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6 05, 2022

HF 2233

This bill makes a contract between a person licensed to practice medicine and surgery, osteopathic medicine and surgery, or pharmacy and a prior employer of the licensee that limits the locations at which the licensee may practice or which prohibits the licensee from contacting for professional services a person previously treated by the licensee unenforceable in this state.

HF 2233
6 05, 2022

SSB 1031

This bill relates to the circumstances under which employers can enter into noncompete agreements with employees. The bill defines a noncompete agreement to include every written or oral covenant, agreement, or contract by which an employee is prohibited or restrained from engaging in a lawful profession, trade, or business of any kind. The bill excludes a nonsolicitation agreement, confidentiality agreement, or agreement prohibiting use or disclosure of trade secrets or inventions from this definition.

SSB 1031
6 05, 2022

SF 496

A bill for an act prohibiting employers from entering into noncompete agreements with low-wage employees. (Formerly SSB 1147.)

SF 496
6 05, 2022

SSB 1147 (renumbered as SF 496)

A bill for an act prohibiting employers from entering into noncompete agreements with low-wage employees. (Renumbered as SF 496)

SSB 1147 (renumbered as SF 496)
6 05, 2022

HF 2134

A bill for an act prohibiting employers from entering into noncompete agreements with employees under specified circumstances, and including applicability provisions.

HF 2134
6 05, 2022

SF 2302

This bill relates to noncompete covenants contained within employment contracts and provisions that are prohibited and void. The bill provides definitions for “covenant not to solicit”, “earnings”, and “noncompete covenant”. The bill provides that if a person makes less than 150 percent of the minimum wage, a noncompete covenant is unenforceable and violates the bill. The bill provides that a noncompete covenant with a non-low-wage employee unenforceable and violates the bill unless the employer can show that the noncompete covenant is necessary due to a clear and inherent risk of unfair competition and the [...]

SF 2302
28 01, 2022

SF 92

A bill for an act relating to reimbursementrates for health care services provided to covered persons by telehealth, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions.

SF 92
28 01, 2022

SF 2046

A bill for an act relating to healthcare facilities and requirements for itemized billing. Provides that if a healthcare facility, or a third party acting on behalf of the healthcare facility, bills an individual for healthcare services, a notification must be included with the bill that advises the individual that upon request they may obtain an itemized bill at no charge.

SF 2046
28 01, 2022

SF 464

A bill for an act relating to price transparency and cost-sharing for prescription drugs. This bill requires a manufactuer to file an annual report with the commissioner of insurance that discloses the wholesale acquisition cost for all prescription drugs manufactured by the manufacturer that were sold to a person in this state in the immediately preceding calendar year. If a prescription drug sold to a person in this state has a cost of $100 or more for a 30-day supply and the cost increases 40 percent or more over the three preceding calendar years, [...]

SF 464