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Bill Status - 2013 Regular Session

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There are 23 Bills pending in Senate Health and Human Resources

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Date

SB 23Relating to use of epinephrine in emergency situations02/13/13
SB 29Providing tax incentive to dental practitioners servicing indigent patients02/13/13
SB 40Permitting expedited partner therapy02/13/13
SB 43Prohibiting abortion motivated by gender of fetus02/13/13
SB 48Requiring all available medical care of fetus following abortion02/13/13
SB 51Providing personal income tax credit for nursing faculty02/13/13
SB 64Prohibiting abortions at state college or university medical facilities; exception02/13/13
SB 148Creating Medication Therapy Management Act02/14/13
SB 162Reclassifying hydrocodone as Schedule II controlled substance 02/14/13
SB 166Establishing tax credit for certain physicians providing services in free health clinics 02/15/13
SB 180Reforming Medicaid subrogation statute02/15/13
SB 193Repealing code relating to sterilization of mentally incompetent persons02/18/13
SB 206Repealing code allowing sale of healthy beverages and soft drinks in schools02/19/13
SB 340Allowing schools to maintain epinephrine auto-injectors for use during anaphylactic reaction emergencies02/21/13
SB 352Relating to mandatory disclosure by mental health professionals of potential patient harm to another person02/22/13
SB 379Expanding prescriptive authority of advanced nurse practitioners and certified nurse-midwives02/27/13
SB 389Relating to alternative nicotine products02/27/13
SB 417Relating to drug testing of legislators and public assistance recipients03/04/13
SB 425Relating to mental health treatment alternatives03/04/13
SB 567Defining "no significant additional fiscal burden" in minimum criteria for certificate of need reviews03/19/13
SB 593Increasing excise tax on cigarettes and tobacco products03/21/13
HB 2237Requiring physicians and other licensed prescribers offer the drug Naloxone to their patients who are prescribed opiates for chronic pain03/27/13
HB 2778Defining alternative nicotine products and electronic cigarettes04/01/13
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