Study Bills in House Ways and Means
April 16, 2014 84GA
Total Number of entries = 42
House Study Bill (HSB)
41, 45, 104, 105, 129, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 219, 222, 223, 224, 225, 227, 228, 229, 231, 232, 233, 234, 236, 239, 240, 500, 519, 531, 540, 543, 544, 660, 662, 665, 666, 667, 668, 669, 671, 672, 673, 676.

Bill Bill Title
HSB 41 A study bill for establishing a school district property tax relief supplement for certain fiscal years, making an appropriation, and including effective date and applicability provisions. 1-27-11 Subcommittee assigned, Byrnes, Oldson, and J. Taylor. H.J. 189. (See Cmte. Bill HF 189)
HSB 45 A study bill for excluding from the computation of net income capital gains realized from the sale of all or substantially all of the equity interests in certain businesses and including retroactive applicability provisions. 2-01-11 Subcommittee assigned, Byrnes, Petersen, and Pettengill. H.J. 204.
HSB 104 A study bill for making changes relating to the administration of the tax and related laws by updating the Code references to the Internal Revenue Code and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. 2-22-11 Subcommittee assigned, Pettengill, Byrnes, and Quirk. H.J. 389.
HSB 105 A study bill for eliminating specified provisions relating to the administration of the replacement tax for new cogeneration facilities. 2-22-11 Subcommittee assigned, Helland, Quirk, and Soderberg. H.J. 389. (See Cmte. Bill HF 679)
HSB 129 A study bill relating to the percentage of actual value at which certain classifications of property are assessed for property tax purposes and including future repeal and applicability provisions. 2-22-11 Subcommittee assigned, Sands, Helland, Jacoby, Kaufmann, and Kearns. H.J. 389.
HSB 212 A study bill for providing an individual income tax credit for certain supplies purchased by a teacher and including retroactive applicability provisions. 3-08-11 Subcommittee assigned, Helland, Jacoby, and Sands. H.J. 580.
HSB 213 A study bill for providing a sales tax exemption for global positioning systems used in farming operations. 3-08-11 Subcommittee assigned, Hein, Isenhart, and Paustian. H.J. 580. (See Cmte. Bill HF 677)
HSB 214 A study bill relating to assessment of telecommunications company property for purposes of property taxation, and including effective date and applicability provisions. 3-08-11 Subcommittee assigned, Byrnes, Kaufmann, Paustian, Thomas, and Willems. H.J. 580. (See Cmte. Bill HF 673)
HSB 215 A study bill relating to the assessment and taxation of qualifying local exchange carrier property. 3-08-11 Subcommittee assigned, Byrnes, Kaufmann, Paustian, Thomas, and Willems. H.J. 580. (See Cmte. Bill HF 653)
HSB 216 A study bill for providing a sales tax exemption for mowing implements used in farming operations. 3-08-11 Subcommittee assigned, Hein, Isenhart, and Paustian. H.J. 580.
HSB 219 A study bill concerning the carrying of weapons including provisions relating to permits to carry weapons and providing a penalty. 3-09-11 Subcommittee assigned, Helland, Muhlbauer, and Sands. H.J. 646.
HSB 222 A study bill for increasing the maximum aggregate amount of tax credits that may be issued under the fund of funds program. 3-22-11 Subcommittee assigned, Helland, Isenhart, and Vander Linden. H.J. 771. (See Cmte. Bill HF 666)
HSB 223 A study bill relating to the tax rates imposed on certain gambling establishments and corporations and including retroactive applicability provisions. 3-24-11 Subcommittee assigned, Soderberg, Forristall, and Isenhart. H.J. 805.
HSB 224 A study bill for establishing a tax relief fund and including effective date and applicability provisions. 3-24-11 Subcommittee assigned, Hein, Jacoby, and Paustian. H.J. 805.
HSB 225 A study bill relating to property assessment and property taxation by creating a recreational class of property and specifying an assessment limitation for recreational property. 3-24-11 Subcommittee assigned, Byrnes, Helland, and Isenhart. H.J. 805.
HSB 227 A study bill for providing for an alternative motor fuel facility tax credit and including effective date and applicability provisions. 3-29-11 Subcommittee assigned, Vander Linden, De Boef, and Kajtazovic. H.J. 836.
HSB 228 A study bill for increasing the exclusion from the calculation of net income for pensions and other retirement benefits, increasing the eligible age for the exclusion, and including retroactive applicability provisions. 3-29-11 Subcommittee assigned, Helland, Kearns, and Sands. H.J. 836.
HSB 229 A study bill for providing a sales tax exemption for the sale of paint and other consumable items to an auto body shop. 3-29-11 Subcommittee assigned, Moore, Helland, and Petersen. H.J. 837.
HSB 231 A study bill relating to the administration of the property rehabilitation tax credit program by the department of cultural affairs and including retroactive applicability provisions. 3-30-11 Subcommittee assigned, J. Taylor, Paustian, and Thomas. H.J. 856. (See Cmte. Bill HF 685)
HSB 232 A study bill relating to disaster relief by creating an Iowa disaster relief fund and income tax checkoff, providing an appropriation, and including retroactive applicability provisions. 3-30-11 Subcommittee assigned, Helland, Kajtazovic, and Sands. H.J. 856. 4-14-11 Subcommittee reassigned, Pettengill, Grassley, and Kajtazovic. H.J. 1047.
HSB 233 A study bill for providing an exemption from the fee for new registration for motor vehicles leased to certain governmental agencies and nonprofit entities. 3-30-11 Subcommittee assigned, Hein, Moore, and Oldson. H.J. 856. (See Cmte. Bill HF 676)
HSB 234 A study bill relating to tax credits for investment in certain qualifying businesses or community-based seed capital funds and including retroactive applicability provisions. 4-12-11 Subcommittee assigned, Helland, Thomas, and Vander Linden. H.J. 1020. (See Cmte. Bill HF 688)
HSB 236 A study bill for providing a sales tax exemption for the furnishing of environmental testing services. 4-12-11 Subcommittee assigned, Helland, Sands, and Thomas. H.J. 1021.
HSB 239 A study bill for providing an exemption from the fee for new vehicle registration for motor vehicles transferred between certain dealerships upon termination of the vehicle brand, and including effective date and applicability provisions. 4-14-11 Subcommittee assigned, Moore, Hein, and Muhlbauer. H.J. 1047.
HSB 240 A study bill relating to state and local government finances by increasing the regular program foundation base, establishing property tax levy limits for cities and counties, establishing certain property assessment limitations, and including applicability provisions. (See Cmte. Bill HF 691) 4-27-11 Subcommittee assigned, Sands, Helland, Jacoby, Kaufmann, and Kearns. H.J. 1135.
HSB 500 A study bill relating to state and local government finances by increasing the regular program foundation base percentage, establishing a property tax exemption for commercial and industrial property, establishing property tax levy limits for cities and counties, eliminating certain reporting requirements, and including applicability provisions. 1-10-12 Subcommittee assigned, Sands, Helland, Jacoby, Kaufmann, and Kearns. H.J. 54.
HSB 519 A study bill relating to property taxation and local government budgets by establishing and modifying property assessment limitations, providing for certain property tax replacement payments, establishing budget limitations for counties and cities, eliminating certain reporting requirements, making appropriations, and including applicability provisions. 1-13-12 Subcommittee assigned, Sands, Helland, Jacoby, Kaufmann, and Kearns. H.J. 86. 1-18-12 Subcommittee reassigned, Sands, Helland, Isenhart, Kaufmann, and Thomas. H.J. 106. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2274)
HSB 531 A study bill relating to assessment and taxation of telecommunications company property and including effective date and applicability provisions. 1-18-12 Subcommittee assigned, Byrnes, Kaufmann, and Thomas. H.J. 106.
HSB 540 A study bill relating to city and county authority to address slum and blight and economic development by modifying Iowa's urban renewal law, providing for a future repeal of Iowa's urban renewal law, authorizing cities and counties to establish project development areas and to utilize tax increment financing for certain projects, and including effective date provisions. 1-19-12 Subcommittee assigned, Soderberg, Isenhart, Kaufmann, Quirk, and Vander Linden. H.J. 113. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2460)
HSB 543 A study bill relating to the administration of the streamlined sales tax agreement by the department of revenue. 1-23-12 Subcommittee assigned, Vander Linden, Kajtazovic, and J. Taylor. H.J. 119. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2166)
HSB 544 A study bill for updating the Code references to the Internal Revenue Code, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. 1-23-12 Subcommittee assigned, Pettengill, Hein, and Willems. H.J. 119. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2150)
HSB 660 A study bill relating to the administration of the sales and use taxes by modifying provisions related to property purchased for resale and by creating a sales tax exemption for certain items purchased for use in providing vehicle wash and wax services and including effective date provisions. 2-27-12 Subcommittee assigned, Byrnes, Helland, and Jacoby. H.J. 338. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2439)
HSB 662 A study bill for providing a sales tax exemption for sales of textbooks for limited time periods annually and including effective date provisions. 3-8-12 Subcommittee assigned, Byrnes, Kajtazovic, and Pettengill. H.J. 492. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2445)
HSB 665 A study bill for providing for a tax credit against the individual and corporate income taxes, the franchise tax, insurance premiums tax, and the moneys and credits tax for a charitable contribution to certain institutions engaged in regenerative medicine research and including retroactive applicability provisions. 3-9-12 Subcommittee assigned, Helland, Jacoby, and Kaufmann. H.J. 495.
HSB 666 A study bill relating to electronic payment transactions by prohibiting the collection of interchange fees on specified taxes and fees, providing penalties, and including applicability provisions. 3-22-12 Subcommittee assigned, Kaufmann, Quirk, and Soderberg. H.J. 636.
HSB 667 A study bill for providing for sales and use taxes collected on farm machinery and equipment. 3-22-12 Subcommittee assigned, Hein, De Boef, and Quirk. H.J. 637. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2470)
HSB 668 A study bill for providing for the allocation of moneys from the primary road fund and the disposition of federal aid road funds. 3-22-12 Subcommittee assigned, Vander Linden, De Boef, and Oldson. H.J. 637. 3-26-12 Subcommittee reassigned, Vander Linden, De Boef, and Kearns. H.J. 643.
HSB 669 A study bill relating to retailers maintaining a place of business in this state for purposes of the collection of sales and use taxes, agreements relating to the collection of sales and use taxes in the state, and sales of tangible personal property and services to the state. 3-26-12 Subcommittee assigned, Helland, Pettengill, and Willems. H.J. 643.
HSB 671 A study bill relating to early school start date provisions, establishing a waiver application fee, and including effective date and applicability provisions. 3-28-12 Subcommittee assigned, Cownie, Isenhart, and Paustian. H.J. 693. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2462)
HSB 672 A study bill relating to the regulation of snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, and watercraft by the department of natural resources, establishing fees, and making penalties applicable. 3-28-12 Subcommittee assigned, Byrnes, Moore, and Muhlbauer. H.J. 693. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2467)
HSB 673 A study bill relating to the income tax checkoffs for the child abuse prevention program fund and the veterans trust fund and volunteer fire fighter preparedness fund, and including retroactive applicability provisions. 3-29-12 Subcommittee assigned, Paustian, Jacoby, and Moore. H.J. 705. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2463)
HSB 676 A study bill relating to taxation and local government budgets by providing for an increase in the amount of the earned income tax credit, establishing and modifying property assessment limitations, providing for certain property tax replacement payments, modifying the assessment and taxation of telecommunications company property, establishing budget limitations for counties and cities, modifying certain reporting requirements, establishing a property tax credit for certain commercial, industrial, and railway property, establishing a multiresidential property classification, providing penalties, making appropriations, and including effective date, retroactive applicability, and other applicability provisions. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2475)
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