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2010 Senate Bill 2650: Relating to the Department of Human Services

Public Act 67 of 2010

Introduced by Sen. Robert Bunda (D) on January 25, 2010
To require Medicaid contracts between the Department of Human Services and Medicaid healthcare insurance plan contractors to contain provisions affecting the reimbursement obligations in the policies between the insurance plan and the home and community-based agencies.   Official Text and Analysis.
Received in the House on March 1, 2010
To amend the bill in conference committee to provide a systematic plan to establish a pilot program to process applications for several divisions of the Department of Human Services, which had announced the lay off nearly half of its 517 workers who process applications for government benefits and shut down 31 eligibility offices statewide under a cost-cutting plan that was set to go into effect June 30.
Vetoed by Gov. Linda Lingle on April 27, 2010
Received in the Senate on April 29, 2010
To amend the bill in conference committee to provide a systematic plan to establish a pilot program to process applications for several divisions of the Department of Human Services, which had announced the lay off nearly half of its 517 workers who process applications for government benefits and shut down 31 eligibility offices statewide under a cost-cutting plan that was set to go into effect June 30. Governor's veto was overridden in the Senate.
Received in the House on April 29, 2010
To amend the bill in conference committee to provide a systematic plan to establish a pilot program to process applications for several divisions of the Department of Human Services, which had announced the lay off nearly half of its 517 workers who process applications for government benefits and shut down 31 eligibility offices statewide under a cost-cutting plan that was set to go into effect June 30. Governor's veto was overridden in the House.
Allowed to become law without signature by Gov. Linda Lingle on April 30, 2010

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