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Texas Bill Relating to Reporting Requirements by Certain Physicians for Abortion Complications (HB 3321)

This law was last updated on Aug 29, 2019


This law is Anti–Choice

State

Texas

Number

HB 3321

Status

Failed to Pass

Proposed

Mar 5, 2019

Topics

Physicians Reporting Requirements, Reporting Requirements

Full Bill Text

capitol.texas.gov

HB 3321 would require additional types of physicians to fill out abortion complication reports.

Current state law only requires a physician who performs at an abortion facility an abortion that results in an abortion complication diagnosed or treated by that physician; or diagnoses or treats at an abortion facility an abortion complication that is the result of an abortion performed by another physician at the facility to fill out such reports.

The bill would also require a physician who diagnoses or treats at a public health clinic, hospital, or other health-care facility an abortion complication that the physician knows or reasonably believes is the result of an abortion performed by another physician to fill out an abortion complication report.


Latest Action

3/5/19 – Introduced.


People