Vermont Bill History
May 16, 2012: Governor Shumlin signs S.223 into law
April 28, 2012: Senate concurs with House amendments; bill sent to Governor Shumlin
April 19, 2012: House amends, approves S.223; returned to Senate for concurrence
March 29, 2012: S.223 approved unanimously by Senate; referred to House
March 22, 2012: Senate Appropriations Committee approves S.223; bill moves to Senate floor
March 16, 2012: Senate Finance Committee approves S.223, removes $50,000 annual cap on ABA
March 2, 2012: S.223 voted out of Senate Health and Welfare Committee with amendments
Feb. 1, 2012: H.736 expansion bill introduced in the House and referred to House Health Committee
Jan. 3, 2012: Expansion bill S.223 introduced in the Senate to require coverage above the age of 6; referred to Senate Health and Welfare Committee
May 27, 2010: Governor Douglas signs S. 262 into law! Vermont becomes the 20th state in the country to enact autism insurance reform legislation!
May 7, 2010: Senate passes amended version of S. 262! The bill is now on its way to the Governor to be signed into law.
May 6, 2010: S. 262 is passed by the House in unanimous vote. The bill was amended to include a provision requiring insurance coverage of early intervention therapies.
May 5, 2010: S. 262 is passed by the House Committee on Appropriations. The bill now head to the House floor!
May 5, 2010: S. 626 is amended passed out of the House Health Care Committee by a vote of 10-0-1. The bill is referred to the House Committee on Appropriations.
March 23, 2010: S. 262 is passed by the Senate. The bill now heads to the House Committee on Health Care.
March 19, 2010: S. 262 is amended and passed by the Senate Finance Committee. The amendment to the bill change the bill to legilation for the study of the autism insurance reform issue.
January 5, 2010: Autism insurance reform bill, S. 262, introduced by State Senators Carris and Campbell.