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Nevada Bill History

May 29, 2009: AB 162 signed into law by Governor Jim Gibbons!

May 23, 2009: State Assembly passes amended version of AB 162. The enrolled bill now heads to the Governor's desk for signature into law.

May 22, 2009: AB 162 was passed by the State Senate.  The bill was amended and now heads back to the Assembly for concurrence.

May 20, 2009: AB 162 was discussed in a third reading on the Senate floor. No vote was taken.  Discussion of the bill was moved to the next legislative day. 

May 19, 2009: AB 162 passes its second reading on the Senate floor.  It now heads to its third and final reading.

May 13, 2009: AB 162 is heard for a second time by the Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor. The bill is amended and passed.

May 1, 2009: AB 162 is heard by the Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor. No vote is held. 

April 21, 2009: AB 162 is passed by the Assembly in a vote of 39 to 2! The bill now heads to the Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor.

April 10, 2009: AB 162 is amended 

April 9, 2009: AB 162 passed by Assembly Commerce & Labor Committee in vote of 11 to 2.  The bill is sent to the Assembly floor.

March 9, 2009: Hearing on AB 162 held in Assembly Commerce & Labor Committee.  No vote is taken.

February 12, 2009: Autism insurance reform bill, Assembly Bill 162, intorduced in State Assembly by Assemblyman James Ohrenschall.  Bill is referred to the Commerce & Labor Committee.