperative under the Iowa cooperative associations Act and merger with a limited liability company.
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SF 2322 A bill for an act relating to the assessment of fees when a person requests examination and copying of public records.
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SF 2323 A bill for an act relating to the inventory of lands managed or owned by the department of natural resources or a county conservation board, and including applicability provisions.
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SF 2324 A bill for an act relating to the designation of real estate teams and the display of real estate licenses, and including applicability provisions.
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SF 2334 A bill for an act relating to shotguns that may be used to hunt turkey.
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SF 2337 A bill for an act relating to third-party testers and test examiners for commercial driver’s license knowledge and driving skills tests.
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SF 2345 A bill for an act relating to the newborn screening.
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SF 2363 A bill for an act relating to the requirements for a sex offender to be granted a modification of sex offender registry requirements.
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SF 2380 A bill for an act to designate February 1 of each year as George Washington Carver Day.
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SF 2383 A bill for an act relating to various matters under the purview of the state, including city and county inspections, work-based learning, recruitment of health care professionals, regulations affecting veterans and military spouses, insurance producer temporary licenses, and including applicability provisions.
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SF 2285 A bill for an act relating to zoning by counties and cities, and including effective date provisions.
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HF 2201 A bill for an act relating to controlled substances, including amending the controlled substance schedules and information collection and reporting requirements under the Iowa prescription monitoring program, and including effective date provisions.
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HF 2552 A bill for an act relating to state and local finances and the duties and procedures of the department of revenue by providing for electronic filing, communications, and records, modifying transfer tax remittances, the assessment of property, the collection of debt, the refunds of certain fuel taxes, and the taxation of pass-through entities, reducing inheritance taxes for unknown heirs, establishing salaries, providing for a fee, making appropriations, and providing penalties, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions.
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HF 2562 A bill for an act relating to property law, including mobile homes and manufactured housing, rental agreements, landlord and tenant remedies for retaliation, wrongful failure to provide essential services, rent increases, the sale of manufactured home community or mobile home park, regulation by counties and cities of continuing nonconforming uses of manufactured, modular, and mobile homes, forcible entry and detainer actions, abandoned mobile homes, and including effective date and applicability provisions.
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HF 2128 A bill for an act relating to renewable fuels, including ethanol blended gasoline and biodiesel blended fuel used to power internal combustion engines, by providing for compliance requirements and promotional initiatives that relate to establishing classifications and standards for renewable fuels, advertising and selling renewable fuels, storing and dispensing renewable fuels, using state motor vehicles powered by renewable fuels, and taxes, tax credits, and tax refunds relating to renewable fuels; providing penalties and making penalties applicable; and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.
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HF 2507 A bill for an act relating to juvenile justice including juvenile delinquency, child in need of assistance and family in need of assistance proceedings, juvenile justice reform, and juvenile court expenses and costs, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions, and making appropriations.
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SF 2374 A bill for an act concerning the regulation of food and beverages, relating to alcoholic beverage control and delivery of restaurant food, providing for fees and civil penalties, and including effective date and applicability provisions.
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HF 2578 A bill for an act relating to appropriations for health and human services and veterans and including other related provisions and appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date and retroactive and other applicability date provisions.
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SF 183 A bill for an act relating to a construction manager-at-risk commercial construction alternative delivery method and prohibiting certain other alternative delivery methods in the public sector and including effective date and applicability provisions.
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HF 2198 A bill for an act relating to child care center minimum age requirements for employees and staff-to-children ratios, and including effective date provisions.
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SF 2367 A bill for an act relating to state taxation by specifying when returns are due, striking sales tax exemptions and exempting other products, and modifying distributions of revenue to local governments and school districts, the liability of sellers, the franchise tax, motor fuel tax reporting, tax refunds and credits, and the individual state income tax, and providing penalties, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions.
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HF 2497 A bill for an act relating to gambling regulation and wagering, concerning cashless wagering, forfeiture and withholding of certain gaming winnings, sports wagering, occupational licenses, limitations on gambling game licenses, and simulcasting licensure and taxation, providing penalties and making penalties applicable, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.
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HF 2560 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations involving state government entities involved with agriculture, natural resources, and environmental protection, and making related statutory changes, and including effective date provisions.
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HF 2575 A bill for an act relating to the funding of, the operation of, and appropriation of moneys to the college student aid commission, the department for the blind, the department of education, and the state board of regents, providing for properly related matters, and including effective date and applicability provisions.
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HF 2579 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations to state departments and agencies from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund, the technology reinvestment fund, and the sports wagering receipts fund, providing for related matters, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.
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HF 2589 A bill for an act relating to state and local finances by making appropriations, providing for legal and regulatory responsibilities, providing for other properly related matters, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions.
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SF 2370 A bill for an act relating to aircraft, including special certificates issued to aircraft manufacturers, transporters, and dealers, and sales tax exemptions associated with aircraft, providing fees, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions.
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SF 2385 A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations involving certain state departments, agencies, funds, and certain other entities, providing for regulatory authority, providing for other properly related matters, and including contingent effective date provisions.
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HF 2126 A bill for an act relating to the comprehensive financial report of the state and including effective date provisions.
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HF 2317 A bill for an act relating to state revenue and finance by modifying individual income tax rates, exemptions, and credits, corporate income tax rates and credits, credits against the franchise tax, the insurance premiums tax, and the moneys and credits tax, and the tax expenditure committee, making contingent transfers from the taxpayer relief fund, and including effective date and applicability provisions.