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CTHB06942PassTo allow for a collaborative relationship between physician assistants and physicians.
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2019-07-09
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07198PassTo require any person who uses the title "social worker" to be licensed as a clinical social worker.
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2019-07-09
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07194PassTo implement the Department of Public Health's recommendations regarding public drinking water.
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2019-07-09
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00920PassTo implement the recommendations of the Department of Public Health regarding various revisions to the public health statutes.
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2019-07-09
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07282PassTo require newborn screening for spinal muscular atrophy.
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2019-07-09
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07303PassTo implement various recommendations by the Department of Public Health regarding dental practitioners.
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2019-07-08
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00796PassTo establish a sexual assault forensic examiners program.
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2019-07-01
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00795PassTo protect physicians and other health care professionals who use automated external defibrillators in the scope of their practice or employment against civil liability when the automatic external defibrillator malfunctions.
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2019-07-01
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00919PassTo remove the term "homemaker" in reference to home health aide agencies and services.
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2019-07-01
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00921PassTo update the general statutes to reflect the current scope of practice of advanced practice registered nurses.
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2019-07-01
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06146PassTo expand certification courses in cardiopulmonary resuscitation for lifeguards and education and training courses in the use of automatic external defibrillators and the administration of first aid.
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2019-07-01
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00967PassTo allow a hospital to administer emergency medication to a patient who is a defendant placed in the custody of the Commissioner of Mental Health and Addiction Services without consent if obtaining consent would cause a medically harmful delay.
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2019-07-01
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00375PassTo ensure adequate reporting of the numbers of nursing home staff.
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2019-07-01
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00380PassTo promote mental health and wellness training and suicide prevention for police officers in the state.
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2019-07-01
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06540PassTo increase access to preventative and prophylactic interventions for minors who are at risk of exposure to the human immunodeficiency virus.
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2019-07-01
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00807PassTo make technical revisions to the public health statutes.
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2019-06-28
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00922PassTo allow students to self-apply over-the-counter sunscreen products while in school prior to engaging in outdoor activities.
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2019-06-26
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00394PassTo ensure quality health care for women.
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2019-06-26
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06522PassTo permit continuing medical education in risk management to include screening for inflammatory breast cancer and gastrointestinal cancers, including colon, gastric, pancreatic and neuroendocrine cancers and other rare gastrointestinal tumors.
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2019-06-21
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07200PassTo prohibit the sale of cigarettes, tobacco products, electronic nicotine delivery systems and vapor products to persons under age twenty-one.
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2019-06-18
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00706PassTo increase access to epinephrine auto injectors.
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2019-06-13
Signed by the Governor
CTSB01101EngrossTo require a review of any improvements to the operations, conditions, culture and finances of Whiting Forensic Hospital and Connecticut Valley Hospital.
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2019-06-03
House Calendar Number 721
CTSB00393EngrossTo require the Department of Developmental Services to use up-to-date medical assessment policies and consult with families, providers and advocates for persons with intellectual disability in its level of need assessment.
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2019-06-01
House Calendar Number 689
CTHB05444EngrossTo require the licensure of art therapists.
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2019-05-31
File Number 1019
CTHB07132EngrossTo require the licensure of professional counselor associates and marital and family therapist associates.
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2019-05-31
File Number 1024
CTHB05145EngrossTo establish regional behavioral health action organizations and to study the efficacy of such organizations and make recommendations concerning their services.
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2019-05-31
Senate Calendar Number 654
CTSB00047EngrossTo protect the public's health by banning asbestos.
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2019-05-24
House Calendar Number 656
CTSB00859EngrossTo require the establishment of a certification program for community health workers.
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2019-05-22
House Calendar Number 648
CTHB07278EngrossTo permit the provision of mobile integrated health care in the state.
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2019-05-22
File Number 970
CTHB07301EngrossTo allow the Department of Public Health to have remote access to electronic medical records of hospitals that involve reportable diseases, emergency illnesses and health conditions or reportable tumors.
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2019-05-22
File Number 971
CTHB06530EngrossTo require that all state-owned or leased buildings contain at least one centrally located automatic external defibrillator and one person trained in the use of an automatic external defibrillator available in the event of an emergency.
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2019-05-22
File Number 961
CTSB00388EngrossTo address the needs of the intersex community who have suffered from discrimination and inaccurate documentation of their sex by providing relief from such issues.
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2019-05-22
House Calendar Number 643
CTSB00004IntroTo require a study of the public health impact of people not taking their prescription medications, or not taking them as directed, because they cannot afford to pay for them.
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2019-05-21
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
CTHB07070EngrossTo prohibit deceptive advertising practices by limited services pregnancy centers.
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2019-05-20
File Number 936
CTSB00372IntroTo provide additional resources to those providing care to adult children with intellectual disability.
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2019-05-15
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
CTSB00096IntroTo determine how to expand access to primary care in the state.
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2019-05-13
No Action
CTSB00923EngrossTo allow behavior analysts to participate in the professional assistance program for regulated professionals.
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2019-05-13
House Calendar Number 580
CTHB06364IntroTo allow ambulance services to transport a state or local law enforcement K9 to an emergency animal hospital when the law enforcement K9 is injured in the line of duty.
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2019-05-13
No Action
CTHB07196IntroTo implement the Department of Public Health's recommendation to require persons to wear seat belts in all positions of a vehicle.
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2019-05-10
To Joint Transportation Committee
CTHB05910IntroTo limit the use of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances in food packaging and firefighting foam.
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2019-05-10
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTSB01058EngrossTo require tattoo technicians to comply with the infection prevention and control plan guidelines prescribed by the Commissioner of Public Health and to require student tattoo technicians to complete minimum educational requirements under a supervisi...
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2019-04-29
House Calendar Number 516
CTSB00377IntroTo prohibit noncompete clauses in physician employment contracts.
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2019-04-22
No Action
CTHB07197IntroTo label consumer products containing flame retardants and to restrict the use of flame retardants in children's products.
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2019-04-17
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTHB07302IntroTo require a study of the implications of the state ratifying and approving the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact.
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2019-04-17
File Number 695
CTHB06544IntroTo require direct-to-consumer genetic testing companies to keep consumer genetic data confidential.
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2019-04-17
File Number 682
CTSB01057IntroTo combat opioid use disorder in the state.
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2019-04-17
File Number 731
CTHB06128IntroTo allow an exemption from the continuing medical education requirements for persons licensed or certified as emergency medical services personnel, but who are not employed as emergency medical services personnel.
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2019-04-15
File Number 652
CTSB01005IntroTo (1) make technical revisions to distinguish references to emergency medical service organizations and personnel, (2) allow ambulance services to add a branch location, and (3) require emergency medical services personnel to initiate, renew and mai...
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2019-04-10
File Number 600
CTHB06368IntroTo reduce municipal costs for emergency medical services by allowing the administration of epinephrine without automatic prefilled cartridge injectors.
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2019-04-04
File Number 400
CTHB07133IntroTo require epidemiological investigations upon receipt of certain confirmed venous blood lead levels.
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2019-04-02
To Joint Appropriations Committee
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