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Sixty-seventh Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Representative Dobervich

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HB 1104
Relating to sentencing violent offenders; to provide for application; and to provide for retroactive application.
HB 1105
Relating to breastfeeding; and to provide a penalty.
HB 1106
Relating to willfully transferring body fluid containing the human immunodeficiency virus.
HB 1390
A BILL for an Act to provide for a legislative management study of training for election workers.
HB 1391
Relating to regulating edible medical marijuana products; to amend and reenact section 19‑24.1‑01 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to definitions relating to medical marijuana products; and to declare an emergency.
HB 1469
Relating to exemptions from vaccine requirements before admission to school; and to provide an appropriation.
HCR 3014
A concurrent resolution directing the Legislative Management to consider studying solutions to provider and end-user barriers to access to and utilization of telehealth services in this state.
HCR 3015
A concurrent resolution directing the Legislative Management to consider studying the feasibility and desirability of implementing a community health worker program, including recommendations regarding a definition of a community health worker, the scope of work of a community health worker, the infrastructure for training of community health workers, the development of a community health worker certification process and related training curriculum and continuing education requirements, a strategy for community health worker services being Medicaid-reimbursed services, and private insurers' use of community health workers.
HCR 3022
A concurrent resolution directing the Legislative Management to consider studying the feasibility and desirability of implementing a hospital discharge database.

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Other Bills

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Total Bills Introduced —49