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(Will be updated throughout the legislative session)
Senate Bill 686: Will save money on prescription drugs by increasing accountability from pharmacy benefits managers, the middlemen in the supply chain. Much of this bill passed as part of comprehensive prescription drug legislation, HB 1280.
Senate Bill 599: Will strengthen the standards for lead levels in drinking water at schools and childcare centers. Because of uncertainty surrounding schools reopening this fall, this bill was laid on the table.
Senate Bill 715: Will remove barriers that force frail seniors into nursing homes and help them remain safely where they want to be in their home communities. This bill was passed as part of comprehensive senior safety legislation.
Senate Bill 486: Will bring stability for consumers and the commercial insurance market by requiring state-regulated private health plans that cover maternity services to cover abortion services also. This bill was incorporated into HB 685 but vetoed by Governor Sununu.
Senate Bill 716: Will improve delivery of child and mother mental health screenings and care in the Medicaid program. This bill was laid upon the table.
Senate Bill 589: Allows for certain waterfront property owners to obtain a permit for a seasonal dock. This is now part of a comprehensive bill that became law.
Senate Bill 691: Standardizes prior authorization process for prescription drugs. This bill was incorporated into HB 1280 and signed into law .
Senate Bill 754: Establishes a dental benefit for adults in the Medicaid program. Now HB 250, Governor Sununu vetoed it.
Senate Bill 749: Prohibits dental insurers from setting fees for services they do not cover. Now part of HB 1639, it became law.
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