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Legislation 2003 - NEW!
Model State Emergency Health Powers Act, State Legislative Activity *
(as of November 1, 2002) - Center for Law and the Public's Health - 12/9/02
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POLITICAL ACTION FOR KNOWN ACTION CALLS IN YOUR STATE!
FOR KNOWN MEHPA AND NON-MEHPA
STATE INFORMATION, GO TO
MORE ON THE MEHPA,
INCLUDING SAMPLE LETTERS
State Public Health Departments
(See how your health department is handling the issue of bioterrorism.)
*NEW* ALEC's 50 State Home Security Analysis -
Guide to Anti-Terrorism Legislation in Microsoft Excel
Opposes MEHPA - View ALEC's (American
Legislative Exchange Council) tracking by state
SB1400 - adjourned 5/23/02, no carry-over, according
Arizona HB2044c - according to ALEC, sent to governor on May 17, 2002
- signed by the governor 5/23/02
for status, history, etc.
RB5286 - adjourned
5/08/02, no carry-over, according to ALEC
Connecticut substitute for RB5286
Delaware HB377 - signed by the governor July 3, 2002
Florida SB1262 - think it
has passed but not yet signed by the governor - SIGNED 5/14/02
SB1264 - died on calendar.
Withdrawn from House Committee on Judicial Oversight
SB385 - updated
History According to ALEC, signed into law on May
HB2521 - Passed House. Sent to Senate.
Sent to governor on May 8, 2002.
SB2779 - Passed Senate. Sent to House. Adjourned 5/2/02, no carry-over, according to ALEC
Idaho HB517 - Passed House. Sent to Senate. Adjourned 3/15/02, no carry-over, according to ALEC
Illinois HB3809 - adjourned 6/02/02, no carry-over, according to ALEC
SB1529 - adjourned
6/02/02, no carry-over, according to ALEC
Illinois - H B0006
- sent to governor
Kansas SB597 -
Fiscal Note - died in committee 5/31/02
- General response to bioterrorism bill - original
- signed by the governor 3/28/02 Kentucky HB258
Kentucky HB258 -
- original version
Kentucky HB88 - WWW VERSION
- AN ACT relating to acts of terrorism involving chemical or
- passed, according to ALEC More on
Maine LD3425 - signed by
governor April 11, 2002
Maryland HB296 - vetoed because HB303 and
SB234 signed into law
HB303 - signed into law
Maryland SB234 - signed April 9, 2002
SB235 - vetoed because HB303 and SB234 signed into law
Minnesota HF2619 - adjourned 5/20/02, no carry-over, according to ALEC
- Bill which is apparently moving in the Minnesota house (can't seem to get the
link to work from the website. Try typing in:
Ready for floor debate
- bill which is apparently moving in the Minnesota Senate. Ready for floor debate.
SB2737 - Died in appropriations committee
Mississippi HB1348 -
adjourned 4/14/02, no carry-over, according to ALEC
Missouri HB1771 - next
hearing to be held 4/4/02! - adjourned 5/17/02, no carry-over, according to ALEC
- Passed Senate. Sent to House.
- passed on May 16, 2002. Sent to the governor on May 28.
Signed July 1, 2002. Effective August 28, 2002.
Missouri SB1000 - adjourned 5/17/02, no carry-over, according to ALEC
LB1224 - indefinitely postponed on April 19,
Nevada LB1224 &
Minutes & Critique
of the Nevada State Model Emergency Health Powers Act
Version - signed May 17th
New Jersey AB4060
New Mexico House Joint
Memorial(Resolution)34 - Passed House. Passed Senate.
New Mexico House Joint
- Passed House. Sent to Senate. Withdrawn
from Rules Committee?
New Mexico Senate Joint Memorial(Resolution)62 - Passed
Senate. Sent to House. Passed House.
New York AB9508
New York AB9508A
New York SB5841A
- NY Vaccine Information Center
North Carolina HB1471
North Carolina HB1508 -
committee substitute, in House
Committee on Judiciary as of 6/12/02 -
passed House -
History - senate substitute adopted 8-27-02
North Carolina SB1166
Oklahoma HB2765 - Passed House. Sent to Senate. -
DIED IN GCCA
Island HB7357 -
- sent to the governor June 20,
according to ALEC.
Vetoed by governor, according to ALEC.
Island HB7305 - adjourned,
Rhode Island HB7563 - adjourned, no carry-over
Rhode Island SB2304 - adjourned, no carry-over
Rhode Island SB2865 -
02SB2865 - sent to the governor June 20,
according to ALEC. Vetoed by
governor, according to ALEC.
Dakota HB1304 - already delivered to the
governor - signed by governor
SB2392 - sent to governor
- 2nd Substitute Utah
HB231 Passed House. Sent to Senate.
Passed Senate. -
signed by governor
S298 - passed by both House and Senate. According to Alec in
FINAL VERSION - signed 6/12/02
full history including all amendments NOTE: This bill now
has passed the house unanimously! Now has had third reading in the Senate. Adjourned 3/14/02, no carryover.
AB849 - failed to pass pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1
- additional Wisconsin links
Wisconsin AB849 -MEHPA
Wisconsin AB849 - MEHPA
AB850 passed in the
assembly, sent to Senate (3/7/02)
additional links to assembly activity
- failed to pass pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1
SF0067 - passed Senate, adjourned House, no carryover.
Defeated. - Adjourned 3/13/02, no carry-over,
according to ALEC.
CANADA - BILL C-42: THE
PUBLIC SAFETY ACT
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