Posts Tagged ‘ Judiciary ’

GOP: Notable Bills in Effect July 1, 2017

June 26, 2017
GOP: Notable Bills in Effect July 1, 2017

The following is a list of notable bills that will be going into effect on July 1st. Click here to see a PDF version of this list Agriculture House File 469 – SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICTS – changed prior law that only allows one soil conservation and water quality district commissioner to live in the same…

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GOP: 2017 First Funnel Survivors

March 3, 2017
GOP: 2017 First Funnel Survivors

Attached is a list and short description of bills that survived the first funnel.  The list DOES NOT include bills which failed to achieve committee approval. 2017 First Funnel Survivors

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Dems: Judiciary – week of April 11, 2016

April 18, 2016

HF 2064 – Child endangerment and mandatory minimums sentences   FLOOR ACTION HF 2064, as passed by the House, relates to mandatory minimum sentences for child endangerment and robbery in the second degree. The court must set a mandatory minimum between three-tenths and seven-tenths of the maximum sentence (50 years is the maximum sentence) for…

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Dems: Judiciary – week of April 4, 2016

April 8, 2016

SF 2061 – Representation of indigent persons in criminal proceedings SF 2185 – Trespass and invasion of privacy SF 2233 – Deployed parents’ custody and visitation HF 493 – Right to summon emergency assistance HF 2270 – Father’s right to notice in juvenile court proceedings HF 2335 – Disposition of real property in a trust,…

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Dems: Judiciary – week of March 21, 2016

March 29, 2016

HF 2279 – Suppressors HF 2282 – Guardians ad litem in adoption proceedings HF 2359 – Substantive code editor’s bill   FLOOR ACTION: HF 2279 legalizes the possession of suppressors in Iowa and removes them from the list of offensive weapons. It will be a “D” felony to knowingly possess a suppressor in violation of…

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Dems: Judiciary – week of March 14, 2016

March 21, 2016

HF 493 – Right to assistance HF 2064 – Mandatory minimum for child endangerment and changes to robbery 2nd HF 2265 – Address confidentiality in legal proceedings and Safe at Home Program HF 2278 – Extending the statute of limitations for kidnapping and human trafficking HF 2314 – Permits to carry weapons, confidentiality of permits…

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Dems: Judiciary – week of Feb. 29, 2016

March 5, 2016

SF 2263 – Judicial Branch bill relating to court debt, filing medical reports, and lis pendens SF 2264 – Guardians ad litem, attorneys for children, child custody investigators, family reporters SF 2265 – Updates Code language relating to compiling jury lists SF 2266 – Judicial pensions and state employment SF 2268 – Modification of Sex…

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Dems: Judiciary – week of Feb. 15, 2016

February 22, 2016

SF 84 – Fair Chance at Employment Act SF 2039 – Extension of Statute of Limitations for Child Sex Abuse and Certain Obscenity Crimes SF 2183 – Statute of Limitations for Child Endangerment SF 2184 – Probate Bill SF 2185 – Relating to Criminal Trespass SF 2186 – Relating to Criminal Penalties for Crack and…

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Dems: Judiciary – week of Feb. 8, 2016

February 11, 2016

SF 2023 – Expungement of Violations of Local Ordinances and Contempt Proceedings SF 2110 – Obtaining Your Criminal History Data from the Department of Public Safety SF 2111 – Peace Officers and Law Enforcement Officials Use of Notarial Stamps SF 2112 – Relating to a Fiduciary’s Access to Digital Assets SF 2115 – Interference with…

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Dems: Judiciary – week of Jan. 18, 2016

January 23, 2016

SF 2022 – Criminal jurisdiction on the Sac and Fox Indian Settlement   FLOOR & COMMITTEE ACTION: SF 2022 tenders to the U.S. Government the criminal jurisdiction that the State has over criminal offenses committed by or against Native Americans on the Sac and Fox Indian settlement. A federal law passed in 1948 gave the…

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