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H.Amdt. 152 (Hudson) to H.R. 1215: Amendment allows a physician to apologize to a patient for an unintended outcome without having the apology count against them in the court of law. The amendment requires a plaintiff to provide a notice of intent to the

Jun 28, 2017 at 4:46 p.m. ET. On the Amendment in the House.

This was a vote to approve or reject amendment H.Amdt. 152 (115th) (Richard Hudson) to H.R. 1215 (115th). The title of the amendment is H.Amdt. 152 (Hudson) to H.R. 1215: Amendment allows a physician to apologize to a patient for an unintended outcome without having the apology count against them in the court of law. The amendment requires a plaintiff to provide a notice of intent to the.

Totals

All Votes R D
Aye 51%
 
 
222
215
 
7
 
No 45%
 
 
197
17
 
180
 
Not Voting 3%
 
 
14
8
 
6
 

Agreed to. Simple Majority Required. Source: house.gov.

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