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ASSEMBLY BILL NO.ASSEMBLY SPONSORSENATE BILL NO.SENATE SPONSORMAJORITY SPONSOR IN BOTH HOUSES?SUMMARYFISCAL IMPACT (FROM SPONSOR'S MEMO)ASSEMBLY STATUSSENATE STATUSGOVERNOR STATUS2018 ACTION
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A. 2007
Governor's budget bill
S. 1507
Governor's budget bill
Health and Mental Hygiene Article VII bill (Includes coverage mandates for in vitro fertilization and contraception)IVF mandate passedIVF mandate passed
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A. 585-ACahillS. 659-ASalazarYComprehensive contraception coverage actNonePassed AssemblyPassed Senate
Signed 4/12, Chap. 25
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A. 1619RozicS. 3101BiaggiYCoverage for eating disordersTo be determinedPassed Assembly 2/26Passed Senate 5/6
Passed Assembly
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A. 2904QuartS. 4808HarckhamYProhibits prior authorization for drug abuse treatment medications.NonePassed Assembly 4/10Passed Senate 6/3
Passed Assembly
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A. 3043JoynerNSANSANPurchase of prescription drugs without mail orderNonePassed Assembly 5/6
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A. 972RosenthalS. 4643HarckhamY
Prohibits copayments at opioid treatment programs
Undetermined
Passed Assembly 6/12
Referred to Rules
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A. 3009QuartS. 4078BreslinYCoverage of the synchronization of multiple prescriptions and dispensing fee standardizationNonePassed Assembly 6/13Passed Senate 6/17
Passed Assembly
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A. 2969
Peoples-Stokes
S. 2849BreslinYBars changes in drug formularies during plan yearNonePassed Assembly 6/17Passed Senate 6/19
Passed Assembly
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A. 5502Jean-PierreS. 3852MartinezYRequires coverage for annual mammograms from 35 to 39 on recommendation of a physician(No fiscal note in memo)Passed Assembly 6/18Passed Senate 6/13
Signed by governor 8/2
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A. 670BronsonS. 6212KennedyYCoverage for outpatient treatment by mental health practitionersNonePassed Assembly 6/18Passed Senate 6/20
Passed Assembly
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A. 7533FahyS. 984BreslinNTesting for dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase deficiency(Blank)Referred to HealthRecommitted to RulesPassed Senate
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A. 7687Peoples-StokesS. 499RiveraYEstablishes Dakota's law relating to elevated lead levels in childrenTo be determinedReferred to HealthReferred to Finance
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A. 2770BichotteNSANSANProvides coverage for pre-term labor careNoneReferred to Health
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A. 2871BichotteNSANSANRequires coverage for testing for incompetent cervixNoneReferred to Health Committee
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A. 2808PaulinNSANSANDispensing emergency contraception under certain conditionsNoneReferred to Higher Education
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NSANSAS. 3543SalazarNChapter amendment for the Comprehensive Contraceptive Care ActNoneReferred to Insurance
Passed Senate
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NSANSAS. 6397CarlucciNLimits the substitution of abuse-deterrent analgesic opioid drug products for analgesic opioids lacking such technologyNoneReferred to InsurancePassed Senate 6/12
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A. 8246GottfriedS. 6303RiveraYRelates to calculating an insured individual's overall contribution to any out-of-pocket maximum or cost-sharing requirementNone to the stateReferred to InsurancePassed Senate 6/17
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A. 5053Jean-PierreS. 2305BaileyYRequires coverage for infant and baby formulaNone to the stateReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 4316GlickS. 847BenjaminYCoverage of infertility to be provided to insured with same sex partners on the same basis as that provided to insureds with a partner of the opposite sex(Blank)Referred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 4962O'DonnellS. 34HoylmanYCoverage for pre-exposure prophylaxis and post-exposure prophylaxis to prevent HIV infectionNoneReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 2767WallaceS. 4186KennedyYCoverage for long term medical care for Lyme disease and other tick borne related pathogensTo be determinedReferred to Insurance
Referred to Insurance
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A. 6610BurkeS. 3015KennedyYCoverage for supplements, vitamins, medical foods and other medications to mitigate and/or treat mitochondrial diseaseTo be determinedReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 3721PretlowS. 3525BreslinYRelates to reimbursement for ambulance servicesNoneReferred to Insurance
Referred to Insurance
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A. 302RosenthalS. 5728StaviskyYRequires coverage for scalp cooling devicesNoneReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 3757GuntherS. 5760BreslinYExpands coverage of physical and occupational therapy servicesNone to stateReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 4521SolagesS. 6244GoundardesYRelates to access to appropriate drugs at reasonable prices, formulary exceptions, standing prior authorizations and external appealsNoneReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 5476OrtizS. 4929RiveraYCoverage for eating disordersTo be determinedReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 5727RozicS. 4768PersaudYCovers comprehensive genetic screening for breast, ovarian, prostate, colon and lung cancersNoneReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 7566RosenthalS. 5426HarckhamYMandates coverage of peer support services for substance use disorderNone to the stateReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A 4506SolagesS. 1493JacobsNCoverage for fertility preservation servicesTo be determinedReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 2773RosenthalS. 1492JacobsNRequires coverage for opioid antagonists and devicesUndeterminedReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 2971SimonS. 1965LittleNCoverage of cleft lip and cleft palateNoneReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 6139DeStefanoS. 279OrttNProhibits co-pays for certain short term opioid drug prescriptionsNone to the stateReferred to InsuranceReferred to Insurance
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A. 8292SimotasS. 6263GounardesNRelates to capping the amount paid for prescription insulin by an insuredNone to the stateReferred to Insurance
Referred to Insurance
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A. 2897JonesS. 1994LittleN
Coverage for pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome
To be determinedReferred to Insurance
Referred to Insurance Committee
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A. 6880CookS. 3307LavalleNRequires coverage of hysterectomiesTo be determinedReferred to insuranceReferred to Investigations and Government Operations
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A. 8310WalkerS. 6489JacksonYRequires a majority of prescription drug rebates to be provided to patients at point of saleNoneReferred to InsuranceReferred to Rules
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A. 3044GuntherNSANSANRelates to substance abuse disorder coverageTo be determinedReferred to Insurance
Passed Senate
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A. 3046MagnarelliNSANSANCoverage for services related to the treatment of mental, nervous or emotional disorders or ailmentsNone to the stateReferred to Insurance
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A.354PaulinNSANSANProvides coverage for corrective lenses for color vision deficiencyTo be determinedReferred to Insurance
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A. 2772RosenthalNSANSANCoverage of alternative treatment options UndeterminedReferred to Insurance
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A. 2344SolagesNSANSANRequires coverage for doula servicesTo be determinedReferred to Insurance
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A. 3797OrtizNSANSANRequires coverage for surveillance tests for ovarian cancerMinimalReferred to Insurance
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A. 3901DenDekkerNSANSANRequires coverage of clinical laboratory servicesNoneReferred to Insurance
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A. 3997WeprinNSANSANProvides increasd podiatry care(No memo)Referred to Insurance
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A. 4173PretlowNSANSANCovers cost of genetic testing for persons with a family history of cancerDue to the exorbitant cost of retroactive treatment for breast cancer, we feel this bill will not only save costs in proactive treatment but will also save lives.Referred to Insurance
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A. 4899RamosNSANSANRelates to coverage for single source drugsNoneReferred to Insurance
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A. 5328CymbrowitzNSANSANCoverage for prosthesesNone to the stateReferred to Insurance
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A. 5651RozicNSANSANCoverage for comprehensive screening for ovarian cancerNoneReferred to Insurance
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A. 5724TitusNSANSANDenies policies imposing drug tiers and cost-sharing for prescription medicationNoneReferred to Insurance
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A. 5834GiglioNSANSANCoverage for substance abuse disorder treatment servicesTo be determinedReferred to Insurance
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A. 5969CrouchNSANSANProhibits insurers from requiring purchase of prescribed drugs from mail order pharmacyNoneReferred to Insurance
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A. 6247FallNSANSANCoverage for medically necessary hearing aids for children under 16Yet to be determinedReferred to Insurance
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A. 6286CrespoNSANSANCoverage for prosthetic devicesNoneReferred to Insurance
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A. 6460FahyNSANSANCoverage for craniofacial disordersNone to the stateReferred to Insurance
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A. 6586SeawrightNSANSANRelates to the dispensive of hearing aidsNoneReferred to Insurance
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A. 4812ColtonNSANSANCoverage for loss or damage to prosthetic limbNoneReferred to Insurance
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A. 6481MillerNSANSANCoverage of primary and preventative obstetric and gynecological careNoneReferred to Insurance
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A. 6837WoernerNSANSANRelated to gender identification on insurance claim formsNoneReferred to Insurance
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A. 8268RosenthalNSANSANMandates insurance coverage for medical devices to treat withdrawal symptomsNone to the stateReferred to Insurance
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A. 405CahillS. 3751BreslinYNo copayments for physical therapy in excess of copayment for similar services provided by physicianNoneReferred to Insurance
Referred to Insurance
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A. 2936SolagesS. 1684BrooksYCoverage for the screening of colorectal cancerHas not been determinedReferred to Insurance CommitteeReferred to Insurance
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A. 178CahillS. 426HoylmanYCoverage for long-term medical care for Lyme disease and other tick-borne related pathogensNoneReferred to Insurance CommitteeReferred to Insurance
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A. 2759SolagesS. 2249HoylmanYRequires coverage of donated breast milkNoneReferred to Insurance CommitteeReferred to Insurance
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A. 102RosenthalS. 4500HarckhamYCoverage for opioid medicationsUnknown
Referred to Insurance Committee
Referred to Insurance
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A. 2925KimS. 4560ParkerYCoverage for acupuncture servicesThe state may be liable for any difference in premiums paid in the even that adding acupuncture as an essential benefit creates an additional cost to plans. Given its relative cost effectiveness compared to other means of treatment, it could result in no cost/premium increases, or a reduction.Referred to Insurance CommitteeReferred to Insurance
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A. 294RosenthalS. 5535HarckhamYCoverage of medications for opioid addiction during entire period they are prescribedUndeterminedReferred to Insurance CommitteeReferred to Insurance
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A. 2325SolagesS. 5495PersaudYCoverage of hearing aidsTo be determined
Referred to Insurance Committee
Referred to Insurance
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A. 3041JonesS. 2529LittleNCoverage for at least 45 days of inpatient and outpatient drug rehabilitationTo be determinedReferred to Insurance CommitteeReferred to Insurance
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A. 2816RosenthalS. 3321LaValleNCoverage for lymphedemaNone to the stateReferred to Insurance Committee
Referred to Insurance
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A. 347JoynerS. 6296SkoufisYProvides that prescriptions coverred by insurance, that would otherwise be required to be filled by mail order, may be filled at a retail pharmacy under certain circumstances.NoneReferred to Insurance CommitteeReferred to Rules
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A. 1058AbinantiNSANSANCoverage for the screening, diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorderThe cost implications have not been fully determined. The treatment of autism spectrum disorders will result in better long-term health outcomes for those diagnosed with this condition and should therefore lessen costs which are borne by taxpayersReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 707BronsonNSANSANCoverage for service animalsTo be determinedReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 176CahillNSANSANReimbursement for certified registered nurse anesthetistsNoneReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 408CahillNSANSANIncluding certain out of home services such as transition from a hospital, nursing facility or other institutional setting within home care insurance coverageThis bill will promote increased cost-efficiency and savings in the health care system.Referred to Insurance Committee
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A. 555CahillNSANSANCoverage for scalp hair prosthesis for certain hair lossPossible increases in state health insurance policiesReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 2815CrouchNSANSANCoverage for certified registered nurse anesthetists providing anesthesia servicesNoneReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 2917CrouchNSANSANReimbursement for ambulatory servicesTo be determinedReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 2765DilanNSANSANNotification to insureds that an out-of-network physician may be used in their procedure, test or surgeryNoneReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 2846DinowitzNSANSANReimbursement for testing for familial dysautonomia, Canavan's disease and Tay-SachsNoneReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 2883DinowitzNSANSANCoverage for colorectal cancer early detectionAny cost of enacting this legislation is far overshadowed by potential lives and dollars saved by early detection and treatment of colon cancerReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 2807GlickNSANSANPregnancy termination procedures coverage in every hospital, surgical or medical policy offering maternity care coverageNoneReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 1158GottfriedNSANSANReimbursement for cost of vaccinationsNoneReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 2346GuntherNSANSANCoverage for the HALO breast pap test to detect risk of developing breast cancerNoneReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 3086GuntherNSANSANCoverage for providing prosthetic devices.None to the stateReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 2810JoynerNSANSANCoverage for the purchase of prescription drugs through mail order pharmaciesUndeterminedReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 369 LiftonNSANSANPrescription coverage for the treatment of shinglesNoneReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 491LiftonNSANSANCoverage for family members of children who require psychiatric or psychological services.NoneReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 2877OrtizNSANSANCoverage for medically necessary care for the treatment of autism spectrum disorderMinimalReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 487PaulinNSANSANDispensing emergency contraception under certain circumstances and conditionsNone
Referred to Insurance Committee
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A. 501PaulinNSANSANCoverage for hearing aidsTo be determinedReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 2926PerryNSANSANReimbursement for dental restorationsNoneReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 1168RosenthalNSANSANProvide a certain amount of coverage for hearing aidsNone to the stateReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 598 RosenthalNSANSANRequires insurers to offer out-of-network coverage as an optional rider.None to the stateReferred to insurance Committee
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A. 1163StirpeNSANSANProvide at least 90 days of rehabilitation services to an insured upon a doctor's prescriptionTo be determinedReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 2867ZebrowskiNSANSANPermit patients to assign their paymentsNone to the stateReferred to Insurance Committee
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A. 1778JonesS. 3685BrooksYEnables municipal fire departments to charge fees for ambulance servicesNo fiscal impactReferred to Local GovernmentsPassed Senate 6/14
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A. 1778JonesNSANSANEnables municipal fire departments to charge fees for ambulance servicesNo fiscal impactReferred to Local Governments
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