31st Legislature(2019-2020)

Bill History/Action for Legislature

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  • Bill HB 135
  • Current Status (H) HSS
  •  Then JUD, FIN
  • Status Date 04/15/2019
  • Bill Version
  • Short Title MEDICAID EXPANSION; DRUG COST CONTAINMENT
  • Sponsor(S) HOUSE RULES BY REQUEST OF THE GOVERNOR
  • Title "An Act relating to medical assistance for needy persons; relating to material incorporated by reference; relating to payment for prescribed drugs; and providing for an effective date."
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Full Text of HB 135 Intro/ Offered Passed
Version Amended Name PDF Date House Senate
HB0135A HB 135 pdf

Fiscal Action Summary

HB 135 Published
Fiscal Note Preparer Date Chamber Fiscal Impact Cmte Report Approp Bill
pdf Fiscal Note 1 Corrections H N HGOV
pdf Fiscal Note 2 Commerce, Community & Economic Dev H Y HGOV
pdf Fiscal Note 3 Health & Social Services - Dept. H Y HGOV
pdf Fiscal Note 4 Health & Social Services - Dept. H Y HGOV
pdf Fiscal Note 5 Health & Social Services - Dept. H Y HGOV
pdf Fiscal Note 6 Health & Social Services - Dept. H Y HGOV
pdf Fiscal Note 7 Health & Social Services - Dept. H Y HGOV
pdf Fiscal Note 8 Health & Social Services - Dept. H Y HGOV

Bill Amendments Summary

  • Bill : HB 135

Amendments that are adopted are incorporated into the next version of the bill.
PDF versions of the amendment may have slight variations from the Journal entry. The Journal should be considered the authoritative version.

Action Journal
Amendment Chamber Action Date Page PDF

House and Senate Minutes/Recordings

  • Bill : HB 135
Meeting Date Start Time Title Meeting Details

Documents for Bill HB 135 31st Legislature

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Document Name Date/Time Subjects
Jrn Date Jrn Page Text
621 (H) READ THE FIRST TIME - REFERRALS
621 (H) HSS, JUD, FIN
621 (H) FN1: ZERO(COR)
621 (H) FN2: (CED)
621 (H) FN3: (DHS)
621 (H) FN4: (DHS)
621 (H) FN5: (DHS)
621 (H) FN6: (DHS)
621 (H) FN7: (DHS)
621 (H) FN8: (DHS)
621 (H) GOVERNOR'S TRANSMITTAL LETTER
621 (H) REFERRED TO HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES
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