Enrolled Senate Bill (S)
Authored by: Sen. Vaneta Becker, Sen. Patricia Miller
Co-Authors: Sen. Jean Breaux, Sen. Jean Leising, Sen. Brent Steele
Sponsors: Rep. Rebecca Kubacki
  • Sen. Vaneta Becker
    Sen. Vaneta Becker

    Author

  • Sen. Patricia Miller
    Sen. Patricia Miller

    Author

  • Sen. Jean Breaux
    Sen. Jean Breaux

    Co-Author

  • Sen. Jean Leising
    Sen. Jean Leising

    Co-Author

  • Sen. Brent Steele
    Sen. Brent Steele

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Rebecca Kubacki
    Rep. Rebecca Kubacki

    Sponsor

  • Rep. Gail Riecken
    Rep. Gail Riecken

    Co-Sponsor

  • Rep. Ronald Bacon
    Rep. Ronald Bacon

    Co-Sponsor

  • Rep. David Frizzell
    Rep. David Frizzell

    Co-Sponsor

  • Rep. Karlee Macer
    Rep. Karlee Macer

    Co-Sponsor

  • Sen. Vaneta Becker
    Sen. Vaneta Becker

    Conferee

  • Sen. Jean Breaux
    Sen. Jean Breaux

    Conferee

  • Rep. Rebecca Kubacki
    Rep. Rebecca Kubacki

    Conferee

  • Rep. Gail Riecken
    Rep. Gail Riecken

    Conferee

  • Sen. Patricia Miller
    Sen. Patricia Miller

    Advisor

  • Sen. Earline Rogers
    Sen. Earline Rogers

    Advisor

  • Sen. Jean Leising
    Sen. Jean Leising

    Advisor

  • Rep. Ronald Bacon
    Rep. Ronald Bacon

    Advisor

  • Rep. Milo Smith
    Rep. Milo Smith

    Advisor

  • Rep. Karlee Macer
    Rep. Karlee Macer

    Advisor

DIGEST

Neonatal abstinence syndrome. Defines "neonatal abstinence syndrome" (NAS). Requires the state department of health to: (1) meet with representatives of certain associations to study and make recommendations on issues concerning NAS; and (2) report, before November 1, 2014, on certain issues concerning NAS to the legislative council for distribution to the appropriate interim study committee. Allows the state department of health to establish, before June 1, 2015, one or more pilot programs with hospitals that consent to participate in the programs to implement appropriate and effective models for NAS identification, data collection, and reporting.