N.J. law would require HIV testing for pregnant women, newborns

05/14/2007 | Forbes

Lawmakers in New Jersey are proposing the nation's first law to require that all pregnant women and newborns be tested for HIV. The law, introduced by Senate president Richard J. Codey last week, would require all pregnant women to be tested twice -- once early in the pregnancy and a second time in the third trimester.

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