Hi John.  At the state level, the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) has tracked bills with "adverse childhood experiences" included in the text in 2018 and 2019.  Here is a short article that describes how to use this resource.  For the laws that include ACEs and trauma-informed language, this post provides a summary through 2018.  The most significant bill to pass Congress with trauma-informed language was the opioid bill that incorporated language from a comprehensive trauma-informed bill sponsored by Senators Heitkamp and Durbin.  Another example at the federal level, is an education bill passed during the last administration that includes trauma-related provisions.  Please let me know if you'd like to discuss.  I could direct you to other resources based on your needs.  

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Carey S. Sipp (ACEs Connection Staff)
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