Environmental Health State Bill Tracking Database

3/31/2021

statenetThe National Conference of State Legislatures tracks legislation to bring you up to date, real-time information about environmental health bills that have been introduced in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. 

Environmental health legislation addresses environmental factors that may adversely impact human health or the ecological balances essential to long-term human health and environmental quality, whether in the natural or man-made environment.

Database Notes

You can search legislation for each year from 2009 to the present by state, topic, keyword, year, status or primary sponsor.

Bill information for the current year is updated each Tuesday. New measures are added as they are introduced or identified by NCSL staff.  Bills may appear twice in carry over states. In these states, please check the last date of action to ensure the status of the bill reflects the appropriate year. 

Searchable Database

For faster performance, please use the fields below to filter your results. If you select nothing, the default search will pick up all topics and states in the most recent session year available. The full text of bills is available by clicking on the bill number. This feature is available for bills from 2015 and later.

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Environmental Health Database Search Terms

Asthma    
Body Art Tattoo
Children's Environmental Health
Drinking Water
Environmental Health Management
Food Safety
Indoor Air Quality (includes mold and radon)
Pesticides (includes mosquito control)
Swimming Pools
Toxins and Chemicals (includes asbestos, lead, and mercury)
Tracking, Surveillance, and Biomonitoring
Water/Waste Water

The Environmental Health Legislation Database identifies legislation related to these topic areas from the introduction, through the legislative process, to adoption, to the Governor’s desk, to final enactment. The progress of each bill is updated twice monthly through the end of that state’s session.