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2 06, 2022

SB 453

A BILL to amend the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended, by adding thereto a new article, designated §47-29-1, §47-29-2, §47-29-3, §47-29-4, §47-29-5, §47-29-6, §47-29-7, §47-29-8, §47-29-9, §47-29-10, §47-29-11, §47-29-12, §47-29-13, §47-29-14, §47-29-15, §47-29-16, §47-29-17, §47-29-18, §47-29-19, §47-29-20, and §47-29-21, all relating to establishing uniform requirements for restrictive employment agreements and providing for civil penalties for violation of the article; providing a short title; providing for definitions; creating the scope of the article; providing for notice requirements; defining low wage workers; defining the effect of termination of work; creating a reasonableness requirement; defining [...]

SB 453
2 06, 2022

HB 3118

A BILL to amend the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended, by adding thereto a new section, designated §21-5-19, relating to prohibiting certain noncompete or conflict of interest provisions in employment contracts. The purpose of this bill is to prohibit noncompete or conflict of interest provisions in employment contracts that prohibits a person getting rehired or self-employed in the same or similar business is prohibited as being against public policy.

HB 3118
6 05, 2022

HB 2137

Repealing the article on unfair trade practices. The purpose of this bill is to repeal the article on unfair trade practices, §47-11A-1 et seq. of this code.

HB 2137
6 05, 2022

HB 4677

The purpose of this bill relates to certificate of need; clarifying that a hospital located in the same county as an academic medical center may perform any health service provided by the academic medical center.

HB 4677
28 04, 2022

SB 40

Prohibiting insurance coverage from requiring prior authorization for tests to stage cancer

SB 40
28 04, 2022

SB 483

Creating Wholesale Prescription Drug Importation Program.

SB 483
28 04, 2022

SB 660

Setting forth standard of care requirements for telehealth practice.

SB 660
28 04, 2022

SB 688 (see companion bill HB 3001)

Creating Affordable Medicaid Buy-in Program. The purpose of the Affordable Medicaid Buy-In Program is to establish a state public option through Medicaid to provide West Virginia residents with a choice of a high-quality, low cost health insurance plan.

SB 688 (see companion bill HB 3001)
28 04, 2022

SB 702

A BILL to amend and reenact §16-2D-8, §16-2D-10, and §16-2D-11 of the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended, all relating to certificate of need; eliminating specific certificate of need requirements; creating exemption requirements that do not require an application; and elimination certificate of need exemptions.

SB 702