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West Virginia Bill History

April 2, 2012: Gov. Tomblin signs HB.4260

March 10, 2012: House concurs with Senate amendments, sends bill to Gov. Tomblin

March 9, 2012: Senate approves HB.4260 by a 32-0 vote, returns bill to House to concur with amendments 

February 23, 2012: HB.4260 approved 96-0 in House

January 23, 2012: HB.4260 introduced in House to correct flaws incorporated in 2011 law

April 1, 2011: HB 2693 signed into law by Governor Earl Ray Tomblin making West Virginia the 25th State to enact meaningful autism insurance reform.

March 12, 2011: HB 2693 amended and passed by the full legislature. You can read the final version of the bill  here. The bill now heads to Governor Tomblin's desk for signature into law.

March 11, 2011: HB 2693 amended and passed by the Senate.  The bill must go back to the House for concurrence.

March 10, 2011: HB 2693 passed by the full Senate Finance Committee in unanimous vote! The bill now heads to the Senate floor. 

March 8, 2011: HB 2693 passed by Senate Finance Subcommittee.  The bill now heads to the full Finance Committee.

February 10, 2011: HB 2693 amended and passed by House in vote of 96-1.

February 8, 2011: SB 218 passed by the full Senate Banking and Insurance Committee

February 4, 2011: HB 2693 is amended and passed by House Finance Committee.  The bill now heads to the House floor.

February 1, 2011: SB 218 passed by the Senate Banking and Insurance Subcommittee.  The bill now heads to the full Banking and Insurance Committee.

January 26, 2011: HB 2693 passed by House Judiciary Committee.  Bill is referred to House Finance Committee.

January 20, 2011: Autism insurance reform bill, House Bill 2693, introduced in State House. HB 2693 is companion bill of SB 218. Bill is referred to House Judiciary Committee.

January 19, 2011: Autism Insurance Reform bills, Senate Bill 218,  introduced in State Senate.  Bill is referred to Senate Banking and Insurance Committee.