All commerce-related bills passed by the Legislature & signed into law for 2017. #ialegis #iagov #consumerprotections #banking #insurance #utilities
HF 309 – IID insurance certificates HF 586 – IFA rent subsidy program; filing requirement modification; mechanics’ liens FLOOR ACTION: HF 309 codifies current practice that prohibits a person from preparing, issuing, requesting or requiring […]
SF 408 – Architect licensure SF 431 – Siting of small wireless facilities HF 215 – Insurance benefits for autism treatment HF 309 – IID insurance certificates HF 518 – Workers’ compensation HF 586 – […]
HF 445 – Iowa Utilities Board omnibus bill FLOOR ACTION HF 445 (SF 417) is a recommendation by the Iowa Utilities Board (IUB). Currently, rate-regulated utilities may collect different rates on a temporary basis, […]
SF 331 – Filing requirements for energy efficiency reports SF 355 – Municipal utility service disconnection, discontinuation regulations SF 404 – Experimental treatments SF 409 – Credit Union omnibus HF 303 – Update to pre-need […]
SF 375 – Subdivided real property assessments SF 386 – Geothermal energy system tax credit for corporations SF 387 – Geothermal energy system tax credit for franchises SF 400 – Insurance benefits for autism treatment […]
SF 1 requires that every proposed rule under a notice of intended action or publication without notice contain a jobs impact statement that outlines the purpose and statutory authority of the rule and analyzes and sets out in detail the impact on state agencies, local governments, the public and regulated entities, including businesses and self-employed individuals.
Those who enroll in a state group insurance plan for state employees will be eligible under the same enrollment rules as non-contract full-time state employees of the executive branch and will pay a portion of the premium on the same basis.
SF 176 transfers responsibility for certifying targeted small businesses under the targeted small business procurement goal program (and associated reporting requirements) from the Department of Inspections & Appeals to the EDA, and specifies that EDA may establish standards for public access to information obtained under the program.