This Week in the States

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This Week in the States



FOR THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 26, 2018

FOUR STATE LEGISLATURES ARE MEETING ACTIVELY THIS WEEK.

Also meeting: GUAM and PUERTO RICO.

GROUPS

The Conference of Western Attorneys General will hold its Winter Dinner November 27 in Charleston, South Carolina.

Steve Arthur at sca@stateside.com

The Midwestern Governors Association will hold its Midwestern Grid Division: Challenges of Integrating Grid Scale Wind, Solar and New Technologies Meeting November 28-29 in Des Moines, Iowa.

Meghan Holihan at msh@stateside.com

The National Association of Attorneys General will hold its Fall Meeting November 28-29 in Charleston, South Carolina.

Steve Arthur at sca@stateside.com

The Republican Governors Association will hold its Annual Conference November 28-29 in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Steve Arthur at sca@stateside.com

The American Legislative Exchange Council will hold its States and Nation Policy Summit November 28-30 in Washington, D.C.

Michael Behm at mjb@stateside.com

The National Lieutenant Governors Association will hold its Business and New Elect Meeting November 28-30 in Alexandria, Virginia.

Mark Anderson at mda@stateside.com

The National Black Caucus of State Legislators will hold its Annual Legislative Conference November 28-December 1 in New York, New York.

Meghan Holihan at msh@stateside.com

The State Legislative Leaders Foundation will hold its US-China Sub National Legislatures Cooperation Forum and SLLF Board Meeting and Leadership Roundtable November 28-December 1 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Michael Behm at mjb@stateside.com

The NewDEAL will hold its Annual Leadership Conference November 29-30 in Washington, D.C.

Johnathan Lozier at jbl@stateside.com

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CALIFORNIA

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will meet November 27 to consider an ordinance prohibiting businesses that serve food and/or beverages in the unincorporated areas of the County from automatically providing straws or stirrers to customers.

Peter Finn at pf@stateside.com

The House Select Committee on Career Technical Education and Building a 21st Century Workforce is scheduled to meet on November 27 to discuss the career technical education climate of the state, as it relates to the need for more skilled workers in the career technical field.

Samuel Gundlach at sdg@stateside.com

The Building Standards Commission will accept comments until November 29 regarding proposed amendments to the State Building Standards.

Melissa Martin at mpf@stateside.com

FLORIDA

The Agency for Health Care Administration will hold a public hearing November 28 regarding drafted rules concerning behavioral health services, including a rule concerning behavioral health medication management services.

Becky Lukaesko at bml@stateside.com

IOWA

The Joint Health Policy Oversight Committee will meet November 30 to discuss Medicaid Managed Care.

Andrew O'Connor at aso@stateside.com

KENTUCKY

The Division of Certificate of Need will accept comments until November 30 regarding proposed amendments to a certificate of need regulation.

Nick Colombo at nac@stateside.com

LOUISIANA

The Department of Health will hold a public hearing November 29 regarding proposed rule amendments to implement provisions of the Nurse Licensure Compact. 

Nick Colombo at nac@stateside.com

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MICHIGAN

The Senate Finance Committee will hold a public hearing November 27 regarding S.B. 1170, which provides for a entity flow-through tax.

Ryan Gleason at rmg@stateside.com

NEVADA

The Senate Committee on Economic Development and International Investment will hold a public hearing November 29 regarding H.B. 6064, which relates to economic development incentives and establishes the State Strategic Fund and Rural Development Fund Program for the purpose of providing funding to create rural jobs.

Ryan Gleason at rmg@stateside.com

NEW JERSEY

The Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee will hold a public hearing November 26 regarding A.B. 10, which establishes protections from adverse employment actions for qualifying patients. 

Alice Brumfield at arb@stateside.com

The Board of Public Utilities will accept comments until November 30 regarding proposed new rules to establish a Community Solar Energy Pilot Program. 

Melissa Martin at mpf@stateside.com

OHIO

The House Insurance Committee will hold a public hearing November 28 regarding S.B. 227, which requires health plan issuers to release certain claim information to group plan policyholders. 

Andrew O'Connor at aso@stateside.com

The Senate Committee on Transportation, Commerce and Workforce will hold a public hearing November 28 regarding S.B. 38, which prohibits an employer from failing to designate an individual who performs a service for the employer as an employee unless an exemption from the definition of "employee" applies to that individual. 

Anna Trevino at apt@stateside.com

OREGON

The Department of Environmental Quality will hold a public hearing November 28 regarding proposed amendments to Greenhouse Gas rules.

Amy Cole at amc@stateside.com

VIRGINIA

The Joint Subcommittee for Health and Human Resources Oversight is scheduled to meet on November 26 to receive updates on the Certificate of Public Need study from the manager of the Education, Health, Social Services, and Special Projects section of the State Division of Legislative Services and on the status of the 1115 waiver (Virginia COMPASS) application from the Director of the State Department of Medical Assistance Services.

Thomas Waldrop at tw1@stateside.com

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