Delaware SB.22

SB.22 Heads to Gov. Markell Following Unanimous House Approval

DOVER (June 25, 2012) -- The Delaware House of Representatives approved the autism insurance reform bill, SB.22, by unanimous vote. The measure, which would require health plans to cover autism therapies, such as Applied Behavior ... More...

SB.22 Released from Committee, Heads to House Floor for Final Vote

DOVER (June 13, 2012) -- The House Economic Development, Banking, Insurance and Commerce Committee released SB.22, the autism insurance reform bill, for a final floor vote in the House.  The bill would require health plans to... More...

Halfway Home: SB.22 Voted Unanimously Out of Senate

DOVER (June 7, 2012)-- The Senate unanimously approved SB.22, the autism insurance reform bill, and sent the measure to the House of Representatives for further consideration. The vote was 20-0 for the bill, which would require he... More...

SB.22 Clears Senate Finance Committee, Heads to Senate Floor

DOVER (June 6, 2012) -- The Senate Finance Committee approved SB.22, the autism insurance reform bill, and sent it to the full Senate for a floor vote. The committee vote was the first for the bill which would require insurance co... More...

Delaware Advocates Renew Push for SB.22

DOVER (March 28, 2012)-- Autism Delaware, legislative leaders and family advocates renewed the push for SB.22, the autism insurance reform bill, during "Smart Cookie Day" events at Legislative Hall.

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Summary of Delaware 2011 Autism Insurance Reform Bill

The bill would:

 

Require health insurance companies to provide coverage of the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders for individuals age 21 and younger... More...
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