AN ACT DETERRING FRAUD AND ABUSE PERPETRATED AGAINST SENIOR CITIZENS.
To require (1) mandatory training for mandated reporters of suspected abuse, neglect, exploitation and abandonment of elderly persons, (2) that persons investigating potential abuse of elderly persons for the Department of Social Services not be assigned more than twenty-five cases at any one time, and (3) disclosures from persons assisting elderly persons with Medicaid applications of any potential conflict of interest and their legal rights and protections.
Introduced by:Aging Committee
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|Text of Bill|
|File No. 117 [doc]|
|AGE Joint Favorable [doc]|
|Raised Bill [doc]|
|House LCO Amendment #4431 (D) [doc]|
|AGE Joint Fav. Rpt|
|AGE Vote Tally Sheet (Joint Favorable)|
|Fiscal Note for Amendment LCO 4431 (Eliminates Fiscal Impact in Bill)|
|Fiscal Note For File Copy 117|
|Bill Analysis For File Copy 117|
Co-sponsors for Amendment LCO:
|3/24/2022||(LCO)||File Number 117|
|3/24/2022||House Calendar Number 120|
|3/24/2022||Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House|
|3/24/2022||(LCO)||Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office|
|3/18/2022||(LCO)||Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 03/23/22 5:00 PM|
|3/11/2022||(LCO)||Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office|
|3/4/2022||Public Hearing 03/08|
|3/3/2022||Referred to Joint Committee on Aging|
Co-sponsors of HB-5314
Rep. Michael A. Winkler, 56th Dist.
Rep. Mitch Bolinsky, 106th Dist.
Rep. John K. Hampton, 16th Dist.
Rep. Jane M. Garibay, 60th Dist.
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