General Assembly: 83 (2010 Regular GA) - Chapter 1048 - Unemployment insurance — relocation of spouse by military


Published: 2010-03-16

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CH. 1047 LAWS OF THE EIGHTY-THIRD G.A., 2010 SESSION 202

thirty-day intervals, up to the maximum amount, so long as the veteran is hospitalized or receiving medical care or rehabilitation services authorized by the military.

Approved March 16, 2010

CHAPTER 1048 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE — RELOCATION OF SPOUSE BY MILITARY

H.F. 2110

AN ACT relating to unemployment insurance benefits for spouses who leave employment to accompany a spouse on a military assignment.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 96.5, subsection 1, Code 2009, is amended by adding the following new paragraph: NEW PARAGRAPH. b. The individual’s leaving was caused by the relocation of the

individual’s spouse by the military. The employer’s account shall not be charged for any benefits paid to an individual who leaves due to the relocation of a military spouse. Relief of charges under this paragraph applies to both contributory and reimbursable employers, notwithstanding section 96.8, subsection 5.

Approved March 16, 2010

CHAPTER 1049 SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE FOR DISABLED VETERANS

H.F. 2449

AN ACT relating to the encouragement and assistance of businesses owned by disabled veterans.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 15.108, subsection 7, paragraph g, unnumbered paragraph 1, Code 2009, is amended to read as follows: Encourage and assist small businesses, including small businesses owned and operated by

disabled veterans, to obtain state contracts and subcontracts by cooperatingwith the directors of purchasing in the department of administrative services, the state board of regents, and the state department of transportation in performing the following functions:

Approved March 16, 2010