SB 1386: Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact
GENERAL BILL by Harrell
Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact; Creating the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact; providing for recognition of psychologist licenses in compact states; maintaining that authority over a psychologist’s license remains with the home state but authorizing receiving states to define the scope of and act on a psychologist’s authority to practice in the compact state under the compact; requiring the Department of Health to report certain investigative information to the coordinated licensure information system; requiring the Board of Psychology to appoint an individual to serve as the state’s commissioner on the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact Commission, etc.
Last Action: 1/22/2020 Senate - Withdrawn from further consideration -SJ 153
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• Referred to Health Policy; Appropriations Subcommittee on Health and Human Services; Appropriations -SJ 103
• Introduced -SJ 102
• Withdrawn from Health Policy; Appropriations Subcommittee on Health and Human Services; Appropriations -SJ 153
• Withdrawn from further consideration -SJ 153
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