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House 1567: Relating to Psychotropic Meds/Children/Out-Of-Home Placements ------------------------------------------------------------------

H1567    GENERAL BILL by Culp  (Compare CS/CS/CS/3RD ENG/S 0724, CS/CS/S 2718)
Psychotropic Meds/Children/Out-Of-Home Placements; Repeals provision
relating to authority of DCFS to prescribe psychotropic medication to
child in its custody; requires that guardian ad litem be appointed by
court to represent child in custody of DCFS who is prescribed such
medication; requires that express & informed consent & assent be
obtained from child or child's parent or guardian; provides requirements
for prescribing physician, DCFS, & court, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE:
07/01/2010.
03/02/10 HOUSE Filed; Introduced -HJ 00142
03/10/10 HOUSE Referred to Health Care Services Policy (HFPC); Health Care
                  Appropriations (CGHC); Health & Family Services Policy
                  Council -HJ 00258
04/30/10 HOUSE Died in Committee on Health Care Services Policy (HFPC)


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Citations - Statute


0039.407
0039.4071
0743.0645


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