Tennessee - 2019 Legislation

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HB 1

SYNOPSIS: Authorizes sports betting in this state only in jurisdictions that approve sports betting by local option election; imposes a 10 percent tax on gaming revenue; distributes 40 percent of the tax to the general fund for general appropriations, 30 percent to Tennessee colleges of applied technologies and community colleges for equipment and capital projects, and 30 percent to local governments for education and infrastructure.

STATUS: Introduced 11/7 Referred to Government Operations for review, Assigned to Departments  Agencies subcommittee 1/22, Placed on s/c cal Departments & Agencies Subcommittee for 2/27, Placed on cal. State Committee for 3/12/2019, Action def. in State Committee to 3/19, Placed on cal. State Committee for 3/20, Placed on calendar in State Committee for 4/2, Recommended for passage, Rec. for pass. if am., ref. to Government Operations Committee, Placed on cal. Government Operations Committee for 4/16, Placed on regular calendar, Passed House as amended 58-37 4/24, Received in Senate and Passed on 1st consideration 4/25, Received from House and passed on  1st consideration 4/25, Senate substituted House Bill for companion Senate Bill 4/30, Passed Senate as amended 20-12, House concurred in Senate Amendments 2,3, & 4 51-40, Signed by H. Speaker 5/8,  Signed by Senate Speaker 5/13.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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HB 35

SYNOPSIS: Creates the Green Alert system within the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to assist in the identification and location of a missing veteran at risk.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/10, Referred to State committee ½, Referred to Department & Agencies Subcommittee 1/22, Taken off notice fo cal Department & Agencies Subcommittee of State committee. Sponsor added 2/12.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study Committee.

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HB 37

SYNOPSIS: As introduced, creates the state Alzheimer's disease and related dementia advisory council.

STATUS:Filed for introduction 1/11/19, Assigned to Public Health Subcommittee 1/22, sponsor added 2/14, Placed on s/c cal Public Health subcommittee for 3/6 ,Placed on cal. Health Committee for 3/12/2019, Rec. for pass. if am., ref. to Government Operations Committee, Placed on cal. Government Operations Committee for 3/18,  Rec. for pass. if am., ref. to Finance, Ways, and Means Committee 3/18,  Assigned to s/c Finance, Ways, and Means Subcommittee 3/19,  Placed on s/c cal Finance, Ways, Means Subcommittee for 3/20, Placed behind the budget 3/27, Placed on cal. Finance, Ways, and Means Committee for 4/24, Placed on cal. Calendar & Rules Committee for 4/29, Placed on Regular Calendar for 4/30, Senate Companion bill substituted 4/30.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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HB 53

SYNOPSIS: Requires the use of smoke alarms with sealed battery units enabling the alarm to operate continuously for 10 years in all new construction of one-family and two-family dwellings; recommends their use in all other new construction.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/17/19. Assigned to Business subcommittee 1/22. Withdrawn 2/6.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study Committee.

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HB 121

SYNOPSIS: Consumer Protection - As introduced, prohibits a person who regularly engages in or solicits consumer transactions involving the installation of used tires from installing an unsafe used tire on a motor vehicle; specifies that installing an unsafe used tired is a violation of the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act of 1977.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/24, Referred Consumer and Resource committee 1/30, Assigned to Consumer subcommittee 1/30, Placed on s/c cal Consumer Subcommittee for 3/2,  Action Def. in s/c First Calendar of 2020.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study Committee.

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HB 160

SYNOPSIS: Authorizes voting to occur at institutions designated for elderly or disabled persons that have a qualified staff who regularly assess residents and attest that the population consists of persons of which at least 35 percent are frail, as defined by federal law.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/28, Referred to Local Committee 1/31, Referred to Elections & Campaign Subcommittee 2/1. Placed on s/c cal Elections & Campaign Finance Subcommittee for 2/27.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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HB 199

SYNOPSIS: Clarifies that the definition of the practice of nursing does not prevent certain qualified nurses from making determinations that patients are experiencing emergency medical conditions if working in cooperation with a physician and in accordance with hospital protocol.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/29, Referred to Health Committee 1/31, Assigned to Facilities, Licensure & Regulations subcommittee, Placed on s/c cal Facilities Licensure subcommittee for 2/12,  Meeting canceled and rescheduled for 2/19, Sponsor added 2/14, Placed on cal. Health Committee for 2/26, Placed on regular calendar for 3/7, Substituted HB for SB 317 3/7. SB 317 signed by Governor 3/20, Companion became Pub Ch 12.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study Committee.

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HB 249

SYNOPSIS: Creates the elder abuse task force.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/29, Referred to Health Committee 1/31, Assigned to Public Heath Subcommittee 2/1, Placed on s/c cal Public Health Subcommittee for 2/13, Meeting canceled and rescheduled for 2/20, Placed on s/c cal Public Health Subcommittee for 2/27, Placed on cal. Calendar & Rules Committee for 3/7, Placed on Regular Calendar for 3/14. Passed H., as am., Ayes 98, Nays 0 3/14, Engrossed; ready for transmission to Senate, Received from House, Passed on First Consideration 3/18, Senate substituted House Bill for companion Senate Bill. 3/18, Passed Senate, Ayes 32, Nays 0 3/18, Enrolled; ready for sig. of H. Speaker. 3/20, Signed by H. Speaker 3/21. Signed by Senate Speaker 3/28, Signed by Governor 4/9.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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HB 256

SYNOPSIS: Prohibits the use of wireless telecommunications devices while operating a motor vehicle unless the vehicle is lawfully parked; authorizes use of earpiece, headphone device, or wrist device; authorizes law enforcement and emergency personnel to use wireless telecommunications devices in the actual discharge of their official duties.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/29, Referred to Transportation committee 1/31, Assigned to Safety & Funding Committee 2/1.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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HB 257

SYNOPSIS: Creates a Class D felony offense for any person who knowingly uses a communication or electronic device to obtain information from an elderly adult concerning the elderly adult's medical condition or health, sends unsolicited or specifically refused medical supplies to the elderly adult, and files a claim or submits a bill with the state Medicare plan for reimbursement.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/29, Criminal Justice Subcommittee 2/1, Placed on s/c cal Criminal Justice Subcommittee for 4/3, Placed on Judiciary calendar for 4/10, Rec. for pass; ref to Calendar & Rules Committee,  Placed on cal. Calendar & Rules Committee for 4/22, Passed 90-0, Received from House on 4/24 and Passed 1st consideration 4/30, Senate substituted House bill for Senate companion bill SB265, Passed Senate 30-0 4/30, House concurred in Senate amendment 95-0, Signed by House Speaker 5/8, Signed by Senate Speaker 5/13.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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HB 352

SYNOPSIS: Makes an unfair or deceptive act or practice certain legal advertisements for claims related to medical devices and pharmaceuticals, and the unauthorized use or distribution of protected health information; creates penalties for violations; authorizes attorney general to enforce the provisions of the act.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/30. P2C, ref. to Consumer and Human Resources Committee 2/4, Assigned to s/c Consumer Subcommittee 2/5. Companion SB 352 Substituted, SB 352 Passed Senate 28-2, Signed by Governor 4/9.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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HB 360

SYNOPSIS: Requires any person 75 years of age or older who applies for renewal of a driver license to pass a vision test unless the person submits a certified statement reporting the results of an examination by an ophthalmologist or optometrist and the need for any corrective lenses or diagnosed impaired night vision; authorizes persons with diagnosed impaired night vision to use night vision equipment without a driving-during-daytime-only restriction.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/30. P2C, ref. to Transportation Committee-- Government Operations for Review 2/5, Assigned to s/c Safety & Funding Subcommittee, 2/6, Withdrawn 2/6.

AmSA POSITION: Oppose.

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HB 646

SYNOPSIS: Creates real property tax freeze program for persons 65 years of age or older who have lived in their principal residence for 30 years or more when the assessed value of the property increases by 50 percent or more from an established baseline assessed value of the property.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/4. Assigned to s/c Property & Planning Subcommittee 2/11.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA Study Committee.

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HB 672

SYNOPSIS: Removes requirement for any home care organization and satellite emergency department to apply for and receive a certificate of need.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/5, Introduced 2/6. Assigned Facilities, Licensure & Regulations Subcommittee 2/11. Placed on s/c cal Facilities, Licensure, & Regulations Subcommittee for 4/2. Taken off notice for cal in s/c Facilities, Licensure, & Regulations Subcommittee of Health Committee 4/2.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA Study Committee.

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HB 887

SYNOPSIS: Enacts the "Prescription Drug Fair Pricing Act.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/5.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA Study Committee.

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HB 1245

SYNOPSIS: Increases from $10,000 to $25,000 the civil penalty amount per violation that the attorney general and reporter may bring in an action against a person who commits the offense of caller identification spoofing; clarifies that each call received by a subscriber wherein the caller identification information is misleading or inaccurate constitutes a separate violation for purposes of imposing the civil penalty.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/6, Referred to Consumer & Human Resources Committee 2/11, Assigned to s/c Consumer Subcommittee, Placed on s/c cal Consumer Subcommittee for 3/13,  Rec. for passage if am., ref. to Calendar & Rules Committee. Received from House & passed on first consideration 4/4, Senate substituted HB for Senate companion bill, Passed Senate 33-0 4/8, Signed by House Speaker 4/10. Signed by House Speaker 4/10, Signed by Senate Speaker, Signed by Governor 4/23.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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HB 1317

SYNOPSIS: Authorizes an existing licensed nursing home to relocate beds in certain circumstances.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/6,Referred to Health Committee 2/11, Assigned to s/c Facilities, Licensure & Regulations Subcommittee 2/13, Placed on s/c cal Facilities, Licensure, & Regulations Subcommittee for 4/2,  Placed on cal. Health Committee for 4/9,Rec. for pass; ref to Finance, Ways, and Means Committee, Placed on s/c cal Finance, Ways, and Means Subcommittee for 4/17,  Placed on Regular Calendar for 4/22, Passed Senate 31- 0, Signed by Speaker on 4/24, Signed by Senate Speaker 4/25, Transmitted to Governor, Signed by Governor 5/8.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA Study Committee.

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HB 1350

SYNOPSIS: Requires the executive director of the board of nursing to report concerning workforce needs for nurses in healthcare institutions and facilities in this state and the need for any beneficial changes to the educational training of nurses in order to meet those needs to the health committee of the house of representatives and the health and welfare committee of the senate on or before January 15, 2020.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/6. Referred to Health Committee 2/11, Assigned to s/c Facilities, Licensure & Regulations Subcommittee 2/13. Placed on s/c cal Facilities, Licensure, & Regulations Subcommittee for 4/2. Placed on cal. Health Committee for 4/9, Rec. for pass. if am., ref. to Calendar & Rules Committee. Passed House 93-1 4/18, Received in Senate 4/22. Substituted HB for companion SB and passed 29-0, Signed by House Speaker 4/24, Signed by Senate Speaker 4/25, Transmitted to Governor 4/29. Signed by Governor 5/8.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA Study Committee.

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HB 1465

SYNOPSIS: Enacts the "Veterans Property Tax Relief Act of 2019"; requires that market value cap for real property eligible for disabled veteran property tax relief be adjusted every two years to reflect percentage change in consumer price index.

STATUS: Filed for introduction, Assigned to s/c Property & Planning Subcommittee 2/13, Placed on s/c calendar property & Planning Subcommittee for 3/6, Placed on s/c cal Property & Planning Subcommittee for 3/13.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA Study Committee.

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HB 1491

SYNOPSIS: Makes it a requirement, instead of optional, that the department of human services publish an annual report and interim reports regarding its administration responsibilities under the Old-Age Assistance Law. .

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/6. P2C, caption bill, Held on desk pending amendment.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA Study Committee.

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SB 1

SYNOPSIS: Creates the Green Alert system within the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to assist in the identification and location of a missing veteran at risk.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 11/7, Passed on 2nd consideration & held for committee assignments 1/9, Referred to Judiciary committee 1/18, Placed on Senate Judiciary Committee calendar for 3/26. Action deferred in Senate Judiciary Committee to 4/9. Action deferred in Senate Judiciary Committee to first calendar of 2020.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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SB 16

SYNOPSIS: Authorizes sports betting in this state only in jurisdictions that approve sports betting by local option election; imposes a 10 percent tax on gaming revenue; distributes 40 percent of the tax to the general fund for general appropriations, 30 percent to Tennessee colleges of applied technologies and community colleges for equipment and capital projects, and 30 percent to local governments for education and infrastructure.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 12/18, Referred to Government Operations Committee, Sponsor change 2/16, Sponsor added 2/25, Placed on Senate Government Operations Committee calendar for 3/20,  Placed on Senate Government Operations Committee calendar for 3/27. Refer to Senate State & Local Government Committee w/ negative recommendation, as amended. Action deferred in Senate State and Local Government Committee to 4/10, Recommended for passage with amendment/s, refer to Senate Finance, Ways, and Means Committee Ayes 7, Nays 2. Placed on Senate Finance, Ways, and Means Committee calendar for 4/24, Recommended for passage with amendment/s, refer to Senate Calendar Committee 9-2, Placed on Senate Regular Calendar for 4/30. Passed Senate 20-12, House concurred with Senate Amendment 2,3,4 51-40, Signed by H. Speaker 5/8,Signed by Senate Speaker 5/13.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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SB 28

SYNOPSIS: creates the state Alzheimer's disease and related dementia advisory council.

STATUS: Introduced 1/10, Referred to Senate Government Operations committee 1/19, Sponsor's added 1/31,2/1, 2/7, Placed on Senate Government Operations Committee calendar for 3/13/2019, Recommended for passage with amendment/s, refer to Senate Health and Welfare Committee Ayes 7, Nays 0 3/13,  Placed on Senate Health and Welfare Committee calendar for 3/27,  Placed on Senate Regular Calendar for 4/1, Passed Senate as amended, Ayes 31, Nays 0 4/1, Received in House 4/4, Passed House as amended 95-0, Senate concurred 31-0 4/30, Signed by Senate Speaker 5/1, Signed by House Speaker 5/2.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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SB 38

SYNOPSIS: As introduced, enacts the "Affordable Real Property Act.".

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/15, Introduced and passed on first consideration 1/18. Recalled from Senate State & Local Government Committee 2/6, Withdrawn 2/6.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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SB 39

SYNOPSIS: Health Care - As introduced, increases from 10 days to 20 days the amount of time a healthcare provider has to furnish a copy of a patient's medical records to the patient or the patient's personal representative following a written request for the records from the patient or the patient's personal representative.

STATUS: Introduced and passed on first consideration 1/18. Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate Commerce and Labor Committee 1/19. Assigned to General Subcommittee of Senate Commerce & Labor Committee 3/27.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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SB 192

SYNOPSIS: Authorizes voting to occur at institutions designated for elderly or disabled persons that have a qualified staff who regularly assess residents and attest that the population consists of persons of which at least 35 percent are frail, as defined by federal law.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/28, Passed on 2nd consideration, referred to State & Local Government Committee 1/31. Placed on Senate State and Local Government Committee calendar for 2/26.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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SB 199

SYNOPSIS: Creates the elder abuse task force.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/29, Passed on 2nd Consideration & Referred to Government Operations Committee 1/31, Placed on Senate Government Operations Committee calendar for 2/26, Failed in Senate State and Local Government Committee, no second, Placed on Senate Judiciary Committee calendar for 3/12,  Companion House Bill 249 substituted,  Passed Senate, Ayes 32, Nays 0 3/18, Signed by H. Speaker 3/21.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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SB 256

SYNOPSIS: Creates a Class D felony offense for any person who knowingly uses a communication or electronic device to obtain information from an elderly adult concerning the elderly adult's medical condition or health, sends unsolicited or specifically refused medical supplies to the elderly adult, and files a claim or submits a bill with the state Medicare plan for reimbursement.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/29, Passed on 2n Consideration, Referred to Judiciary 1/31. Placed on Senate Judiciary Committee calendar for 4/23,  Recommended for passage with amendment/s, refer to Senate Calendar Committee 8-0, Placed on Senate Regular Calendar for 4/30.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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SB 317

SYNOPSIS: Clarifies that the definition of the practice of nursing does not prevent certain qualified nurses from making determinations that patients are experiencing emergency medical conditions if working in cooperation with a physician and in accordance with hospital protocol.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/30, Introduced 1/31, Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate Health and Welfare Committee 2/4, Sponsor added 2/11, Placed on Senate Health and Welfare Committee calendar for 2/27, Recommended for passage with amendment/s, refer to senate Calendar Committee 7-0 2/27, Placed on Senate Floor Session calendar for 3/7, Passed Senate as amended, 29-0, Engrossed; ready for transmission to House 3/7,  Substituted for House Companion, Passed house 87-0, Signed by Senate Speaker on 3/12, Signed by House Speaker 3/13, Transmitted to Governor for action 3/15,Signed by Governor 3/20.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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SB 352

SYNOPSIS: Makes an unfair or deceptive act or practice certain legal advertisements for claims related to medical devices and pharmaceuticals, and the unauthorized use or distribution of protected health information; creates penalties for violations; authorizes attorney general to enforce the provisions of the act.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/30, Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate Commerce and Labor Committee 2/4, Sponsor's added 2/5, 2/7, 2/12, Recommended for passage, Refer to Senate Calendar Committee 2/19, Placed on Senate Floor Session calendar for 2/25, Passed 24-6, Engrossed, ready to transmit to House 2/26, Received from Senate, Held on House desk 2/28, Subst. for comp. HB. Passed H., as am., Ayes 85, Nays 6, 3/21. Concurred, Ayes 28, Nays 2 (Amendment 1 - HA0076) 3/25, Enrolled and ready for signatures 3/26. Signed by House Speaker 4/1, Signed by Governor 4/9.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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SB 547

SYNOPSIS: Removes requirement for any home care organization and satellite emergency department to apply for and receive a certificate of need .

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/4, Introduced and passed on first consideration. Passed on second consideration, Referred to Senate Health and welfare 2/11. Assigned to General Subcommittee of Senate Commerce & Labor Committee 3/27.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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SB 653

SYNOPSIS: Makes it a requirement, instead of optional, that the department of human services publish an annual report and interim reports regarding its administration responsibilities under the Old-Age Assistance Law.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/5, Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate Health and Welfare Committee 2/7.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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SB 664

SYNOPSIS: Authorizes an existing licensed nursing home to relocate beds in certain circumstances.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/5,Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate Health and Welfare Committee, Placed on senate Health and welfare Committee Calendar for 3/6, Placed on Senate Health and Welfare Committee calendar for 3/13, Action deferred in Senate Health and Welfare Committee to 4/3. Placed on Senate Health and Welfare Committee calendar for 4/3. Placed on Senate Regular Calendar for 4/22, Companion HB1317 Substituted & passed 31-0.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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SB 754

SYNOPSIS: Increases from $10,000 to $25,000 the civil penalty amount per violation that the attorney general and reporter may bring in an action against a person who commits the offense of caller identification spoofing; clarifies that each call received by a subscriber wherein the caller identification information is misleading or inaccurate constitutes a separate violation for purposes of imposing the civil penalty.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/5, Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate Commerce and Labor Committee 2/7. Placed on Senate Commerce and Labor Committee calendar for 4/2. Recommended for passage with amendment/s, refer to Senate Calendar Committee Ayes 9, Nays 0, Placed on Senate Regular Calendar for 4/8, House companion bill substituted 4/8.

AmSA POSITION: Support.

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SB 963

SYNOPSIS: Enacts the "Prescription Drug Fair Pricing Act."

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/6, Introduced, Passed on First Consideration 2/7. Passed on Second Consideration, Referred to Senate Health & Welfare 2/11. Placed on Senate Commerce and Labor Committee calendar for 4/9, Assigned to General Subcommittee of Senate Commerce and Labor Committee.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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SB 1070

SYNOPSIS: requires the commissioner of health to study issues related to healthcare access and healthcare status of populations affected by the implementation of Chapter 1043 of the Public Acts of 2016.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/6, Introduced, Passed on First Consideration 2/7. Passed on Second Consideration, Referred to Commerce & Labor.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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SB 1090

SYNOPSIS: Creates real property tax freeze program for persons 65 years of age or older who have lived in their principal residence for 30 years or more when the assessed value of the property increases by 50 percent or more from an established baseline assessed value of the property.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/6, Introduced, Passed on First Consideration 2/7. Passed on Second Consideration and Referred to State & Local Government.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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SB 1128

SYNOPSIS: Requires the executive director of the board of nursing to report concerning workforce needs for nurses in healthcare institutions and facilities in this state and the need for any beneficial changes to the educational training of nurses in order to meet those needs to the health committee of the house of representatives and the health and welfare committee of the senate on or before January 15, 2020.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/6, Introduced, Passed on First Consideration 2/7. Passed on Second Consideration, Referred to Health and Welfare. Placed on Senate Health and Welfare Committee calendar for 4/3. Action deferred in Senate Health and Welfare Committee to 4/10, Recommended for passage with amendment/s, refer to Senate Calendar Committee Ayes 9, Nays 0. Placed on Senate Regular Calendar for 422, Companion HB substituted  4/22.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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SB 1130

SYNOPSIS: Places various requirements on Medicare supplement policies and certificates issued in this state; requires the commissioner of commerce and insurance to promulgate rules to enforce such requirements and other standards for the policies and certificates.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 2/6, Introduced, Passed on First Consideration. Passed on Second Consideration, Referred to Senate Commerce and Labor 2/11. Assigned to General Subcommittee of Senate Commerce & Labor Committee 4/1.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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SB 1485

SYNOPSIS: Enacts the "Veterans Property Tax Relief Act of 2019"; requires that market value cap for real property eligible for disabled veteran property tax relief be adjusted every two years to reflect percentage change in consumer price index.

STATUS: Filed or introduction 2/7, Introduced, Passed on First Consideration 2/7, Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate State and Local Government Committee. Placed on Senate State and Local Government Committee calendar for 4/9,  Assigned to General Subcommittee of Senate State and Local Government Committee.

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

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