Raised H.B. No. 6371
Session Year 2011
 


AN ACT CONCERNING EXEMPTIONS FROM THE CERTIFICATE OF NEED PROCESS FOR RESEARCHERS UTILIZING CERTAIN TECHNOLOGIES THAT HAVE NO IMPACT ON HUMAN HEALTH.

To permit scientific researchers to utilize certain medically-related equipment without having to apply for a certificate of need from the Office of Health Care Access when the scientific research does not involve the use of such equipment on human beings.

Introduced by:
Public Health Committee

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 5/24/2011Signed by the Governor
 5/20/2011Transmitted to the Secretary of State
 5/18/2011(LCO)Public Act 11-10
 5/11/2011On Consent Calendar / In Concurrence
 5/11/2011Senate Passed as Amended by House Amendment Schedule A
 5/11/2011Senate Adopted House Amendment Schedule A
 3/18/2011(LCO)File Number 90
 3/18/2011Senate Calendar Number 104
 3/18/2011Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
 3/16/2011House Passed as Amended by House Amendment Schedule A
 3/16/2011House Adopted House Amendment Schedule A 4755
 3/7/2011(LCO)File Number 38
 3/7/2011House Calendar Number 44
 3/7/2011Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House
 3/7/2011(LCO)Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
 2/28/2011(LCO)Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 03/07/11 10:00 AM
 2/25/2011(LCO)Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
 2/25/2011(PH)Joint Favorable
 2/17/2011Public Hearing 02/23
 2/16/2011Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health

Co-sponsors of HB-6371

Rep. David A. Scribner, 107th Dist.

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