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A minor may consent to medical care related to the prevention or treatment of pregnancy. However, a minor cannot be sterilized without the consent of the minor's parent or guardian, or except under certain circumstances, receive an abortion without the consent of a parent or guardian.

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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


Local public health agencies shall make pregnancy tests available for free or at cost. The results of any pregnancy tests are confidential.


Every individual, as a condition to receive aid through welfare-to-work, shall participate in welfare-to-work activities. However, participants are exempted for so long as they meet certain conditions, including: a doctor-verified disability that is expected to last at least 30 days and which significantly impairs the recipient's ability to participate in welfare-to-work or to be regularly employed; or a woman who is pregnant and for whom it has been medically verified that the pregnancy impairs her ability to be regularly employed or participate in welfare-to-work activities. However, if a pregnant woman is unable to secure this medical verification, but is otherwise eligible for an exemption from welfare-to-work requirements under this section, including good cause for temporary illness related to the pregnancy, she shall be exempt from participating in welfare-to-work activities.

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