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HB 1101 - Workers' Compensation - Medical Presumptions and Study
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Tracking Level: Oppose
Sponsor: Speaker, The
Last Action: 5/22/2012 - Approved by the Governor - - Chapter 445
House Committee: House Committee on Economic Matters
Senate Committee: Senate Committee on Finance
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Staff Analysis of the Legislation

Related Documents
4/4/2012Testimony - Click to View
2/29/2012Testimony - Click to View

Bill Summary from the State Site - Click for the State Summary Page / Click for Current Full Text
BILL INFO-2012 Regular Session-HB 1101
2012 Regular Session

HOUSE BILL 1101

File Code: Workers' Compensation Crossfiled with: SENATE BILL 949
Sponsored By:
The Speaker (By Request - Administration) and Delegates Barkley, Barnes, Guzzone, Hucker, Ivey, Malone, McHale, Ross, Valentino-Smith, and Vaughn
Entitled:
Workers' Compensation - Medical Presumptions and Study

Synopsis:

Altering the diseases and cancers that are considered occupational diseases suffered in the line of duty and are compensable in a specified manner; requiring the Department of Legislative Services, with the agreement of specified stakeholders, to contract with a specified individual to study specified types of cancers that specified individuals may contract in the line of duty; providing for the purpose of the study; providing that any funding needed for the study shall be from sources other than the Department; etc.

History by Legislative and Calendar Date

Legislative date is used to record history occurring in the Chambers otherwise Calendar date is used. For explanation of terms click here.
House Action
2/10
First Reading Economic Matters
2/14
Hearing 2/29 at 1:00 p.m.
3/24

Favorable with Amendments Report by Economic Matters
3/21
Favorable with Amendments {233290/1 Report Adopted
Special Order until 3/26 (Delegate Jameson) Adopted
3/22
Special Order until later today (Delegate Busch) Adopted
Floor Committee Amendment {843192/2 Adopted
Second Reading Passed with Amendments
3/23
Third Reading Passed (96-34)
4/5
House Concur - Senate Amendments
Third Reading Passed (101-33)
Passed Enrolled
Senate Action
3/22
First Reading Finance
3/28
Hearing 4/4 at 1:00 p.m.
4/7
Favorable with Amendments Report by Finance
4/2
Favorable with Amendments {477270/1 Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed with Amendments
4/3
Third Reading Passed with Amendments (42-5)
Action after passage in House and Senate
5/22
Approved by the Governor
- Chapter 445

Sponsored by:

Speaker, The
Administration
Delegate Charles Barkley, District 39
Delegate Ben Barnes, District 21
Delegate Guy Guzzone, District 13
Delegate Tom Hucker, District 20
Delegate Jolene Ivey, District 47
Delegate James E. Malone, Jr., District 12A
Delegate Brian K. McHale, District 46
Delegate Justin D. Ross, District 22
Delegate Geraldine Valentino-Smith, District 23A
Delegate Michael L. Vaughn, District 24

Bill indexed under the following Subjects:

Counties -see also- Chartered Counties; Code Counties
Diseases -see also- AIDS; Rabies
Emergency Medical Services
Fire Protection
Legislative Services, Department of
Notices
Records -see also- Land Records; Vital Records
Reports
Rescue Squads -see also- Ambulances; Emergency Medical Serv.
Workers' Compensation

Bill affects the following Statute:

Labor and Employment
( 9-503 )

Documents

All documents except Roll Call Votes are displayed in PDF format:
Bill Text: First Reading, Third Reading, Enrolled, Chapter
Fiscal and Policy Note: Available
Amendments:
House
Number: 233290/01     Offered on: March 24, 2012   at: 1:25 p.m.     Status: Adopted
Number: 843192/02     Offered on: March 26, 2012   at: 5:03 p.m.     Status: Adopted
Senate
Number: 477270/01     Offered on: April 7, 2012   at: 4:31 p.m.     Status: Adopted
Committee Votes :
House
Economic Matters
Senate
Finance
Roll Call Votes (Legislative dates are shown):
House
March 23, 2012: Third Reading Passed (96-34)
April 5, 2012: Third Reading Passed (101-33)
Senate
April 3, 2012: Third Reading Passed (42-5)