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Eighty-First General Assembly

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Committee Bill Bill Title Summary Meetings
Appropriations HF 19A bill for an act changing the amounts of appropriations available for the agricultural land credit fund and the family farm tax credit fund and including effective and applicability date provisions. 1/13/2005; Watts-CH, Jacobs, Kuhn
  • None
State Government HSB 17A study bill relating to certain leaves of absence for local civil service employees and providing for the Act's applicability. 01-18-05 Subcommittee assigned, Jacobs, Boal, Gaskill, Greiner, T. Taylor, Upmeyer and Wendt. H.J. 94. 1/18/2005; Jacobs-CH, Boal, Gaskill, M., Greiner, Taylor, T., Upmeyer, Wendt
  • None
State Government HF 65A bill for an act relating to inspection of final ballot proof copies by candidates for elected office and by judges standing for retention. 1/18/2005; Jacobs-CH, Boal, Gaskill, M., Greiner, Taylor, T., Upmeyer, Wendt
  • None
State Government HF 49A bill for an act relating to the removal of campaign signs from the primary highway right-of-way and establishing a fee. 1/20/2005; Jacobs-CH, Boal, Gaskill, M., Greiner, Taylor, T., Upmeyer, Wendt
  • None
Commerce HF 110A bill for an act relating to telephone solicitations including the establishment of a state do-not-call database, providing for certain restrictions on telephone solicitors, and providing for a fee, penalties, and remedies. 1/25/2005; Struyk-CH, Jacobs, Petersen
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State Government HSB 57A study bill relating to the conduct of elections and voter registration by providing when candidates to fill county office vacancies are to be nominated at the primary election, relating to signature requirements on nomination petitions, requiring legislative council approval of certain expenditures for implementation of the Help America Vote Act, relating to use of substitute precinct election officials, relating to ballot printing requirements, modifying closing hours of the polls, modifying identification requirements at the polls, providing grounds for challenging a voter's qualifications, relating to preparation of tally lists, modifying the deadline for filing certain presidential nomination documents, prohibiting candidates or incumbents from being observers when absentee ballots are counted, clarifying that certain confined persons may vote an absentee ballot in person at the commissioner's office, exempting military and overseas voters from the identification and verification requirements for mail voter registrants, relating to multiple requests for an absentee ballot for a military and overseas voter, relating to changes of address and replacement absentee ballots for military and overseas voters, exempting military and overseas voters from absentee ballot return restrictions, allowing certain military voters to return absentee ballots from within the United States, modifying the time period relating to counting federal write-in ballots after an application for a regular absentee ballot is received from the same voter, repealing provisions that allow voting at satellite absentee voting stations, defining voter registration list, relating to signature requirements on voter registration applications, including the social security administration as a verification source for certain voter registration information, specifying the county commissioner as the official responsible for voter registration verification, limiting the dates of special elections on public measures for certain political subdivisions and school corporations, providing for the biennial election of directors of local school districts, area education agencies, and merged areas, and including effective date, applicability date, and transition provisions. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, Jacobs, Boal, Gaskill, Greiner, T. Taylor, Upmeyer and Wendt. H.J. 183. (See Cmte. Bill HF 793) 1/26/2005; Jacobs-CH, Boal, Gaskill, M., Greiner, Taylor, T., Upmeyer, Wendt
State Government HSB 58A study bill relating to elections and voter registration by requiring the election of township officers on a nonpartisan basis, prohibiting the processing of certain voter registration applications, removing the requirement for separate entrances to buildings where polling places for more than one precinct are located, relating to use of voting machines or paper ballots at certain elections, requiring names of candidates for nonpartisan office to be printed on the ballot in alphabetical order, relating to information printed on a certain portion of the ballot, modifying opening hours of the polls at certain elections, allowing the voter's declaration of eligibility to be printed on the election register, striking the requirement that a voter's name be announced by a precinct election official, relating to the abstract of votes for county offices, relating to appointment of observers present when ballots are counted, allowing absentee voting at the commissioner's office for part of the day of the election for certain elections, requiring the registered voter's date of birth on the absentee ballot application, deleting the requirement for a separate affidavit envelope for absentee ballots, clarifying that certain confined persons may vote an absentee ballot in person at the commissioner's office, relating to the form prescribed for return carrier envelopes, allowing an immediate family member to return a voted absentee ballot in person to the commissioner's office, allowing an absentee voter to correct a deficiency in the affidavit returned with the voted absentee ballot, allowing the voting of replacement absentee ballots in certain circumstances, changing the deadline for challenging an absentee voter's qualifications, relating to persons nominated for city office by write-in votes, repealing the provision declaring it unlawful for an absentee voter to fail to return the voter's absentee ballot, and including an applicability date provision. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, Jacobs, Boal, Gaskill, Greiner, T. Taylor, Upmeyer and Wendt. H.J. 183. (See Cmte. Bill HF 644) 1/26/2005; Jacobs-CH, Boal, Gaskill, M., Greiner, Taylor, T., Upmeyer, Wendt
Commerce HSB 83A study bill allowing the Iowa finance authority to issue qualified residential rental project bonds under the private activity bond allocation Act. 01-27-05 Subcommittee assigned, Jacobs, Shomshor and Tomenga. H.J. 191. (See Cmte. Bill HF 370) 1/27/2005; Jacobs-CH, Shomshor, Tomenga
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Commerce HSB 84A study bill allowing certain abstractors to request a mortgage release. 01-27-05 Subcommittee assigned, Tomenga, Jacobs and Shomshor. H.J. 191. (See Cmte. Bill HF 332) 1/27/2005; Tomenga-CH, Jacobs, Shomshor
  • None
Commerce    1/31/2005; Jacobs-CH, Shomshor, Tomenga
  • None
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