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IA-SF14: A bill for an act relating to abortion-inducing drug safety and providing penalties.

Description: A bill for an act relating to abortion-inducing drug safety and providing penalties.

Status: Introduced on 2013-01-16T00:00:00 in IA
URL: https://legiscan.com/IA/bill/SF14/2013

16 Introduced | 3 Failed | 2 Engrossed | 4 Passed

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AL SB96 Introduced 2012-02-07T00:00:00 1 4 1059.08 Abortion, physician guidelines prior to administering an abortion-inducing drug, civil and criminal penalties, Abortion-Inducing Drug Safety Act Abortion, physician guidelines prior to administering an abortion-inducing drug, civil and criminal penalties, Abortion-Inducing Drug Safety Act
MS HB1378 Failed 2012-03-06T00:00:00 7 21 996.14 Abortion-Inducing Drugs Safety Act; create. An Act To Create The Abortion-inducing Drugs Safety Act; To Declare Certain Findings Of The Legislature; To Make It Unlawful To Knowingly Provide Or Prescribe Any Abortion-inducing Drug To A Pregnant Woman For The Purpose Of Inducing An Abortion In That Pregnant Woman Unless The Person Who Provides Or Prescribes The Abortion-inducing Drug Is A Physician, And The Provision Or Prescription Of The Abortion-inducing Drug Satisfies The Protocol Tested And Authorized By The Fda And As Outlined In The Drug Label For The Abortion-inducing Drug; To Require The Physician Providing Or Prescribing Any Abortion-inducing Drug To Schedule A Follow-up Visit For The Woman At Approximately Fourteen Days After Administration Of The Abortion-inducing Drug To Confirm That The Pregnancy Is Completely Terminated And To Assess The Degree Of Bleeding; To Require Physicians Who Provide An Abortion-inducing Drug To Another For The Purpose Of Inducing An Abortion To Report Those Actions To The State Department Of Health, And To Report Adverse Events From The Use Of The Abortion-inducing Drug To The Fda And To The State Board Of Medical Licensure; To Provide That A Person Who Intentionally, Knowingly Or Recklessly Violates Any Provision Of This Act Is Guilty Of A Misdemeanor; To Provide That Failure To Comply With The Requirements Of This Act Shall Provide A Basis For A Civil Malpractice Action For Actual And Punitive Damages, Provide A Basis For A Professional Disciplinary Action Against A Physician, And Provide A Basis For Recovery For The Woman's Survivors For The Wrongful Death Of The Woman; To Amend Section 73-25-29, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Conform To The Preceding Provisions; And For Related Purposes.
AL SB298 Engrossed 2011-05-24T00:00:00 1 4 976.44 Abortion, physician guidelines prior to administering an abortion-inducing drug, civil and criminal penalties, Abortion-Inducing Drug Safety Act Abortion, physician guidelines prior to administering an abortion-inducing drug, civil and criminal penalties, Abortion-Inducing Drug Safety Act
AL SB6 Introduced 2012-02-07T00:00:00 1 4 961.68 Abortion, physician guidelines prior to administering an abortion-inducing drug, civil and criminal penalties, Abortion-Inducing Drug Safety Act Abortion, physician guidelines prior to administering an abortion-inducing drug, civil and criminal penalties, Abortion-Inducing Drug Safety Act
AL HB573 Introduced 2011-04-27T00:00:00 1 4 961.68 Abortion, physician guidelines prior to administering an abortion-inducing drug, civil and criminal penalties, Abortion-Inducing Drug Safety Act Abortion, physician guidelines prior to administering an abortion-inducing drug, civil and criminal penalties, Abortion-Inducing Drug Safety Act
AL SB6 Introduced 2012-05-17T00:00:00 1 4 961.68 County or municipality, authorities, lease of property to United States, powers of authority expanded, expenditure of funds to promote federal facilities authorized, Sec.11-101A-8 am'd County or municipality, authorities, lease of property to United States, powers of authority expanded, expenditure of funds to promote federal facilities authorized, Sec.11-101A-8 am'd
MS HB897 Failed 2013-02-05T00:00:00 7 21 933.51 Women's Health Defense Act of 2013; create. An Act To Create Women's Health Defense Act Of 2013; To Declare Certain Findings Of The Legislature; To Make It Unlawful To Knowingly Provide Or Prescribe Any Abortion-inducing Drug To A Pregnant Woman For The Purpose Of Inducing An Abortion In That Pregnant Woman Unless The Person Who Provides Or Prescribes The Abortion-inducing Drug Is A Physician, And The Provision Or Prescription Of The Abortion-inducing Drug Satisfies The Protocol Tested And Authorized By The Fda And As Outlined In The Drug Label For The Abortion-inducing Drug; To Require The Physician Providing Or Prescribing Any Abortion-inducing Drug To Schedule A Follow-up Visit For The Woman At Approximately Fourteen Days After Administration Of The Abortion-inducing Drug To Confirm That The Pregnancy Is Completely Terminated And To Assess The Degree Of Bleeding; To Require Physicians Who Provide An Abortion-inducing Drug To Another For The Purpose Of Inducing An Abortion To Report Those Actions To The State Department Of Health, And To Report Adverse Events From The Use Of The Abortion-inducing Drug To The Fda And To The State Board Of Medical Licensure; To Provide That A Person Who Intentionally, Knowingly Or Recklessly Violates Any Provision Of This Act Is Guilty Of A Misdemeanor; To Provide That Failure To Comply With The Requirements Of This Act Shall Provide A Basis For A Civil Malpractice Action For Actual And Punitive Damages, Provide A Basis For A Professional Disciplinary Action Against A Physician, And Provide A Basis For Recovery For The Woman's Survivors For The Wrongful Death Of The Woman; To Amend Section 73-25-29, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Conform To The Preceding Provisions; And For Related Purposes.
SC S0034 Introduced 2015-01-13T00:00:00 0 0 885.93 Abortion Relating To Abortions, To Provide Definitions Pertaining To Abortion-inducing Drugs; And To Amend Chapter 41, Title 44 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Abortions, By Adding Section 44-41-90, To Provide That It Shall Be Unlawful To Knowingly Prescribe Any Abortion-inducing Drug To A Pregnant Woman For The Purpose Of Inducing An Abortion, Except Under Certain Circumstances, To Provide That Any Physician Providing An Abortion-inducing Drug To A Pregnant Woman Shall Examine The Woman First And Provide Her With A Copy Of The Drug's Label, To Provide That A Physician Prescribing The Drug Must Have A Signed Contract With A Physician Who Agrees To Treat Any Complications That May Arise, To Provide That The Physician Prescribing The Drug Shall Schedule A Follow-up Visit With The Pregnant Woman Within Fourteen Days, To Provide That The Physician Prescribing The Drug Must Provide A Written Report Within Three Days If An Adverse Event Occurs, And To Provide For Criminal And Civil Penalties For Violations Of This Section.
MS SB2795 Passed 2013-04-25T00:00:00 7 21 785.58 Women's Health Defense Act of 2013; create. An Act To Create The Women's Health Defense Act Of 2013; To Declare Certain Findings Of The Legislature; To Make It Unlawful To Knowingly Provide Or Prescribe Any Abortion-inducing Drug To A Pregnant Woman For The Purpose Of Inducing An Abortion In That Pregnant Woman Unless The Person Who Provides Or Prescribes The Abortion-inducing Drug Is A Physician, And The Provision Or Prescription Of The Abortion-inducing Drug Satisfies The Standard Of Care; To Require The Physician Providing Or Prescribing Any Abortion-inducing Drug To Schedule A Follow-up Visit For The Woman At Approximately 14 Days After Administration Of The Abortion-inducing Drug To Provide Treatment That Meets The Standard Of Care; To Require Physicians Who Provide An Abortion-inducing Drug To Another For The Purpose Of Inducing An Abortion To Report Those Actions To The State Department Of Health And To Report Adverse Events From The Use Of The Abortion-inducing Drug To The Fda; To Provide That A Person Who Intentionally, Knowingly Or Recklessly Violates Any Provision Of This Act Is Guilty Of A Misdemeanor; To Provide That All Remedies Under The Statutory Laws Of This State Are Available If There Is Failure To Comply With The Requirements Of This Act; And For Related Purposes.
AR HB1394 Passed 2015-03-20T00:00:00 1 1 784.23 To Establish The Abortion-inducing Drugs Safety Act. To Establish The Abortion-inducing Drugs Safety Act.
AR SB840 Failed 2011-04-27T00:00:00 0 0 705.61 The Abortion-inducing Drugs Safety Act. The Abortion-inducing Drugs Safety Act.
TX SB97 Introduced 2012-11-12T00:00:00 4 11 571.87 Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing penalties. Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing penalties.
TX SB9 Introduced 2013-06-28T00:00:00 1 1 565.25 Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing penalties. Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing penalties.
TX SB18 Introduced 2013-05-29T00:00:00 2 7 539.69 Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing penalties. Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing penalties.
TX SB1790 Introduced 2011-03-11T00:00:00 3 9 538.26 Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing an administrative penalty. Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing an administrative penalty.
TX SB21 Introduced 2011-05-31T00:00:00 3 9 522.21 Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing an administrative penalty. Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing an administrative penalty.
TX HB3408 Introduced 2011-03-11T00:00:00 1 5 502.74 Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing penalties. Relating to distributing or prescribing abortion-inducing drugs; providing penalties.
GA SB230 Introduced 2017-02-21T00:00:00 1 9 487.33 Health; requirements of physicians performing or inducing abortion to have hospital admitting privileges; provide A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Title 31 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to health, so as to provide for requirements of physicians performing or inducing an abortion to have certain hospital admitting privileges; to require physicians performing or inducing an abortion provide certain information to the pregnant woman; to provide for penalty; to provide for the regulation of abortion inducing drugs; to provide for definitions; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.
TX HB4213 Introduced 2019-03-08T00:00:00 0 0 434.89 Relating to abortion safety; authorizing an administrative penalty. Relating to abortion safety; authorizing an administrative penalty.
TX HB69 Introduced 2011-06-07T00:00:00 4 13 426.66 Relating to the dispensing of certain drugs by physicians. Relating to the dispensing of certain drugs by physicians.
TX SB5 Engrossed 2013-06-18T00:00:00 3 18 347.45 Relating to the regulation of abortion procedures, providers, and facilities; providing penalties. Relating to the regulation of abortion procedures, providers, and facilities; providing penalties.
ND 1297 Passed 2011-04-19T00:00:00 10 32 340.08 The regulation of abortion; to provide a penalty; to provide for a report; and to provide a statement of legislative intent. AN ACT to create and enact two new sections to chapter 14-02.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to an abortion report form and abortion-inducing drugs; to amend and reenact sections 14-02.1-02, 14-02.1-02.1, and 14-02.1-03, subsections 2 and 3 of section 14-02.1-03.1, and sections 14-02.1-04, 14-02.1-07, 14-02.1-08, 14-02.1-09, 14-02.3-01, 14-02.3-03, 15.1-19-06, and 23-16-14 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the regulation of abortion; to provide a penalty; to provide for a report; and to provide a statement of legislative intent.
TX HB60 Introduced 2013-06-12T00:00:00 3 18 333.28 Relating to the regulation of abortion procedures, providers, and facilities; providing penalties. Relating to the regulation of abortion procedures, providers, and facilities; providing penalties.
TX SB1 Introduced 2013-07-01T00:00:00 4 19 328.77 Relating to the regulation of abortion procedures, providers, and facilities; providing penalties. Relating to the regulation of abortion procedures, providers, and facilities; providing penalties.
TX HB2 Passed 2013-07-18T00:00:00 4 19 320.41 Relating to the regulation of abortion procedures, providers, and facilities; providing penalties. Relating to the regulation of abortion procedures, providers, and facilities; providing penalties.

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