House File 2526: Revising the Newborn Screening Program

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Last Updated: April 25, 2014
House File 2526: Revising the Newborn Screening Program
Sponsors:
Representative Norton, Representative E. Murphy, Representative Huntley, Representative Liebling, Representative Mariani, Representative Loeffler, Representative Davnie, Representative Hortman
Summary:

House File (HF) 2526 amends the the newborn screening program statute to allow parents to choose to opt out of performing certain newborn screenings and to elect to not have blood samples and test results stored.

HSLDA's Position:
Neutral.
Action Requested:
Status:
2/27/2014 (House) Introduced and Referred to the Health and Human Services Policy Committee
3/10/2014 (House) Committee Report, to adopt as amended and re-refer to Civil Law
3/19/2014 (House) Second Reading
4/8/2014 (House) House rule 1.21, placed on Calendar for the Day Thursday, April 10, 2014
4/24/2014 (House) Referred to Chief Clerk for comparison with SF 2047

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