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Idaho Bill #HO391   View text of Bill | Go to Bill Online
Bill Name:House Bill H391
Type:Health Care Freedom
Requested Patriot Action:
Committees: The House State Affairs Committee Passed this on a vote of 13/3 on 01/19/10
Sponsors: House Sponsors:
Jim Clark (208) 772-5992
Lynn Luker (208) 375-8254
Raul Labrador (208) 938-1286

Also working on similar legislation are Rep Phil Hart and Judy Boyle and Senator Dean Cameron.
Session Schedule: In Session Jan 2010 - May 2010

The Idaho Legislature convenes in early January of each year.

The governor can call a special session of the Legislature at any time.

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Date Introduced: 1/19/2010
Status:Enacted - Governor Signed 3/17/2010
Passed House committee:Y
Passed Senate committee:Y
Passed Senate:Y
Passed House:Y
Link to Bill history: Go to Bill history
Bill History: HOUSE BILL 391

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IDAHO HEALTH FREEDOM ACT - Amends and adds to existing law relating to health and safety to establish the Idaho Health Freedom Act; and to provide for enforcement and to revise the duties of the Attorney General.

IDAHO HEALTH FREEDOM ACT - Amends and adds to existing law relating to health and safety to establish the Idaho Health Freedom Act; and to provide for enforcement and to revise the duties of the Attorney General.

01/19 House intro - 1st rdg - to printing

01/20 Rpt prt - to St Aff

01/28 Rpt out - rec d/p - to 2nd rdg

01/29 2nd rdg - to 3rd rdg

02/01 To Gen Ord

02/04 Rpt out amen - to engros

02/05 Rpt engros - 1st rdg - to 2nd rdg as amen

02/08 2nd rdg - to 3rd rdg as amen

02/09 3rd rdg as amen - PASSED - 52-18-0
AYES -- Anderson, Andrus, Barrett, Bayer, Bedke, Bell, Bilbao, Black, Block, Bolz, Boyle, Chadderdon, Clark, Collins, Crane, Eskridge, Gibbs, Hagedorn, Hart, Hartgen, Harwood, Henderson, Jarvis, Kren, Labrador, Lake, Loertscher, Luker, Marriott, Mathews, McGeachin, Moyle, Nielsen, Nonini, Palmer, Patrick, Raybould, Roberts, Schaefer, Shepherd(08), Shirley, Simpson, Smith(24), Stevenson, Takasugi, Thayn, Thompson, Trail, Wills, Wood(27), Wood(35), Mr. Speaker
NAYS -- Boe, Burgoyne, Chavez, Chew, Cronin, Durst, Higgins, Jaquet, Killen, King, Pasley-Stuart, Pence, Ringo, Ruchti, Rusche, Sayler, Shepherd(02), Smith(30)
Absent and excused -- None
Floor Sponsors - Clark & Luker
Title apvd - to Senate

02/10 Senate intro - 1st rdg - to St Aff

02/18 Rpt out - rec d/p - to 2nd rdg

02/19 2nd rdg - to 3rd rdg

03/09 3rd rdg - PASSED - 24-10-1
AYES -- Bair, Brackett, Broadsword, Cameron, Corder, Darrington, Davis, Fulcher, Geddes, Goedde, Hammond, Heinrich, Hill, Jorgenson, Kerby(Keough), Lodge, McGee, McKenzie, Mortimer, Pearce, Schroeder, Siddoway, Smyser, Winder
NAYS -- Andreason, Bilyeu, Bock, Coiner, Kelly, LeFavour, Malepeai, Stegner, Stennett(Stennett), Werk
Absent and excused -- McKague

Floor Sponsor - Pearce
Title apvd - to House

03/10 To enrol

03/11 Rpt enrol - Sp signed

03/12 Pres signed

03/15 To Governor

03/17 Governor signed

Session Law Chapter 46
Effective: 07/01/10

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State constitution: Idaho State Constitution


Section 1.Inalienable rights of man. All men are by nature free and equal, and have certain inalienable rights, among which are enjoying and defending life and liberty; acquiring, possessing and protecting property; pursuing happiness and securing safety.

Section 2.Political power inherent in the people. All political power is inherent in the people. Government is instituted for their equal protection and benefit, and they have the right to alter, reform or abolish the same whenever they may deem it necessary; and no special privileges or immunities shall ever be granted that may not be altered, revoked, or repealed by the legislature.

Section 3.State inseparable part of Union. The state of Idaho is an inseparable part of the American Union, and the Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the land.

Section 4.Guaranty of religious liberty. The exercise and enjoyment of religious faith and worship shall forever be guaranteed; and no person shall be denied any civil or political right, privilege, or capacity on account of his religious opinions; but the liberty of conscience hereby secured shall not be construed to dispense with oaths or affirmations, or excuse acts of licentiousness or justify polygamous or other pernicious practices, inconsistent with morality or the peace or safety of the state; nor to permit any person, organization, or association to directly or indirectly aid or abet, counsel or advise any person to commit the crime of bigamy or polygamy, or any other crime. No person shall be required to attend or support any ministry or place of worship, religious sect or denomination, or pay tithes against his consent; nor shall any preference be given by law to any religious denomination or mode of worship. Bigamy and polygamy are forever prohibited in the state, and the legislature shall provide by law for the punishment of such crimes.
Section 9.Freedom of speech. Every person may freely speak, write and publish on all subjects, being responsible for the abuse of that liberty.

Section 10.Right of assembly. The people shall have the right to assemble in a peaceable manner, to consult for their common good; to instruct their representatives, and to petition the legislature for the redress of grievances.

Section 11.Right to keep and bear arms. The people have the right to keep and bear arms, which right shall not be abridged; but this provision shall not prevent the passage of laws to govern the carrying of weapons concealed on the person nor prevent passage of legislation providing minimum sentences for crimes committed while in possession of a firearm, nor prevent the passage of legislation providing penalties for the possession of firearms by a convicted felon, nor prevent the passage of any legislation punishing the use of a firearm. No law shall impose licensure, registration or special taxation on the ownership or possession of firearms or ammunition. Nor shall any law permit the confiscation of firearms, except those actually used in the commission of a felony.


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