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The Legislature shall not limit or deny the privacy right guaranteed to a minor under the United States Constitution as interpreted by the United States Supreme Court. ?Notwithstanding a minor's right of privacy provided in Section 23 of Article I, the Legislature is authorized to require by general law for notification to a parent or guardian of a minor before the termination of the minor's pregnancy. ?The Legislature shall provide exceptions to such requirement for notification and shall create a process for judicial waiver of the notification.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Florida Constitution--1968 Revision Art. X, § 22. Parental notice of termination of a minor's pregnancy - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/fl/florida-constitution1968-revision/fl-const-art-10-sect-22/
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