97th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB30Scharnhorst, Dwight HCS HB 305/16/2013 Executive Session Held (S)
  0201H.03P - Requires copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles charged for physical therapist services to be no greater than those charged for the same services provided by primary care physicians for an office visit
HB99White, Bill HB 994/10/2013 Voted Do Pass (H)
  0241H.01I - Requires a health carrier to provide Internet access of its standard fee schedules, prohibits a carrier from refusing to contract with any willing provider, and changes the requirements for provider referrals
HB177Koenig, Andrew HB 1773/13/2013 Voted Do Pass (H)
  0836L.01I - Establishes the Abortion-inducing Drugs Safety Act which places restrictions on abortion-inducing drugs
HB218Cox, Stanley HB 2184/22/2013 Hearing Cancelled (S)
  0812H.01P - Changes the laws regarding the sale and possession of controlled substances
HB315Rowland, Lyle SS HCS HB 3156/13/2013 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  1058S.04T - Changes the laws regarding health care services
HB347Engler, Kevin HB 3475/17/2013 Referred: Professional Registration and Licensing
  0942L.01I - Establishes the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Act
HB365Roorda, Jeff HB 3655/17/2013 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  0247L.01I - Changes the controlled substance classification of all methamphetamine precursor drugs from Schedule IV and Schedule V to Schedule III that requires a physician's prescription
HB378Kelley, Mike HB 3782/27/2013 Referred: Health Care Policy
  1222L.01I - Prohibits a licensed pharmacy from being required to carry or maintain in inventory any specific prescription or nonprescription drug or device
HB387Frederick, Keith HCS HB 3874/30/2013 Second read and referred: Senate Financial and Governmental Organizations and Elections
  1262H.03P - Changes the laws regarding the scope of practice for physician assistants
HB389Engler, Kevin HCS HB 3894/23/2013 Second read and referred: Senate Jobs, Economic Development, and Local Government
  0807H.03P - Authorizes a tax credit for qualified research expenses, limits the annual total credits to $10 million, limits the qualified research activities, and specifies how the credits are to be issued
HB400Riddle, Jeanie HB 4007/12/2013 Gov Took no Action, Sent to Sec of State/Article 3 Sec 31(H)
  0839L.01T - Establishes requirements for the administration of RU-486 or any other abortion-inducing drug or chemical
HB454Koenig, Andrew HB 4545/17/2013 Referred: Health Care Policy
  0687L.01I - Allows pharmacists to administer all vaccines after appropriate training on the contraindications and adverse reactions to each vaccine
HB518Newman, Stacey HB 5185/17/2013 Referred: Health Care Policy
  0883L.01I - Requires a pharmacy to fill a valid and lawful prescription for any federal Food and Drug Administration-approved drug or device to prevent pregnancy, including emergency contraceptives, without delay
HB592Roorda, Jeff HB 5925/17/2013 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  1481L.01I - Requires a person who has reasonable cause to believe that the conduct of a pharmacist or health care professional is illegal and could cause serious injury to make a report to specified authorities
HB593Solon, Sheila HCS HBs 593 & 6955/13/2013 Placed on Informal Calendar
  1605H.04P - Prohibits a health benefit plan from requiring a higher out-of-pocket cost for an oral anti-cancer medication than for an intravenously-administered cancer medication
HB685Burlison, Eric HCS HB 6855/2/2013 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
  1731H.06C - Allows pharmacists to dispense emergency medication without prior authorization from the prescriber
HB889Newman, Stacey HB 8895/17/2013 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
  1374L.01I - Changes the laws regarding sex education in schools and establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies Act, the Birth Control Protection Act, and a women's health services program
HB992Schatz, Dave HB 9924/23/2013 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  2226H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the sale and possession of controlled substances
SB111Emery, Ed SB 1111/9/2013 Read First Time (S)
  0500S.02I - Prohibits any requirement that pharmacies carry a specific drug or device
SB126Morris, Lynn SCS SB 1265/7/2013 Truly Agreed To and Finally Passed
  0489S.03T - Prohibits any requirement that pharmacies carry a specific drug or device
SB146Schaaf, Rob SB 1461/16/2013 Introduced and First Read (S)
  0976S.01I - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
SB233Sater, David SB 2331/29/2013 Introduced and First Read (S)
  0532S.01I - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
SB306Elmer, Kevin SB 3065/16/2013 Approved by Governor (G)
  1540S.01T - Allows the Board of Pharmacy to test the drugs possessed by licensees
SB369LeVota, Paul SB 3692/25/2013 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1791S.02I - Requires reporting and creates crimes related to counterfeit, fake, diluted, or black market drugs