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The State Registrar shall appoint a Vital Records Protection Advisory Committee to study and make recommendations to protect individual privacy, inhibit identity theft, and prevent fraud involving birth, death, and marriage certificates while providing needed access to birth, death, and marriage record information to those seeking it for legitimate purposes.

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Each live birth, fetal death, death, and marriage shall be registered. A report of every judgment of dissolution of marriage, legal separation, or nullity decree shall be filed with the State Registrar.

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State Registrar shall adopt regulations to assure the confidentiality of the confidential portion of the certificate of live birth and to assure the confidentiality of the confidential portion of the certificate of live birth, and access to reports

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Persons in charge of hospitals or other institutions where patients are admitted for treatment or confinement, must make a record of the patient's personal, medical, and other information adequate for the completion of a birth or death certificate.

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This law exempts indices of birth, death and marriage records from disclosure under the Public Records Act. The State Registrar may release comprehensive birth, death, and nonconfidential marriage record indices to a government agency. The State Registrar is required to establish separate non-comprehensive indices for public release. Requesters of the indices must provide proof of identity and sign a form certifying that they will comply with prescribed usage guidelines. The State Registrar shall also prepare and maintain separate noncomprehensive indices of all California birth, death and nonconfidential marriage records for purposes of law enforcement or preventing fraud.

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This law sets out conditions for release of birth data files, birth data files for public release, death data files for public release, death data files for purposes of law enforcement or preventing fraud, and nonconfidential marriage data files.

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The State Registrar may have the original records of birth, death, and marriage destroyed if all the conditions are met.

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The second section of a certificate of live birth shall include medical information to be kept confidential and clearly labeled "Confidential Information for Public Health Use Only." Such information includes: date of first and last prenatal care visit, the number of prenatal visits, description of pregnancy complications and any concurrent illness, and complications during labor and delivery, if such information is essential medical information

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Local registrars shall create an electronic file including information about the birth mother. Such information collected for the file shall not be disclosed to anyone except to the department of demographic and statistical analysis and to the federal government, without any personal identifying information.

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The second section of a certificate of live birth, the electronic file information collected under 102426, and the second section of a certificate of fetal death under 103025 shall be confidential. Access to such confidential information is limited to department staff, local registrar's staff, local health department if approved by registrar county coroner, persons with valid scientific interest as determined by State Registrar, the parent signing the certificate, person named on certificate, person petitioning adoption. The department shall maintain a record of person allowed access to such confidential information.

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