SF 2418

  • Iowa Senate Bill
  • 2017-2018 Regular Session
  • Introduced in Senate May 03, 2018
  • Passed Senate May 04, 2018
  • Passed House May 04, 2018
  • Governor

A bill for an act relating to appropriations for health and human services and veterans and including other related provisions and appropriations, providing penalties, and including effective date and retroactive and other applicability date provisions. (Formerly SSB 3222.) Item vetoed. Various effective dates; see bill.

Bill Subjects

Abortions Addictions Adult Day Services Aging, Department On Alcoholic Beverages Appropriations Area Agencies On Aging Audiology Autism Births Brain Injuries Cancer Center For Congenital And Inherited Disorders Cervical Cancer Child Abuse Child Assistance Child Care Child Support Chore Services Civil Liability College Of Dentistry Colon Cancer Controlled Substances Correctional Facilities County Government County Veteran Affairs Commissions Dental Care Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical Center Developmental Disabilities Disabilities Diseases Durable Medical Equipment Early Childhood Iowa Initiative Economic Development Authority Elder Abuse Epilepsy Family Assistance Family Investment Program Family Planning Family Support Programs Finance Authority Food Assistance Foster Care Gambling Health Health And Human Services Appropriations Health Insurance Health Maintenance Organizations Health-Related Professions Healthy And Well Kids In Iowa Program Healthy Opportunities For Parents To Experience Success (Hopes) Program Hiv/Aids Home Care Services Home Ownership Hospitals Human Rights Department Human Services Human Services Department Intellectual Disabilities Iowa Jobs Program Juvenile Facilities Lodging Long-Term Care Long-Term Care Ombudsmen Low-Income Health Care Marijuana Marital And Family Therapy Medical Assistance Medical Assistance Advisory Council Medical Care Medicine Melanoma Mental Health Mental Health Counseling Mental Health Institutes Nursing Nursing Facilities Obesity Older Persons Pharmacy Pharmacy Benefits Managers Poisonings Pregnancy Prescription Drugs Professional Licensure Professions Psychology Public Health Department Resource Centers Respite Care Services Retired And Senior Volunteer Program Sex Crimes Sex Offender Registration Sexual Abuse Sexually Violent Predators Social Work State Institutions Substance Abuse Suicide Supplementary Assistance Training School, State University Of Iowa Veterans Affairs Veterans Affairs Department Veterans Home Vision Volunteer Service Commission Volunteerism

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Jun 01, 2018

Senate

Item vetoed, signed by Governor

Iowa General Assembly

NOBA: Graybook

May 05, 2018

House

Explanation of vote.

Senate

Message from House, with amendment S-5311.

Senate

Senate concurred with S-5311.

Senate

Passed Senate, ayes 26, nays 21.

Senate

Immediate message.

House

Message from Senate.

Senate

Explanation of vote.

Senate

Reported correctly enrolled, signed by President and Speaker, and sent to Governor.

Iowa General Assembly

NOBA: Final

May 04, 2018

House

Substituted for HF 2501.

House

Amendment H-8501 adopted.

House

Explanation of vote.

House

Passed House, ayes 55, nays 35.

House

Explanation of vote.

House

Immediate message.

House

Amendment H-8501 filed.

Senate

Amendment S-5306 filed, adopted.

Senate

Amendment S-5309 filed, lost.

Senate

Amendment S-5308 filed.

Senate

Point of order raised on S-5308, ruled in order.

Senate

Amendment S-5308 lost.

Senate

Passed Senate, ayes 27, nays 20.

Iowa General Assembly

NOBA: Senate Floor

Senate

Immediate message.

House

Message from Senate.

House

Read first time, passed on file.

May 03, 2018

Senate

Introduced, placed on Appropriations calendar.

Iowa General Assembly

NOBA: Senate Full Approps

Senate

Committee report, approving bill.

Bill Text

Bill Text Versions Format
Enrolled PDF HTML
Reprinted PDF HTML
Introduced PDF HTML
Amendment S-5306 PDF
Amendment S-5309 PDF
Amendment S-5308 PDF
Amendment H-8501 PDF
Amendment S-5311 PDF

Related Documents

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