Iowa Acts Chapters - 88 (2019 Regular GA)

EXPLANATORY NOTES

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JOINT RESOLUTIONS
Bill Bill Title
SJR 17A joint resolution authorizing the temporary sale of merchandise at a toy benefit for Iowa children on the state capitol complex grounds. (Formerly SSB 1115.) Effective 7-1-19.
SJR 18A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right of the people to keep and bear arms. (Formerly SJR 10.)
ENROLLED BILLS
Chapter BillBook | Details Signed Bill Chapter Title
Chapter 1 HF 306 PDF Icon School finance — state percents of growth — property tax replacement payments
Chapter 2 HF 307 PDF Icon School finance — regular state cost per pupil — school transportation funding
Chapter 3 SF 519 PDF Icon Agricultural production facility trespass
Chapter 4 SF 220 PDF Icon Taxation of corporations and financial institutions — increased expensing allowance deduction
Chapter 5 SF 113 PDF Icon Habitual offenders — operating while intoxicated third or subsequent offenders
Chapter 6 SF 367 PDF Icon Iowa communications network — elimination of education and regional telecommunications councils
Chapter 7 HF 482 PDF Icon Peace officers — designated department of transportation employees — repeal extended
Chapter 8 HF 668 PDF Icon Regulation of alcoholic beverages — business interests of manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers
Chapter 9 HF 288 PDF Icon Injured veterans grants and expedited professional or occupational licensing for spouses of military forces members
Chapter 10 HF 487 PDF Icon Wireless telecommunications infrastructure installations — restrictions
Chapter 11 SF 274 PDF Icon Speech and expression at public institutions of higher education
Chapter 12 SF 556 PDF Icon Life and health insurance guaranty association — membership and assessments
Chapter 13 SF 304 PDF Icon Student loan delinquencies and defaults — licensing sanctions prohibited
Chapter 14 SF 534 PDF Icon Solid waste — recovery and conversion — gasification and pyrolysis facilities
Chapter 15 SF 555 PDF Icon Implements of husbandry — weight limitations
Chapter 16 SF 559 PDF Icon Portable electronics insurance — electronic notices to consumer
Chapter 17 HF 266 PDF Icon Civil commitment of sexually violent predators
Chapter 18 SF 210 PDF Icon Hospitalization — discharges — designation of lay caregivers
Chapter 19 SF 558 PDF Icon Domestic surplus lines insurer requirements
Chapter 20 HF 264 PDF Icon Domestic stock insurers — plans of division
Chapter 21 HF 327 PDF Icon Employers and employees — franchise relationships
Chapter 22 SF 140 PDF Icon Special minor’s driver’s licenses — accredited nonpublic school students — maximum driving distance
Chapter 23 SF 208 PDF Icon Maximum allowable length for stinger-steered automobile transporters