This Week in the States

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This Week in the States



FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 24, 2018

FIVE STATE LEGISLATURES ARE MEETING ACTIVELY THIS WEEK

Also meeting: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

GROUPS

The Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee will hold its Fall Policy Conference September 24-25 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Johnathan Lozier at jbl@stateside.com

The Republican Governors Association will hold its Corporate Policy Summit September 24-25 in Charleston, South Carolina.

Steve Arthur at sca@stateside.com

The Republican Lieutenant Governors Association will hold its Policy Retreat September 25-27 in Sea Island, Georgia.

Kiley Smith at kds@stateside.com

The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials will hold its Policy Summit & Annual Meeting September 25-27 in Alexandria, Virginia.

Robert Holden at rah@stateside.com

The American Legislative Exchange Council will hold its 45th Anniversary Gala September 26 in Washington, D.C.

Michael Behm at mjb@stateside.com

The National Association of State Treasurers will hold its Annual Conference September 30- October 3 in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Meghan Holihan at msh@stateside.com

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CALIFORNIA

The Air Resources Board will accept comments until September 24 regarding the proposed Innovative Clean Transit rule.

Melissa Martin at mpf@stateside.com

LOUISIANA

The Bureau of Health Services Financing will hold a public hearing September 27 regarding the proposed repeal and replacement of rules affecting Medicaid reimbursement for inpatient hospital services.

Nick Colombo at nac@stateside.com

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NEVADA

The Legislative Committee on Health Care will meet September 24 to receive a presentation on the role of pharmacy benefit managers in the prescription drug supply chain, pricing and cost to the state as well as a presentation on establishing a Medicaid buy-in program from Assemblymember Michael Sprinkle (D).

Thomas Waldrop at tw1@stateside.com

NEW HAMPSHIRE

The Department of Health and Human Services will hold a public hearing September 27 regarding a proposed rule clarifying current best practices related to substance use disorder services.

Brian LeFort at bl@stateside.com

NEW MEXICO

The Courts, Corrections and Justice Committee will meet September 24 and 25 to discuss motor vehicle dealers franchising.

Anna Trevino at apt@stateside.com

The Human Services Department will hold a public hearing September 26 regarding proposed amendments to the managed care rules.

Melissa Martin at mpf@stateside.com

OHIO

The Medical Board will accept comments until September 26 regarding proposed amendments to physician assistant rules relating to prescriptive authority.

Melissa Martin at mpf@stateside.com



OREGON

The House Interim Committee on Energy and Environment will meet September 24 to hear testimony from the Director and Policy Analyst at the State Department of Energy to report on the 2017 S.B. 334, a measure that required the State Department of Energy to maintain and develop an inventory of biogas and renewable natural gas.

Alice Brumfield at arb@stateside.com

PENNSYLVANIA

The Senate Education Committee will hold a public hearing September 25 regarding S.R. 292, which directs the Joint State Government Commission to study the issue of immunization policies for students residing at institutions of higher education, conduct a comprehensive analysis of compliance with existing immunization requirements, examine the need for updating immunization policies, suggest options for enhancing voluntary immunization rates for students and report its findings.

Ryan Reynolds at rhr@stateside.com

WASHINGTON

The Department of Ecology will hold public hearings September 26 and 28 regarding proposed amendments addressing hazardous waste regulations, with the exception of dangerous waste pharmaceuticals.

Kenneth Keller at kck@stateside.com

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