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This Week in the States

Monday, May 14, 2018

by Stateside Associates

For the Week of May 14, 2018

13 state legislatures are meeting actively this week.

Also meeting: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA and PUERTO RICO.

Groups

GOPAC will hold its Spring Leadership Forum May 16-18 in New York, New York. Meghan Holihan at msh@stateside.com

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CALIFORNIA

The West Covina City Council will meet on May 14 to consider adoption of the Golden State Finance Authority Property Assessed Clean Energy Program to allow property owners within the City's jurisdiction access to financing and other services for energy efficient and seismic strengthening construction projects. Peter Finn at pf@stateside.com

The Senate Public Safety Committee will hold a public hearing May 15 regarding A.B. 2169, which reduces the 5-day period following the expiration of a vehicle lease or rental agreement to 48 hours for the presumption of embezzlement to apply. Japer Bowles at jpb@stateside.com

IDAHO

The gubernatorial primary election will be held May 15. Japer Bowles at jpb@stateside.com

The primary election for Attorney General will be held May 15. Japer Bowles at jpb@stateside.com

ILLINOIS

The House Revenue and Finance Committee will hold a public hearing May 17 regarding S.B. 2610, which amends the Motor Fuel Tax Law. Alice Brumfield at arb@stateside.com

MAINE

The Workers' Compensation Board will accept comments until May 18 regarding a proposed rule amending various workers' compensation regulations for providers related to billing procedures, reimbursement and medical information being sent to employees insurance company. Brian LeFort at bl@stateside.com

MINNESOTA

The Duluth City Council will meet May 14 to consider an ordinance that establishes minimum standards for earned sick and safe time in the City. Peter Finn at pf@stateside.com

MISSOURI

The Department of Social Services will accept comments until May 16 regarding a proposal to repeal rules impacting the pharmacy program that addresses drug vendors and upper limits on reimbursement for selected multiple source drugs. Melissa Martin at mpf@stateside.com

The Legislature is scheduled to adjourn May 18. Andrew O'Connor at aso@stateside.com

NEBRASKA

The gubernatorial primary election will be held May 15. Thomas Waldrop at tw1@stateside.com

The primary election for Attorney General will be held May 15. Thomas Waldrop at tw1@stateside.com

NEVADA

The Environmental Commission will accept comments until May 18 regarding drafted amendments to rules related to safe drinking water. Becky Lukaesko at bml@stateside.com

NEW JERSEY

The Senate Education Committee will hold a public hearing May 14 regarding A.B. 2193, which directs the State Board of Education to authorize a computer science education endorsement to the instructional certificate, which would authorize the holder to teach computer science in all public schools, and would be required to teach computer science in grades 9 through 12 beginning when the State Board determines that there is a sufficient number of teachers holding the computer science education endorsement to make the requirement feasible. Ryan Reynolds at rhr@stateside.com

NEW MEXICO

The Board of Psychologist Examiners will hold a public hearing May 18 regarding proposed amendments updating the educational and licensing rules for psychologists and adding a new rule addressing prescription monitoring program requirements. Melissa Martin at mpf@stateside.com

NEW YORK

The Albany County Legislature will meet May 14 to consider introduction of a proposed Local Law regulating the use of polystyrene foam disposable food service ware and requiring the use of compostable or recyclable food service ware by food service establishments in Albany County. Peter Finn at pf@stateside.com 

OHIO

The Department of Medicaid will hold a public hearing May 17 regarding proposed amendments to update managed care program rules addressing behavioral health services being carved-in to managed care. Melissa Martin at mpf@stateside.com

OREGON

The gubernatorial primary election will be held May 15. Sarah Lanford at sdl@stateside.com

PENNSYLVANIA

The gubernatorial primary election will be held May 15. Caiden Fratangelo at csf@stateside.com

WASHINGTON

The Department of Ecology will hold a public hearing May 17 regarding proposed amendments to rules concerning the documentation of the renewable resource financial path for no-load growth utilities. Kenneth Keller at kck@stateside.com

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