|S.F. No. 310 - Use of Alcohol and THC by Pregnant Women|
|Author:||Senator Linda Berglin|
|Prepared by:||Kathleen Pontius, Senate Counsel (651/296-4394)|
|Date:||March 22, 2007|
Section 2 amends the mandatory reporting law for prenatal exposure to controlled substances to add the use of tetrahydrocannabinol or consumption of alcoholic beverages during pregnancy in a way that is habitual or excessive.
Section 3 makes a conforming change in the responsibilities of the local welfare agency, consistent with the expansion of the reporting requirements.
Section 4 repeals the definition of a "controlled substance" under the reporting law.
A copy of section 626.5561 is attached.
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