AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON HOLDING A PARENT ACCOUNTABLE FOR HARM DONE TO THE PARENT'S CHILD BEFORE BIRTH DUE TO THE PARENT'S ABUSE OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES.
Authorizes the Legislative Research Commission (Commission) to (1) study matters pertaining to holding a parent accountable for harm done to the parent's child before birth as a result of the parent's abuse of controlled substances and (2) report its findings and recommendations to the 2018 Regular Session of the 2017 General Assembly by April 1, 2018. Directs the Legislative Services Officer to allocate funds appropriated to the General Assembly for the expenditures of the Legislative Services Commission in conducting this study.
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