General Assembly: 74 (1992 Regular GA) - Chapter 1125 - Professional licensing boards — disciplinary hearings


Published: 1992-04-23

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CH. 1124 LA WS OF THE SEVENTY -FOURTH G.A., 1992 SESSION 166

at a rate approved by the judge who appointed the associate juvenile judge or referee. The compensation shall be paid from funds to be appropriated to the office of county attorney by the board.

Sec. 4. Section 602.7103, Code 1991, is amended to read as follows: 602.7103 REFEREE ASSOCIATE JUVENILE JUDGE - PROCEDURE. 1. The chief judge may appoint and may remove for cause with due process ft jHvenile e6l:H't

referee an associate juvenile judge. The referee associate juvenile judge shall be an attorney admitted to practice law in this state, and shall be qualified for duties by training and experience.

2. The referee associate juvenile judge shall have the same jurisdiction to conduct juvenile court proceedings and to issue orders, findings, and decisions as the judge of the juvenile court, except that the referee associate juvenile judge shall not issue warrants. However, the appoint- ing judge may limit the referee's exercise of juvenile court jurisdiction by the associate juvenile judge.

3. The parties to a termination of parental rights proceeding heard by the referee an associate juvenile judge are entitled to ft review by the judge sf the jHvenile e6l:H't af appeal the referee's order, finding, or decision of an associate juvenile judge, if the review is reqHested withlft ten days aftep the eBtFy sf the referee's 6FdeF, finding, 61' deeisisn!.!! the manner of an appeal from orders, findings, or decisions of district court judges. The parties to any other proceeding heard by an associate juvenile judge are entitled to appeal the order, finding, or decision <>! an associate juvenile judge, to the district court. A reqHest fep. review An appeal does not automatically stay the referee's order, finding, or decision of an associate juvenile judge. 'l'fle Fe¥iew- is 6ft the ree6I'd 6Bly-.

Approved April 23, 1992

CHAPTER 1125 PROFESSIONAL LICENSING BOARDS - DISCIPLINARY HEARINGS

S.F.2148

AN ACT relating to the cost of disciplinary hearings conducted by professional licensing boards, and providing an effective date.

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

Section 1. Section 258A.6, Code 1991, is amended by adding the following new subsection: NEW SUBSECTION. 6. A board created pursuant to chapter 114, 116, 117, 117B, 118, 118A,

135E, 147, 154A, or 169 may charge a fee not to exceed seventy-five dollars for conducting a disciplinary hearing pursuant to this chapter which results in disciplinary action taken against the licensee by the board, and in addition to the fee, may recover from a licensee the costs for the following procedures and associated personnel:

a. Transcript. b. Witness fees and expenses. c. Depositions. d. Medical examination fees incurred relating to a person licensed under chapter 135E, 147,

154A, or 169. The department of agriculture and land stewardship, the department of commerce, and the

Iowa department of public health shall each adopt rules pursuant to chapter 17 A which pro- vide for the allocation of fees and costs collected pursuant to this section to the board under

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its jurisdiction collecting the fees and costs. The fees and costs shall be considered repayment receipts as defined in section 8.2.

Sec. 2. This Act, being deemed of immediate importance, takes effect upon enactment.

Approved April 23, 1992

CHAPTER 1126 TREASURER OF STATE - ACCEPTANCE OF CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS

S.F.2198

AN ACT relating to authorization of state departments' acceptance of payments by credit card.

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

Section 1. Section 12.21, Code 1991, is amended to read as follows: 12.21 ACCEPTING CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS. The treasurer of state may enter into an agreement with a financial institution to provide

credit card receipt processing for state departments which are authorized by the treasurer of state to accept payment by credit card. A department which accepts credit card payments may shall adjust its fees to reflect the cost of processing as determined by the treasurer of state. A fee may be charged by a department for using the credit card payment method not- withstanding any other provision of the Code setting specific fees. The treasurer of state shall adopt rules to implement this section.

Approved April 23, 1992

CHAPTER 1127 NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS - VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

S.F.2236

AN ACT to exempt nonpublic schools from the regular vocational education standards for grades seven through twelve.

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

Section 1. Section 256.11, subsection 4, Code Supplement 1991, is amended to read as follows: 4. The following shall be taught in grades seven and eight: English-language arts; social

studies; mathematics; science; health; human growth and development, family, consumer, career, and technology education; physical education; music; and visual art. The health curriculum shall include the characteristics of sexually transmitted diseases and acquired immune defi- ciency syndrome. The state board as part of accreditation standards shall adopt curriculum definitions for implementing the program in grades seven and eight. However, this subsec- tion shall not ~ to the teaching Q! family, consumer, career, and technology education are Bet- pelJl:lwea to be iaI:Ight- in nonpublic schools whieh 00 Bet- effep- veeatieaal eal:leatiea flpegTams.

Sec. 2. Section 256.11, subsection 5, paragraph h, unnumbered paragraph 1, Code Supple- ment 1991, is amended to read as follows: