prohibit the use of genetic tests in the offer, sale, or renewal of certain types of insurance.
Representatives Monroe, McCoy, and Slaughter and Senators Ham and Madden at the request of the Interim Judiciary Committee
HB 1031 require workers' compensation third party administrators to become licensed and registered and to provide for standards for the continued registration of third party administrators.
The Committee on Commerce at the request of the Department of Labor
HB 1037 revise the rule-making authority for credit insurance.
The Committee on Commerce at the request of the Department of Commerce and Regulation
HB 1140 require farm mutual insurers to comply with insurance fraud provisions.
Representatives Broderick, Gillespie, Holbeck, and Van Gerpen and Senators Daugaard, Albers, Diedtrich (Elmer), McCracken, and Sutton (Dan)
HB 1208* extend the date for filing claims with the subsequent injury fund.
Representatives Michels, Duniphan, and Sebert and Senators Munson, Brosz, Brown (Arnold), and Everist
HB 1218* prohibit directed suretyship.
Representatives Derby and Peterson (Bill) and Senator Sutton (Dan)
HB 1247 revise the requirements for volunteer firefighters to become eligible for workers' compensation.
Representatives Lintz, McCoy, Napoli, Pederson (Gordon), Rhoden, and Richter and Senators Vitter, Duxbury, Kleven, Putnam, and Reedy
HB 1253* revise certain provisions regarding dealer franchises and to include outdoor power equipment.
Representatives Begalka, Fryslie, Jaspers, Konold, Lange, and Pummel and Senators Koskan, Brosz, Brown (Arnold), Greenfield, and Moore
NOTE: The above bills will be taken up in this order for a hearing on the date noted. If circumstances do not permit a hearing on this date then a hearing will be held at a future meeting of the committee to be determined by the chair. Action on a bill may come at any time after it has had a hearing.