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HB 1406, 78th Regular Session
Relating to a recommendation by a school district employee concerning a use of a psychotropic drug by a student or suggestion of a particular diagnosis and to refusal by a parent or certain other person to consent to administration of a psychotropic drug to a student or to psychiatric evaluation or examination of a student.

Last action: Effective immediately

Author: Betty Brown
Joint Author: Suzanna Hupp | Kent Grusendorf
Coauthor: Phil King | Bill Zedler | Debbie Riddle
Sponsor: Todd Staples

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 2003, 78th R.S.,ch. 1058, General and Special Laws of Texas

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)

Subjects:
Education--Primary & Secondary--General
Health--General
MEDICINE & PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
Minors--Health & Safety
PARENTAL CONSENT

House Committee: Public Education (Kent Grusendorf, Dan Branch, Glenda Dawson, Harold V. Dutton, Jr., Rob Eissler, Bob Griggs, Scott Hochberg, Jerry Madden, Kenny Marchant, Rene Oliveira)
Minutes: April 8 2003
Senate Committee: Education (Florence Shapiro, Kip Averitt, Kyle Janek, Steve Ogden, Todd Staples, Leticia Van de Putte, Royce West, Tommy Williams, Judith Zaffirini)
Minutes: May 15 2003 | May 20 2003 | May 22 2003

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