Telehealth Legislation: 2021 Update


Digital image by Ryan Stevens; image source by by Tumisu from Pixabay  Since the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an increased push for patients to meet virtually with their providers and to allow for certain expansions or relaxing of rules related to telehealth. With the increasing desire to expand telehealth arising, lawmakers across the country [...]

Telehealth Legislation: 2021 Update2021-09-07T13:25:58-04:00

2020 and Gubernatorial Vetoes


DMGS Highlights: Governors of states maintain the power to veto legislation.Each state has its own veto process.There are numerous types of vetoes.Vetoed legislation in 2020 includes: minimum wage bills, online voter registration bills, high school graduation requirement bills, telemedicine bills, budget line-item vetoes, and more. In a state’s system of checks and balances, governors maintain [...]

2020 and Gubernatorial Vetoes2023-09-11T01:31:24-04:00
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