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Montana Bill History

January 1, 2010: The Montana autism insurance reform bill, SB 234, goes into effect!

May 5, 2009: Governor Brian Schweitzer signs SB 234 into law

April 9, 2009: SB 234 passes its third reading in the House in a vote of 75 to 24! The bill now heads to the Governor for signature into law!

April 8, 2009: SB 234 passed its second reading on the House floor and was amended.  The bill now goes to its third reading on the House floor.

April 2, 2009: SB 234 was passed by the House Appropriations Committee in a vote of 18 to 2.

April 1, 2009: The State House Appropriations Committee held a hearing on SB 234.  No vote was taken.

March 25, 2009: SB 234 passed on the Senate floor in a vote of 36-14! The bill now heads to the House Appropriations Committee.

March 23, 2009: SB 234 passed by the State Senate Finance & Claims Committee in a vote of 11 to 8.  The bill no heads to the Senate floor for a vote!

March 9, 2009: State Senate Finance & Claims Committee holds hearing on Brandon's Bill. No vote is taken.

February 23, 2009: Brandon's Bill is passed on the Senate Floor in a vote of 35 to 14. Bill is referred to the State Senate Finance & Claims Committee.

February 17, 2009: Brandon's Bill passed by Montana Senate Business, Labor, and Economic Affairs Committee in a vote of 6 to 5.  Bill is amended in Committee.

January 15, 2009: Autism insurance reform bill, Senate Bill 234 or "Brandon's Bill," introduced by State Senator Kim Gillan