OPA: Bill Tracking Report

Bill Tracking Report




Updated Friday, April 11, 2014


All committees have finished their preliminary work and now will deal with bills referred from the House or Senate.  The committees have about one week to deal with any floor referrals--if they don't act by the deadline the bill will fail.



AGING COMMITTEEE (860-240-0090, JF deadline March 13)

SB 329 AN ACT CONCERNING LONG-TERM CARE.

04/09 Referred by Senate to Aging Committee


APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE (860-240-0390, JF deadline April 3)

SB 394 AN ACT CONCERNING REQUIREMENTS FOR INSURERS' USE OF STEP THERAPY.

04/09 Referred by Senate to Appropriations Committee


SB 408 AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH OPTIONS FOR ADULT MEDICAID RECIPIENTS.

04/09 Referred by Senate to Appropriations Committee


HB 5290 AN ACT REVISING MOTOR VEHICLE LAWS.

04/08 Referred by Senate to Appropriations Committee


HB 5350 AN ACT CONCERNING AN ASSISTANT TO THE LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDSMAN.

04/04 Referred by House to Appropriations Committee


 BANKS COMMITTEE (860-240-0410, JF deadline March 20)

None


CHILDREN’S COMMITTEE (860-240-0370, JF deadline March 13)

None


COMMERCE COMMITTEE (860-240-0380, JF deadline March 25)

None


EDUCATION COMMITTEE (860-240-0420, JF deadline March 26)


SB 46 AN ACT CONCERNING PESTICIDES ON SCHOOL GROUNDS.

04/08 Referred by Senate to Education Committee


SB 106 AN ACT CONCERNING IMPROVING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH EDUCATION AND ENSURING SAFE SCHOOL CLIMATES.

04/09 Referred by Senate to Education Committee


ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE (860-240-0430, JF deadline March 27)

None


ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE (860-240-0440, JF deadline March 24)

None


EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE (860-240-0450)

None


FINANCE, REVENUE & BONDING COMMITTEE (860-240-0460, JF deadline April 4)

HB 5395 AN ACT CONCERNING AGING IN PLACE.

04/08 Referred by House to Finance, Revenue and Bonding


HB 5477 AN ACT CONCERNING A STATE-WIDE PLATFORM FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRONIC BOOKS.

04/08 Referred by House to Finance, Revenue, and Bonding


GENERAL LAW COMMITTEE (860-240-0470, JF deadline March 18)

None


GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS COMMITTEE (860-240-0480, JF deadline March 28)

None


HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT (860-240-0280, JF deadline March 18)

None


HOUSING COMMITTTEE (860-240-0340, JF deadline March 13)

None


HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE (860-240-0490, JF deadline March 25)

None


INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE COMMITTEE (860-240-0510, JF deadline March 20)

None


JUDICIARY COMMITTEE (860-240-0530, JF deadline April 2)

SB 43 AN ACT CONCERNING REVISIONS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES STATUTES.

04/09 Referred by Senate to Judiciary Committee


SB 336 AN ACT CONCERNING THE PENALTY FOR CAUSING HARM TO A VULNERABLE USER OF A PUBLIC WAY. 

04/09 Referred by Senate to Judiciary Committee


LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES COMMITTEE (860-240-0540, JF deadline March 20)

None


LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (860-240-0100, JF deadline March 17)

None


PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (860-240-0550, JF deadline March 26)

None


PROGRAM REVIEW AND INVESTIGATIONS COMMITTEE (860-240-0300, JF deadline March 14)

None


PUBLIC HEALTH COMMITTEE (860-240-0560, JF deadline March 28)

None


PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY COMMITTEE (860-240-0570, JF deadline March 18)

None


TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE (860-240-0590, JF deadline March 19)

SB 108 AN ACT CONCERNING REGISTRATION AND USE OF CERTAIN LOW-SPEED NEIGHBORHOOD VEHICLES.


04/09 Referred by Senate to Transportation Committee

VETERANS’ AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (860-240-8467, JF deadline March 13)

None


BILLS BEFORE THE SENATE

SB 5 AN ACT CONCERNING HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR PEDIATRIC AUTOIMMUNE NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISORDER ASSOCIATED WITH STRETOCOCCAL INFECTIONS.


SB 21 AN ACT IMPLEMENTING THE BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE GOVERNOR CONCERNING GENERAL GOVERNMENT. Section 4 addresses training for police officers on “handling incidents involving an individual affected with a serious mental illness.”

SB 25 AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE OFFICE OF EARLY CHILDHOOD.


SB 26 AN ACT EXPANDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.

SB 54 AN ACT CONCERNING COLLABORATION BETWEEN BOARDS OF EDUCATION AND LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL.


SB 56 AN ACT CONCERNING SEVERE MENTAL OR EMOTIONAL IMPAIRMENT AND WORKERS' COMPENSATION COVERAGE.

SB 126 AN ACT CONCERNING CHILDREN'S EXPOSURE TO CHEMICALS.


SB 154 AN ACT CONCERNING PROBATE COURT OPERATIONS.

SB 174 AN ACT CONCERNING FAIRNESS IN MEDICAID ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATIONS FOR HOME-CARE CLIENTS.


SB 224 AN ACT CONCERNING RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SCHOOL NURSE ADVISORY COUNCIL.

SB 246 AN ACT CONCERNING THE PROTECTION OF STATE AND MUNICIPAL ESSENTIAL RECORDS AND THE PRESERVATION OF ELECTRONIC RECORDS.


SB 322 AN ACT CONNECTING THE PUBLIC TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES.

SB 325 AN ACT CONCERNING MEDICAID RECIPIENTS WITH COMPLEX MEDICAL NEEDS.


SB 410 AN ACT CONCERNING ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS CONDUCTED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES.

SB 413 AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH'S RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING MEDICAL ORDERS FOR LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENT.


SB 417 AN ACT CONCERNING THE PROVISION OF PSYCHIATRIC AND SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENT SERVICES.

HB 5259 AN ACT CONCERNING THE USE OF DEBIT CARDS FOR GASOLINE PURCHASES AND NOTIFICATION TO HANDICAPPED DRIVERS OF SELF-SERVICE PUMP REFUELING SERVICES.

04/10 House Passed


HB 5441 AN ACT CONCERNING DIRECT PAYMENT OF RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES.

04/09 House Passed



BILLS BEFORE THE HOUSE


HB 5030 AN ACT MAKING ADJUSTMENTS TO STATE EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2015. This is the state budget for the year that runs July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015.

HB 5034 AN ACT MAKING DEFICIENCY APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2014. This is the deficiency bill for the current state budget year that ends June 30, 2014.


HB 5039 AN ACT CONCERNING ANIMAL-ASSISTED SERVICES.

HB 5043 AN ACT IMPLEMENTING THE BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE GOVERNOR CONCERNING EDUCATION.


HB 5049 AN ACT ELIMINATING UNNECESSARY GOVERNMENT REGULATION.

HB 5052 AN ACT IMPLEMENTING THE GOVERNOR'S BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAMS.


HB 5113 AN ACT CONCERNING YOUTH ATHLETICS AND CONCUSSIONS.

HB 5124 AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRESERVATION OF HISTORICAL RECORDS AND ACCESS TO RESTRICTED RECORDS IN THE STATE ARCHIVES.


HB 5133 AN ACT CONCERNING THE LOCATION OF FUNDING SOURCES FOR THE HEALTHY HOMES INITIATIVE.

HB 5147 AN ACT CONCERNING NEWBORN SCREENING FOR GLOBOID CELL LEUKODYSTROPHY AND CYTOMEGALOVIRUS AND ESTABLISHING A PUBLIC EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR CYTOMEGALOVIRUS.


HB 5321 AN ACT CONCERING INTERPRETER QUALIFICATIONS.

HB 5328 AN ACT CONCERNING ADVISORY AND PLANNING COUNCILS FOR STATE DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES REGIONS, A CHANGE IN TERMINOLOGY AND THE AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER ADVISORY COUNCIL.


HB 5355 AN ACT CONCERNING COLLABORATION BETWEEN BOARDS OF EDUCATION AND SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS.

HB 5367 AN ACT CONCERNING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ENHANCED PROTECTIONS AGAINST DISCRIMINATION. Current state law prohibits discrimination based on blindness or physical disability.  This bill would prohibit discrimination based on “mental disability”.


HB 5386 AN ACT CONCERNING CARE COORDINATION FOR CHRONIC DISEASE.

HB 5456 AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES ABUSE AND NEGLECT REGISTRY.


HB 5480 AN ACT CONCERNING REGISTRARS OF VOTERS, THE AUTHORITY OF THE SECRETARY OF THE STATE AND THE STATE ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION, AND THE POSTING OF REQUIREMENTS FOR VOTER IDENTIFICATION.

HB 5492 AN ACT CONCERNING A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FOR THE USE OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT FOR CONDUCTING AUDITS.


HB 5521 AN ACT CONCERNING THE STORAGE AND ADMINISTRATION OF EPINEPHRINE AT PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

HB 5529 AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEFINITIONS OF MEDICAL NECESSITY.


HB 5533 AN ACT CONCERNING WORKERS' COMPENSATION COVERAGE FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES WITH POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER.

HB 5534 AN ACT CONCERNING THE PROVISION OF SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY.


HB 5564 AN ACT CONCERNING SCHOOL SAFETY.

HB 5567 AN ACT CONCERNING A DEFINITION OF AND GUIDELINES FOR ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL PROGRAMS.


HB 5578 AN ACT CONCERNING THE HEALTH INSURANCE GRIEVANCE PROCESS FOR ADVERSE DETERMINATIONS.





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