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There are 41 Bills pending in House Banking and Insurance




HB 2037Requiring insurance coverage of reconstructive and cosmetic surgery for injuries received from acts of domestic violence01/12/98
HB 2039Eliminating the seventy-five percent participation requirement currently required for group insurance policies when the policy premium is partly or wholly paid by the employee01/12/98
HB 2057Removing the family purpose doctrine provision from motor vehicle liability policies01/12/98
HB 2109Creating a reinsurance pool for persons unable to qualify for insurance because of illnesses or physical conditions01/12/98
HB 2116Requiring insurance coverage of reconstructive surgery following mastectomy surgery01/12/98
HB 2151Requiring a mandatory ten thousand dollars in medical pay coverage for certain motor vehicle insurance policies01/12/98
HB 2219Providing a ten percent discount on insurance policies for homes with sprinkler systems01/12/98
HB 2266Creating a panel to review proposed legislation and existing law regarding mandated health benefits01/12/98
HB 2300Prohibiting health maintenance organizations from placing restrictions on communications between health care providers and patients01/12/98
HB 2310Prohibiting auto insurers from developing premium rates by territories and requiring the same to be developed statewide01/12/98
HB 2416Reduction of insurance premiums for school bus operators and drivers' education instructors01/12/98
HB 2431Women's Access to Health Care Act01/12/98
HB 2558Providing that an insured individual's motor vehicle coverage is primary when a claim arises from the operation of a vehicle owned by a certain person, firm or corporation01/12/98
HB 2568Requiring certain health insurance policy language01/12/98
HB 2618Relating to insurance demolition proceeds01/12/98
HB 2636Reduction of payments to health maintenance organizations by PEIA and relating to enrollment periods, shopper's guides and surveys01/12/98
HB 2661Requiring secondary notice of nonpayment of insurance premiums before termination01/12/98
HB 2693Providing a fifteen percent discount to automobile insureds who have not filed a claim for five years or longer01/12/98
HB 2757Providing that certain advanced nurse practitioners may serve in lieu of an HMO subscriber's primary care physician01/12/98
HB 2763Prohibiting insurance companies from discriminating on rates charged for drivers under the age of eighteen years01/12/98
HB 2808Requiring that insurance demolition proceeds be placed in escrow01/12/98
HB 4026Injured Consumers Bill of Legal Rights and Civil Justice Reform Act01/19/98
HB 4041Requiring insurance coverage of breast reconstruction following mastectomy surgery01/20/98
HB 4095Modernizing the licensure and regulation of the sale of checks and money orders01/26/98
HB 4269Requiring HMOs, PEIA insurance coverages and group health coverages to provide equal payment coverage for prescription drugs02/05/98
HB 4270Providing a personal income tax credit for long-term health care insurance premiums02/05/98
HB 4315Allowing the formation of provider sponsored organizations to offer coordinated care plans02/09/98
HB 4318Deleting the requirement that the attorney general have knowledge of and give consent to settlements negotiated by the state board of insurance02/09/98
HB 4322Allowing certain unemployed, uninsured persons to purchase insurance through PEIA and allowing certain corporate employers to receive coverage02/10/98
HB 4478Providing a procedure when there is a proposed settlement for the policy limits to the underinsured motorist carrier02/18/98
HB 4485Requiring insurance coverage for the treatment of serious mental illness02/19/98
HB 4519Relating to uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance coverage02/23/98
HB 4520Permitting movement of policies between companies within the same insurance group02/23/98
HB 4593Certain advanced nurse practitioners entitled to receive medicaid payments02/27/98
HB 4600Limited insurance license for private passenger vehicle rental companies02/27/98
HB 4638Limiting bank ATM transaction fees02/27/98
HB 4650Removing the physical contact requirement under the uninsured motorist statute02/27/98
HB 4662Establishing uniform automobile insurance premium rates02/27/98
HB 4670Insurance discounts on certain policies based on volunteer fire department fees02/27/98
HB 4672Enacting a patient protection act02/27/98
HB 4673Relating to additional drivers on automobile insurance policies02/27/98
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