Connie M. Leyva
- District 20
Existing law, the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Act of 1991, establishes the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (Program) , which is administered by the State Department of Public Health. Existing law requires the department to collect and analyze information to monitor appropriate case management efforts, to prepare a biennial report on the effectiveness of those efforts, and to post the report on the department's internet website. Existing law requires the report to include specified information, including the total number of children tested for lead poisoning in each county, identified sources of lead exposure for those children having lead poisoning, and whether the sources of lead exposure identified in, on, or around a residence or location associated with a child with lead poisoning have been removed, remediated, or abated. This bill would require the department to design, implement, and maintain an online lead information registry on the department internet website that enables the public to determine the lead inspection and abatement status for properties, and to use information it maintains for the registry to the extent that the department ensures that any personally identifying information is made unavailable to the public.
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Referral to Com. on JUD. rescinded due to the shortened 2020 Legislative Calendar.
March 25 hearing postponed by committee.
Set for hearing March 25.
From printer. May be acted upon on or after March 19.
Introduced. Read first time. To Com. on RLS. for assignment. To print.
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