Two Assembly members are touting bills called "Caylee's Law" after the two-year-old Florida girl whose disappearance wasn't reported for a month. One measure comes from Republican Paul Cook:
Cook: "Purpose of the bill is - at least as a father and a grandfather - is to correct what I consider a glaring error in the law."
Cook's measure would require parents or guardians to report a missing child under 12 years old within 48 hours - and a death within two hours. It would make any violation a felony. Democrat Holly Mitchell's bill makes the age limit 14 and the time limit 24 hours. Not reporting a death would be a felony. Not reporting a missing child would be a misdemeanor.
Lawmakers have just started their summer recess - so neither bill can move forward until the legislature reconvenes next month.