Pregnancy and Alcohol

Civil Commitment

Laws addressing involuntary civil commitment of pregnant alcohol abusers to treatment or involuntary placement in protective custody of the State for the protection of a fetus from prenatal exposure to alcohol.

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Alabama (1883)
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Alaska (1884)
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Arizona (1885)
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Arkansas (1886)
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California (1887)
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Colorado (1888)
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Connecticut (1889)
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Delaware (1890)
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District of Columbia (1891)
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Florida (1892)
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Georgia (1893)
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Hawaii (1894)
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Idaho (1895)
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Illinois (1896)
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Indiana (1897)
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Iowa (1898)
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Kansas (1899)
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Kentucky (1900)
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Louisiana (1901)
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Maine (1902)
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Maryland (1903)
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Massachusetts (1904)
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Michigan (1905)
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Minnesota (1906)
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Mississippi (1907)
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Missouri (1908)
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Montana (1909)
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Nebraska (1910)
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Nevada (1911)
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New Hampshire (1912)
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New Jersey (1913)
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New Mexico (1914)
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New York (1915)
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North Carolina (1916)
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North Dakota (1917)
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Ohio (1918)
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Oklahoma (1934)
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Oregon (1919)
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Pennsylvania (1920)
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Rhode Island (1921)
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South Carolina (1922)
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South Dakota (1932)
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Tennessee (1923)
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Texas (1924)
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Utah (1925)
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Vermont (1926)
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Virginia (1927)
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Washington (1928)
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West Virginia (1929)
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Wisconsin (1933)
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Wyoming (1930)
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United States (1931)
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