IA HF889 | 2021-2022 | 89th General Assembly

Status

Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)
Status: Passed on May 20 2021 - 100% progression
Action: 2021-05-20 - Signed by Governor. H.J. 1212.
Text: Latest bill text (Enrolled) [HTML]

Summary

A bill for an act prohibiting the mandatory disclosure of whether a person has received a vaccination for COVID-19, disqualifying certain entities from receiving state grants or contracts, and including effective date provisions. Effective date: 05/20/2021.

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Title

A bill for an act prohibiting the mandatory disclosure of whether a person has received a vaccination for COVID-19, disqualifying certain entities from receiving state grants or contracts, and including effective date provisions. Effective date: 05/20/2021.

Sponsors


Roll Calls

2021-05-05 - Senate - Shall the bill pass? (Y: 32 N: 16 NV: 0 Abs: 2) [PASS]
2021-04-28 - House - Shall the bill pass? (Y: 58 N: 35 NV: 0 Abs: 7) [PASS]
2021-04-28 - House - Shall amendment H–1431 be adopted? (Y: 43 N: 50 NV: 0 Abs: 7) [FAIL]
2021-04-28 - House - Shall amendment H–1421 be adopted? (Y: 9 N: 85 NV: 0 Abs: 6) [FAIL]

History

DateChamberAction
2021-05-20HouseSigned by Governor. H.J. 1212.
2021-05-20HouseReported correctly enrolled, signed by Speaker and President, and sent to Governor. H.J. 1207.
2021-05-05HouseMessage from Senate. H.J. 1042.
2021-05-05SenateImmediate message. S.J. 1028.
2021-05-05SenatePassed Senate, yeas 32, nays 16. S.J. 1027.
2021-05-05SenateSubstituted for SF 610. S.J. 1027.
2021-04-29SenateRead first time, attached to companion SF 610. S.J. 1020.
2021-04-29SenateMessage from House. S.J. 1020.
2021-04-28HouseImmediate message. H.J. 1031.
2021-05-06HouseExplanation of vote. H.J. 1076.
2021-04-29HouseExplanation of vote. H.J. 1034.
2021-04-28HousePassed House, yeas 58, nays 35. H.J. 1028.
2021-04-28HouseMotion to suspend rules failed. H.J. 1027.
2021-04-28HouseMotion to suspend rules for immediate consideration of amendment H-1433. H.J. 1027.
2021-04-28HousePoint of order raised on H-1433, ruled not germane. H.J. 1027.
2021-04-28HouseAmendment H-1433 filed. H.J. 1027.
2021-04-29HouseExplanation of vote. H.J. 1034.
2021-04-28HouseAmendment H-1421 filed, lost. H.J. 1026.
2021-04-28HouseAmendment H-1424 filed, withdrawn. H.J. 1026.
2021-04-29HouseExplanation of vote. H.J. 1034.
2021-04-28HouseAmendment H-1431 filed, lost. H.J. 1025.
2021-04-28HouseMotion to suspend rules prevailed. H.J. 1024.
2021-04-28HouseMotion to suspend rules for immediate consideration. H.J. 1024.
2021-04-26HouseCommittee report, recommending passage. H.J. 1003.
2021-04-26HouseSubcommittee: Holt, Bohannan, Gustafson, Hansen, Hite, Jacobsen, Kaufmann, Klein, Lohse, Meyer, B., Mitchell, Oldson, Olson, Osmundson, Salmon, Wessel-Kroeschell, Westrich, Wheeler, Wilburn, Wills and Wolfe. H.J. 1003.
2021-04-23HouseIntroduced, referred to Judiciary. H.J. 1002.

Same As/Similar To

SF610 (Similar To) 2021-05-05 - Withdrawn. S.J. 1028.

Iowa State Sources


Bill Comments

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