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Each community college shall adopt a policy that prohibits unlawful possession, use, or distribution of controlled substances by students and employees on property owned or leased by the community college or in conjunction with activities sponsored by...
The fact that a person is under the influence of intoxicants or drugs neither excuses the person’s act nor aggravates the person’s guilt, but may be shown where it is relevant in proving the person’s specific intent or recklessness at the time of the ...
A person not authorized by law who furnishes or knowingly makes available a controlled substance or intoxicating beverage to an inmate at a detention facility, or who introduces a controlled substance or intoxicating beverage into the premises of such...
As used in this section unless the context otherwise requires: “Arrest” means the same as defined in section 804.5 and includes taking into custody pursuant to section 232.19. “Chemical test” means a test of a person’s blood, breath, or urine ...
Tagged topics: intoxication
A person who operates a motorboat or sailboat after the person has been ordered, pursuant to section 462A.14 or 462A.14B, not to operate a motorboat or sailboat commits a serious misdemeanor, punishable with a jail term and a mandatory fine of one...
The state board of regents shall adopt a policy that prohibits unlawful possession, use, or distribution of controlled substances by students and employees on property owned or leased by an institution or in conjunction with activities sponsored by an...
The patients of the state mental health institutes, according to their different conditions of mind and body, and their respective needs, shall be provided for and treated with equal care. If in addition to mental illness a patient has a co-occurring ...
A transitional housing revolving loan program fund is created within the authority to further the availability of affordable housing for parents that are reuniting with their children while completing or participating in substance abuse treatment. The...
Tagged topics: substance abuse
Notwithstanding the uniformity of treatment requirements of section 514C.6, a group policy or contract providing for third-party payment or prepayment of health or medical expenses issued by a carrier, as defined in section 513B.2, shall provide c...
A child who is living in a facility that provides residential treatment as “facility” is defined in section 125.2, which is located in a school district other than the school district in which the child resided before entering the facility may enr...
Tagged topics: foster caresubstance abuse