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    During the course of this legislative session, I will use this blog to highlight legislation may have  implications on health care policy in Michigan. All of these bills will not necessarily be viable pieces of legislation…. i.e. the bill is not likely to pass the House of Representatives and the Senate, as well as being signed by the governor. I encourage you to check this blog on a regular basis and I will make an attempt to update this blog as often as possible.

    SB 0093: This bill has already passed the Senate and was referred to the House Labor Committee. It is a proposed prohibition of MIOSHA and other state agencies from imposing rules and regulations regarding workplace ergonomics.

    SB 0003: This bill was introduced in the Senate by Republican Senator Mark Jansen. It seeks to extend the definition of individual to include an unborn fetus. It has been referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

    HB 4172: This bill requires hospitals to create an influenza vaccine strategic plan, in order to inform and provide elderly persons with vaccines. The bill has been referred to the House Health Policy Committee.

    HB 4402: This legislation seeks to ban the use of lindane, a pesticide, in human lice treatments.Representative Dan Scripps introduced the bill on February 24, 2009. It was referred to the House Committee on Great Lakes and Environment. This same legislation passed the House of Representatives last session but never made it through the Senate.

    Public Act 541/ HB 6456: This bill allows for a confidential, non-punitive system of reporting incidents in hospitals that resulted in adverse effects to patients. This legislation was introduced by Representative Kathy Angerer on September 11, 2008 and was signed into law on January 12, 2008. The bill is meant to promote an open discussion about incidents in hospitals so as to identify what was done wrong and possible solutions.

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    Leah Brynaert is Health Care Fellow & Correspondent for the Michigan Policy Network. She is a first-year student in Lyman Briggs College at MSU.