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House Bill 21: Child Welfare Revisions
Representative Wayne Harper.
This bill clarifies the definition of child abuse, specifically eliminating certain things, such as reasonable discipline and physical restraint of a child, from that definition. This bill also contains part of the language mandated by the federal CAPTA legislation, requiring social workers to be trained in the constitutional rights of parents.
|01/06/2006||House/ Received from General Counsel|
|01/16/2006||House/ Read 1st Time (Introduced)|
|01/16/2006||House/ Read 2nd Time|
|01/17/2006||House/ Read 3rd Time|
|01/17/2006||House/ Passed 3rd Reading|
|01/17/2006||Senate/ Received from House|
|01/20/2006||Senate/ To Standing Senate Health and Human Services Committee|
|01/24/2006||Senate Health and Human Services Committee—Favorable Recommendation|
|02/01/2006||Senate/ Pass 2nd|
|02/02/2006||Senate/ Pass 3rd|
|02/02/2006||Senate/ Signed by President to House|
|02/03/2006||House/ Signed by Speaker, Sent for Enrolling|
|03/07/2006||Pass Review Forward for Enrolling|
|03/08/2006||House/ Enrolled Bill to Printing|
|03/10/2006||Governor Signed Bill|
None at this time.
Support. This bill is a good step forward for parental rights.
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