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     34-23A-10.4.   Department of Health to develop and maintain multi-media website--Contents--Collection of related statistics. The Department of Health shall, by January 1, 2004, develop and maintain a multi-media website that contains web pages covering each of the following topics:
             (1)      Embryonic and fetal development at various gestational stages;
             (a)      Anatomical and physiological characteristics; and
             (b)      Survival possibilities of the unborn child;
             (2)      Abortion methods commonly used for each trimester of pregnancy;
             (3)      Statistically significant abortion method risks, including infection, hemorrhage, danger to subsequent pregnancies, and infertility;
             (4)      Important pre-abortion procedures;
             (a)      Confirmation of pregnancy via sonogram; and
             (b)      Counseling and discussion of medical history to detect possible abortion risks;
             (5)      Post-abortion psychological and emotional complications;
             (6)      Parental notification as required by 34-23A-7;
             (7)      Assistance, benefits, and services:
             (a)      Names and contact information of public and private agencies; and
             (b)      Types and availability of public medical benefits and services;
             (8)      Responsibility of the father of the unborn child;
             (9)      Statistically significant pregnancy risks;
             (10)      Adoption options:
             (a)      Names and contact information of public and private agencies; and
             (b)      Description of services;
             (11)      Information on discontinuing a drug-induced abortion.
     The state shall collect and maintain web statistics regarding the website developed and maintained pursuant to this section. However, no personal information may be collected.

Source: SL 2003, ch 185, § 1; SL 2016, ch 176, § 2.

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