General Assembly: 76 (1996 Regular GA) - Chapter 1022 - Natural resource commission — removal of political activity ban


Published: 1996-03-29

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41 LAWS OF THE SEVENTY-SIXTH GA., 1996 SESSION CH, 1023

Sec. 3. Section 12C.6A, subsection 4, paragraphs d and g, Code 1995, are amended to read as follows:

d. Practices intended to discourage application for tyfIes af eFeElit set farth in the Cam munity Reinvestment Aet statement home mortgages. small business loans. small farm loans. community development loans. and. if consumer lending constitutes a substantial majority of a financial institution's business. consumer loans.

g. Participation in local community and rural development and redevelopment projects, and in state and federal business and economic development programs. The eammittee may speeify by FHle vlhieh pFagmms must be iBeluded in the annual statement.

Approved March 29, 1996

CHAPTER 1022 NATURAL RESOURCE COMMISSION - REMOVAL OF POUTICAL ACTIVITY BAN

S.F.2278

AN ACT repealing the prohibition on political activity by a member, officer, or employee of the natural resource commission.

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

Section 1. REPEAL. Section 456A22, Code 1995, is repealed.

Approved March 29, 1996

CHAPTER 1023 HIV-RELATED TESTS

H.F.2107

AN ACT relating to the requirements regarding human immunodeficiency virus-related tests and making existing remedies applicable.

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

Section 1. Section 141.22, subsection 5, Code 1995, is amended by adding the follow- ing new paragraph:

NEW PARAGRAPH. d. The performance by a health care provider or health facility of an HIV-related test when the subject of the test is deceased, a significant exposure as defined pursuant to section 141.22A, has occurred, and written consent is obtained from any of the following persons, in order of priority stated, if persons in prior classes are not available:

(1) The person designated as the attorney in fact of the deceased person pursuant to chapter 144B, who was acting as attorney in fact at the time of the deceased person's death.

(2) The legal guardian of the deceased person at the time of the deceased person's death.