autism insurance reform

Missouri Finds 'Negligible' Cost Impact for Autism Insurance Benefits

JEFFERSON CITY (February 5, 2013) -- A Missouri state agency has found that the state's 2010 autism insurance reform law fully ramped up in 2012, yet still produced "negligible" impact on the state's overall... More...

House Passes Bill Extending Coverage to State Employees

SANTA FE (February 1, 2013) -- The state House of Representatives has unanimously approved a bill (HB.22) that would extend coverage under New ... More...

Utah: New Year, New Bill, Same Goal

NEW YORK (February 1, 2013) -- Autism Speaks today formally endorsed S.55, the new Utah autism insurance reform bill, sponsored by Dr. Brian Shiozawa, a Salt La... More...

SB.668 Clears First Hurdle in Senate

HONOLULU (January 30, 2013) -- Hawaii's new autism insurance reform bill, SB-668, cleared the Health, and Commerce and Consumer Protection committee... More...

Norton Reform Bill Clears First Hurdle in House

ST. PAUL (January 30, 2013) -- Autism insurance reform legislation (HF.181) sponsored by R... More...

Autism Speaks: New York ABA Rules 'Ignore' 2011 Reform Law

NEW YORK (January 28, 2013) -- Autism Speaks today issued the following statement in response to new emergency regulations issued by the New York Department of Financial Services regarding the licensure of ABA practitioners:... More...

New Hawaii Insurance Reform Bills Endorsed

NEW YORK (January 28, 2013) -- Autism Speaks today endorsed SB.668 and HB.721, ... More...

Autism Speaks Endorses 2013 Nebraska Autism Insurance Reform Bill

NEW YORK (January 24, 2013) --– Autism Speaks today endorsed LB-505, a new autism insurance reform bill, which would bar state-regul... More...

Steinberg Proposes Five-Year Extension on ABA Coverage

SACRAMENTO (Jan. 23, 2013) -- Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg has introduced a bill (S-126) to extend Californi... More...

Minnesota Task Force Recommends ABA Coverage

ROCHESTER (January 20, 2013) The Post-Bulletin reported on advocate Brad Tra... More...

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