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February 25th, 2010, 22:24
You could also hit a conflict between this law and doctor/patient confidentiality.

When my oldest was born, Dr. J (I think Judy adopted the nickname, I thought it was pretty obvious) took one look at the umbilical cord and told my wife, "I'm glad you didn't smoke during your pregnancy." I don't think Mrs dte has smoked a single thing in her whole life, but apparently the evidence is that plain and obvious to a professional. What's a Utah OB to do if some woman has a miscarriage and the umbilical cord shows signs of smoking?

That law's a mess. Obviously, I'm not generally a fan of the ACLU but I hope they kick this one in the nuts.

Sorry. No pearls of wisdom in this oyster.
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