Suzy’s Law

The Suzanne Gonzales Suicide Prevention Act of 2011

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This Web site is a group effort. Accordingly, defining who owns what can get a little complicated.

Each post on the blog is accompanied by a byline that identifies its author. The copyright for each blog post is held by the author who posted it, unless otherwise noted. To contact the author of a specific post, consult our list of contributors. Click on the author’s name to send an e-mail.

The rest of the material on this site, unless otherwise noted, was written by Jeff Harrell; he holds the copyright.

This page holds the text of H.R. 1183, the Suzanne Gonzales Suicide Prevention Act of 2009. As with all bills introduced in Congress, this work has no copyright and is in the public domain.

The visual appearance of this site, and all computer code associated with it, is the property of Jeff Harrell, with one exception: The photograph of Suzy Gonzales that is used as a graphic element on each page of this site is the property of Mike Gonzales and is used with his permission.

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