S.SB.3062. A bill for an act relating to criminal acts committed on or against critical infrastructure property and providing penalties.

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Summary

                    This bill creates the crime of critical infrastructure sabotage.

The bill defines critical infrastructure property as property and public utility property, both as defined in Code section 716.7, that is considered critical infrastructure. The bill defines critical infrastructure to include electrical critical infrastructure, gas, oil, refined petroleum products, or chemical critical infrastructure, telecommunications or broadband critical infrastructure, wastewater critical infrastructure, and water supply critical infrastructure. The bill additionally defines critical infrastructure sabotage to mean any unauthorized act that is intended to or does in fact cause a substantial interruption or impairment of service rendered to the public relating to critical infrastructure property. The bill provides that a person who commits critical infrastructure sabotage commits a class “B” felony, punishable by confinement for no more than 25 years. The bill also subjects a person who commits critical infrastructure sabotage to a fine of $100,000.
                
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                    The inclusion of this explanation does not constitute agreement with the explanation’s substance by the members of the general assembly.

An Act relating to criminal acts committed on or against critical infrastructure property and providing penalties.  BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA:

Section 1. NEW SECTION. 716.11 Critical infrastructure sabotage —— definitions.

Solely for purposes of this section and section 716.12, unless the context otherwise requires:

1. “Criticalinfrastructure”meansanyofthefollowing:

 a. Electrical critical infrastructure, including any plant, maintenance facility, parts warehouse, yard, substation, transmission or delivery line, tower or pole with transmission or delivery lines affixed, transformer, or any implement that is used to generate, store, control, monitor, transmit or deliver electrical service. Electrical critical infrastructure also includes any supervisory control and data acquisition system, or other electronic or computer instrument, that infrastructure.

b. Gas, oil, refined petroleum products, or chemical critical infrastructure, including any gas or chemical-producing well, compressor station, processing plant, storage and distribution facility, storage tank, chemical truck or rail car, loading and unloading area, chemical container may control or monitor any component of electrical critical storage, substation, pump station, metering station, valve, regulator or meter, or transmission or distribution main, line, or pipeline, that is used to generate, store, control, monitor, transmit or deliver gas, chemicals, oil, petroleum, refined product, fertilizer, or renewable fuel. Gas, oil, refined petroleum products, or chemical critical infrastructure also includes any physical, electronic, or computer implement that may control or monitor any component of gas, oil, refined petroleum products, and chemical critical infrastructure.

c. Telecommunications or broadband critical infrastructure, including any structure, pedestal, x-box, cross-box, manhole, handhold, splice point, antenna, cable, server, router, modem, coupler, or any other property, that is used for the purpose of reception or transmission of telecommunications or radio or broadband signals. Telecommunications or broadband critical infrastructure also includes any other physical, electronic, or computer implement that may control or monitor any component of telecommunications or broadband critical infrastructure.

d. Wastewater critical infrastructure, including any lateral service line, collection line, manhole, trunk line, storage tank, chemical storage, methane storage, laboratory, pump station, or treatment plant. Wastewater critical infrastructure also includes any physical, electronic, or computer implement that may control or monitor any component of wastewater critical infrastructure.

e. Water supply critical infrastructure, including any public or private water supply system and all component facilities thereof, body of water or aquifer used as a source of water supply, water supply intake facilities, water supply treatment facilities, treated water storage facilities, or water supply distribution facilities. Water supply critical infrastructure also includes any raw water intakes, wells, pump stations, holding tanks, water towers, aquifer storage and recovery systems, water mains, control valves, hydrants, curb boxes, meter vaults, meters, distribution service lines, treatment, filtration, or chlorination implements, or any physical, electronic, or computer implement that may control or monitor any component of a water supply system.

2. “Criticalinfrastructureproperty”meanspropertyand public utility property, both as defined in section 716.7, that is considered critical infrastructure.

3. “Criticalinfrastructuresabotage”meansanyunauthorized act that is intended to or does in fact cause a substantial interruption or impairment of service rendered to the public relating to critical infrastructure property.

Sec. 2. NEW SECTION. 716.12 Critical infrastructure  sabotage —— penalties.

A person committing critical infrastructure sabotage commits a class “B” felony, and in addition to the provisions of section 902.9, subsection 1, paragraph “b”, shall be punished by a fine of one hundred thousand dollars.
                

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Actions

  • Signed by Governor.

    Tue, Apr 17th 2018
  • Reported correctly enrolled, signed by President and Speaker, and sent to Governor.

    Mon, Apr 16th 2018
  • Message from Senate.

    Tue, Apr 3rd 2018
  • Senate concurred with S-5198.

    Tue, Apr 3rd 2018
  • Amendment S-5212 filed, lost.

    Tue, Apr 3rd 2018
  • Amendment S-5213 filed, withdrawn.

    Tue, Apr 3rd 2018
  • Deferred.

    Tue, Apr 3rd 2018
  • Passed Senate, ayes 35, nays 13.

    Tue, Apr 3rd 2018
  • Immediate message.

    Tue, Apr 3rd 2018
  • Message from House, with amendment S-5198.

    Wed, Mar 28th 2018
  • Withdrawn.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • SF 2235 substituted.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Amendments H-8254, H-8255 and H-8256 out of order.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Amendment H-8328, to H-8320 filed.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Amendment H-8054 withdrawn.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Immediate message.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Passed House, ayes 69, nays 31.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Amendments H-8108, H-8189, H-8190 and H-8191 out of order.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Amendment H-8320 adopted.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Amendment H-8328, to H-8320 lost.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Amendment H-8327, to H-8320 filed, lost.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Amendment H-8326, to H-8320 filed, lost.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Substituted for HF 2394.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Amendment H-8089 adopted.

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Amendment H-8320 filed.

    Mon, Mar 26th 2018
  • Placed on calendar under unfinished business.

    Thu, Mar 15th 2018
  • Placed on calendar under unfinished business.

    Thu, Mar 15th 2018
  • Amendments H-8254, H-8255 and H-8256 filed.

    Mon, Mar 12th 2018
  • Amendments H-8189, H-8190 and H-8191 filed.

    Tue, Mar 6th 2018
  • Amendment H-8108 filed.

    Mon, Feb 26th 2018
  • Read first time, passed on file.

    Thu, Feb 22nd 2018
  • Message from Senate.

    Thu, Feb 22nd 2018
  • Amendment H-8089 filed.

    Thu, Feb 22nd 2018
  • Amendment S-5026 filed, lost.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Amendment S-5036 filed, lost.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Amendment S-5024 filed, lost.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Amendment S-5016 withdrawn.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Amendment S-5023 filed, withdrawn.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Amendment S-5021 filed, adopted.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Amendment S-5019 withdrawn.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Amendment S-5022 filed, withdrawn.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Immediate message.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Passed Senate, ayes 33, nays 16.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Amendment H-8054 filed.

    Tue, Feb 20th 2018
  • Amendments S-5016 and S-5019 filed.

    Tue, Feb 20th 2018
  • Fiscal note.

    Mon, Feb 19th 2018
  • Introduced, placed on calendar.

    Fri, Feb 16th 2018
  • Committee report, approving bill.

    Mon, Feb 12th 2018
  • Introduced, placed on calendar.

    Mon, Feb 12th 2018
  • Subcommittee recommends amendment and passage.

    Thu, Jan 25th 2018
  • Subcommittee Meeting: 01/25/2018 12:30PM RM 315

    Tue, Jan 23rd 2018
  • Subcommittee: Shipley, Schneider, and Taylor.

    Tue, Jan 23rd 2018