COMMITTEE:    Public Health 

TIME & DATE:  9:00 AM, Monday, April 3, 2023 

PLACE:       JHR 120 
CHAIR:       Rep. Stephanie Klick 




The chair may limit testimony time and the number of testifying witnesses to ensure consideration of posted and pending business, especially if testimony would cause the public hearing to extend into the next calendar day.




HB 454         Smith                                                 
Relating to continuing education requirements for physicians regarding the identification and assistance of trafficked persons.

HB 667         Johnson, Ann | et al.                                  
Relating to the licensing and regulation of music therapists; requiring an occupational license; authorizing fees.

HB 1543        Oliverson | et al.                                     
Relating to a statewide standing order prescribing opioid antagonists.

HB 1683        Walle | et al.                                         
Relating to the Occupational Therapy Licensure Compact; authorizing fees.

HB 1788        Buckley | et al.                                       
Relating to the labeling of analogue and cell-cultured products.

HB 1875        Guillen                                               
Relating to the audiology and speech-language pathology interstate compact; authorizing fees.

HB 1930        Clardy                                                
Relating to the administration of anesthesia by a certified registered nurse anesthetist on the order of a dentist.

HB 1973        Harris, Caroline                                       
Relating to itemized billing for health care services and supplies provided by health care providers.

HB 2006        Harris, Cody | et al.                                  
Relating to birth records of adopted persons; authorizing a fee.

HB 2235        Jones, Venton                                         
Relating to HIV and AIDS tests.

HB 2651        Howard                                                
Relating to required training and continuing education requirements for persons who provide medical care or other support to survivors of sexual assault.

HB 3041        Thompson, Senfronia                                    
Relating to the manner of executing certain anatomical gift records.

HB 3144        Lujan                                                 
Relating to designating October as Fentanyl Poisoning Awareness Month.

HB 3192        Lujan                                                 
Relating to the designation of fentanyl poisoning for purposes of the death certificate.

HB 3218        Klick                                                 
Relating to price estimates and billing requirements for certain health care facilities.

HB 3377        Jones, Venton | et al.                                 
Relating to HIV and AIDS tests.

HB 3501        Thimesch                                              
Relating to required human trafficking prevention training and disclosure of certain information about human trafficking by tattoo and body piercing studios.

HB 3808        Wilson                                                
Relating to the pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome advisory council.

HB 4058        Cortez                                                
Relating to the use of opioid antagonists on the campuses of public and private schools and institutions of higher education and at or in transit to or from off-campus school events.

HB 4166        Klick                                                 
Relating to the packaging requirements for certain donated prescription drugs.

HB 4176        Howard                                                
Relating to the summary annulment of a nursing license in connection with a fraudulently or unlawfully obtained diploma, license, or other document.

HB 4331        Klick                                                 
Relating to the donors of certain unused prescription drugs.

HB 4332        Klick                                                 
Relating to the redistribution of donated prepackaged prescription drugs.

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