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Click on the Section Below to view the Plate Section: (US&S-Left / GRS-Right). Style NL-15, 60 Cyc, 20 VA, Spec: 1413A. Style NL-15, 60 Cyc, 50 VA, Spec: 1174. I currently have all these but Chapter 23 and 25, I am in the process of scanning these, if they are underlined then they have been scanned and you can open them. Enjoy! Click on the Image to see the video. The ones on the index pages are the sections that I have, if you can not click on them, then I have yet to scan them and are working on it. These are scanned at 600 dpi so they are rather large files!. jQuery Superfish dropdown menu example with full touch support for Android, iOS and Windows 8. Style W-10, 60/100 Cyc, 300 VA, Spec: 2118. Click on the image below to view: (HALL/NATIONAL-Left / TAYLOR/FEDERAL/PNEUMATIC-Right). Click on the image below to view: (US&S-Left / GRS-Right). Photos from the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Company, Testing Dept. /Annots[ 9 0 R 10 0 R] /MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group /Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> endobj 4 0 obj. >/MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 12 0 R/Group /Tabs/S/StructParents 6>> endobj 12 0 obj. For almost 100 years, the ACLU has worked to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States. Of the policies or laws located for forty-one states plus the District of Columbia:. treatment of the use of restraints on pregnant inmates. Third, it provides an overview of the ways that. State Standards for Pregnancy-Related Health Care in Prison. Twelve have standards that mention prenatal health care, but not abortion access. DOC Policies and/or State Laws Related to Pregnant Inmates:. However, only ten of those require the actual provision of appropriate nutrition to pregnant inmates. (Go to the "Definitions" Section– states health care fee may be waived for pregnant inm. Eleven follow the NCCHC standard that recommends counseling for pregnant women "whether they elect to keep the TEEN, use adoption services, or have an abortion." [17]. Policy 808.06: Requirements Relating to Female Prisoners. Available at: This resource guide includes five sections: First, it provides a short summary of minimum national standards that correctional facilities should meet as one important step for addressing the health needs of pregnant inmates. Second, it offers a short summary of the. The DOC's letter to the Association of State Correctional Administrators responding to the Rebecca Project Report available at:. 2012 Ariz. Legis. Serv. Ch. 43 (S.B. 1184): (restricting use of restraints during pregnancy). Available at: meet or fail to meet national standards. Fourth, it offers a. Nineteen mention prenatal nutrition counseling or the provision of appropriate nutrition. (Type "director" into the "job title" box and select "corrections" in the "agency" box to find more detailed contact information on current inmate health services). Of the forty-two jurisdictions for which we found some type of law or policy regarding treatment of pregnant inmates, very few included standards that closely tracked the NCCHC or APHA standards and recommendations. More often, the law or policy we found failed to specifically address most of those standards. For example, out of these forty-two jurisdictions, only: Well-known sets of standards for correctional health care come from the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC), the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and the American Public Health Association (APHA). The standards specifically address the care and treatment of pregnant inmates. Along with other sources, these standards provide some guidance on minimum policies and practices correctional facilities should implement in order to meet the needs of pregnant inmates. In addition, the American Medical Association (AMA), the Association of Women's Health, Obstetrics and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), and the American Correctional Association (ACA) have released statements with guidance on the use of restraints on pregnant inmates. DOC Policies and/or State Laws Related to Pregnant Inmates:. However, three of those fourteen merely note that inmates do. Treatment to prevent perinatal transmission of HIV for HIV-positive women. Department Order 1101: Inmate Access to Health Care, "Health Care Fees". Available at: Testing and treatment for HIV, and care to prevent perinatal HIV transmission.