➡ From Child Welfare Information Gateway NJ:
NY: Goodell, Young Weigh In On Child Abuse Bills
Jamestown Post-Journal – February 06, 2017
Bill s137, sponsored by state Sen. Betty Little, R-Queensbury, also known as Kayleigh Mae’s Law, would require hair follicle testing of an infant or toddler under the age of three who in the vicinity of a parent or guardian who is arrested on a drug charge. Another bill, s3146, sponsored by State Sen. Martin J. Golden, R-Brooklyn, would establish a statewide standard of no more than 15 cases per month per full-time child protective caseworker.