Senate Bill 220: Expands Definition of Mandatory Reporters

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Last Updated: May 28, 2013
Senate Bill 220: Expands Definition of Mandatory Reporters
Sponsors:
Senator Nicholson, Senator Aguilar, Senator Carroll, Senator Giron, Senator Guzman, Senator Heath, Senator Hudak, Senator Jones, Senator Kefalas, Senator Kerr, Senator Newell, Senator Schwartz, Senator Tochtrop, Senator Todd, Senator Morse, Representative Fields, Representative Garcia, Representative Ginal, Representative Hamner, Representative Hullinghorst, Representative Kagan, Representative Kraft-Tharp, Representative Labuda, Representative Lebsock, Representative May, Representative Melton, Representative Peniston, Representative Pette
Summary:

Senate Bill 220 expands the definition of mandatory reporters for potential child abuse or neglect to include emergency medical service providers.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:
3/15/2013 (Senate) Introduced and Referred to Health & Human Services Committee
4/3/2013 (Senate) Referred to Committee of the Whole
4/8/2013 (Senate) Passed Second Reading
4/9/2013 (Senate) Passed Senate on Third Reading
4/9/2013 (House) Introduced and Referred to Health Care & Human Services Committee
4/16/2013 (House) Referred to Committee of the Whole
4/19/2013 (House) Passed Second Reading
4/22/2013 (House) Passed House on Third Reading
5/14/2013 (Governor) Signed by Governor

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