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There are 92 Bills pending in House Health and Human Resources




SB 120Requiring certain students provide dental exam proof02/26/10
SB 373Creating Caregivers Consent Act03/04/10
HB 2019Prohibiting employees at restaurants from handling drinking vessels by touching on or near the vessel's brim01/13/10
HB 2028Providing that when any body part of an unborn child is outside the womb, the child is born, and is considered a citizen of the state01/13/10
HB 2029Ensuring that medical workers have the right to refuse to participate in any abortion-related activity01/13/10
HB 2034Relating to the eliminating of mercury in vaccines01/13/10
HB 2035Requiring a woman, prior to an abortion, to have a pregnancy test administered at the facility where the abortion is to be performed01/13/10
HB 2039Establishing the Consent to Health Care of Minors Act01/13/10
HB 2053Prohibiting pharmacists and other persons involved in dispensing medicines from refusing to fill prescriptions01/13/10
HB 2054Providing a mechanism whereby unused, unexpired nonnarcotic drugs previously owned by a deceased nursing home patient or resident may be donated to free health care clinics in the state01/13/10
HB 2055Requiring nursing homes to publicly post staffing information and granting rights to family councils01/13/10
HB 2057Requiring the department of health and human resources to enforce specific abortion clinic regulations01/13/10
HB 2058No State-Funded Transportation for Abortion Act01/13/10
HB 2065Relating to issuing a certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth01/13/10
HB 2100Relating to treatment for drug and alcohol addiction01/13/10
HB 2111Expanding the West Virginia Children's Health Insurance Program to children of certain state employees01/13/10
HB 2146Requiring abortion facilities to have certain written policies and procedures01/13/10
HB 2237Establishing the crime of partial birth infanticide01/13/10
HB 2238Providing rape victims with reliable emergency information regarding pregnancy and abortion, and providing those victims with emergency contraception if they desire01/13/10
HB 2248Requiring employers to pay nurses at their regular rate of pay for all the time they are on-call on the employer's premises01/13/10
HB 2255Relating to the "Mandated Benefits Review Act"01/13/10
HB 2257Prohibiting family planning centers that receive state funding from discussing abortion01/13/10
HB 2263Requiring medical practitioners who perform abortions to estimate the gestational age of the fetus by using ultrasound01/13/10
HB 2278Requiring that abortions be performed in hospitals or by physicians with admitting privileges to a hospital within the local service area01/13/10
HB 2302Prohibiting the performance of any abortion when the woman seeking it is doing so solely on account of the gender of the fetus01/13/10
HB 2303Allowing pharmacists and other individuals involved in dispensing medicines to refuse to fill prescriptions or dispense any substance that can be used as part of an abortion-related procedure01/13/10
HB 2313Requiring that every woman seeking an abortion be given the opportunity to see an ultrasound image of the fetus01/13/10
HB 2364Providing standards for hospitals' charity care programs and bad debt collection programs01/13/10
HB 2374Requiring any faith-based facility that counsels women regarding contraception, abortion or pregnancy to maintain a quality assurance program01/13/10
HB 2377Providing for the adequate staffing of nursing homes and training of nursing home staff01/13/10
HB 2431Emergency Contraception Education Act01/13/10
HB 2455Relating to parental notification requirements for obtaining abortions by unemancipated minors01/13/10
HB 2516Prohibiting a business or organization from performing abortions in a public facility01/13/10
HB 2518Expanding West Virginia Children's Health Insurance Program to children of employees whose annual income is twenty-five thousand dollars or less01/13/10
HB 2520Reporting requirements when it is suspected that a woman suffered injury or death due to induced abortion01/13/10
HB 2543Prohibiting abortions at state college or university medical facilities, except when the abortion is necessary to save the life of the woman receiving the abortion01/13/10
HB 2574Prohibiting certain nursing homes from using state funds for activities unrelated to the provision of health care services01/13/10
HB 2583Requiring health care providers to release unemancipated minor's medical records for drug testing to a parent or legal guardian without written consent from minor01/13/10
HB 2611Making it illegal to transport a minor across state lines to obtain an abortion without written consent by both parents01/13/10
HB 2614Prohibiting school employees from promoting abortion01/13/10
HB 2644Relating to prohibiting the establishment of new methadone treatment programs01/13/10
HB 2646Defining the term "Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plan" in the public employees insurance act01/13/10
HB 2647Prohibiting the establishment of methadone treatment programs and clinics except those operated by comprehensive community mental health centers01/13/10
HB 2648Protecting the privacy of a person's prescription information01/13/10
HB 2679Providing a tax credit to medical providers in an amount equal to their investment in electronic medical record technology01/13/10
HB 2706Relating to exempting physicians from obtaining Medicaid preauthorization for certain medical conditions01/13/10
HB 2717Requiring physicians performing abortions take steps designed to save the life of any aborted live fetus01/13/10
HB 2720Genetic Information Privacy Act01/13/10
HB 2746Raising the excise tax on cigarettes and all other tobacco products01/13/10
HB 2780Emergency Credentialing for Health Care Providers Act01/13/10
HB 2797Prohibiting state funding of abortions01/13/10
HB 2847Prohibiting the use of the body of a fetus for certain purposes01/13/10
HB 2848Requiring development of a program for payment of personal needs funds to Medicaid recipients in nursing homes01/13/10
HB 2978Relating to the practice of optometry01/13/10
HB 2979Adopting guidelines to permit pharmacists to prescribe medications01/13/10
HB 3021Medication Administration by Certified Medicine Aides Act01/13/10
HB 3060Prohibiting the establishment of new methadone treatment programs and clinics except for programs operated as community health centers and requiring all community health center methadone programs to monitor patient's pharmacy registry01/13/10
HB 3069Providing medical and nonmedical exemptions from mandatory immunizations for school children01/13/10
HB 3088Allowing parents or the school to serve sweets during the holidays if the school receives parental or guardian consent01/13/10
HB 3126Requiring the DHHR to annually review and adjust rates it pays to care providers01/13/10
HB 3159Prohibiting moneys from any state fund or funding source to be expended for any abortion unless the abortion qualifies for federal funding under Medicaid01/13/10
HB 3162Prohibiting coverage for abortions under insurance plans provided under the Public Employees Insurance Act01/13/10
HB 3165Repealing article of the code granting a business license to sell drug paraphernalia01/13/10
HB 3238Requiring brand pharmaceuticals manufacturers and pharmacies to allow patients to return unused prescriptions and over-the-counter medicines for safe disposal01/13/10
HB 3247Requiring any person licensed to prescribe drugs to check with the State Board of Pharmacy before initially prescribing certain drugs to a new patient to determine if said patient is engaging in doctor shopping01/13/10
HB 4024Broadening the circumstances and types of prescriptions a physician assistant may issue01/13/10
HB 4221Permitting a person who has practiced nuclear medicine technology for a certain time to be eligible for licensure01/28/10
HB 4243Pharmacy Benefit Manager Licensing and Regulation Act01/29/10
HB 4269Restricting the sale of drug paraphernalia to licensed pharmacies02/02/10
HB 4302Ensuring Patient Safety Act02/02/10
HB 4411Relating to the care of aborted fetuses02/09/10
HB 4426Ending the requirement that health facilities acquire a certificate of need to open02/10/10
HB 4434Expanding prescriptive authority of advanced nurse practitioners02/10/10
HB 4462Allowing a modification reducing federal adjusted gross when medical expenses exceed $2,000 a year02/12/10
HB 4488Prohibiting cloning human embryos in state medical schools, colleges or universities02/12/10
HB 4517Requiring that a person who is undergoing an abortion be offered the opportunity to view available ultrasound images of the fetus02/16/10
HB 4520Prohibiting healthcare providers from discriminating against or refusing treatment of a patient02/17/10
HB 4528Requiring the Blanchette Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute to develop a plan regarding neurodegenerative diseases02/18/10
HB 4533Relating to powers and duties of the State Board of Medicine02/18/10
HB 4551Prohibiting state funding of abortions02/18/10
HB 4555Permitting persons with schizophrenic "reality disorder" two opportunities to sign a durable power of attorney02/18/10
HB 4562Encouraging and assisting persons diagnosed with schizophrenic reality disorder in designating a durable medical power of attorney02/18/10
HB 4569Reviewing the rates of all stand alone rehabilitation hospitals and developing and implementing a rate methodology02/19/10
HB 4571Abortion Complication Reporting Act02/19/10
HB 4572Utilization of Unused Prescription Medications Act02/19/10
HB 4607Establishing the Oral Health Pilot Program in the Mid-Ohio Valley Region02/22/10
HB 4610Establishing a funding source and programs for persons with traumatic brain injury02/22/10
HB 4613Permitting unlicensed personnel to administer medications in certain circumstances02/22/10
HB 4633Permitting a medical services provider under certain circumstances to inspect certain confidential information concerning controlled substances02/22/10
HB 4640Initiating the Healthy Lifestyles Restaurant Calorie Posting Program02/22/10
HB 4649Relating to health care forms and data02/22/10
HB 4654Limiting storage of methyl isocyanate02/22/10
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