SB 967

Title: AN ACT CONCERNING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES REGARDING EMERGENCY MEDICATION.
Author: Public Health Committee

Summary
To allow a hospital to administer emergency medication to a patient who is a defendant placed in the custody of the Commissioner of Mental Health and Addiction Services without consent if obtaining consent would cause a medically harmful delay.

Status
Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health 02/28/2019
Public Hearing 03/13 03/08/2019
Joint Favorable Substitute 03/22/2019
Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office 03/25/2019
Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 04/09/19 5:00 PM 04/04/2019
Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office 04/10/2019
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate 04/10/2019
Senate Calendar Number 299 04/10/2019
File Number 596 04/10/2019
Referred by Senate to Committee on Judiciary 04/17/2019
Joint Favorable 04/22/2019
Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office 04/23/2019
Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office 04/23/2019
No New File by Committee on Judiciary 04/23/2019
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate 04/23/2019
Senate Passed 05/31/2019
On Consent Calendar 05/31/2019
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House 06/01/2019
House Calendar Number 710 06/01/2019
House Passed 06/05/2019
In Concurrence 06/05/2019
Public Act 19-99 06/20/2019
Transmitted to the Secretary of State 06/24/2019
Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor 06/24/2019
Signed by the Governor 07/01/2019

Bill Text
06/21/2019 - SB 967 (Public+Act+No.+19-99+R00SB+00967+PA.pdf) 04/26/2019 - SB 967 (JUD+Joint+Favorable+R02+SB) 04/12/2019 - SB 967 (File+No.+596+R000596+FC) 02/28/2019 - SB 967 (Raised+Bill)