General Assembly: 78 (1999 Regular GA) - Chapter 50 - Iowa sheep and wool promotion board assessments


Published: 1999

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CHAPTER49 CHURCH BUILDINGS- ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

S.F. 106

CH.50

AN ACT providing for accessibility requirements for church buildings and providing an effective date.

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

Section 1. Section 103A. 7, subsection 5, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows: 5. The accessibility and use by persons with disabilities and elderly persons, of buildings,

structures and facilities which are constructed and intended for use by the general public. The rules shall be consistent with federal standards for building accessibility and shall only apply to those building:s. structures. and facilities subject to chapter 104A.

Sec. 2. Section 104A.2, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows: 104A.2 APPLICABILITY- REQUIREMENTS. The standards and specifications adopted by the state building code commissioner and as

set forth in this chapter shall apply to all public and private buildings and facilities, tempo- rary and permanent, used by the general public. The specific occupancies and minimum extent of accessibility shall be in accordance with the conforming standards set forth in section 104A.6. In every covered multiple-dwelling-unit building containing four or more individual dwelling units the requirements of this chapter and those adopted by the state building code commissioner shall be met. However. this chapter shall not apply to a build- ing:. or to structures or facilities within the building:. if the primary use of the building: is to serve as a place of worship.

Sec. 3. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Act, being deemed of immediate importance, takes effect upon enactment.

Approved April22, 1999

CHAPTER 50 IOWA SHEEP AND WOOL PROMOTION BOARD ASSESSMENTS

H.F. 293

AN ACT providing for the administration of assessments collected by the Iowa sheep and wool promotion board.

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

Section 1. Section 182.1, subsection 1, Code 1999, is amended by striking the subsection.

Sec. 2. Section 182.1, Code 1999, is amended by adding the following new subsections: NEW SUBSECTION. 1A. "Assessment" means an excise tax on the sale of sheep or wool

as provided in this chapter. NEW SUBSECTION. 2A. "Concentration point" means a location or facility where sheep

are assembled for purposes of sale or resale for feeding, breeding, or slaughtering, and where contact may occur between groups of sheep from various sources. "Concentration

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point" includes a public stockyard, auction market, street market, state or federal market, untested consignment sales location, buying station, or a livestock dealer's yard, truck, or facility.

Sec. 3. Section 182.1, subsection 5, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows: 5. "First purchaser" means a person who resells sheep or wool purchased purchases

sheep or wool from a producer or offers for sale a product produced from the sheep or wool for any purpose.

Sec. 4. Section 182.1, subsection 8, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows: 8. "Sheep" means an animal of the ovine species, regardless of age, produced or marketed

in this state for slaughter.

Sec. 5. Section 182.2, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows: 182.2 PETITION FOR REFERENDUM ELECTION. Upon receipt of a petition signed by at least fifty producers in each district requesting a

referendum ~ election to determine whether to establish an Iowa sheep and wool promo tiefl the board and to impose an assessment not to enceed two cents on every pound of wool produced and sold by a producer and ten cents per head on all sheep sold for slaughter by a producer, the secretary shall call a referendum to be conducted within sixty days following receipt of the petition.

Sec. 6. Section 182.14, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows: 182.14 ASSESSMENT. L. If approved by a majority of voters at a referendum, an assessment to be set by the board

at not more than two cents for each pound of wool produced and sold by a producer and not more than ten cents per head on sheep sold for slaughter by a producer.

2.. The assessment shall be imposed on the producer as follows: a. If the producer sells wool or sheep to the first purchaser within this state. the following

shall apply: ill If the sale occurs at a concentration point. the assessment shall be imposed at the time

of delivery to the first purchaser who will. The first purchaser shall deduct the assessment from the price paid to the producer at the time of sale.

ro If the sale does not occur at a concentration point. the producer shall deduct the assessment from the amount received from the sale and shall forward the amount deducted to the board within thirty days following each calendar quarter.

b. If the producer sells, ships, or otherwise disposes of wool or sheep for slaughter to &first purchaser or other any person outside the this state of Iowa, the producer shall deduct the assessment from the amount received from the sale and shall forward the amount deducted to the board within thirty days follmving each calendar quarter. If the producer and the first purchaser are the same person, then that person shall pay the assessment to the board within thirty days following each calendar quarter.

3... The assessment imposed by this section shall be remitted to the board not later than thirty days following each calendar quarter during which the assessment amount was deducted.

Sec. 7. Section 182.15, subsection 3, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows: 3. The pounds of wool or head of sheep for slaughter sold.

Sec. 8. Section 182.16, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows: 182.16 REMITT,AL"lCE TO BOARD DEPOSIT AND DISBURSEMENT OF FUNDS . .Subject to section 182.14, the assessment imposed by this chapter shall be remitted by the

purchaser to the Iowa sheep and wool promotion board not later than thirty days follo•.ving each calendar quarter during which the assessment was collected. Amounts The board shall deposit amounts collected from the assessment shall be deposited imposed pursuant to

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section 182.14 in an account established pursuant to section 182.12, subsection 9. Expenses and disbursements incurred and made pursuant to this chapter shall be made by voucher, draft, or check bearing the signature of a person designated by majority vote of the board.

Approved April22, 1999

CHAPTER 51 PSYCHIATRIC MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS FOR CHILDREN-

AUTHORIZATION REQUIREMENTS

H.F. 741

AN ACT relating to the authorization requirements for psychiatric medical institutions for children and providing an effective date.

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

Section 1. Section 135H.6, subsections 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, Code 1999, are amended to read as follows:

4. The applicant has been awarded a certificate of need pursuant to chapter 135. unless exempt as provided in this section.

5. The department of human services has submitted written approval of the application based on the department of human services' determination of need. The department of human services shall identify the location and number of children in the state who require the services of a psychiatric medical institution for children. Approval of an application shall be based upon the location of the proposed psychiatric institution relative to the need for services identified by the department of human services and an analysis of the applicant's ability to provide services and support consistent with requirements under chapter 232, particularly regarding community-based treatment. If the proposed psychiatric institution is not freestanding from a facility licensed under chapter 135B or 135C, approval under this subsection shall not be given unless the department of human services certifies that the proposed psychiatric institution is capable of providing a resident with a living environ- ment similar to the living environment provided by a licensee which is freestanding from a facility licensed under chapter 135B or 135C. Unless a psyehiatFie institution was aeeFed ited to pFOvide psyehiatFie seFViees by the joint commission on the aeeFeditation of health caFe oFgani:zations undeF the commission's consolidated standaFds foF Fesidential settings pFioF to June 1, 1989, the department of human sef'Viees shall not appFo·;e an application foF a license undeF this ehapteF until the fedeFal health caFe financing administFation has appFOved a state Title XIX plan amendment to include eovemge of seFViees in a psychiatric medical institution foF ehildFen. In addition, eitheF of the following conditions must be met:

&.- .6., The department of human services shall not give approval to an application which would cause the total number of beds licensed under this chapter for services reimbursed by the medical assistance program under chapter 249A to exceed three fuYI: hundred 5Htty !hi!:ty beds, eneept as pFO"'ided in paFagFaph "b" and paFagFaph "e", ·~rith not moFe than thFee hundFed of the beds licensed undeF ehapteF 237 befoFe January 1, 1989, and not moFe than sixty of the beds licensed undeF ehapteF 237 on oF afteF January 1, 1989.

&.- The department of human seFYiees shall not give appFO'ral to an application which would cause the total numbeF of beds licensed undeF this ehapteF afteF June 3Q, 199Q, which specialize in pFO'riding substance abuse tFeatment to ehildFen to eneeed seventy beds.