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HSB 48 (Introduced)
87th General Assembly
relating to the practice of optometry.
HF 113 (Introduced)
87th General Assembly
relating to the revocation of driver’s licenses for drug-related criminal convictions, and including effective date provisions.
HF 115 (Introduced)
87th General Assembly
relating to drug overdose prevention, including by limiting criminal and civil liability, and modifying penalties.
SSB 1029 (Introduced)
87th General Assembly
relating to the prescribing of biological products and making penalties applicable.
HSB 61 (Introduced)
87th General Assembly
relating to controlled substances, including by temporarily designating substances as controlled substances, modifying the penalties for imitation controlled substances and certain controlled substances, modifying the controlled substances listed in s...
SSB 1032 (Introduced)
87th General Assembly
relating to injectable authority for optometrists.
HF 156 (Introduced)
87th General Assembly
relating to the use of experimental treatments for patients with a terminal illness.
HF 296 (Introduced)
87th General Assembly
relating to controlled substances, including by temporarily designating substances as controlled substances, modifying the penalties for imitation controlled substances and certain controlled substances, modifying the controlled substances listed in s...
HSB 109 (Introduced)
87th General Assembly
relating to public safety on highways, including the use of electronic communication devices while driving where such use results in death and the establishment of a statewide sobriety and drug monitoring program, and providing penalties.