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Arkansas Bill History

March 4, 2011: HB 1315 signed into law by Governor Mike Beebe!

March 2, 2011: HB 1315 passes the Senate by unanimous vote.

March 1, 2011: HB 1315 voted out of Senate Insurance and Commerce Committee; heads to to the Senate floor.

February 24, 2011: HB 1315 passes the House; heads to the Senate Insurance and Commerce Committee. 

February 22, 2011: HB 1315 amended by the House Committee on Public Welfare and returned to the House floor.

February 18, 2011: HB 1315 sent back to the House Committee on Public Welfare for amendments.

February 15, 2011: HB 1315 passed by the House Committee on Public Health, Welfare, and Labor; sent to the House floor.

February 3, 2011: Autism insurance reform bill, House Bill 1315, introduced; referred to the House Committee on Public Health, Welfare and Labor.

March 9, 2010: 2010 legislative session ends without passage of autism insurance reform.

2009 Legislative session ends without passage of autism insurance reform.

April 1, 2009: SB 913 passes unanimously in the Senate!

March 31, 2009: SB 913 voted out of the Senate Insurance & Commerce Committee; heads to the Senate floor.

March 26, 2009: Hearing held on SB 913 in the Senate Insurance & Commerce Committee. No vote is taken.

March 17, 2009: SB 913 amended

March 9, 2009: Autism insurance reform bill, Senate Bill 913, introduced by Senator Mary Anne Salmon.