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2023 Bills Vetoed By The Governor Full Report

SB8 - Bill by Senator Steffen
Reducing penalties for the late filing of and the failure to file personal property renditions and the discovery of escaped personal property, requiring filing only an initial statement with county appraiser for personal property, decreasing the penalties for failing to timely remit withholding income taxes of employees by employers, extending reimbursement from the taxpayer notification costs fund for printing and postage costs for county clerks for calendar year 2024, modifying and prescribing the contents of the revenue neutral rate public hearing notice, providing two prior years' values on the annual valuation notice, allowing for filing of an appraisal by a certified residential real property appraiser for appeal purposes, discontinuing the prohibition of paying taxes under protest after a valuation notice appeal, accounting for adverse influences in the valuation of agricultural land, including properties used for registered agritourism activities as land devoted to agricultural use for purposes of classification, providing a property tax exemption for certain business property operated in competition with property owned or operated by a governmental entity, providing income tax subtraction modifications to permit the carryforward of certain net operating losses for individuals and for the federal work opportunity tax credit and the employee retention credit disallowances, increasing the tax credit amount for adoption expenses and making the credit refundable, increasing the amount of income tax credits available for purchases under the disability employment act from qualified vendors, continuing in existence such credits beyond tax year 2023 and defining qualifying vendors and eligible employees, establishing a tax credit for contributions to eligible charitable organizations operating pregnancy centers or residential maternity facilities, clarifying the determination of taxable income of an electing pass-through entity and providing for the passing through of tax credits to electing pass-through entity owners for purposes of the salt parity act, excluding social security payments from household income and expanding eligibility for seniors and disabled veterans related to increased property tax homestead refund claims, providing a sales tax exemption for sales of property and services used in the provision of communications services and excluding manufacturers' coupons from the sales or selling price.
SB26 - Bill by Financial Institutions and Insurance
Creating a civil cause of action against a physician who performs childhood gender reassignment service and requiring revocation of a physician's license who performs childhood gender reassignment service.
SB169 - Bill by Taxation
House Substitute for SB 169 by Committee on Taxation - providing an income tax rate of 5.15% for individuals and decreasing the normal tax for corporations, increasing the income limit for the income tax subtraction modification for social security income, increasing the standard deduction by a cost-of-living adjustment, discontinuing the food sales tax credit, decreasing the privilege tax normal tax, establishing a 0% state rate for sales and use taxes for food and food ingredients on January 1, 2024, and increasing the extent of property tax exemption for residential property from the statewide school levy.
SB180 - Bill by Public Health and Welfare
Establishing the women's bill of rights to provide a meaning of biological sex for purposes of statutory construction.
SB209 - Bill by Federal and State Affairs
Requiring all advance voting ballots be returned by 7 p.m. on election day.
SB228 - Bill by Judiciary
Requiring the secretary for aging and disability services to reimburse counties for certain costs when a person is in a county jail awaiting examination, evaluation or treatment for competency, modernizing statutes concerning county jails, removing the requirement that every county shall have a jail, modifying procedures used when district courts commit prisoners to jail in another county and when counties contract with city jails to keep prisoners and requiring a medical examination before certain United States prisoners or city prisoners are taken into custody of a county jail.
HB2094 - Bill by Insurance
Requiring work registrants ages 50-59 to complete an employment and training program to receive food assistance, establishing periods of ineligibility for child care subsidy based on cooperation with child support services and requiring the secretary to conduct reviews of cooperation with child support.
HB2138 - Bill by Education
Senate Substitute for HB 2138 by Committee on Education - Requiring school districts to provide separate accommodations for students of each biological sex on overnight school district sponsored trips, requiring contracts for exclusive broadcasts of state high school activities association activities to permit certain local broadcasts and providing for administrative review of resolutions to permanently close a school building of a school district.
HB2236 - Bill by Education
Establishing parents' right to direct the education, upbringing and moral or religious training of their children including the right to object to harmful and inappropriate educational materials.
HB2238 - Bill by Education
Creating the fairness in women's sports act to require that female student athletic teams only include members who are biologically female.
HB2264 - Bill by Health and Human Services
Requiring notification to patients that the effects of a medication abortion may be reversible and revising the definition of "abortion" to clarify procedures that are excluded from such definition.
HB2285 - Bill by Insurance
Requiring the secretary of health and environment to study drug overdose death cases and providing for the confidentiality of related records, restricting the authority of the secretary of health and environment and local health officers to control the spread of infectious or contagious diseases, repealing the authority of the secretary to quarantine individuals and impose penalties for violations thereof and prohibiting the secretary of health and environment from requiring COVID-19 vaccination for children attending a child care facility or school.
HB2304 - Bill by Federal and State Affairs
Standardizing firearms safety programs in school districts.
HB2313 - Bill by Representatives Sanders, Awerkamp, Barth, Bergkamp, Bergquist, Blex, Bloom, Bryce, Buehler, Butler, Carpenter, W., Clifford, Collins, Delperdang, Ellis, Eplee, Essex, Estes, Fairchild, Garber, Goddard, Goetz, Hill, Hoffman, Howe, Howell, Howerton, Humphries, Lewis, Mason, Maughan, Moser, Murphy, Neelly, Owens, Penn, Pickert, Proctor, Resman, Rhiley, Schmoe, Smith, A., Smith, C., Smith, E., Sutton, Tarwater, Thomas, Thompson, Turk, Waggoner, Wasinger, White, Williams, K.
Creating the born-alive infants protection act to provide legal protections for infants who are born alive regardless of the intent of the delivery.
HB2325 - Bill by Insurance
Amending the definition of "healthcare provider" for purposes of the healthcare provider insurance availability act to include maternity centers and not include facilities where elective abortions are performed.
HB2344 - Bill by Commerce
Senate Substitute for HB 2344 by Committee on Commerce - Establishing child care licensing requirements relating to license capacity and staff-to-child ratios, eliminating certain license fees and training requirements, creating a process for day care facility licensees to apply for a temporary waiver of certain statutory requirements and authorizing the secretary to develop and operate pilot programs to increase child care facility availability or capacity.
HB2350 - Bill by Corrections and Juvenile Justice
Creating the crimes of human smuggling and aggravated human smuggling and providing penalties therefor.

NOTE: Bills with line item vetoes are not included on this report but can be found on the Laws report.
2024. Powered by KLISS. Rendered: 2024-04-19T04:13:00. Head Rev No: 749401(I)