Alaska Bill History

June 13, 2012: Alaska becomes 31st state to enact autism insurance reform as Governor Parnell returns bill to Legislature without his signature

April 15, 2012: Senate Bill 74 clears House Rules Committee and is voted out of House 36-3. Senate votes 18-0 to concur with House amendments. Bill sent to Governor.

April 14, 2012: Senate Bill 74 voted out of House Health & Social Services Committee

February 22, 2012: Senate Bill 74 approved 14-5 by the Senate

April 16, 2011:  Senate Bill 74 passed the Senate Labor and Commerce Commitee and now heads to the Rules Committee.

March 30, 2011: Autism insurance reform bill, Senate Bill 74,  passed  the Senate Health & Social Services Committee.

January 28, 2011: Autism insurance reform bill, Senate Bill 74, introduced in the State Senate. The bill is referred to the Senate Health & Social Services Committee.

January 18, 2011: Autism insurance reform bill, House Bill 79, introduced in the House.  The bill is referred to the House Health & Social Services Committee.

April 18, 2010: Legislative session ends without passage of autism insurance reform.  Make sure to sign up to Stay Informed for the 2011 session!

March 15, 2010: Senate Health & Social Services Committee holds hearing on SB 250.  No vote.

February 1, 2010: Autism insurance reform bill, Senate Bill 250, introduced in the State Senate. The bill is referred to the Senate Health & Social Services Committee.

January 28, 2010: House Health & Social Services Committee holds hearing on HB 187.  No vote.

May 12, 2009: 2009 legislative session ends without passage of HB 187.

March 24, 2009: House Health & Social Services Committee holds hearing on HB 187.  No vote is taken. 

March 12, 2009: Autism insurance reform bill, House Bill 187, introduced in the Alaska House by Representative Pete Petersen and referred to the House Health and Social Services, Labor and Commerce Committee for review.