Requires mixed drinks, wine, liquor, beer, and wine sold by class "C" licensees for off-site consumption be in original, unopened containers.
Changes definition of "low-speed electric bicycle" and modifies regulations related to low-speed electric bicycles.
Establishes a minimum age and training requirements for attendants who control amusement rides.
Authorizes ABD to grant up to two of each license/permit to a native distillery, beer manufacturer, brewery, or wine manufacturer.
Makes changes to definitions related to amusement concessions and licensing.
Makes provisions related to Manufacturing 4.0, tourism funding, and other IEDA programs.
Places requirements for local government lobbying and contracts.
Waives transfer title fees for snowmobiles and ATVs for surviving spouses.
Makes provisions related to broadband service availability and administration of the empower rural Iowa broadband grant fund.
Makes appropriations for agriculture and natural resources for FY2021-2022.
Makes appropriations for infrastructure for FY2021-2022.
Appropriates funds for economic development for FY2021-2022.
Bans government-issued COVID-19 vaccine passport and prohibits non-health care businesses from requiring proof of vaccination for entrance.
Contains several tax provisions, including repealing triggers, parts of the Governor's housing proposal, child care credits, etc.
Requests a special session be held on December 28 at the Old Capitol in Iowa City to recognize, honor, and commemorate the 175th anniversary of Iowa's statehood. Sponsored by 32 members of the majority party (Republicans).
Makes changes to promotional play receipts governing gambling games and sports wagering.
Creates the Iowa Agricultural Tourism Promotion Act.
Fully conforms Iowa tax law to federal law regarding money received from the federal paycheck protection program for all taxpayers.
Transfers funds to IEDA from the beer and liquor control fund to more than double IEDA marketing efforts and supports a statewide tourism marketing organization.
Modifies regulations and requirements relating to advertising devices along highways.
Makes provisions related to renewable fuel.
Makes several changes to state and local government financing, programs, and operations.
Appropriates funds for transportation services and agencies for fiscal year 2022 (which begins July 1, 2021).
Appropriates funds to various state departments and for a statewide tourism marketing campaign.
Agriculture/Natural Resource budget for FY2021-2022.
Appropriates funds for infrastructure/RIIF for FY2021-2022.
Requires ABD to provide a renewal fee rebate to holders of an annual license/permit to sell alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption who renewed in CY2020.
Budget for unassigned standings (automatic appropriations that are in law) for FY 2022, which beings on July 1, 2021.
Contains several tax provisions, including repealing triggers, mental health funding, parts of the Governor's housing proposal, child care credits, etc.