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There are 86 Bills pending in House Health and Human Resources




SB 439Relating to compulsory immunization of school children; exemptions02/25/04
HB 2023Required verification of approved septic or sewage disposal system before connection of public utilities01/14/04
HB 2041Requiring medicaid providers to publicly disclose staffing and performance data01/14/04
HB 2061Relating to the senior citizens prescription drug subsidy program01/14/04
HB 2072Requiring cigarettes and tobacco products be placed behind a counter or other site where access is restricted01/14/04
HB 2095Removing the tax exemption status for certain nonprofit hospitals01/14/04
HB 2099Providing for a pilot project intended to divert low-income residents from early institutionalization01/14/04
HB 2103Relating to the monitoring of nursing home residents through the use of electronic monitoring devices01/14/04
HB 2128Increasing the access to medicines for needy seniors through programs to be administered by the secretary of health and human resources01/14/04
HB 2140Prohibiting certain nursing homes from using state funds for activities unrelated to the provision of health care services01/14/04
HB 2153Creating the Senior Citizens Prescription Drug Subsidy Program01/14/04
HB 2207Providing that the health care authority may not set rates for certain hospitals01/14/04
HB 2217Increasing the health care provider tax on gross receipts of providers of nursing facility services01/14/04
HB 2247Permitting the head of an at-risk family to accept school loans, grants and scholarships without losing assistance while in school01/14/04
HB 2263Creating the "West Virginia Prescription Drug Fair Pricing Act"01/14/04
HB 2265Creating a genetic information privacy act01/14/04
HB 2335Requiring the department of health and human resources to review the pay equity adjustment it made in 199901/14/04
HB 2339Requiring the department of health and human resources to reexamine and focus on positions that did not receive pay equity adjustments in 199901/14/04
HB 2352Providing that medical monitoring may not be awarded against participants in the tobacco master settlement agreement01/14/04
HB 2517Requiring notice of an abortion to be provided to the father of the unborn child01/14/04
HB 2691Authorizing medication administration by unlicensed personnel of nursing homes01/14/04
HB 2759Requiring the state medicaid agency to furnish medicaid recipients monthly itemized statements01/14/04
HB 2820Providing for the adequate staffing of nursing homes and training of nursing home staff01/14/04
HB 2825Changing personal care homes to assisted living residences and deleting provisions of law relating to residential board and care homes01/14/04
HB 2884Requiring nursing homes to publicly post staffing information and granting rights to family councils01/14/04
HB 2885Providing limitations and requirements relative to when crisis pregnancy organizations may render services to women with unplanned or unwanted pregnancies01/14/04
HB 2897Providing that unborn children are eligible for the children's health insurance program01/14/04
HB 2899Providing rape victims with reliable emergency information regarding pregnancy and abortion, and providing those victims with emergency contraception if they desire01/14/04
HB 2900Requiring the collection of statistics relative to abortions performed in the state01/14/04
HB 2901Requiring medical practitioners who perform abortions to estimate the gestational age of the fetus01/14/04
HB 2906Establishing the Collaborative Practice for Emergency Contraception Act01/14/04
HB 2908Creating an emergency contraception education program within the department of health and human resources01/14/04
HB 2922Requiring a physician to receive written consent from at least one parent or legal guardian before an abortion is performed on an unemancipated minor01/14/04
HB 2923Allowing hospitals to perform abortions only if the mother's life is in imminent danger01/14/04
HB 2927Establishing the "Unborn Victims of Violence Act"01/14/04
HB 2928Prohibiting the use of the body of an unborn baby to be used for any medical or scientific experimentation except in certain circumstances01/14/04
HB 2936Prohibiting the performance of any abortion when the woman seeking it is doing so solely on account of the gender of the fetus01/14/04
HB 2937Prohibiting abortions at state college or university medical facilities except when necessary to save the life of the mother01/14/04
HB 2940Making it illegal to transport a minor across state lines to obtain an abortion without written consent by both parents01/14/04
HB 2942Requiring that any person seeking an abortion provide two forms of identification01/14/04
HB 2996Providing when any body part of an unborn child is outside the mother's womb, the child is born, and is considered a citizen of the state01/14/04
HB 3038Requiring all abortions performed during the second or third trimester to be performed in a hospital01/14/04
HB 3040Providing that a woman who obtains an abortion has a cause of action against any physician who causes injury to the woman or the unborn child01/14/04
HB 3041Prohibiting the department of health and human resources from being involved in aiding or assisting any person to obtain an abortion to a greater extent than is required by law01/14/04
HB 3042Prohibiting family planning centers in West Virginia that receive state funding from discussing abortion or abortion referrals01/14/04
HB 3054Allowing properly qualified chiropractors to engage in rehabilitative therapy01/14/04
HB 3072Providing an exemption from mandatory immunizations for good cause or due to religious prohibition01/14/04
HB 3100Prohibiting school employees from counseling, referring, transporting or assisting any student to obtain an abortion01/14/04
HB 3101Exempting from requirements of the medicaid preferred drug list certain patients who have a high risk of hospitalization or institutionalization without appropriate medication01/14/04
HB 3146Requiring the department of health and human resources to implement individual development accounts using the temporary assistance for needy families fund01/14/04
HB 3162Increasing the rate of the tax on cigarettes and reducing the consumer sales tax on food sold for home consumption01/14/04
HB 3176Relating to selection of prescription drugs for inclusion on the medicaid preferred drug list based on safety, effectiveness and clinical outcomes01/14/04
HB 4062Regulating pharmaceutical detailers and requiring licensing of these individuals01/19/04
HB 4080Freeing persons who might use an automated defibrillator on individuals experiencing sudden cardiac arrest from any civil or criminal liability01/20/04
HB 4106Creating the genetic information privacy act01/22/04
HB 4122Prohibiting mandatory overtime for nurses in certain health care facilities01/23/04
HB 4127Permitting paid and volunteer fire departments to place automated external defibrillators on fire trucks and other fire apparatus01/26/04
HB 4296Prohibiting the payment for the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 as a benefit under any health care insurance plan offered by the state to public employees02/04/04
HB 4347Establishing the crime of partial birth infanticide02/06/04
HB 4378Allowing emergency medical personnel the right to practice according to their practice act in any setting02/10/04
HB 4399Providing for substance abuse testing of emergency medical services personnel02/11/04
HB 4410Requiring tobacco manufacturers to file annual reports with the secretary of health and human resources02/11/04
HB 4422Requiring physicians who perform abortions to report whether the male who impregnated the minor female receiving the abortion was eighteen years or older at the time of the impregnation02/12/04
HB 4423Allowing pharmacists and other individuals involved in dispensing medicines to refuse to fill prescriptions or dispense any substance that can be used as part of an abortion-related procedure02/12/04
HB 4496Requiring a woman, prior to an abortion, to have a pregnancy test administered at the facility where the abortion is to be performed02/16/04
HB 4506Providing that neither the state nor any county may reimburse any person or entity for transporting any person to schedule, arrange or procure an abortion02/17/04
HB 4509Prohibiting anyone except a dispensing physician or a licensed pharmacy from acting as a pick-up or drop-off point or intermediary for filling or delivering prescriptions02/17/04
HB 4519West Virginia Medicaid Community Attendant Services and Supports Act02/18/04
HB 4522Adding a new licensed practical nurse classification to school service personnel and to set the pay grade of licensed practical nurses02/18/04
HB 4537Prohibiting the performance of any abortion by any person who has admitted to or who has been adjudicated to having committed medical malpractice02/19/04
HB 4538Exempting certain physicians from obtaining preauthorization before being able to dispense psychotrophic medications to mentally ill medicaid recipient patients02/19/04
HB 4577Requiring physicians and medical institutions to report instances where abortions have been performed due to perceived congenital defects of fetuses02/20/04
HB 4583Requiring medical facilities that provide abortions to administer anesthesia to an unborn fetus when aborted if it is older than seven weeks02/23/04
HB 4589Authorizing collaborative pharmacy practice agreements between pharmacists and physicians and specify requirements for the agreements02/23/04
HB 4591Exempting certain hospitals from the certificate of need regulation02/23/04
HB 4597Exempting certain prescription drugs from the medicaid preferred drug list02/24/04
HB 4611Requiring the department of health and human resources to enforce specific abortion clinic regulations02/25/04
HB 4636Prohibiting the distribution of RU-486 by any administrator, employee or other official of the college or university02/26/04
HB 4638Prohibiting abortions in cases when a fetus is capable of survival outside the mother's womb02/26/04
HB 4663Requiring abortion facilities to have certain written policies and procedures02/26/04
HB 4664Requiring quality assurance standards for facilities which perform abortions02/26/04
HB 4680Prohibiting a business or organization from performing abortions in a public facility02/27/04
HB 4685Requiring medical facilities that provide abortions to warn women seeking an abortion of their increased risk of breast cancer02/27/04
HB 4721Requiring every woman seeking an abortion to be given the opportunity to see an ultrasound image of the fetus02/27/04
HB 4731Ensuring that medical workers have the right to refuse to participate in any abortion-related activity without fear of disciplinary action or dismissal02/27/04
HB 4732Requiring the higher education policy commission to ensure that no person employed by any state institution of higher education performs or participates in or instructs students in how to perform any abortion or abortion procedure02/27/04
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