Legislation in House Public Safety
October 24, 2014 84GA
Total Number of entries = 65
Senate File (SF)
177.
House File (HF)
29, 104, 122, 173, 183, 208, 209, 220, 231, 276, 278, 291, 320, 398, 403, 417, 425, 520, 2113, 2114, 2115, 2116, 2147, 2160, 2198, 2222, 2252, 2270, 2286, 2304, 2350, 2357, 2361.
House Study Bill (HSB)
4, 5, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 36, 37, 60, 67, 68, 69, 70, 77, 95, 127, 137, 152, 153, 204, 526, 527, 528, 545, 552, 570, 576, 603, 609, 636.

Bill Bill Title
SF 177 A bill for an act relating to the director of the Iowa law enforcement academy and the membership of the Iowa law enforcement academy council and including applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 15.)
HF 29 A bill for an act relating to the temporary designation of controlled substances by the board of pharmacy.
HF 104 A bill for an act relating to the manufacture and sale of a mechanical device designed to suppress the sound of a firearm when fired.
HF 122 A bill for an act relating to the authority to possess offensive weapons and the carrying of weapons by a licensed private investigator and a licensed private security officer. (See Cmte. Bill HF 520) (See Cmte. Bill HF 2147)
HF 173 A bill for an act restricting the use of restraints on a pregnant prisoner in labor.
HF 183 A bill for an act relating to the control of marijuana, including an effective date provision, and providing a penalty. (Formerly HSB 4)
HF 208 A bill for an act relating to the disposition of legal firearms and ammunition seized by a law enforcement agency.
HF 209 A bill for an act relating to physical defense training and firearms training including the creation of a domestic abuse assault fund, and providing for a sales tax refund and a fee.
HF 220 A bill for an act eliminating the requirement of an annual permit to acquire a pistol or revolver.
HF 231 A bill for an act relating to public access to audio recordings of 911 telephone calls.
HF 276 A bill for an act concerning requirements for motor vehicle operators when overtaking and passing a bicycle, and making penalties applicable.
HF 278 A bill for an act relating to eluding or attempting to elude a marked law enforcement vehicle, and providing a penalty. (Formerly HSB 60)
HF 291 A bill for an act relating to the carrying of weapons including provisions relating to permits to carry weapons and providing a penalty.
HF 320 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of firearms and ammunition in a state of public emergency and providing a remedy. (Formerly HSB 18)
HF 398 A bill for an act modifying the criminal offense of interference with official acts. (Formerly HSB 69)
HF 403 A bill for an act requiring a person convicted of an aggravated misdemeanor to submit a DNA sample and providing for the reimbursement of costs. (Formerly HSB 67)
HF 417 A bill for an act relating to increasing certain criminal and administrative penalties for operating-while-intoxicated offenses.
HF 425 A bill for an act relating to certain law enforcement officer uniforms and accessories.
HF 520 A bill for an act relating to the carrying of weapons on school grounds by licensed private investigators and licensed private security officers. (Formerly HF 122) (See Cmte. Bill HF 2147)
HF 2113 A bill for an act relating to the carrying and possession of weapons and providing penalties.
HF 2114 A bill for an act relating to state preemption of firearms, firearm accessories, and ammunition regulation by political subdivisions, and including penalties and remedies and applicability provisions. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2361)
HF 2115 A bill for an act relating to the carrying of dangerous weapons and providing a penalty and a fee.
HF 2116 A bill for an act providing for an optional permit to acquire pistols or revolvers.
HF 2147 A bill for an act relating to the carrying of weapons on school grounds by licensed private investigators and licensed private security officers. (Formerly HF 520) (Formerly HF 122)
HF 2160 A bill for an act limiting the authority of the state fair board to prohibit the carrying, transportation, or possession of any dangerous weapon on the state fairgrounds.
HF 2198 A bill for an act concerning the authorized possession of certain offensive weapons and making penalties applicable.
HF 2222 A bill for an act relating to school bus safety, including providing penalties for failure to obey school bus warning lamps and stop signal arms, providing for a school bus safety study, and making an appropriation. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2373)
HF 2252 A bill for an act relating to the possession of certain substances with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance, and providing a penalty. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2350)
HF 2270 A bill for an act providing for the creation of a medical marijuana Act including the creation of nonprofit dispensaries, and providing for civil and criminal penalties and fees.
HF 2286 A bill for an act relating to the authority and duties of certain peace officers.
HF 2304 A bill for an act regulating the use of pat-down searches and whole-body scanners, providing penalties, and including effective date and implementation provisions.
HF 2350 A bill for an act relating to the possession of certain substances with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance, and providing a penalty. (Formerly HF 2252)
HF 2357 A bill for an act limiting the authority of a governing board of an accredited public or private college or university in Iowa from adopting or enforcing any policy or rule that prohibits the carrying, transportation, or possession of any dangerous weapon in the buildings or on the grounds of such colleges or universities and including penalties.
HF 2361 A bill for an act relating to state preemption of firearms, firearm accessories, and ammunition regulation by political subdivisions, and including penalties and remedies and applicability provisions. (Formerly HF 2114)
HSB 4 A study bill relating to the control of marijuana, including an effective date provision, and providing a penalty. 1-18-11 Subcommittee assigned, Sands, Fry, and Wolfe. H.J. 108. (See Cmte. Bill HF 183)
HSB 5 A study bill for adding hallucinogenic substances to the list of schedule I controlled substances, providing penalties, and including an effective date provision. 1-18-11 Subcommittee assigned, Sands, Abdul-Samad, and Fry. H.J. 108. (See Cmte. Bill HF 186)
HSB 16 A study bill relating to eliminating the requirement of an annual permit to acquire a pistol or revolver and providing a penalty. 1-21-11 Subcommittee assigned, Windschitl, Brandenburg, and R. Olson. H.J. 148.
HSB 17 A study bill for a joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to the right of an individual to acquire, keep, possess, transport, carry, and use arms. 1-21-11 Subcommittee assigned, Windschitl, Baudler, Brandenburg, Kressig, and R. Olson. H.J. 148.
HSB 18 A study bill relating to the regulation of firearms and ammunition in a state of public emergency and providing a remedy. 1-21-11 Subcommittee assigned, Windschitl, Brandenburg, and R. Olson. H.J. 148. (See Cmte. Bill HF 320)
HSB 19 A study bill concerning state preemption of firearms, firearm accessories, and ammunition regulation by political subdivisions and providing a remedy. 1-21-11 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Baudler, Kressig, R. Olson, and S. Olson. H.J. 149.
HSB 20 A study bill relating to the carrying of weapons and providing a penalty. 1-21-11 Subcommittee assigned, Windschitl, Fry, and R. Olson. H.J. 149.
HSB 36 A study bill relating to the use of justifiable reasonable force including deadly force. 2-01-11 Subcommittee assigned, Windschitl, Baudler, Hagenow, Kressig, and R. Olson. H.J. 204.
HSB 37 A study bill relating to the authorized possession of certain offensive weapons. 2-01-11 Subcommittee assigned, Windschitl, R. Olson, and Shaw. H.J. 204.
HSB 60 A study bill relating to eluding or attempting to elude a marked law enforcement vehicle, and providing a penalty. 2-04-11 Subcommittee assigned, Worthan, Fry, and Swaim. H.J. 281. (See Cmte. Bill HF 278)
HSB 67 A study bill for requiring an arrested person to submit a DNA sample if the arrest is for a felony and providing for the reimbursement of costs. 2-04-11 Subcommittee assigned, Baudler, Hagenow, and R. Olson. H.J. 281. (See Cmte. Bill HF 403)
HSB 68 A study bill for authorizing the modification of the designation of a state patrol officer. 2-04-11 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Gaines, and Sands. H.J. 282.
HSB 69 A study bill for modifying the criminal offense of interference with official acts. 2-04-11 Subcommittee assigned, Shaw, Muhlbauer, and S. Olson. H.J. 282. (See Cmte. Bill HF 398)
HSB 70 A study bill relating to the criminal offense of intimidation with a dangerous weapon or motor vehicle, and providing penalties. 2-04-11 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Berry, and Shaw. H.J. 282.
HSB 77 A study bill for establishing a parole procedure for certain persons serving a class "A" felony sentence and including effective date provisions. 2-11-11 Subcommittee assigned, R. Olson, Hagenow, and Wolfe. H.J. 318.
HSB 95 A study bill relating to operating-while-intoxicated offenses and providing penalties. 2-17-11 Subcommittee assigned, Shaw, Fry, and R. Olson. H.J. 365.
HSB 127 A study bill relating to possession under the criminal law. 2-23-11 Subcommittee assigned, Hagenow, Abdul-Samad, and S. Olson. H.J. 416. (See Cmte. Bill HF 526)
HSB 137 A study bill relating to the sex offender registry and including retroactive and other applicability provisions. 2-23-11 Subcommittee assigned, Hagenow, Berry, and Shaw. H.J. 417.
HSB 152 A study bill relating to sexual misconduct committed by employees and agents of the department of corrections and judicial district departments of correctional services, and providing a penalty. 2-24-11 Subcommittee assigned, Alons, Abdul-Samad, and Shaw. H.J. 434. (See Cmte. Bill HF 614)
HSB 153 A study bill relating to the criminal offense of possessing contraband at a secure facility and making penalties applicable. 2-24-11 Subcommittee assigned, Fry, Alons, and Gaines. H.J. 434. (See Cmte. Bill HF 615)
HSB 204 A study bill for making changes to the membership of the Iowa drug policy advisory council. (See Cmte. Bill HF 616)
HSB 526 A study bill relating to requirements for a motor vehicle operator to have control of the vehicle at all times and to reduce speed in specific situations. 1-17-12 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Berry, and Worthan. H.J. 89. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2228)
HSB 527 A study bill relating to requirements for the operation of a vehicle on a roadway laned for traffic and making penalties applicable. 1-17-12 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Muhlbauer, and Worthan. H.J. 90.
HSB 528 A study bill relating to expenses for medical aid incurred by an arrested person prior to booking into a jail or municipal holding facility. 1-17-12 Subcommittee assigned, Fry, Alons, and Gaines. H.J. 90.
HSB 545 A study bill for providing tuition and health insurance benefits to children of public safety employees who die in the line of duty. 1-31-12 Subcommittee assigned, Brandenburg, Abdul-Samad, and Tjpekes. H.J. 170.
HSB 552 A study bill relating to the controlled substance of marijuana, including an effective date provision, and providing a penalty. 1-25-12 Subcommittee assigned, Worthan, Abdul-Samad, and Hagenow. H.J. 138.
HSB 570 A study bill relating to horses and dogs engaged in police service by providing for acts involving injury or interference, and providing for penalties. 1-31-12 Subcommittee assigned, Hagenow, S. Olson, and Wolfe. H.J. 171. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2397)
HSB 576 A study bill relating to attempting to elude or eluding a marked law enforcement vehicle, and providing a penalty. 2-1-12 Subcommittee assigned, Worthan, Fry, and Swaim. H.J. 182.
HSB 603 A study bill for requiring salvage dealers to maintain designated records, and providing a penalty. 2-3-12 Subcommittee assigned, Shaw, Fry, and Muhlbauer. H.J. 205. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2399)
HSB 609 A study bill for granting authority to temporarily designate a substance a controlled substance and classifying certain substances as schedule I controlled substances, making penalties applicable, and including effective date provisions. 2-7-12 Subcommittee assigned, Fry, Klein, and Swaim. H.J. 218. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2398)
HSB 636 A study bill for imposing a duty of reasonable assistance on a person present at the scene of an emergency or accident and providing a penalty. 2-20-12 Subcommittee assigned, Klein, Abdul-Samad, and Fry. H.J. 302.
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