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  • HB 87 Pro se minors; signing of pleading, motion, or other paper by next friend.
  • HB 118 Language development for children who are deaf or hard of hearing; assessment resources.
  • HB 135 Dissemination of juvenile record information; emergency medical services agency applicants.
  • HB 144 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; removal of name and information from Registry.
  • HB 149 Child support order payee; change in physical custody of child, orders involving DSS.
  • HB 241 Adoption; lowers amount of time child must reside with close relative.
  • HB 277 Guardians ad litem for children; report requirements, certification form.
  • HB 278 Compensation guardian ad litem appointed to represent a child; adjustment by the court.
  • HB 326 Child abuse and neglect; venue may lie where alleged abuse or neglect occurred.
  • HB 419 Juveniles; increases minimum age for trial as adult.
  • HB 438 School boards, local; prohibits assisting person for new job if engaged in misconduct w/minor.
  • HB 511 Child abuse or neglect; sex offenders, investigations, reports to law enforcement.
  • HB 517 Involuntary commitment of a juvenile; notification of parents.
  • HB 612 Learner's permits; issuance to delinquent children.
  • HB 625 Minors; alternative facility of temporary detention.
  • HB 676 Children; services for deaf or hard of hearing.
  • HB 707 Firearms; allowing access to children, penalty.
  • HB 708 Rear-facing child restraint devices; required until child reaches two years of age, etc.
  • HB 749 Minors; abduction for the purpose of prostitution, penalty.
  • HB 807 Custody and visitation agreements; best interests of the child, definition of other violent abuse.
  • HB 836 Child day programs at public or private school facilities; exemptions.
  • HB 873 Child care providers; criminal history background check, sunset and contingency.
  • HB 902 Sex Offenders and Crimes Against Minors Registry; removal of name from Registry.
  • HB 939 Adoption; person other than spouse of parent may adopt child.
  • HB 984 Prostitution; minors.
  • HB 986 Foster care and adoption; disclosure of information prior to placement.
  • HB 998 Parental or legal custodial powers, temporary delegation of; child-placing agency.
  • HB 1017 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure.
  • HB 1115 Minors; delinquent act, children in need of services.
  • HB 1128 Child care providers; criminal history background check, repealing sunset provision.
  • HB 1212 Pro se minors; signing of pleading, motion, or other paper by next friend.
  • HB 1218 Residual parental rights; termination if in child's best interest, foster care placement.
  • HB 1219 Parental rights; restoration of rights to child's parent or parents.
  • HB 1223 Family life education; child sexual abuse.
  • HB 1355 Minors; alternative facility of temporary detention.
  • HB 1364 Closed preliminary hearings; child pornography, etc., case.
  • HB 1370 Home instruction of children; requirements, education options.
  • HB 1516 Prostitution-related crimes; increases penalties if a minor is involved.
  • HJ 29 Children's Services Act; JLARC to study administration.
  • HJ 73 Bullying & suicide prevention; DOE to study among LGBTQ & other youth.
  • SB 43 Abused or neglected child; expands definition.
  • SB 52 Juveniles; places of confinement.
  • SB 66 Assault and battery against a family member; child witness as a sentencing consideration.
  • SB 67 Intake process, etc.; statements made by child to an intake officer or probation officer.
  • SB 89 Child abuse or neglect; civil proceedings, testimony of children.
  • SB 96 Juvenile offenders; Juvenile sentencing factors, geriatric release of juvenile offenders.
  • SB 121 Child care providers; criminal history background check, repeals sunset.
  • SB 146 Children's Ombudsman, Office of the; created.
  • SB 168 Electronic transmission of nude or partially nude images of minors by minors; penalty.
  • SB 205 Children's Services Act; special education programs, expands eligibility for services.
  • SB 262 Adoption; leave benefit.
  • SB 425 Family life education; child sexual abuse.
  • SB 500 Jurisdiction; offenses against children.
  • SB 533 Computer trespass; expands crime, monitoring location of a minor, etc., by parent or legal guardian.
  • SB 607 Electronic transmission of sexually explicit images by minors; penalties.
  • SB 609 Juvenile offenders; Retention of jurisdiction.
  • SB 626 Life insurance on minors; consent of parents.
  • SB 669 Involuntary mental health treatment; minors, access to firearms.
  • SB 817 Life insurance; prohibits an insurer form issuing a policy for an individual under 5 years of age.
  • SB 887 Child labor; volunteer fire companies.