This Week in the States

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For the Week of May 21, 2018

16 state legislatures are meeting actively this week.

Also meeting: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA and PUERTO RICO.

Groups

The National Association of Attorneys General will hold its Spring Consumer Protection Meeting May 21-23 in Washington, D.C. Steve Arthur at sca@stateside.com

The Southern States Energy Board will hold its Committee on Clean Coal Energy Policies and Technologies Meeting May 21-22 in Kingsport, Tennessee. Mark Anderson at mda@stateside.com

The Republican Governors Association will hold its Corporate Policy Summit May 22-23 in New York, New York. Steve Arthur at sca@stateside.com

The National Association of Counties will hold its Western Interstate Region Conference May 23-25 in Sun Valley, Idaho. Michael Behm at mjb@stateside.com

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ARKANSAS

The gubernatorial primary election will be held May 22. Thomas Waldrop at tw1@stateside.com

The primary election for Attorney General will be held May 22. Thomas Waldrop at tw1@stateside.com

CALIFORNIA

The Assembly Committee on Appropriations will hold a public hearing May 23 regarding A.B. 2861, which requires the Department of Health Care Services to allow a provider to receive Medicaid reimbursement for substance use disorder services provided via telehealth. Thomas Waldrop at tw1@stateside.com

GEORGIA

The gubernatorial primary election will be held May 22. Holly Yanai at hby@stateside.com

The primary election for Attorney General will be held May 22. Holly Yanai at hby@stateside.com

ILLINOIS

The Senate Telecommunications and Information Technology Committee will hold a public hearing May 23 regarding H.B. 4081, which creates the Call Center Worker and Consumer Protection Act. Ryan Gleason at rmg@stateside.com

INDIANA

The Office of the Secretary of Family and Social Services will hold a public hearing May 24 regarding a proposed rule relating to home health durable medical equipment. Brian LeFort at bl@stateside.com

MICHIGAN

The Board of Pharmacy will accept comments until May 23 regarding proposed amendments to rules related to controlled substances. Madison Hetzner at mah@stateside.com

MINNESOTA

The Legislature is scheduled to adjourn May 21. Jennifer Janson at jtj@stateside.com

NEW HAMPSHIRE

The Legislature is scheduled to adjourn May 24. Jared Reynolds at jar@stateside.com

NEW JERSEY

The Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee will hold a public hearing May 21 regarding S.B. 954, which enters the State in the Nurse Licensure Compact – a multistate compact that establishes a mutual recognition system for the licensure of registered professional nurses and licensed practical nurses. Sarah Lanford at sdl@stateside.com

OREGON

The Board of Pharmacy will hold a public hearing May 23 regarding adopted temporary rule amendments and proposed permanent changes pertaining to the opiate epidemic. Amy Cole at amc@stateside.com

PENNSYLVANIA

The House Labor and Industry Committee will hold a public hearing May 24 regarding H.B. 861, which stipulates that a municipality may not in any manner regulate employer policies or practices or enforce any mandate regarding employer policies or practices. Caiden Fratangelo at csf@stateside.com

RHODE ISLAND

The Department of Health will hold a public hearing May 24 regarding proposed amendments to rules concerning public drinking water systems. Kenneth Keller at kck@stateside.com

TEXAS

The gubernatorial primary runoff election will be held May 22. Benjamin Spear at bs@stateside.com

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