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03-26-2021 – 15:46:10



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HB 1002
(1)

 


Bush, Carol(R)


Weaver, Darrell (F)(R)

Permits individuals who were time-barred from filing civil action for injuries relating to childhood abuse or exploitation to file such actions in certain circumstances for a period of 5 years beginning October 31, 2021.


Position:

Oppose


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Oppose),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary



HB 1102
(1)

 


Olsen, Jim(R)


Daniels, Julie(R)

Makes performing an abortion that is not deemed medically necessary to preserve the life or prevent irreversible impairment of a major bodily function of the woman, grounds for a physician to lose or have their license suspended.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT,
Abortion (Support)


Bill History:


03-29-21 S Meeting set for At Adj., Room 535 – Senate Health & Human Services



HB 2441
(1)

 


Russ, Todd(R)


Daniels, Julie(R)

Prohibits the performance of abortions on pregnant woman after such time that the unborn child has a detectable heartbeat.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT,
Abortion (Support)


Bill History:


03-29-21 S Meeting set for At Adj., Room 535 – Senate Health & Human Services



SB 126
(1)

 


Daniels, Julie(R)


Martinez, Ryan(R)

Adjusts the requirements for private schools to qualify to accept students under the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship for Students with Disabilities Program by prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, or nationality; EMERGENCY.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Common Education



SB 170
(1)

 


Howard, Brent (F)(R)


Kannady, Chris(R)

Permits, by court order, the harvesting of anatomical gifts from children in state custody for whom the withdrawal of life-sustaining medical treatment or denial of resuscitation is authorized.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 450 – House Judiciary – Civil



SB 239
(1)

 


Pemberton, Dewayne(R)


Hasenbeck, Toni(R)

Establishes additional requirements and procedures for the Board of Education to sponsor a charter school directly; EMERGENCY.


Position:

Oppose


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Oppose),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-30-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 206 – House Common Education



SB 340
(1)

 


Paxton, Lonnie(R)


Boatman, Jeff(R)

Relates to adoption by removing requirements that prospective adoptive parents and other persons aged 18 or older within the adoptive household sign certain release forms related to the transfer of information for home studies.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 5S.2 – House Children, Youth & Family Services



SB 368
(1)

 


Bullard, David (F)(R)


Hill, Brian(R)

Prohibits governmental entities from declaring that the activities of religious institutions are nonessential and prevents such institutions from being subject to greater restrictions than those placed on businesses; EMERGENCY.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-31-21 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 5S.2 – House States’ Rights



SB 378
(1)

 


Rosino, Paul(R)


Bush, Carol(R)

Creates Everett’s Law which prohibits the refusal of organ transplant services and related insurance coverage to disabled persons based solely on their disability and provides a pathway for civil action for affected persons.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-31-21 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House Insurance



SB 421
(1)

 


Rosino, Paul(R)


Echols, Jon(R)

Relates to child care payments, modifying various calculations to base support payments due on actual monthly income, including overtime where the court deems it applicable, and creates a rebuttable presumption that incarcerated persons cannot pay.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-30-21 H Meeting set for 1:30 p.m., Room 206 – House Rules



SB 647
(1)

 


Pugh, Adam(R)


Stark, Marilyn(R)

Creates Lily’s Law which expands definitions of fetal death and includes birthing centers under provisions which permit the parents certain authority for disposal of remains in cases of fetal death.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 5S.2 – House Children, Youth & Family Services



SB 778
(1)

 


Daniels, Julie(R)


Lepak, Mark(R)

Creates the OK Abortion Inducing Drug Risk Protocol Act, which may only be utilized by physicians in specific settings, and requires certain notification to be made to those receiving such drugs.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-23-21 H Sent to subcommittee House A&B Sub: Health



SB 779
(1)

 


Daniels, Julie(R)


Lepak, Mark(R)

Creates the OK Abortion Inducing Drug Certification Program for physicians performing such services and requires them to report annually certain information regarding patients receiving abortions, with penalties for certain violations.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Public Health



SB 960
(1)

 


Treat, Greg(R)


McCall, Charles(R)

Directs the Dept. of Health to make grants to entities providing healthcare services to mothers and infants in order to reduce mortality rates by at least three percent within five years and extends the relinquishment window; EMERGENCY.


Position:

Support


Track Name(s):

High Priority (Support),
Brett’s ALERT,
Austin’s ALERT


Bill History:


03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules

 



Total Bills:
14

 

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