Legislation mandating

For secondary schools with 750-999 students, there must be at least two school counselors employed.

For elementary schools with 1,000-1,249 students, there must be at least two school counselors employed.

Examples of a legislative mandate: (1) a law establishes a new regulatory program and mandates that an agency promulgate a regulation to implement the program, and (2) the Code of Virginia is amended so that an agency/board regulation on the subject must also be amended in order to be consistent with the Code.

Once a regulatory action is begun to implement a legislative mandate, the agency must "associate" the regulatory action and the legislative mandate so that a Town Hall user can track the implementation of a mandate from the beginning of the regulatory process to the end.

For secondary schools with more than 1,250 students, there must be at least three school counselors employed.

For elementary schools with more than 1,500 students, there must be least three school counselors employed.

Alabama Is school counseling mandated for grades K-8? Yes Mandated school counselor-to-student ratio: 0-749 (see other) Source of mandate: Legislative, state foundation program Who funds mandate?

State Other: For elementary and secondary schools with fewer than 500 students, there may only be one half-time school counselor employed.

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@By Kristen MClark Legislation that requires Florida law enforcement agencies to have policies for using body cameras is on its way to Republican Gov. The legislation does not require Florida’s more than 300 police agencies to use body cameras — only to have regulations and proper training protocols in place if they do use the devices.

Rick Scott, after clearing the Florida Senate on Monday. It builds on a law passed last year that exempts certain body-camera footage from being disclosed under Florida’s public records law.

The New Jersey Society of Addiction Medicine (NJSAM) and the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) commend Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) and the New Jersey legislature for taking up the issue of access to addiction treatment and prevention of opioid misuse and working tirelessly to respond to the ongoing opioid addiction and overdose epidemic. Christie signed into law a sweeping piece of legislation that mandates insurance coverage for up to six months of inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment, as well as imposes a five-day limit on initial opioid prescriptions for acute pain and requires continuing medical education for prescribers on opioid misuse. Christie spent most his 2017 State of the State address on the impact of the opioid addiction and overdose epidemic in New Jersey, expressing his desire to work with the legislature to quickly pass a law to provide coverage of treatment for those who need it.

NJSAM and ASAM appreciate the effort to ensure patients in New Jersey are receiving high-quality and comprehensive addiction treatment, as well as prevent addiction and overdose in patients through educated and responsible opioid prescribing.

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