Consumer Protection Statutes
The quick-reference guide below highlights, for easy reference and identification, any state's or entity's adult protective statutes that underwent a statutory change from 2008 to 2009.
» Consumer Protection Statutes Deletions and Additions Quick Reference
Click on any state's or entity's name on the list below for an online compilation of each state's or entity's adult protective statutes. Each state's or entity's statutory update includes the following:
- Name of the state or entity.
- A compilation of each state's or entity's adult protective statutes as researched and identified (which includes statutory number, statutory title, statutory language, and identification of any statutory changes).
|American Samoa||Maryland||Puerto Rico|
|District of Columbia||Nebraska||Vermont|
|Hawaii||New Mexico||West Virginia|
|Iowa||Northern Mariana Islands|
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