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Contents: SB365 Hearing – Wednesday, 6/12/2013 ACTION: Ask your legislators to support SB365A! SB365 Hearing – Wednesday, 6/12/2013 The Autism Health Insurance Reform bill, SB365, has been scheduled for a hearing tomorrow, Wednesday 6/12/2013, in the Joint Committee On Ways … Continue reading
Contents: Update on SB365 – Changes to Medicaid Coverage; Hearing Expected Next Week ACTION: Ask your State Senator to support HB3160 – Unlawful Trade Practices Act Reform Update on SB365 – Changes to Medicaid Coverage; Hearing Expected Next Week Progress … Continue reading
Contents: Update – SB365 Approved by Senate Health Care committee ACTION: Please come to the Joint Ways and Means committee hearings around Oregon from 4/12 to 4/25 to support SB365 and HB2897! Update – SB365 Approved Unanimously by Senate Health … Continue reading
Action Item Summary: Please come to the Senate Health Care committee hearing on Thursday, April 4th at 3:00 PM to show your support for SB365, the Autism Health Insurance Reform bill Please e-mail the Senate Health Care committee today – … Continue reading
Five out of five. That was the vote yesterday on SB555, Autism Health Insurance Reform in the Senate Health Care committee – every member agreed to send the bill to back to the full Senate with a “do pass” recommendation, and referral to the Ways and Means committee. Continue reading
The February 28, 2011 Oregon Senate Hearing on SB555 (Autism Health Insurance Reform) primarily featured invited testimony from the Insurance Industry. Three insurance industry representatives came to testify in person: Dr. Steve Marks of PacificSource; John Powell, apparently of Regence; and the medical director from Providence. Kaiser also submitted written testimony, and had met with Chair Monnes Anderson in advance. Continue reading
Senate Health Care, Human Services and Rural Health Committee Hearing on Wednesday, February 16th, at 3:00 PM The hearing will be more critical because our strategy from the beginning has been to move through the Senate first if possible – which means we really need to get at least 3 of the 5 committee members to vote with us. Continue reading