House Bill 2246: Mandatory Paternity Testing

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Last Updated: February 23, 2011
House Bill 2246: Mandatory Paternity Testing
Sponsors:
Representative McCray-Miller
Summary:

This bill would require any child born in the state of Kansas to submit to genetic tests to determine the child's paternity. Children born in a hospital would have to submit to testing prior to leaving the hospital, and children born elsewhere than a hospital would have to submit to testing within 10 days of birth.

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Status:

2/9/2011 - Introduced
2/10/2011 - Referred to House Committee on Judiciary

This bill failed to exit committee before the session ended, and is now dead.

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