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Last updated May 10, 2018
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Bill numberTopicDescriptionUpdateCFPC position
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Early learning and K-12
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SF 2359diversityEliminates implementation of a voluntary diversity plan as a reason to deny open enrollment of a pupilNo further action taken during 2nd funnel.Against
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SF 427educationIncreases the number of years for the supplementary weighting for limited English proficient studentsno actionFor
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SF 475DOE changesAlive from last year - makes several changes, including the creation of a workgroup to look at health screeningsSigned by Governor on 4/17.Undecided
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SF 440educationSpecifies that preschool foundation aid may be used by approved local programs and community providers for personal health and hygiene items and safety equipment and specifies that such items and equipment are not considered to be administrative costsSubcommittee held 1/18. Lobbyists, legislators determined bill wasn't needed -- issues addressed in last year's legislation.Undecided
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SF 2017educationAbolishes the Dept. of Education and provides vouchers for childrenNo action takenAgainst
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SF 2115private education tax credit Establishes an income tax credit for the amounts that a person pays for books, tuition and other private instruction costs for each dependent.No action takenAgainst
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HF 2085transportationMakes a child eligible for school bus transportation to a child care home if the home is more than two miles from the school but in the district, and the parent submits a requestNo action takenFor
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SF 2091private schoolEstablishes educational savings grants for students at private schools or in home schools for qualified expenses.No action takenAgainst
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HF 2261preschoolexpands 4 year old preschool to cover 5 years olds removes the name Four year old preschool programNo action takenUndecided
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HF 2444child care facitlitesRelates to child care facilities, including child abuse reporting and the prohibition of certain persons from involvement with child careSigned by Governor on 4/11.For
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HSB 651vouchersEstablishes education savings grants (SF 2091)No action takenAgainst
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SF 2371Human traffickingAn Act relating to criminal penalties for individuals engaged  in human trafficking of victims who are under the age of eighteen.No action takenFor
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HF 2467 School mealsAllows schools to use money from the flexibility accounts to pay for the costs student meal debt.Signed by Governor on 4/17.For
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Health
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SF 360safe havenAdds first responder to those who can receive an infant safe haven reportSigned by Governor on 3/29Undecided
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SF 2013MedicaidExempts individuals who rely on long-term services and supports (elderly and individuals with disabilities) from managed careNo action takenUndecided
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HF 2017public healthEliminates the Department of Public Health and transfers those duties to the Departments of Public Safety and Human ServicesNo action takenAgainst
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SF 2083MedicaidDirects the DHS to adopt rules to require Medicaid MCOs to reimburse contracted providers at 100% of the reimbursement rate set by the Legislature and at 95% for providers without a contract.No action takenUndecided
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SF 2284MedicaidRelating to the provision of integrated health home services under Medicaid managed careNo action takenFor
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SF 2094 child safetyRequires all children under two years to be in rear facing car seatsNo action takenFor
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HF 2104 Medicaidmedicaid oversightno action takenfor
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SF 2113suicide preventionA bill for an act providing for school employee training relating to suicide awareness and prevention. Signed by Governor on 3/29For
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SF 2120Medicaid billingrelating to Medicaid managed care by requiring the development and use of uniform billing and prior authorization formsNo Action takenFor
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SF 2158Medicaid waiverDirects DHS to apply for waiver to impose additional requirements, including work requirements, on adults to be eligible for MedicaidNo action takenAgainst
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HF 2178hearing aidsRequires health insurance plans to cover hearing aids for children under 18. Limits hearing aids to one per ear for a three-year period.Language in HHS bill that helps families pay for costs of audiological services including hearing aidsFor
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HF 2339cigarette tax increaseIncreases the tax on cigarettes and tobacco products and imposes a tax on alternative nicotine products and vapor products such that the tax is equivalent on all products to a tax of $2.86 on a pack of cigarettes, up from $1.36.No action takenFor
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SSB 3095newborn screeningsrelating to newborn metabolic screening to include all disorders listed on the recommended uniform screening panel recommended by the U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesNo action takenUndecided
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HF 2462DHS bill removes many data reporting requirements for MCOs/ MedicaidNo action taken. Some language of the bill can be found in the HHS billUndecided
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HF 2291Medicaidrelated to medicaid oversightNo action takenUndecided
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HF 2292Medicaidmedicaid managed care contracts and oversightNo action taken- some language can be found in HHS billUndecided
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HF 2428Medicaiddirects DHS to apply for a waiver to impose work requirementsno action takenAgainst
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SF 2351Mental healthexpands mental health servicessee HF 2456For
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HF 2456Mental Health expands mental health servicesSigned by Governor on 3/29For
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Child welfare
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SR 101foster/adoptive careRequests an interim study on whether the DHS should be responsible for recruiting and retaining potential foster or adoptive parents rather than private agenciesNo action takenFor
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SR 102foster/adoptive care study IIRequests an interim study on whether the DHS should be responsible for screening foster or adoptive parents rather than agenciesNo action takenFor
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HF 2350 trainingA bill for an act requiring school employee training and protocols relating to suicide prevention and trainingSubstitued with SF 2113 (above)For
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HF 2399ResidentialAn Act relating to the state training school at Eldora.no action taken - some language can be found in HHS billAgainst
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SSB 3036removal of childrenRequires DHS to obtain a complete set of fingerprints for every adult in house where a child is being placed if an emergency placement lasts more than 24 hours.no action takenFor
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SF 2195parental rightsRelates to evidence for termination of parental rights when the grounds are based on the child having been adjudicated a child in need of assistance2/8 subcommittee- no further action takenUndecided
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HF 2443juvenile court recordsAn Act relating to the delinquency jurisdiction of the juvenile court and the confidentiality and disclosure of certain  juvenile court records.Waiting for Governor's signatureFor
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HSB 665mandatory reportingEstablishes a mandatory reporitng training workgroupno action takenFor
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SSB 3099adoptionAn Act providing for open adoptions and voluntary postadoption contact agreements relating to private termination of parental rights and adoption proceedings.No further action takenFor
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SF 2300mandatory reportingAn Act requiring the department of human services to facilitate a workgroup study relating to certain mandatory reporter training and certification requirements.Language found in HHS billFor
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HF 2381parental guardianshipAn Act relating to the disposition of a child found to have committed a delinquent act.Signed by Governor on 4/10For
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SF 2371Human TraffickingIncreases the penalties for the human trafficking of persons under the age of 18 to a Class B felony.For
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HF 2370 adoptionprovision of information regarding postadoption services to all adoptive familiesSigned by Governor on 3/28For
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Family economic success
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SF2327workforce/ education trainingGovernor's Future Ready Iowa proposal House companion bill signed by GovernorUndecided
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HF 2458Gov's billLays out some of the recommendations of the Future Ready Iowa workgroupSigned by Governor on 4/3.Undecided
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Taxes & budget
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HF 2033income tax check offsRequires director of revenue to include check offs for up to five different state funds to allow taxpayers to make voluntary income tax contributions.No action takenUndecided
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SF 2117deappropriation for FY18Makes additional cuts to current fiscal year budgetsigned by Governor on 3/28Against
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HSB 671Gov's tax proposalEliminates federal deductibility, reduces individual and corporate taxessee HF 2489Undecided
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HF 2489Gov's tax proposalEliminates federal deductibility, reduces individual and corporate taxessee sf 2383Undecided
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SF 2383Senate's tax proposalProvides individual and corporate tax dedutions. Eliminates and/or caps some tax creditssigned by Governor Against
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SF 2012child care/child healthRequires the DHS to develop methodology for setting reimbursement rates for get-well care centersNo action takenFor
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SF 2283adoptioncharging of fees relating to copies of adoption decrees and certifications of adoption delivered by the clerk of court to specified entitiessee HF 2370 aboveUndecided
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SF 2370welfare reformRequires the DHS to have eligibility verification procedures for public assistance programs and to monitor eligibility on at least a quarterly basis.no action takenAgainst
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SF 2415education budget billfunds various education initiatvesundecided
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