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Sixty-second Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Senator J. Lee

Primary Sponsor

SB 2142
Relating to changing mental retardation to intellectual disability and mentally retarded to individual with an intellectual disability; and to provide for reconciliation by the legislative council of these terms in statutory provisions.
SB 2143
Relating to use of medical advice by the director of the department of transportation.
SB 2145
Relating to alcoholic beverage license exception for nonprofit organizations.
SB 2146
Relating to the new dental practice grant program.
SB 2148
Relating to prescriptive practice standards for advanced practice registered nurses.
SB 2151
Relating to access to the prescription drug monitoring program.
SB 2152
A BILL for an Act to provide an appropriation to the department of emergency services for a grant for administering 211 services.
SB 2153
Relating to the state department of health's food program for individuals with metabolic diseases; and to amend and reenact sections 23‑41‑03, 25‑17‑03, and 26.1‑36‑09.7 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the food program for individuals with metabolic diseases.
SB 2154
Relating to membership of the state board of medical examiners; and to provide for application.
SB 2155
Relating to regulation of applied behavior analysts; and to amend and reenact sections 43‑32‑01, 43-32-08, 43-32-08.1, 43-32-08.2, 43-32-09, 43-32-12, 43‑32‑13, and 43‑32‑14, subsection 1 of section 43-32-16, and sections 43-32-19.1 and 43‑32‑30 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the regulation of applied behavior analysis by the state board of psychologist examiners.
SB 2192
Relating to the disposition of a child needing continued foster care services after the age of eighteen and under the age of twenty‑one; to amend and reenact sections 27‑20‑03, 27‑20‑11, 27‑20‑21, 27‑20‑22, 27‑20‑26, 27‑20‑32.2, and 27‑20‑36 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to jurisdiction, venue, contents of petition, summons, right to counsel, reasonable efforts to prevent removal or to unify, and limitations of time on orders of disposition; and to provide an effective date.
SB 2212
A BILL for an Act to provide for a state department of health study of department programs for catastrophic diseases; to provide for a report to the legislative management; and to provide an appropriation.
SB 2258
Relating to child support enforcement; to amend and reenact sections 26.1‑02‑28, 34‑15‑03, 34‑15‑04, 35‑34‑02, 35‑34-03, and 35‑34‑04, subsection 1 of section 35‑34‑06, and sections 35‑34‑09 and 35‑34‑10 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to child support enforcement; to provide for transition; and to provide an effective date.
SB 2261
Relating to a moratorium on granting licenses to new intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded.
SB 2276
Relating to the North Dakota immunization program; to amend and reenact section 23-01-05.3 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to reporting immunization data; and to provide an appropriation.
SB 2315
Relating to creation of a lay and traditional midwife registry; to amend and reenact sections 43-12.1-02, 43-12.1-09, and 43-12.1-09.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the registry of lay and traditional midwives; to provide for a legislative management study; and to provide an expiration date.
SB 2357
A BILL for an Act to provide an appropriation to the department of human services for implementing programs associated with the family impact initiative.
SCR 4005
A concurrent resolution directing the Legislative Management to study the impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on the Comprehensive Health Association of North Dakota and the statutes governing the Comprehensive Health Association of North Dakota.
SCR 4009
A concurrent resolution declaring February 2011 as "American Heart Month" and Friday, February 4, 2011, "National Wear Red Day" in North Dakota and encouraging all citizens to wear red to raise awareness of cardiovascular disease.

Other Bills

HB SB SCR
HB 1078
HB 1149
HB 1159
HB 1169
HB 1202
HB 1249
HB 1251
HB 1259
HB 1266
HB 1273
HB 1278
HB 1340
HB 1346
HB 1352
HB 1353
HB 1395
HB 1404
HB 1410
HB 1425
HB 1430
HB 1436
HB 1456
SB 2149
SB 2163
SB 2166
SB 2203
SB 2259
SB 2264
SB 2304
SB 2326
SB 2327
SB 2329
SB 2354
SCR 4010
SCR 4012
SCR 4017

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Total Bills Introduced —55