House Bill 59 enables people who don’t have a central water provider and who meet income eligibility standards to receive water purification systems. It establishes a residential drinking water purification system program to be administered through the Department of Health and Social Services.
This bill has bipartisan prime sponsorship, so it should sail through both houses unanimously. However, it does not look like it will be considered in the upcoming meeting of the House Health & Human Development tomorrow.
|House Bill 59 – Residential Drinking Water Purification System Program||Currrent Status -House Health & Human Development 3/2/23|
|House Sponsors – Shupe, Briggs King, Ramone, Smith // Lambert, Dorsey Walker, Bolden, Parker Selby, Williams||Senate Sponsors – McBride, Hansen, Hoffner, Huxtable // Buckson, Wilson|
|House Yes Votes –||Senate Yes Votes –|
|House No Votes –||Senate No Votes –|
|House Absents or Not Voting –||Senate Absent or Not Voting –|
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