General Assembly: 81 (2006 Regular GA) - Chapter 1069 - Licensed health care facility employees — criminal and abuse records


Published: 2006-04-20

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expiration and the month after the month of expiration to renew the license. A person who fails to renew a license by the end of this time period and desires to hold a license shall file a new license application and pay the required fee. A separate license shall be obtained for each county in which an applicant does business as a travel trailer dealer.

Sec. 56. Section 322C.9, Code 2005, is amended to read as follows: 322C.9 LICENSE APPLICATION AND FEES. Upon application and payment of a thirty-five-dollar fee seventy dollar fee for a two-year pe-

riodorpart thereof, a personmaybe licensed as amanufacturer or distributor of travel trailers. The application shall be in the form and shall contain information as the department pre- scribes. The license shall be granted or refused within thirty days after application. The li- cense expires, unless sooner revoked or suspended by the department, on December 31 of the calendar year forwhich the licensewasgranted of even-numbered years. A licensee shall have themonth of December of the calendar year for which the license was granted and the follow- ing month of January expiration and the month after the month of expiration to renew the li- cense. A person who fails to renew a license by the end of this time period and desires to hold a license shall file a new license application and pay the required fee.

Sec. 57. EFFECTIVE DATE AND DISPOSITION OF EXCESS FEES. 1. This division of this Act takes effect January 1, 2007. 2. Due to the transition to two-year licensing periods provided for in this division of this Act,

the state department of transportation shall provide a credit for excess license fees paid pursu- ant to section 321F.4, 321H.4, 322.5, 322.29, 322B.3, 322B.4, 322C.4, or 322C.9 by any licensee prior to January 1, 2007. The department shall also provide a credit for excess fees paid by a vehicle dealer, transporter, or manufacturer for a distinguishing number and special plates pursuant to section 321.58 or 321.60 prior to January 1, 2007.

Approved April 20, 2006

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CH. 1069CH. 1069

CHAPTER 1069

LICENSED HEALTH CARE FACILITY EMPLOYEES — CRIMINAL AND ABUSE RECORDS

H.F. 2588

AN ACT relating to the criminal and abuse registry checks required of a person employed by a licensed health care facility.

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

Section 1. Section 135C.33, subsection 4, Code 2005, is amended to read as follows: 4. a. A Except as provided in paragraph “b”, a person who has committed a crime or has a

record of founded child or dependent adult abuse shall not be employed in a facility licensed under this chapter unless an evaluation has been performed by the department of human ser- vices. If the department of human services determines from the evaluation that the person has committed a crime or has a record of founded child or dependent adult abuse which warrants prohibition of employment, the person shall not be employed in a facility licensed under this chapter.

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b. A personwith a criminal or abuse recordwho is employed by a facility licensed under this chapter and is hired by another licensee without a lapse in employment shall be subject to the criminal history and abuse record checks required pursuant to subsection 1. If an evaluation was previously performed by the department of human services concerning the person’s crim- inal or abuse record and it was determined that the record did not warrant prohibition of the person’s employment and the latest record checks do not indicate a crime was committed or founded abuse record was entered subsequent to that evaluation, the person may commence employmentwith the other licenseewhile the department of human services’ evaluation of the latest record checks is pending. Otherwise, the requirements of paragraph “a” remain applica- ble to the person’s employment.

Approved April 20, 2006

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CH. 1070CH. 1070

CHAPTER 1070

COUNTY TREASURER DUTIES, MOTOR VEHICLE REGULATION, AND PUBLIC NUISANCE TAX SALES

H.F. 2654

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles and the powers and duties of the county treasurer in rela- tion tomotor vehicles and property taxation and including effective and applicability date provisions.

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

Section 1. Section 12B.11, Code 2005, is amended to read as follows: 12B.11 MANNER AND DETAILS OF SETTLEMENT. At the time of any examination of any such office, or at the time of any settlement with the

treasurer in charge of any such public funds, the treasurer shall is not required to produce and count in the presence of the officer or officers making such examination or settlement, unless otherwise requested by the board of supervisors, all moneys or funds then on deposit in the safe or vault in the treasurer’s office, and. The treasurer shall produce a statement of allmoney or funds on deposit with any depository wherein the treasurer is authorized to deposit such funds, and shall correctly show the balance remaining on deposit in such depository at the close of business on the day preceding the day of such settlement. The treasurer shall also file a statement setting forth the numbers, dates, and amounts of all outstanding checks, or other items of difference, reconciling the balance as shown by the treasurer’s books with those of the depositories. The state treasurer shall also file a statement showing the numbers, dates, and amounts of all United States government bonds held as part of said public fund.

Sec. 2. Section 321.20, unnumbered paragraph 1, Code Supplement 2005, is amended to read as follows: Except as provided in this chapter, an owner of a vehicle subject to registration shall make

application to the county treasurer of the county of the owner’s residence, or if a nonresident, to the county treasurer of the county where the primary users of the vehicle are located, or if a lessor of the vehicle pursuant to chapter 321Fwhich vehicle has a gross vehicleweight of less than ten thousand pounds, to the county treasurer of the county of the lessee’s residence, or if a firm, association, or corporation with vehicles in multiple counties, the owner may make