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The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill H.913 191st (Current)

An Act to increase consumer transparency about insurance provider networks

By Ms. Barber of Somerville, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 913) of Christine P. Barber and others for legislation to increase consumer transparency regarding insurance provider networks. Financial Services.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Christine P. Barber

Bill History

Displaying 12 actions for Bill H.913
Date Branch Action
1/22/2019 House Referred to the committee on Financial Services
1/22/2019 Senate Senate concurred
5/1/2019 Joint Hearing scheduled for 05/07/2019 from 10:30 AM-01:00 PM in A-2
6/6/2019 House Reported favorably by committee and referred to the committee on Health Care Financing
7/1/2019 House Committee recommended ought to pass and referred to the committee on House Ways and Means
7/31/2019 House Accompanied by S2295, H124 and H1141
7/31/2019 House Committee recommended ought to pass with an amendment, substituting therefor a bill with the same title, see H4012
7/31/2019 House Referred to the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling with the amendment pending
7/31/2019 House Committee reported that the matter be placed in the Orders of the Day for the next sitting for a second reading with the amendment pending
7/31/2019 House Rules suspended
7/31/2019 House Read second, amended (as recommended by the committee on House Ways and Means)
7/31/2019 House New draft substituted, see H4012

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