SSB 3002 – Increases maximum time students are to ride school bus; SSB 3027 – Beginning teacher license date change; SSB 3030 – Expands the Iowa Learning Online (ILO) initiative to homeschoolers; SF 128 – […]
SSB 3022 – Public investment maturity limitations in operating funds of cities/counties. COMMITTEE ACTION: SSB 3022 says that a political subdivision (city, county or school district) may invest that portion of their operating funds, in […]
Senate File 2133 would provide 12 weeks of paid family leave for working Iowa families. The leave would be available when Iowans must care for a family member with a serious health condition or to bond with a newborn, adopted, or foster child. The bill also provides for paid medical leave for a personal serious health condition.
SF 2117/SSB 3089 – FY18 mid-year cuts & supplemental appropriations. COMMITTEE ACTION: SF 2117 / SSB 3089 is a Senate Republican proposal to reduce appropriations to departments and state agencies for FY18, transfer $7 million […]
SSB 3013 – Mortgage releases; SSB 3014 – Waiver of spousal share in powers of attorney; SSB 3025 – Traffic camera prohibition; SSB 3035 – Inmate reading rooms; SSB 3044 – Failure to wear seatbelt. […]
SF 2118 – Youth deer hunting licenses – use across other seasons; SF 2020 – Allowed percentage of state park or preserve campsites available for reservation. COMMITTEE ACTION: SF 2118 allows a person issued […]
State Senator Amanda Ragan and State Representative Sharon Steckman will hold a legislative listening post this Saturday, February 3. The meeting will take place from 10 AM to 11:30 AM in the Mason City room at the Mason City Public Library, 225 2nd St. SE, Mason City.
Democratic lawmakers outlined their new plan today called Putting Iowans First. The plan was developed by lawmakers to keep the 2018 session focused on improving the lives of everyday Iowans with better-paying jobs, revitalized small towns and rural communities, the best education in the country and a great quality of life.
The Senate Education Committee approved bills this week that make technical, non-controversial updates to the Iowa Code and ensure educators get suicide prevention training.
All workers deserve economic security. ThE new economy is an on-demand economy, a gig economy. Gig economy workers could work in the technology field or maybe they are drivers for companies like Lyft and Uber. These workers do not have access to benefits when they get hurt on the job, healthcare or even retirement savings.