House Bill 4893: Central Child Abuse Registry

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Last Updated: March 11, 2014
House Bill 4893: Central Child Abuse Registry
Sponsors:
Representative O'Brien
Summary:

House Bill 4893 is an attempt to make modest changes to the central child abuse registry by requiring that records be kept for a maximum of 10 years except in certain egregious cases. The bill also would provide a notice and hearing opportunity for those placed on the registry.

HSLDA's Position:
Neutral.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:
7/18/2013 (House) Introduced and Referred to Committee on Families, Children, and Seniors
10/30/2013 (House) Reported out of committee
11/12/2013 (House) Passed Second Reading
11/13/2013 (House) Passed House on Third Reading and transmitted to Senate
11/14/2013 (Senate) Referred to Committee on Families, Seniors and Human Services
12/5/2013 (Senate) Referred to Committee of the Whole
2/20/2014 (Senate) Passed Committee of the Whole
2/20/2014 (Senate) Reported by Committee of the Whole without amendments
2/25/2014 (Senate) Passed in the Senate and returned without amendment and with immediate effect
2/25/2014 (House) Bill ordered enrolled
3/11/2014 (House) Approved by the Governor
3/11/2014 (House) Filed with the Secretary of State

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