Reporting to parents or guardians about care to be provided to a minor (MINORS).
A person who has not attained the age at which full civil rights are accorded.
Termination of pregnancy under conditions allowed under local laws. (POPLINE Thesaurus, 1991)
Notification or reporting by a physician or other health care provider of the occurrence of specified contagious diseases such as tuberculosis and HIV infections to designated public health agencies. The United States system of reporting notifiable diseases evolved from the Quarantine Act of 1878, which authorized the US Public Health Service to collect morbidity data on cholera, smallpox, and yellow fever; each state in the US has its own list of notifiable diseases and depends largely on reporting by the individual health care provider. (From Segen, Dictionary of Modern Medicine, 1992)

Concern at Gillick judgment.(1/26)

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Annual report of Council, 1985-1986: medical ethics.(2/26)

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Annual report of Council, 1986-1987: medical ethics.(3/26)

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Confidentiality of medical information: a study of Albertan family physicians. (4/26)

The author of this paper examines physicians' regard for the confidentiality of medical information in the light of their perception of their own role. Five case studies of increasing complexity of medical management and ethical issues, derived from practice and accompanied by questions relating to confidentiality and medical management, were submitted to randomly selected family physicians in Alberta. Analysis of the replies to determine attitudes to confidentiality and how the respondents perceived patients' best interests, and statements of how they would act in certain situations, disclosed that a substantial minority of the physicians were still prepared to breach confidentiality and exercise Hippocratic professional judgement in certain situations. The bases of confidentiality of medical information are reviewed, together with changing modes of medical ethics and the increasing trend to rights derived from patients, autonomy, and the ways in which these factors may affect the physician-patient relationship.  (+info)

Fertility and parental consent for minors to receive contraceptives. (5/26)

OBJECTIVES: I examined the effect of imposing a requirement for parental consent before minors can receive medical contraceptives. METHODS: Birth and abortions among teens, relative to adults, in a suburban Illinois county that imposed a parental consent requirement in 1998 were compared with births and abortions in nearby counties during the period 1997-2000. RESULTS: The relative proportion of births to women under age 19 years in the county rose significantly compared with nearby counties, whereas the relative proportion of abortions to women under age 20 years declined insignificantly, with a relative increase in the proportion of pregnancies (births and abortions) to young women in the county. CONCLUSIONS: Imposing a parental consent requirement for contraceptives, but not abortions, appears to raise the frequency of pregnancies and births among young women.  (+info)

Children and adolescents - who can give consent? (6/26)

Case histories are based on actual medical negligence claims or medicolegal referrals; however certain facts have been omitted or changed by the author to ensure the anonymity of the parties involved. Can children and adolescents consent to their own medical treatment? Do general practitioners owe teenagers a duty of confidentiality? This article examines the legal obligations of GPs when obtaining consent to medical treatment from patients who are under 18 years of age.  (+info)

Validity of parental reporting of recent episodes of acute otitis media: a Slone Center Office-Based Research (SCOR) Network study. (7/26)

BACKGROUND: The validity of parental reporting of children's health outcomes is an important methodological issue in community-based pediatric research. We assessed the validity of parents' reports of their children's acute otitis media (AOM) history over the previous month in a pilot study of xylitol for AOM prevention. METHODS: Parents of children participating in a study conducted in the Slone Center Office-Based Research (SCOR) Network were interviewed monthly for 3 months and asked whether their child had been diagnosed with AOM in the previous month. A blinded physician reviewed medical records. Results from parental interviews and medical records were compared by correlation analysis. RESULTS: Medical records were obtained for 102 of 120 children (85.0%); 272 monthly interviews were completed. Kappa for the agreement between parental reports and medical records was 0.88 [95% confidence intervals (CI): 0.76 to 0.94]. The positive predictive value of a parental report of an AOM episode within the previous month was 85.0%, and the negative predictive value was 99.1%. CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study suggest that parental reporting of children's recent AOM history correlates well with medical records. Parental interview is a reasonable approach to collecting data on recent AOM outcomes, particularly in large-scale community-based studies where obtaining medical records is often impractical.  (+info)

Imparting carrier status results detected by universal newborn screening for sickle cell and cystic fibrosis in England: a qualitative study of current practice and policy challenges. (8/26)

BACKGROUND: Universal newborn screening for early detection of children affected by sickle cell disorders and cystic fibrosis is currently being implemented across England. Parents of infants identified as carriers of these disorders must also be informed of their baby's result. However there is a lack of evidence for most effective practice internationally when doing so. This study describes current or proposed models for imparting this information in practice and explores associated challenges for policy. METHODS: Thematic analysis of semi-structured interviews with Child Health Coordinators from all English Health Regions. RESULTS: Diverse methods for imparting carrier results, both within and between regions, and within and between conditions, were being implemented or planned. Models ranged from result by letter to in-person communication during a home visit. Non-specialists were considered the best placed professionals to give results and a similar approach for both conditions was emphasised. While national guidance has influenced choice of models, other factors contributed such as existing service structures and lack of funding. Challenges included uncertainty about guidance specifying face to face notification; how best to balance allaying parental anxiety by using familiar non-specialist health professionals with concerns about practitioner competence; and extent of information parents should be given. Inadequate consideration of resource and service workload was seen as the main policy obstacle. Clarification of existing guidance; more specific protocols to ensure consistent countrywide practice; integration of the two programmes; and 'normalising' carrier status were suggested as improvements. CONCLUSION: Differing models for communicating carrier results raise concerns about equity and clinical governance. However, this variation provides opportunity for evaluation. Timely and more detailed guidance on protocols with clarification of existing recommendations is needed.  (+info)

Parental notification is a term used in the context of medical care, particularly in situations involving minors (individuals who are under the age of majority, which is 18 years old in most states in the US). It refers to the practice of informing or notifying a parent, legal guardian, or other responsible adult relative of a minor's decision to seek certain medical services, treatments, or procedures.

In some cases, parental notification may be required by law before a minor can receive specific medical interventions, such as abortion, mental health treatment, or certain surgical procedures. The specific requirements for parental notification vary depending on the jurisdiction and the type of medical service being sought.

The purpose of parental notification is to ensure that parents or guardians are involved in important medical decisions affecting their minor children, and to provide an opportunity for them to offer guidance, support, and consent. However, there may be exceptions to parental notification requirements in cases where the minor is mature enough to make informed decisions about their own health care, or when notifying a parent could put the minor at risk of harm or abuse.

In medical and legal contexts, a minor is a person who has not yet reached the age of majority. The age of majority varies depending on the jurisdiction but is generally 18 or 21 years old. Minors are considered to be legally incompetent to make certain decisions for themselves, such as consenting to medical treatment or signing a contract. Therefore, in healthcare settings, minors typically require the consent of a parent or guardian before receiving medical care, except in specific circumstances where the minor is deemed mature enough to make their own decisions (e.g., emancipated minors).

A legal abortion is the deliberate termination of a pregnancy through medical or surgical means, carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations of a particular jurisdiction. In countries where abortion is legal, it is typically restricted to certain circumstances, such as:

* To protect the life or health of the pregnant person
* In cases of fetal anomalies that are incompatible with life outside the womb
* When the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest
* When the continuation of the pregnancy would pose a significant risk to the physical or mental health of the pregnant person

The specific circumstances under which abortion is legal, as well as the procedures and regulations that govern it, vary widely from one country to another. In some places, such as the United States, abortion is protected as a fundamental right under certain conditions; while in other countries, such as those with highly restrictive abortion laws, it may only be allowed in very limited circumstances or not at all.

Disease notification is the process by which health care professionals, laboratories, or other relevant individuals or organizations inform public health authorities about cases of specific diseases or conditions that are reportable (also known as notifiable) within a particular jurisdiction. Reportable diseases are those that have been designated by law or regulation as posing a significant risk to public health and for which timely reporting is necessary to enable effective surveillance, control measures, and prevention strategies.

The specific diseases and conditions that must be reported, as well as the procedures for reporting, vary by jurisdiction. Common reportable diseases include infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, measles, and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), as well as non-infectious conditions like cancer and lead poisoning.

The purpose of disease notification is to provide public health officials with accurate and up-to-date information about the occurrence and spread of diseases in a population. This information can help inform policy decisions, guide resource allocation, and support the development and implementation of evidence-based interventions to protect and promote the health of communities.

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"UCP opposes GSA bill banning parental notification". CBC News. November 7, 2017. Retrieved February 26, 2018. "UCP members ...
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"Parental notification of abortions performed on unaccompanied minors". Article 2F, of May 8, 2017. West Virginia Legislature. ... West Virginia requires parental consent for a minor to receive an abortion. Historically, this could be avoided by a waiver ... In 2016, only four minors had abortions that bypassed parental consent by getting a waiver. In 2017, the state had an infant ...
"Parental: Vermont House takes final vote on notification legislation". Rutland Herald. May 12, 2001. p. 10. Archived from the ...
Thus minors can receive services without parental notification or consent. Additionally, medical records for all patients age ... Show Your ID "Forced Parental Involvement Defeats the Goals of the Title X Program". The Center for Reproductive Rights. ...
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Some of these include modifications to the amendment process itself, parental notification of a minor's intent to terminate a ... Section 22 requires parental notification prior to a minor obtaining an abortion. Section 24 specifies the state minimum wage. ...
Wilson, Patrick (April 8, 2022). "Youngkin signs bill requiring parental notification of sexually explicit content in schools ... "Youngkin pledged more parental control of education, but changes may prove difficult". Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286. ... This is the first statewide law in the nation allowing for parental review of sexually explicit content in school curriculum. ... Eva McKend and Dan Merica (7 October 2021). "Virginia Republicans seize on parental rights and schools fight in final weeks of ...
Additionally, I support parental notification and a ban on partial birth abortions." During his 2010 and 2012 campaigns, ...
Wilson, Patrick (April 8, 2022). "Youngkin signs bill requiring parental notification of sexually explicit content in schools ... "Youngkin pledged more parental control of education, but changes may prove difficult". The Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286. ... At the start of Youngkin's governorship, there were no statewide laws in the nation allowing for parental review of sexually ... Eva McKend and Dan Merica (October 7, 2021). "Virginia Republicans seize on parental rights and schools fight in final weeks of ...
The proposition sought to require parental notification and a 48-hour waiting period for anyone under 18 seeking an abortion. ... In 2011 Rhomberg was the spokesperson for the Parental Notification Initiative Campaign. Rhomberg currently serves on the board ... Gordon, Rachel (October 9, 2006). "CAMPAIGN 2006 / PROPOSITION 85 / Parental notification for abortion back on ballot / Voters ...
She did not support partial birth abortions and favored parental notification laws. McMahon opposed amnesty for illegal ...
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This article analyzes the legal impact of legislative proposals in 1998 and 1999 to require parental notification for minors ... The Undue Burden: Parental Notification Requirements for Publicly Funded Contraception. Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & ... This article analyzes the legal impact of legislative proposals in 1998 and 1999 to require parental notification for minors ... Bornstein, Stephanie, The Undue Burden: Parental Notification Requirements for Publicly Funded Contraception (2000). Berkeley ...
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... announced they will attempt to repeal the state parental notification law during the next legislative session. The law, which ...
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... which would reinstate New Hampshires parental notification law for a minor seeking an abortion. ... Cornerstone testifies in favor of parental notification. Latest News / By nhcornerstone / March 1, 2011 ... In a recent UNH poll, it was revealed that 57% of NH adults support a parental notification law. ... Today, the New Hampshire House Judiciary Committee heard HB 329, which would reinstate New Hampshires parental notification ...
Opponents Go After Draconian Bill Requiring Parental Notification Before Teaching LGBTQ Content in Schools. Mary Margaret ... "Teachers, rightly, have raised concerns about what would and would not need parental approval, citing examples as fundamental ...
Parental Notification and Consent Laws. Karen Rayne July 3, 2007. July 3, 2007. 5 Comments on Parental Notification and Consent ... The next step beyond parental NOTIFICATION laws are parental CONSENT laws. Parental consent laws are so outside the bounds of ... In Texas, we have a parental consent law. The closest place without such a parental notification or consent law is New Mexico ... Parental notification and consent laws undercut this most basic truth I have grown up taking for granted. Women of all ages ...
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Some 27 require parental consent, while 10 require parental notification.. Backers of the parental consent law said the failure ... The states parental notification law was passed in 1995 but only implemented in 2013 after a lengthy court battle. ... "Repealing parental notification would harm the relationship between parent and child and prevent parents from knowing their ... She served as moderator for a March 15 press conference of supporters of the states current parental notification law. The ...
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Did you know that minors cannot receive an aspirin at school without parental notification and consent, but they can obtain an ... As reported last week, Governor Martinez added House Bill 56 - the Parental Notification of Abortion Act - to the Legislative ... parental notification and/or consent requirement laws. In 2014, for example, a minor girl at the Office of Refugee Resettlement ... given the fact that she cannot receive an aspirin at school without parental notification and consent! The bill sponsors and ...
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Title XLIX: PARENTAL RIGHTS. Chapter 1014: PARENTS BILL OF RIGHTS. 1014.05 School district notifications on parental rights. - ... Policy 2416 - Student Privacy and Parental Access to Information. (d) Procedures, pursuant to s. 1002.20(3)(d), for a parent to ... Policy 2416 - Student Privacy and Parental Access to Information. 7. In accordance with s. 1008.25, the right of a parent to ... a) A plan, pursuant to s. 1002.23, for parental participation in schools to improve parent and teacher cooperation in such ...
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  • From a pro-lifer in the courtroom… A Cook Co. Circuit Court judge has just ruled in favor of IL's parental notification law. (jillstanek.com)
  • It seems to me like people who are in favor of parental consent laws are thinking in terms of their families, not families where daughters need to be protected from their parents. (karenrayne.com)
  • Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger Notable arguments that have been made in favor of Prop. 4 include: 34 other U.S. States have had notification laws in place for as long as 25 years. (wikipedia.org)
  • The 4-1 vote in favor of the notification rule came at the end of a contentious, four-hour meeting that at one point saw the ejection of state Superintendent of Schools Tony Thurmond , who was led away by security officers to shouts of "kick him out. (yahoo.com)
  • The state's parental notification law was passed in 1995 but only implemented in 2013 after a lengthy court battle. (angelusnews.com)
  • Currently, 37 states require some type of parental involvement in a minor's abortion, according to the Guttmacher Institute. (lifenews.com)
  • Serrin Foster, president of Feminists for Life, previously has spoken about how parental involvement laws help protect vulnerable young girls from abuses. (lifenews.com)
  • However, Planned Parenthood, NARAL and other abortion advocacy groups often lobby against parental involvement laws. (lifenews.com)
  • In 2013, Planned Parenthood also filed a lawsuit in Montana to overturn its parental involvement requirements . (lifenews.com)
  • Just as important, it is time to reject the offensive and unjustified idea that pregnant New Hampshire adolescents are, as a rule, harmed by parental involvement in pregnancy-related decisions. (nhcornerstone.org)
  • I see laws like this as mostly an effort to legislate parental involvement in a teenager's life. (karenrayne.com)
  • 1) Each district school board shall, in consultation with parents, teachers, and administrators, develop and adopt a policy to promote parental involvement in the public school system. (manateeschools.net)
  • There is also a system called a judicial bypass that allows a minor to work with a lawyer to get a court-approved alternative to parental involvement. (thewomenscenters.com)
  • Backers of the parental consent law said the failure to implement it until 2013 made Illinois a destination for minors seeking abortion and would allow minors to be taken to Illinois for abortions without parental knowledge by persons who may be exploiting them and seek to avoid their states' reporting requirements. (angelusnews.com)
  • According to federal court documents, under the Obama administration, pregnant minors in federal custody were transported to New Mexico for abortions to circumvent other states' parental notification and/or consent requirement laws . (familypolicyalliance.com)
  • The reason there are fewer teen pregnancies in states mandating parental notification is that more teenage girls choose to go underground and have unsafe abortions which go unreported. (wikipedia.org)
  • The three bills introduced so far deal with such issues as parental notification, local hospital privilege requirements for doctors, and a ban on abortions after viability. (operationrescue.org)
  • Kerry voted against parental notification for teenage abortions. (prolifeaction.org)
  • This article analyzes the legal impact of legislative proposals in 1998 and 1999 to require parental notification for minors seeking publicly funded contraception. (ssrn.com)
  • Some 27 require parental consent, while 10 require parental notification. (angelusnews.com)
  • On Friday, the House Regulatory and Public Affairs Committee will hear testimony on HB 390, the Late-Term Abortion Ban and HB 391, the Parental Notification of Abortion Act. (operationrescue.org)
  • The parental notification requirement had been on the books since 1995, though minors did have the right to request the notification be waived if they expressed concerns about their safety. (populationconnection.org)
  • g) In accordance with Section 300.300(d)(5) of Title 34 of the Code of Federal Regulations, to meet the reasonable efforts requirement in subdivision (c), the local educational agency shall document its attempts to obtain parental consent using the procedures in subdivision (h) of Section 56341.5. (gamutonline.net)
  • A minor may also seek a judge's approval to bypass the notification requirement. (angelusnews.com)
  • Because she was in a state with parental consent requirements, an ORR field specialist emailed other ORR staff members and explained, " This is why termination of pregnancies are done in New Mexico due to the fact that currently (by law) there is no parental consent requirement . (familypolicyalliance.com)
  • Notification or consent may be a requirement before testing, depending on jurisdiction and circumstances. (msdmanuals.com)
  • Two Dueling Court Rulings on Parental Notification in California. (libertyjusticecenter.org)
  • Proposition 4, or the Abortion Waiting Period and Parental Notification Initiative, also known to its supporters as Sarah's Law, was an initiative state constitutional amendment in the 2008 California general election. (wikipedia.org)
  • Proposition 4 represents the third time that California voters will have considered the issue of a parental notification/waiting period for abortion. (wikipedia.org)
  • American Academy of Pediatrics, California District American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, District IX California Academy of Family Physicians California Family Health Council California Nurses Association California School Counselors Association California Teachers Association Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California California NOW Equality California The Let California Ring coalition Notable arguments that have been made against Prop. 4 include: Mandated parental notification laws do not work. (wikipedia.org)
  • Parental notification/parental consent laws have strong public support . (lifenews.com)
  • Parental notification laws leave girls who most need society's help and support out in the cold. (karenrayne.com)
  • The next step beyond parental NOTIFICATION laws are parental CONSENT laws. (karenrayne.com)
  • Parental consent laws are so outside the bounds of reasonableness that they should not even be discussed in polite company. (karenrayne.com)
  • Parental notification and consent laws undercut this most basic truth I have grown up taking for granted. (karenrayne.com)
  • I don't have the same visceral reaction to parental consent or notification laws that you do. (karenrayne.com)
  • Dr. Brook Bello, a survivor of human trafficking and founder of the anti-trafficking organization More Too Life, said notification laws can help trafficking victims. (angelusnews.com)
  • a) A plan, pursuant to s. 1002.23, for parental participation in schools to improve parent and teacher cooperation in such areas as homework, school attendance, and discipline. (manateeschools.net)
  • The initiative would prohibit abortion for un-emancipated minors until 48 hours after physician notifies minor's parent, legal guardian or, if parental abuse has been reported, an alternative adult family member. (wikipedia.org)
  • Supporters of the legislation that would repeal the 2003 law also questioned the legality of the law, rather than focusing on parental or abortion rights. (feminist.org)
  • Camille Giulio, a spokeswoman for the pro-4 campaign said that the November 2008 election represents a better opportunity for parental notification legislation because: There will be a higher voter turnout in November 2008 than when 85 and 73 were voted on. (wikipedia.org)
  • CEP is pushing forward with numerous initiatives, Peterson said, including "several state-level efforts to pass more expansive and better parental-choice legislation," as well as efforts to push back on excessive state control of Catholic school licensure, accreditation and testing requirements. (ncregister.com)
  • Democrats in New Hampshire, who now have a majority in the state House and Senate, announced they will attempt to repeal the state parental notification law during the next legislative session. (prochoice.org)
  • Bourne said several Democrats voted against the 2019 pro-abortion rights bill and she expects many to vote against repeal of the notification law. (angelusnews.com)
  • Nothing in the U.S. Constitution prohibits Indiana from requiring parental notification when an unemancipated minor is getting an abortion," Hill said in a statement. (lifenews.com)
  • Parental notification means that one or both parents must be informed of a minor's abortion before it can take place. (karenrayne.com)
  • It gets to the nub of what it means to be a teenager and what are the parental roles and responsibilities of their parents. (karenrayne.com)
  • e) In accordance with Section 300.300(d)(1) of Title 34 of the Code of Federal Regulations, parental consent is not required before reviewing existing data as part of an assessment or reassessment, or before administering a test or other assessment that is administered to all children, unless before administration of that test or assessment, consent is required of the parents of all the children. (gamutonline.net)
  • Amy Gehrke, executive director of Illinois Right to Life, said repealing the notification law would "completely usurp" the rights of parents who want to have a role in their daughters' decisions. (angelusnews.com)
  • Repealing parental notification would harm the relationship between parent and child and prevent parents from knowing their daughters might be in danger. (angelusnews.com)
  • Parents should be able to say that they don't believe certain books are age-appropriate for their children's schools, and school districts should be commended rather than punished for respecting parental rights. (senatenj.com)
  • Parental monitoring works best when parents have good, open, and caring relationships with their teens. (cdc.gov)
  • The parental notification policy "serves an important purpose of ensuring transparency exists between schools and parents to protect children and give them all the care and support they need while navigating difficult issues. (californiaglobe.com)
  • It is unlikely that any law would mandate the notification of the father's parents. (wikipedia.org)
  • This act requires school districts to provide notification to parents or guardians in the form of prior consent for each survey, evaluation, or analysis when certain topics may be asked of a student. (mo.gov)
  • Nearly three-quarters of the people in the state of Illinois are opposed to repealing our parental notice law," said Mary FioRito, an attorney and mother of three who is a fellow at the deNicola Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame. (angelusnews.com)
  • If this policy in our case violates the U.S. Constitution, 14th Amendment, parental rights, that would apply anywhere in the state. (libertyjusticecenter.org)
  • In Virginia, the state government recently instituted new school rules governing parental rights and transgender-related policies , but several school districts have refused to implement them, setting up a showdown between superintendents and the governor's office. (ncregister.com)
  • CEP supports "parental-choice initiatives on the state level and also religious-liberty and other public-policy initiatives that have an effect on Catholic schools and Catholic education generally," Peterson said. (ncregister.com)
  • In a letter to the Chino Valley Unified school board Thursday evening, state Attorney General Rob Bonta warned that the notification policy potentially infringes on students' privacy rights and educational opportunities. (yahoo.com)
  • After the 2017-2018 targeted vaccination program, notification rates decreased from 1.6/100,000 population in 2018 to 0.9/100,000 population in 2019 and continued to decline in 2020. (cdc.gov)
  • Rae also insisted that Bonta's central claim in his lawsuit that the parental notification policy violates the privacy rights of students is spurious for a number of reasons. (californiaglobe.com)
  • That would be compulsory vaccinations without parental consent or notification. (sanevax.org)
  • After 2013, IMD notification rates increased, reaching 1.5/100,000 population in 2017 ( 4 ). (cdc.gov)
  • Part I explores the history of Title X and some of its amendments, the HHS interpretive "squeal rule," and the federal courts' rejection of the HHS rule based on the congressional intent behind Title X. Part II focuses on the Parental Notification Act of 1998 and its likelihood for success against a constitutional challenge, based on an analysis of precedent on parental consent requirements for contraception and abortion. (ssrn.com)
  • Read about how California's LGBTQ-inclusivity requirements interact with parental opt-out from sex education. (aclunc.org)
  • She served as moderator for a March 15 press conference of supporters of the state's current parental notification law. (angelusnews.com)
  • Parental monitoring is associated with students experiencing less sexual risks, less substance use, and better mental health. (cdc.gov)
  • 1014.05 School district notifications on parental rights. (manateeschools.net)
  • School boards may deny parental objections that allege a de minimis infringement of parental rights or if the requested accommodation is unreasonable. (mo.gov)
  • Thurmond was there to address the Chino Valley Unified School District board before its vote on the parental notification policy, an issue that drew more than 300 people to Don Lugo High School. (yahoo.com)
  • By allowing for the disclosure of a student's gender identity without their consent, Chino Valley Unified School District's suggested Parental Notification policy would strip them of their freedom, violate their autonomy, and potentially put them in a harmful situation," Bonta said. (yahoo.com)
  • Customizable template for administrators that provides all required information for parental notification and opt-out. (aclunc.org)
  • By Representative Jones of North Reading, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 509) of Bradley H. Jones, Jr., and others relative to parental options of enrolling children in elective courses involving sexual education rather than opting out of mandatory courses. (malegislature.gov)
  • The signature-gathering drive to qualify the 2008 Parental Notification petition for the ballot was conducted by petition management firm Bader & Associates, Inc. at a cost of $2,555,000. (wikipedia.org)
  • The court's analysis in the Mirabelli opinion focuses on the First Amendment and explains under the 14th Amendment parental rights are being violated by this policy," Jonna told The Daily Signal last month. (libertyjusticecenter.org)
  • Garza said the parental notification policy was overly broad and there was "no clear stated purpose" for the policy. (californiaglobe.com)
  • The Ohio Social Media Parental Notification Act, as part of House Bill 33, was passed in Ohio's. (privo.com)
  • In a recent UNH poll , it was revealed that 57% of NH adults support a parental notification law. (nhcornerstone.org)
  • Rep. Avery Bourne, a Republican, told WSIL-TV that the current law only requires parental notification, not consent. (angelusnews.com)
  • Email notifications, templates, and scheduling are included. (edvistas.com)
  • We also found that overall, boys were more likely than girls to have ever had a significant head injury and there were also disparities by race and parental educational attainment. (cdc.gov)
  • Today, the New Hampshire House Judiciary Committee heard HB 329, which would reinstate New Hampshire's parental notification law for a minor seeking an abortion. (nhcornerstone.org)
  • Invasive meningococcal disease notification rates (solid line) and cumulative meningococcal ACWY vaccine coverage rates (dotted line) among children 12 months-4 years of age, Western Australia, 2012-2020. (cdc.gov)
  • Questions for Lindsey Black, Health Statistician and Lead Author of " Parental Report of Significant Head Injuries in Children Aged 3-17 Years: United States, 2016 . (cdc.gov)
  • The proposed initiative, if enacted as a constitutional amendment, would: Provide exceptions for medical emergency or parental waiver. (wikipedia.org)
  • and "how does parental notification and opt-out work? (aclunc.org)
  • We assessed the effects of a quadrivalent meningococcal vaccination program using 2012-2020 IMD notification data. (cdc.gov)
  • From Thomas More Society spokesperson, who told me Judge Riley has dismissed the ACLU's case against the parental notification law. (jillstanek.com)