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MS SB2881

Failed

Parents' Bill of Rights; enact.

An Act Relating To Parents' Bill Of Rights; Providing That The State, Its Political Subdivisions, Other Governmental Entities, Or Other Institutions May Not Infringe On Parental Rights Without Demonstrating Specified Information; Providing That A Parent Of A Minor Child Has Specified Rights Relating To His Or Her Minor Child; Prohibiting The State From Infringing Upon Specified Parental Rights; Providing That Certain Actions By Specified Individuals Are Grounds For Disciplinary Actions Against Such Individuals; Prohibiting Specified Parental Rights From Being Denied Or Abridged; Requiring Each District School Board To Develop And Adopt A Policy To Promote Parental Involvement In The Public School System; Providing Requirements For Such Policy; Defining The Term "instructional Materials"; Authorizing A District School Board To Provide Such Policy Electronically Or On Its Website; Authorizing A Parent To Request Certain Information In Writing; Providing A Procedure For The Denial Of Such Information; Prohibiting Certain Health Care Practitioners And Their Employees From Taking Specified Actions Without A Parent's Written Permission; Prohibiting A Health Care Facility From Allowing Certain Actions Without A Parent's Written Permission; Providing Exceptions; Providing For Disciplinary Actions And Criminal Penalties; Providing That Certain Violations Relating To Parental Consent Are Grounds For Administrative Fines For Health Care Facilities; Providing That Failure To Comply With Certain Parental Consent Requirements Is Grounds For Disciplinary Action For Health Care Practitioners; And For Related Purposes.

Legislative Session

inactive

2022 Regular Session

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Sponsors

Chris McDaniel (R)

History

DateAction
2022-02-01Died In Committee
2022-01-17Referred To Public Health and Welfare;Education