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House 0907: Relating to Infant Eye Care ------------------------------------------------------------------

H907     GENERAL BILL by Bucher; (CO-SPONSORS) Brandenburg; Machek; Vana
(Similar CS/S 2330)
Infant Eye Care; requires certain eye examinations for all infants born
in hospitals in state; revises certain applicability provisions;
reenacts provision re penalty; provides that coverage for children under
health insurance policies & HMO contracts include certain eye
examinations for infants & children. Amends 383.04, 627.6416, 641.31;
reenacts 383.07. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2004.
02/10/04 HOUSE Prefiled
02/19/04 HOUSE Referred to Health Services (HC); Health Care; Insurance;
                  Health Appropriations (AP); Appropriations
03/02/04 HOUSE Introduced, referred to Health Services (HC); Health Care;
                  Insurance; Health Appropriations (AP); Appropriations
                  -HJ 00074
04/30/04 HOUSE Died in Committee on Health Services (HC)


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H 0907 02/10/2004 Web Page | PDF

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Citations - Statute


0383.04
0383.07
0627.6416
0641.31


Citations - Constitution




NO CONSTITUTION CITATIONS FOUND FOR HOUSE BILL 0907.


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