House File 2095: Remove Consent Requirement for Mental Health Screening

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House File 2095: Remove Consent Requirement for Mental Health Screening
Sponsors:
Representative Mullery
Summary:

House File 2095 would replace the requirement for courts to obtain written consent from parents for mental health screenings of delinquent children to a requirement to simply notify parents of the option to object to such screening.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:
2/25/14 (House) Introduced, Referred to Early Childhood & Youth Development Policy Committee
3/6/14 (House) Committee Report, Adopt as Amended
3/10/14 (House) Re-referred Health and Human Services Policy
5/16/14 (House) Legislative Session Ended; Bill Died in Committee

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