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Proposed S.B. No. 636
Session Year 2009
 


AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRESUMPTION OF INNOCENCE AND PRESERVATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS IN PROCEEDINGS ALLEGING CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT BY A PARENT OR GUARDIAN.

To protect parents' and guardians' constitutional rights in child abuse and neglect cases.

Introduced by:
Sen. Toni Nathaniel Harp, 10th Dist.
Rep. Toni E. Walker, 93rd Dist.
Rep. Patricia A. Dillon, 92nd Dist.

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 3/13/2009Incorporated In HB05425
 2/26/2009(HS)Vote to Draft
 2/6/2009Public Hearing 02/10
 2/4/2009(HS)Reserved for Subject Matter Public Hearing
 1/26/2009Referred to Joint Committee on Human Services

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