H.B. No. 6368
Session Year 2019
 


AN ACT ALLOWING EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS TO ADMINISTER EPINEPHRINE WITHOUT THE USE OF AUTOMATIC PREFILLED CARTRIDGE INJECTORS.

To reduce municipal costs for emergency medical services by allowing the administration of epinephrine without automatic prefilled cartridge injectors.

Introduced by:
Public Health Committee

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 4/4/2019(LCO)File Number 400
 4/4/2019House Calendar Number 252
 4/4/2019Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House
 4/4/2019(LCO)Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
 3/29/2019(LCO)Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 04/03/19 5:00 PM
 3/25/2019(LCO)Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
 3/22/2019(PH)Joint Favorable
 3/6/2019Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
 3/5/2019Drafted by Committee
 3/1/2019(PH)Vote to Draft
 2/7/2019Public Hearing 02/11
 2/1/2019(PH)Reserved for Subject Matter Public Hearing
 1/25/2019Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health

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