HB 949: Communicable and Infectious Diseases
GENERAL BILL by Fetterhoff ; Omphroy ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Chaney ; LaMarca
Communicable and Infectious Diseases; Provides presumption to specified workers that impairment of health caused by infectious disease happened in line of duty; requires certain actions in order to be entitled to presumption; requires United States Food & Drug Administration to approve certain vaccines or immunizations.
Last Action: 4/30/2021 House - Died in Appropriations Committee
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Government Operations Subcommittee
• Referred to Professions & Public Health Subcommittee
• Referred to Appropriations Committee
• Referred to State Affairs Committee
• Now in Government Operations Subcommittee
• 1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
• Added to Government Operations Subcommittee agenda
• Favorable by Government Operations Subcommittee
• Reported out of Government Operations Subcommittee
• Now in Professions & Public Health Subcommittee
• Added to Professions & Public Health Subcommittee agenda
• Favorable by Professions & Public Health Subcommittee
• Reported out of Professions & Public Health Subcommittee
• Now in Appropriations Committee
• Died in Appropriations Committee
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