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H.R.1645: Radiation Exposure Compensation Act Amendments of 2013
About this Bill
|This bill was introduced in the||113th Congress|
|This bill is primarily about||labor and employment|
|You can||read the bill|
|Sponsor||Ben Ray Luján, D-N.M.|
|Total Cosponsors||7 (6 Democrats, 1 Republican)|
|Introduced||April 18, 2013|
|Latest Major Action||July 8, 2013|
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- Bill introduced in the House
- Bill passed in the House
- Bill passed in the Senate
- Bill signed into law
Radiation Exposure Compensation Act Amendments of 2013 - Amends the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act to extend the Radiation Exposure Compensation Trust Fund until 19 years after enactment of this Act.
Prescribes additional periods of required presence in an affected area during atmospheric nuclear testing for individuals filing leukemia or specified disease claims. Increases the amount of compensation an individual filing a claim may receive to $150,000.
Expands "affected area" to include Colorado, Idaho, Montana, and New Mexico, as well as any county in Arizona, Nevada, or Utah.
Extends to December 31, 1990, the period during which an individual employed at any time in a uranium mine or uranium mill is made eligible to receive compensation for a disease claim due to radiation exposure. Makes a core driller eligible to receive compensation upon filing of a disease claim.
Makes miners, core drillers, and ore transporters who suffer renal c...
(Source: Congressional Research Service)
|July 8, 2013||Referred to the Subcommittee on Workforce Protections.|
|April 30, 2013||Referred to the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security.|
|April 19, 2013||Referred to the Subcommittee on Energy and Power.|
|April 18, 2013||Referred to House Energy and Commerce|
|April 18, 2013||Referred to House Education and the Workforce|
|April 18, 2013||Referred to House Judiciary|