House Bill 1010


revise provisions regarding testimony of qualified mental health professionals at involuntary commitment hearings.

Representatives Johns, Haugaard, and Healy and Senators Kennedy and Sutton at the request of the Reduce the Overall Use of Acute Mental Health Hospitalizations Task Force

01/14/2020First Reading House H.J. 11 N/A   
01/15/2020Referred to House Judiciary H.J. 19 N/A   
01/24/2020Scheduled for hearing Audio Available37:46 
01/24/2020Judiciary Do Pass, Passed, YEAS 13, NAYS 0Audio Available37:46 
01/27/2020House of Representatives Do Pass, Passed, YEAS 68, NAYS 0. H.J. 70 Audio Available1:29:00 
01/28/2020First read in Senate and referred to Senate Health and Human Services S.J. 99 N/A   
02/05/2020Scheduled for hearing Audio Available16:27 
02/05/2020Health and Human Services Do Pass, Passed, YEAS 5, NAYS 0Audio Available16:27 
02/05/2020Certified uncontested, placed on consent Audio Available16:27 
02/06/2020Senate Do Pass, Passed, YEAS 33, NAYS 0. S.J. 158 N/A   
02/10/2020Signed by the Speaker H.J. 249 N/A   
02/11/2020Signed by the President S.J. 192 N/A   
02/12/2020Delivered to the Governor on February 12, 2020 H.J. 265 N/A   
02/20/2020Signed by the Governor on February 19, 2020 H.J. 326 N/A   

Bill Text Versions

01/09/2020 IntroducedIntroduced
02/06/2020 EnrolledEnrolled

Possible Amendments

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