Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
May 16, 2018
UPON RECESS OF THE SENATE
John J. Hainkel, Jr. Room

Adjourned
 
* Agenda Revised May 15, 2018, 8:05 pm *
Revision Notes: Removed HB 88

 



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CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

APPROVAL OF MINUTES
 May 9, 2018

LEGISLATION TO BE CONSIDERED
 HCR50JAMESPUBLIC HEALTH - Provides relative to the collection of comprehensive information concerning an individual who suffered a violent death
 HCR54JACKSONCRIMINAL/MENTAL CAPACITY - Urges and requests the Louisiana Department of Health and other parties to study jointly the language in the Louisiana Code of Criminal Procedure Article 648
 HCR64D.MILLERHEALTH/EMERG MED SERVICE - Creates the Emergency Medical Services Professional Working Group to study and make recommendations to the legislature concerning matters relating to licensure and regulation of emergency medical personnel
 HCR65MCFARLANDMEDICAID - Requests the La. Department of Health to study and report to the legislature concerning the potential implementation of mandatory case management in the Medicaid program
 HCR66TALBOTDRUGS/PRESCRIPTION - Requests a study concerning the prospective establishment of a state prescription drug importation program
 HCR69G.MILLERMEDICAID - Requests a study concerning means by which to improve the Medicaid estate recovery functions of the La. Department of Health
 HCR70HODGESVETERANS - Provides relative to healthcare licensing boards reporting to the House and Senate committees on health and welfare on their recognition of military veterans training in various healthcare occupations
 HCR71EDMONDSATTORNEY GENERAL - Requests the attorney general to file an amicus brief in federal court to support Mississippi in that state's litigation to ban elective abortions after fifteen weeks gestation
 HCR76D.MILLERHEALTH/SMOKING - Creates a study committee to evaluate Louisiana's prevalence of tobacco-related illnesses resulting from secondhand smoke exposure
 HCR81AMEDEEPUBLIC HEALTH - Requests a study of cost-effective means by which to facilitate emergency access to epinephrine at public places
 HCR96ARMESCONGRESS - Memorializes congress to ensure that Tricare adequately covers behavioral therapies for military dependents
 HB633HUNTERWATER/DRINKING WATER - Provides relative to testing for lead in drinking water (EN SEE FISC NOTE SG EX See Note)

CONSIDERATION OF ANY OTHER MATTERS THAT MAY COME BEFORE THE COMMITTEE