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 HB1061 Public health and safety; Child Abuse Prevention Act; dissemination of birth records; effective date.       REF TO HEALTH (S)



 HB1427 Children; exempting multidisciplinary child abuse teams from requirements of open records and open meetings; effective date.       APPROVED BY GOV



 HB1450 Child abuse and neglect reporting; prohibiting disclosure of reporting party identifying information; providing exception; effective date.       REF TO JUDIC (H)



 HB2032 Crimes and punishments; modifying elements of certain prohibited act; effective date.       REF TO RULES (H)



 HB2035 Crimes and punishments; modifying elements of certain prohibited acts; effective date.       REF TO JUDIC (H)



 HB2132 School truancy; requiring State Board of Education to provide truant student information to the Office of Child Abuse Prevention; effective date.       REF TO ED (S)



 HB2254 Crimes and punishments; modifying scope of certain definitions; effective date.       REF TO JUDIC (H)



 HB2329 Child welfare; requiring person reporting child abuse or neglect to disclose name, telephone number and address; effective date.       GENERAL ORDER (H)



 HB2523 Crimes and punishments; modifying scope of certain prohibited act; effective date.       GENERAL ORDER (H)



 HB2590 Crimes and penalties; providing sentencing requirement for persons convicted of certain offenses; effective date.       GENERAL ORDER (H)



 HB2604 Children; directing Department of Human Services to create a perpetrator registry; effective date.       REF TO APPR (S)



 HB2610 Children; child abuse examiners; directing the Commission on Children and Youth to promulgate rules for child abuse medical examiners.       GENERAL ORDER (S)



 HCR1002 Concurrent Resolution; proclaiming the month of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month in Oklahoma.       INTRODUCED (H)



 SB576 School employees; directing certain report of abuse or neglect to be made to DHS and law enforcement; requiring allegations reported to county office be referred to Department hotline. Effective date. Emergency.       GENERAL ORDER (H)



 SB833 Child Abuse Prevention Act; modifying criteria of certain annual report; requiring certain information to be provided to certain office. Effective date.       APPROVED BY GOV



 SB861 Child abuse; providing exclusion to certain offense. Effective date.       REF TO HEALTH (S)



 SB953 Child Abuse Multidisciplinary Account; modifying disbursement procedures for certain funds. Emergency.       ENGR TO SENATE (H)



 
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