HB 221: Long-Term Care Insurance
GENERAL BILL by Drake ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Artiles
Long-Term Care Insurance; Provides additional forms for mandatory offer of nonforfeiture benefits in long-term care insurance policies.
Last Action: 4/23/2015 House - Laid on Table, companion bill(s) passed, see SB 520 (Ch. 2015-21) -HJ 746
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Insurance and Banking Subcommittee; Health Innovation Subcommittee; Regulatory Affairs Committee -HJ 22
• On Committee agenda-- Insurance and Banking Subcommittee, 02/04/15, 1:30 pm, Sumner Hall
• Favorable by Insurance and Banking Subcommittee; YEAS 12 NAYS 0 -HJ 133
• Now in Health Innovation Subcommittee -HJ 133
• On Committee agenda-- Health Innovation Subcommittee, 03/03/15, 4:30 pm, 306 HOB
• Introduced -HJ 22
• Favorable by Health Innovation Subcommittee; YEAS 12 NAYS 0 -HJ 171
• Now in Regulatory Affairs Committee -HJ 171
• On Committee agenda-- Regulatory Affairs Committee, 03/12/15, 1:00 pm, Sumner Hall
• Favorable by- Regulatory Affairs Committee; YEAS 15 NAYS 0 -HJ 229
• Placed on Calendar -HJ 229
• Placed on Special Order Calendar, 04/23/15
• Substituted SB 520 -HJ 746
• Laid on Table, companion bill(s) passed, see SB 520 (Ch. 2015-21) -HJ 746
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