SB 238: Personal Injury Protection Insurance
GENERAL BILL by Campbell
Personal Injury Protection Insurance; defines terms "biometric" & "biometric time date technology"; revises procedures re use of biometric time date technology for purpose of documenting claims & making payments under personal injury protection benefits. Amends 627.732,.736.
Last Action: 5/6/2005 House - Died in Committee on Insurance (CC)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Banking and Insurance
• On Committee agenda-- Banking and Insurance, 01/12/05, 9:00 am, 412-K
• Favorable by- Banking and Insurance; YEAS 9 NAYS 0; Placed on Calendar, on second reading
• Introduced, referred to Banking and Insurance -SJ 00020; On Committee agenda-- Banking and Insurance, 01/12/05, 9:00 am, 412-K; Favorable by- Banking and Insurance; YEAS 9 NAYS 0 -SJ 00103; Placed on Calendar, on second reading -SJ 00103
• Placed on Special Order Calendar -SJ 00227; Read second time -SJ 00223
• Read third time -SJ 00236; Passed; YEAS 38 NAYS 0 -SJ 00236
• In Messages
• Received, referred to Insurance (CC) -HJ 01250
• Died in Committee on Insurance (CC)
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