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20 Ill. Comp. Stat. § 1705/9. Charges for outpatient services: Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Administrative Act – Illinois
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1961
Only reasonable charges shall be imposed for outpatient services at State facilities. What is reasonable shall be determined by the Department and charges may be waived for persons who are unable to make payment.
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6 R.I. Gen. Laws § 6-13-21. Price gouging — Essential commodities: Unfair Sales Practices – Rhode Island
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2012
Upon a declaration of a state of emergency by the governor, or federal disaster declaration by the president, it shall be an unfair sales practice for individuals or retailers to participate in price gouging by …
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73 Pa. Stat. and Cons. Stat. Ann. §§ 232.1 through 232.5: Price Gouging Act – Pennsylvania
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2006
Prohibits price gouging during periods of disruption of the market which cause an uneven flow of supply of consumer goods.
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A 00237 (see companion bill S 00803) – New York
Introduced: 2019    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Relates to price gouging; defines unconscionably excessive price for the purposes of prohibiting price gouging during abnormal disruption of the market.

A 01452 (see companion bill S 02893) – New York
Introduced: 2019    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Creates a private right of action for unlawful price gouging for injunctive relief and recovery of compensatory damages or $1,000, whichever is greater, or both, in addition to right of action granted to attorney general; …

A 02621 (see companion bill S 01642) – New York
Introduced: 2019    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Relates to price gouging; imposes criminal penalties for price gouging; removes language relating to the declaration of a state of emergency; increases civil penalty; authorizes a district attorney to enforce provisions.

A 03829 (see companion bill S 01798 – New York
Introduced: 2019    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Prohibits price gouging by manufacturers of prescription drugs.

A 05946 (see companion bill S 03654) – New York
Introduced: 2019    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Prohibits selling a drug subject to a shortage for an unconscionably excessive price.

A 06606 (see companion bill S 00141) – New York
Introduced: 2019    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Penalizes the price gouging of pharmaceuticals; penalty not to exceed one million dollars.

A 1461 – New York
Introduced: 2021    Status: In Process    
Relates to price gouging; imposes criminal penalties for price gouging; removes language relating to the declaration of a state of emergency; increases civil penalty; authorizes a district attorney to enforce provisions.

A 2488 (see companion bill S 919) – New Jersey
Introduced: 2020    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Prohibits excessive increases in prices charged for essential off-patent and generic prescription drugs and biological products.

A 3987 (see companion bill S 1590) – New Jersey
Introduced: 2018    Status: Inactive / Dead    
PROHIBITS EXCESSIVE INCREASES IN PRICES CHARGED FOR ESSENTIAL OFF-PATIENT AND GENERIC PRESCRIPTION DRUGS AND BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS: manufacturers and wholesale distributors may not engage in price gouging in the sale of an essential off-patent or generic …

A 5249 (see companion bill S 7028) – New York
Introduced: 2017    Status: Inactive / Dead    
PRICE GOUGING. Establishes the crime of price gouging as a violation, authorizing district attorneys to pursue violations, and clarifying that no state of emergency need be declared by the governor for the enforcement of the …

A 5721 – New York
Introduced: 2021    Status: In Process    
Penalizes the price gouging of pharmaceuticals; penalty not to exceed one million dollars.

A 5733 (see companion bill S 2544) – New York
Introduced: 2017    Status: Inactive / Dead    
PRICE GOUGING: PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. If a drug manufacturer of a brand or generic drug, made available in New York, increases the wholesale acquisition cost (WAC) of a drug by a percent equal to or greater …

A 5850 (see companion S 4565) – New York
Introduced: 2021    Status: In Process    
Relates to price gouging; defines unconscionably excessive price for the purposes of prohibiting price gouging during abnormal disruption of the market.

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