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IDH0316PassHEALTH -- Adds to and amends existing law to provide for additional county aid to public health districts and to revise provisions regarding health districts.
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2021-05-05
Reported Signed by Governor on May 10, 2021 Session Law Chapter 336 Effective: 03/01/2022
IDHCR011PassHEALTH -- States findings of the Legislature and recognizes 988 as the universal mental health and suicide prevention crisis phone number.
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2021-04-13
Delivered to Secretary of State at 10:22 a.m. on April 12, 2021
IDH0363EngrossHEALTH -- Amends existing law to prohibit certain local regulations and taxes relating to tobacco products and electronic smoking devices.
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2021-04-12
To Senate State Affairs Committee
IDS1087EngrossHEALTH -- Amends existing law to raise the age of legal possession and use of tobacco products and electronic smoking devices to 21.
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2021-04-07
Returned from House Failed; to Secretary of Senate
IDHCR014EngrossHEALTH -- States findings of the Legislature and declares that the Legislature shall oppose efforts to require, mandate, or force any person to receive any immunization, vaccination, inoculation, medical procedure, or genetic modulation against that ...
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2021-03-16
To Senate Health and Welfare Committee
IDS1125IntroHEALTH -- Adds to existing law to establish provisions regarding suicide prevention and crisis care services and a fee to fund such services.
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2021-02-16
To Senate Health and Welfare Committee
IDH0097IntroHEALTH -- Adds to existing law to provide that at least 70% of COVID-19 vaccine doses must be administered within 14 days of being received by the organization responsible for vaccine administration.
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2021-02-08
To House Health and Welfare Committee
IDH0063IntroHEALTH -- Adds to existing law to prohibit mandated or forced vaccination.
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2021-02-01
To House Ways and Means Committee
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