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					                                                                      Session Daily
                                                                                 March 7, 2011
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Voted out of Senate
Files                                             Title                                                Sponsor
SF 149 History                                    .... allowing the department of transportation to
                                                  accept reports from advanced registered nurse
                                                  practitioners and physician assistants
                                                  disclosing a physical or mental condition that       Transportation
                                                  renders a person incompetent to operate a
                                                  motor vehicle. (Formerly SSB 1036.)
                                                  Passed Senate, ayes 50, nays none. S.J. 501.
SF 241 History                                    .... relating to the amount of certain civil
                                                  penalties that may be imposed by the board of        Human
                                                  pharmacy. (Formerly SF 103.)                         Resources
                                                  Passed Senate, ayes 47, nays 3. S.J. 488.
SF 243 History                                    .... expanding the definition of alternate energy
                                                  production facility for purposes of compliance
                                                  with electric utility rate regulation                Commerce
                                                  requirements. (Formerly SSB 1048.)
                                                  Passed Senate, ayes 50, nays none. S.J. 500.
SF 259 History                                    .... relating to mental health and substance
                                                  abuse histories conducted in a presentence
                                                  investigation report and the standards for
                                                                                                       Judiciary
                                                  release on probation in a criminal proceeding.
                                                  (Formerly SSB 1045.)
                                                  Passed Senate, ayes 50, nays none. S.J. 499.
SF 267 History                                    .... relating to close clearances and safe
                                                  spaces around railroad tracks and railroad
                                                                                                       Danielson,
                                                  facilities, and providing penalties and including
                                                                                                       Beall, McCoy
                                                  effective date provisions.
                                                  Passed Senate, ayes 26, nays 24. S.J. 498.
SF 285 History                                    .... relating to employment services laws
                                                  administered by the division of labor services       Labor and
                                                  of the department of workforce development.          Business
                                                  (Formerly SSB 1038.)                                 Relations
                                                  Passed Senate, ayes 49, nays 1. S.J. 498.
SF 286 History                                    .... relating to the Iowa prescription monitoring
                                                  program and including an effective date              Human
                                                  provision. (Formerly SSB 1018.)                      Resources
                                                  Passed Senate, ayes 50, nays none. S.J. 497.
SF 290 History                                    .... relating to asbestos regulations
                                                  administered by the division of labor services       Labor and
                                                  of the department of workforce development.          Business
                                                  (Formerly SSB 1037.)                                 Relations
                                                  Passed Senate, ayes 26, nays 24. S.J. 496.
SF 292 History                                    .... relating to scheduled violations that require
                                                  a court appearance. (Formerly SF 165.)               Judiciary
                                                  Passed Senate, ayes 49, nays 1. S.J. 489.
SF 299 History                                    .... relating to environmental protection,           Natural
                                including solid waste, sewage works,                 Resources
                                hazardous waste, infectious medical waste,           and
                                and pesticide and fertilizer contamination.          Environment
                                (Formerly SSB 1046.)
                                Passed Senate, ayes 46, nays 4. S.J. 491.
SF 315 History                  .... relating to emergency management
                                                                                     Local
                                planning. (Formerly SSB 1061.)
                                                                                     Government
                                Passed Senate, ayes 50, nays none. S.J. 492.
SF 320 History                  .... relating to equipment dealership
                                agreements by providing for supplier liability.
                                                                                     Agriculture
                                (Formerly SF 193.)
                                Passed Senate, ayes 50, nays none. S.J. 494.
SF 321 History                  .... relating to wastewater discharges by on-
                                farm processing operations. (Formerly SF
                                                                                     Agriculture
                                269.)
                                Passed Senate, ayes 50, nays none. S.J. 492.
SF 325 History                  .... relating to the boards of directors of public
                                corporations, and including effective date
                                                                                     Judiciary
                                provisions. (Formerly SSB 1121.)
                                Passed Senate, ayes 40, nays 10. S.J. 490.
Voted out of House
Files                           Title                                                Sponsor
HF 242 History                  .... relating to gubernatorial appointments
                                made to a district judicial nominating
                                                                                     Judiciary
                                commission. (Formerly HF 138)
                                Passed House, ayes 98, nays none. H.J. 542.
HF 348 History                  .... providing for voting methods which may be
                                utilized by members of cooperative
                                                                                     Drake
                                associations.
                                Passed House, ayes 98, nays none. H.J. 543.
HF 404 History                  .... relating to payments for prepaid cemetery
                                and funeral merchandise, and funeral services
                                that are required to be placed in trust or           Commerce
                                secured by a surety bond. (Formerly HF 13)
                                Passed House, ayes 99, nays none. H.J. 544.
HF 465 History                  .... relating to the enforcement of weight
                                limitations for vehicles with retractable axles.
                                                                                     Transportation
                                (Formerly HF 251)
                                Passed House, ayes 99, nays none. H.J. 545.
HF 468 History                  .... relating to preferred stock issued by
                                cooperative associations. (Formerly HSB 99)          Agriculture
                                Passed House, ayes 99, nays none. H.J. 546.
HF 474 History                  .... to designate August 7 of each year as
                                                                                     Veterans
                                Purple Heart Day. (Formerly HF 374)
                                                                                     Affairs
                                Passed House, ayes 98, nays none. H.J. 547.
HF 494 History                  .... relating to visitation or interaction with
                                siblings by children participating in the
                                subsidized guardianship program administered
                                                                                Human
                                by the department of human services and
                                                                                Resources
                                including effective date provisions. (Formerly
                                HF 309)
                                Passed House, ayes 99, nays none. H.J. 549.

Voted out of Senate Committee
Files                           Title                                                Sponsor
HF 184 History                                       .... establishing the categorical state percent of
                                                     growth for purposes of the state school
                                                     foundation program and including effective           Education
                                                     date and applicability provisions. (Formerly
                                                     HSB 32) Ayes 8,Nays 5,Present 0,Absent 0
HF 185 History                                       .... establishing the state percent of growth for
                                                     purposes of the state school foundation
                                                     program and including effective date and             Education
                                                     applicability provisions. (Formerly HSB 28)
                                                     Ayes 8,Nays 5,Present 0,Absent 0
Voted out of House Committee
No Bills Voted out of House Committee on this date
Withdrawn
Files                                                Title                                                Sponsor
HF 13 History                                        .... requiring all payments for prepaid cemetery
                                                     and funeral merchandise, and funeral services
                                                                                                          Pettengill
                                                     to be placed in trust or secured by a surety
                                                     bond. (See Cmte. Bill HF 404)
HF 138 History                                       .... relating to gubernatorial appointments          Kaufmann,
                                                     made to a district judicial nominating               Schultz,
                                                     commission. (See Cmte. Bill HF 242)                  Schulte,
                                                                                                          Moore,
                                                                                                          Lofgren,
                                                                                                          Baudler,
                                                                                                          Pettengill,
                                                                                                          Heaton, Miller,
                                                                                                          L., Rayhons,
                                                                                                          Forristall,
                                                                                                          Alons,
                                                                                                          Huseman,
                                                                                                          Chambers,
                                                                                                          Anderson,
                                                                                                          Brandenburg,
                                                                                                          Olson, S.,
                                                                                                          Paustian,
                                                                                                          Klein, Byrnes,
                                                                                                          Vander
                                                                                                          Linden,
                                                                                                          Massie, Van
                                                                                                          Engelenhoven,
                                                                                                          Worthan, Fry,
                                                                                                          Koester,
                                                                                                          Soderberg,
                                                                                                          Rogers,
                                                                                                          Grassley,
                                                                                                          Swaim, Berry,
                                                                                                          Kressig,
                                                                                                          Kajtazovic,
                                                                                                          Wittneben,
                                                                                                          Willems,
                                                                                                          Steckman,
                                                                                                          Gaskill,
                                                                                                          Kearns,
                                                                                                          Wenthe, Quirk,
                                                                                                          Sands
HF 251 History                                       .... relating to the enforcement of weight
                                                     limitations for vehicles with retractable axles.     Worthan
                                                     (See Cmte. Bill HF 465)
HF 309 History                                       .... relating to visitation or interaction with      Heaton
                     siblings by children participating in the
                     subsidized guardianship program administered
                     by the department of human services and
                     including effective date provisions. (See Cmte.
                     Bill HF 494)
HF 374 History       .... to designate August 7 of each year as      Hagenow,
                     Purple Heart Day. (See Cmte. Bill HF 474)       Klein, Fry,
                                                                     Vander
                                                                     Linden,
                                                                     Huseman,
                                                                     Soderberg,
                                                                     Taylor, J.,
                                                                     Pearson,
                                                                     Forristall,
                                                                     Kaufmann
Passed on File
Files                Title                                           Sponsor
Sent To Governor
Files                Title                                           Sponsor
Vetoed by Governor
Files                Title                                           Sponsor
Signed by Governor
Files                Title                                           Sponsor

				
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