SB 17

  • Delaware Senate Bill
  • 149th General Assembly (2017-2018)
  • Introduced in Senate Mar 09, 2017
  • Passed Senate Jan 26, 2017
  • Passed House Mar 21, 2017
  • Signed by Governor Apr 25, 2017

An Act To Amend Title 16 Of The Delaware Code Relating To Anatomical Gifts.

Abstract

This bill provides for research or transplantation of organs and other anatomical gifts as authorized under federal law among donors who have tested positive for exposure to HIV and intended recipients who have also tested positive for exposure to HIV. Delaware is currently the only state that has laws prohibiting the use of HIV positive organs for HIV positive recipients entirely, including the use of organs as part of a research protocol.

Bill Sponsors (21)

Votes


Mar 21, 2017

Jan 26, 2017

Actions


Apr 25, 2017

Office of the Governor

Signed by Governor

Mar 21, 2017

House

Passed By House. Votes: 38 YES 3 ABSENT

Mar 15, 2017

House

Reported Out of Committee (Health & Human Development) in House with 1 Favorable, 10 On Its Merits

  • Committee-Passage-Favorable
  • Committee-Passage
Health & Human Development

Mar 09, 2017

House

Assigned to Health & Human Development Committee in House

  • Introduction
  • Referral-Committee
Health & Human Development

Jan 26, 2017

Senate

Passed By Senate. Votes: 19 YES 1 ABSENT

Jan 25, 2017

Senate

Reported Out of Committee (Health, Children & Social Services) in Senate with 3 Favorable

  • Committee-Passage-Favorable
  • Committee-Passage
Health, Children & Social Services

Jan 19, 2017

Senate

Introduced and Assigned to Health, Children & Social Services Committee in Senate

  • Introduction
  • Referral-Committee
Health, Children & Social Services

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