House Bill 172

Actions | Amendments
Last Action signed by Governor (Acts Chapter 52)
Title AN ACT relating to emergency anaphylaxis medications in schools.
Bill Documents Bill
Bill Request Number 12
Sponsors A. Wuchner, S. Westrom, J. Carney, B. DeWeese, R. Huff, M. Marzian, D. Mayfield, D. Osborne, M. Rader, D. Watkins
Summary of Original Version Amend KRS 158.836 to make provisions for students with life-threatening allergies to have access to an epinephrine auto-injector in school; require schools to have written emergency anaphylactic reaction response plan; require schools to keep an epinephrine auto-injector in a minimum of 2 locations in the school; exempt authorized person from civil liability for administering or assisting with the administration of epinephrine.
Index Headings of Original Version Diseases - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Education, Elementary and Secondary - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Health and Medical Services - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Nurses - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Pharmacists - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Physicians and Practitioners - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Public Safety - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Children and Minors - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Proposed Amendments House Committee Substitute 1
Senate Committee Substitute 1
Votes Vote History

Actions

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02/05/13
  • introduced in House
02/06/13
  • to Education (H)
02/20/13
  • posted in committee
  • posting waived
02/21/13
  • reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar
02/22/13
  • 2nd reading, to Rules
  • posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Tuesday, February 26, 2013
02/25/13
  • taken from the Consent Orders of the Day
  • recommitted to Appropriations & Revenue (H)
  • posting waived
02/26/13
  • reported favorably, to Rules with Committee Substitute as a Consent Bill
02/27/13
  • posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Friday, March 1, 2013
03/01/13
  • 3rd reading, passed 91-2 with Committee Substitute
03/04/13
  • received in Senate
03/05/13
  • to Education (S)
  • taken from Education (S)
  • 1st reading
  • returned to Education (S)
03/06/13
  • taken from Education (S)
  • 2nd reading
  • returned to Education (S)
03/07/13
  • reported favorably, to Rules with Committee Substitute as a Consent Bill
  • posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Thursday, March 7, 2013
  • 3rd reading, passed 37-1 with Committee Substitute
03/12/13
  • received in House
  • to Rules (H)
  • taken from Rules
  • posted for passage for concurrence in Senate Committee Substitute
  • House concurred in Senate Committee Substitute
  • passed 100-0
  • enrolled, signed by each presiding officer
  • delivered to Governor
03/21/13
  • signed by Governor (Acts Chapter 52)

Proposed Amendments

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Amendment House Committee Substitute 1
Summary Amend to delete school gymnasiums as a required epinephrine of location; authorize an unlimited number of locations; require schools to have epinephrine injectors for the 2013-2014 school year and subsequent years, to the extent the injectors are donated or funding is available.
Index Headings Diseases - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Education, Elementary and Secondary - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Health and Medical Services - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Nurses - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Pharmacists - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Physicians and Practitioners - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Public Safety - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Children and Minors - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools

Amendment Senate Committee Substitute 1
Summary Retain original provisions except amend to delete requirement that each school have a written emergency anaphylactic response plan; encourage schools to maintain epinephrine auto-injectors; specify that protocols for prescribing epinephrine auto-injectors are to be developed by the Kentucky Department of Public Health in collaboration with local health departments or local clinical providers, and local schools and districts.
Index Headings Diseases - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Education, Elementary and Secondary - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Health and Medical Services - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Nurses - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Pharmacists - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Physicians and Practitioners - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Public Safety - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools
Children and Minors - Epinephrine, emergency administration in schools

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