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House Bill 1267: An Act Regarding Child Protective Services
Representatives Sitte, Koppelman, Metcalf, Price
This legislation requires social workers to advise an individual, at the initial time of contact, the specific complaints or allegations made against the individual. It also requires social workers to be trained in protecting the constitutional rights of children and families. The bill complies with the federal requirements contained in the Keeping Children and Families Safe Act of 2003.
|01/10/2005||Introduced and referred to Human Services|
|01/26/2005||Amendment Adopted and Passed|
|02/04/2005||Introduced into Senate and Referred to Human Services|
|02/23/2005||Senate Human Resources Committee Hearing|
|02/25/2005||Returned to House|
|02/28/2005||Signed by House Speaker|
|03/01/2005||Signed by Senate President|
|03/04/2005||Sent to Governor and signed|
|03/04/2005||Filed with Secretary of the State|
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