Consideration Slate

Bill # CBHC Bill SummaryCBHC ContactPositionCalendar NotificationShort TitleBill SummaryMost Recent StatusFiscal Note StatusHouse SponsorsSenate Sponsors
HB19-1115   NOT ON CALENDARAssault On Detention Workers The bill adds to the definition of an "emergency medical care provider" a person providing emergency care at a detention facility. It then adds emergency medical care providers to the list of potential victims of assault in the first or second degree under certain circumstances. (Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)  1/16/2019 Introduced In House - Assigned to Judiciary
Fiscal note currently unavailable Liston, Buck, Catlin, Landgraf, Larson Fields, Gardner 
HB19-1120   NOT ON CALENDARYouth Mental Health Education And Suicide Prevention The bill allows a minor 12 years of age or older to seek and obtain psychotherapy services with or without the consent of the minor's parent or guardian. A registered psychotherapist or licensed social worker providing psychotherapy services to a minor may, with the consent of the minor, advise the minor's parent or legal guardian of the psychotherapy services provided. The bill requires the department of education, in consultation with the office of suicide prevention (office), the youth advisory council, and the suicide prevention commission, to create and maintain a mental health education literacy resource bank. The resource bank is available to the public free of charge. The bill requires the state board of education to adopt standards related to mental health, including suicide prevention. (Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)  1/16/2019 Introduced In House - Assigned to Public Health Care & Human Services + Appropriations
Fiscal note currently unavailable Michaelson Jenet and Roberts Fenberg