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There are 16 Bills pending in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse




HB 2330Prohibiting the sale of paraphernalia designed or marketed for use with controlled substances01/10/18
HB 2425Authorizing licensees authorized to sell growlers of nonintoxicating beer to offer complimentary samples01/10/18
HB 2614Prohibiting health care practitioners from knowingly and in bad faith prescribing or administering drugs01/10/18
HB 2648Increasing penalties for manufacturing or transportation of a controlled substance in the presence of a minor01/10/18
HB 4172Establishing a crisis line and mobile application for the public to combat the crisis in this state posed by substance abuse01/18/18
HB 4227Relating generally to drug control01/19/18
HB 4254Placing a seven-day supply limitation on the amount of Schedule II drugs which can be lawfully prescribed01/23/18
HB 4263Reducing the use of opiates01/23/18
HB 4443Requiring bail bondsman and bail bond enforcer be subject to random drug testing02/06/18
HB 4514Making it a felony to knowingly house drug traffickers02/13/18
HB 4533Making it a misdemeanor for a person to knowingly allow a felony drug offense to be committed on his or her property02/13/18
HB 4543Imposing a special excise tax on Schedule II controlled drugs02/13/18
HB 4561appoint the Attorney General or an assistant of Relating to the Attorney General as a special prosecutor to enforce provisions of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act02/13/18
HB 4589Authorizing magistrates to order emergency removal of child when parent’s drug use creates unsafe environment02/13/18
HB 4596Relating to terminating parental rights if an infant has tested positive for a Schedule I drug02/13/18
HB 4611The Ryan Brown Addiction Prevention and Recovery Fund Act02/13/18
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