Bills Sponsored by Senator
September 2, 2014 81GA
Total Number of entries = 42
Senate File (SF)
102, 109, 140, 155, 158, 171, 314, 2010, 2023, 2027, 2037, 2040, 2044, 2046, 2066, 2074, 2083, 2094, 2129, 2133, 2134, 2141, 2150, 2279, 2388.
Senate Joint Resolution (SJR)
3, 5.
Senate Concurrent Resolution (SCR)
8, 9.
Senate Resolution (SR)
7, 8, 20, 28, 32, 43, 51, 104, 109, 110, 119, 148, 159.

Bill Bill Title
SF 102 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a prescription drug assistance program by the commissioner of insurance, and providing for a contingent appropriation.
SF 109 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa long-term care asset disregard incentive program, providing for a repeal, providing a contingent effective date, and providing an appropriation.
SF 140 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of an Iowa long-term care asset disregard incentive program relative to the medical assistance program, providing for a repeal, providing a contingent effective date, and providing an appropriation.
SF 155 A bill for an act requiring a driver's license applicant to provide proof of automobile liability coverage on a motor vehicle.
SF 158 A bill for an act relating to taxation and fees by making changes to the state corporate and individual income taxes, the state sales and use taxes, certain use of revenues from the state sales tax, certain motor vehicle registration fees, assessment of property for purposes of property taxation, county and city budgets funded primarily by property taxes, school district budgets funded primarily by state and local taxes, state mandates funding, tax increment financing districts, local assessors, and property tax exemptions and credits, and including effective and applicability date provisions.
SF 171 A bill for an act providing for certain human services programs and funding streams to be administered by counties in lieu of the department of human services and providing an effective date.
SF 314 A bill for an act relating to contributions made to medical savings accounts for state income tax purposes and including effective and retroactive applicability date provisions.
SF 2010 A bill for an act creating the penalty of death for the commission of murder in the first degree, kidnapping, and sexual abuse against the same minor, providing a penalty, and providing an effective date.
SF 2023 A bill for an act relating to transportation safety by directing the state department of transportation to develop a deer fence program.
SF 2027 A bill for an act relating to human trafficking and related offenses, including the provision of law enforcement training and victim assistance programs, and providing penalties. (See SF 2219.)
SF 2037 A bill for an act exempting military duty compensation, benefits, allowances, and retirement pay received from the federal government by members of the armed forces from the individual income tax and including a retroactive applicability date provision.
SF 2040 A bill for an act relating to a long-term care insurance tax credit under the individual income tax and including a retroactive applicability date provision.
SF 2044 A bill for an act phasing out the state income tax on social security benefits and on pension and retirement income and including effective and applicability date provisions.
SF 2046 A bill for an act relating to eminent domain authority and condemnation and including effective date and applicability date provisions.
SF 2066 A bill for an act exempting certain genetic test laboratory services from the state sales and use taxes.
SF 2074 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid reform through the use of managed care and opt-out provisions.
SF 2083 A bill for an act allowing a nonresident person who has been issued and holds a valid out-of-state weapons permit to carry weapons in this state.
SF 2094 A bill for an act relating to the criminal penalties for certain offenses involving sexual abuse in the second degree, lascivious acts with a child, and sexual exploitation, and establishing a duty to inform law enforcement about a registered sex offender.
SF 2129 A bill for an act providing for state petroleum replacement, by providing for renewable fuel including ethanol blended fuel and biodiesel blended fuel, providing incentives for infrastructure used to store and dispense renewable fuel, income tax credits, and an appropriation, providing penalties, making penalties applicable, and providing an applicability date. (See SF 2383.)
SF 2133 A bill for an act relating to the renewable energy tax credit. (See SF 2325 & SF 2399.)
SF 2134 A bill for an act relating to taxation by making changes to assessment of property for purposes of property taxation, county and city budgets funded primarily by property taxes and service charges, school district budgets funded primarily by state and local taxes, state mandates funding, local assessors, and property tax exemptions and credits, creating an implementation committee, and including effective and applicability date provisions.
SF 2141 A bill for an act revising foster care licensing requirements applicable to the relative of a child. (See SF 2298.)
SF 2150 A bill for an act eliminating a waiver for early school starts.
SF 2279 A bill for an act relating to trespass by hunters and making a penalty applicable.
SF 2388 A bill for an act relating to a refundable preschool tax credit under the individual income tax and including a retroactive applicability date provision.
SJR 3 A joint resolution requesting the proposal of an amendment to the Constitution of the United States restricting the ability of the federal judiciary to mandate any state or subdivision of any state to levy or increase taxes.
SJR 5 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Iowa Constitution requiring that certain tax increases be submitted to a vote of the people.
SCR 8 A concurrent resolution urging the United States Congress to propose an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to create a line item veto power for the President of the United States.
SCR 9 A concurrent resolution relating to the creation of a criminal code revisions legislative study committee.
SR 7 A resolution commending Iowans for their military service in Iraq and supporting their quick return home.
SR 8 A resolution honoring Senator Charles Larson and the members of the 372nd Engineer Group for their tour of duty in Iraq.
SR 20 A resolution urging the United States Congress to take action to maintain the United States Veterans Medical Center at Knoxville.
SR 28 A resolution to recognize the 50th anniversary of the creation of county conservation boards.
SR 32 A resolution posthumously honoring His Holiness Pope John Paul II and commemorating his life's work.
SR 43 A resolution to recognize Dennis Clark and his associates for their service to wounded veterans of the Iraq war.
SR 51 A resolution recognizing May 1, 2005, as Law Day.
SR 104 A resolution naming National Association for stock car auto racing great Rusty Wallace an honorary Iowan.
SR 109 A resolution honoring the Wartburg College women's track team.
SR 110 A resolution honoring Sergeant Major (Select) Brad Kasal for his rare courage and inspiring sacrifice in the Iraq war.
SR 119 A resolution honoring the life and work of Benjamin C. Duehr.
SR 148 A resolution to welcome the 2006 Special Olympics USA National Games to Iowa.
SR 159 A resolution urging the General Assembly to continue the work begun during the 2006 Legislative Session in determining the proper manner for the Iowa court system to recognize civil judgments, decrees, and orders issued by the Meskwaki Tribal Court.
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