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Sixty-second Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Senator Mathern

Primary Sponsor

SB 2135
Relating to the income eligibility limit for the children's health insurance program; and to provide an effective date.
SB 2166
Relating to detoxification services in interstate contracts for treatment of mental illness or chemical dependency.
SB 2221
Relating to medical assistance coverage by health insurance providers; and to provide for a report to the legislative management.
SB 2240
A BILL for an Act to provide for a study by the department of human services of the human services delivery system in the state.
SB 2326
AN ACT to provide for a substance abuse services pilot voucher payment program; to provide a continuing appropriation; and to provide for a report to the legislative management.
SB 2331
Relating to an income tax credit for employment of individuals with disabilities; and to provide an effective date.
SB 2335
A BILL for an Act to provide for an appropriation to the department of human services for expanding child care assistance to eligible caretakers in pursuit of a postsecondary degree or certificate.
SCR 4014
A concurrent resolution urging the Government of Turkey to grant the Ecumenical Patriarch appropriate international recognition, ecclesiastical succession, and the right to train clergy of all nationalities and to respect the property rights and human rights of the Ecumenical Patriarchate; and for other purposes.
SCR 4015
A concurrent resolution urging Congress and the President to pursue peace through strength in Iraq and Afghanistan and support American combat forces on duty in these countries and around the world.

Other Bills

HB SB HCR SCR
HB 1078
HB 1332
HB 1345
HB 1373
HB 1377
HB 1417
HB 1427
HB 1457
SB 2142
SB 2151
SB 2156
SB 2160
SB 2163
SB 2167
SB 2260
SB 2262
SB 2265
SB 2271
SB 2298
SB 2313
SB 2317
SB 2334
SB 2358
HCR 3009
SCR 4006

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Total Bills Introduced —34