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Five Autism Bills Head to Senate Floor

SACRAMENTO (May 24, 2013) -- Five bills designed to improve the operation of Regional Centers have been voted out of the state Senate Appropriations Committee and sent to the Senate floor.

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Minnesota Makes It 33, Gov. Dayton Signs Autism Insurance Reform Bill

ST. PAUL  (May 23, 2013) -- Governor Mark Dayton signed legislation today making Minnesota the 33rd state to enact autism insurance reform, improving access to essential autism therapies, such as ABA, to 750,000 state re... More...

Texas Legislature Votes to End Insurance Age Caps

AUSTIN (May 20, 2013) -- The Texas House of Representatives approved and sent Gov. Rick Perry a bill that would eliminate age caps for receiving autism insurance benefits. Perry signed the 2007 bill that made Texas just the third ... More...

Minnesota On Track to Enact Autism Insurance Reform

ST. PAUL (May 18, 2013) -- The Minnesota Legislature has sent Governor Mark Dayton a bill that would make Minnesota the 33rd state, and the first in 2013, to enact autism insurance reform. The reforms are included in an omni... More...

California Senate Approves 5-Year Extension on Autism Law

SACRAMENTO (May 16, 2013) -- The California Senate voted 36-0 to extend the state's 2011 autism insurance reform law, which is set to expire next year, until 2019. Sponsored by Seante President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg, ... More...

NC Autism Insurance Bill Sails Out of House, On to the Senate

RALEIGH (May 15, 2013) -- The North Carolina House of Representatives voted 105-7 for a bill that would require state-regulated health insurers to cover common autism therapies, including ABA. The measure moves next to the Senate.... More...

Texas Bill Eliminating Age Caps Heads to Final Vote

AUSTIN (May 14, 2013) -- The Texas House Insurance Committee approved 6-0 a bill that would eliminate the current age 10 cap for receiving autism insurance benefits. Already approved by the Senate, SB.1484 now heads to the Ho... More...

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