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State Police probe clears leaders in hiring of trooper with drug-dealing past – The Boston Globe

An internal Massachusetts State Police investigation has cleared agency officials of wrongdoing for hiring a trooper with a drug-dealing past, and blamed her for not disclosing her role as a key witness in a high-profile trafficking case. Trooper Leigha Genduso resigned Friday afternoon upon reviewing the internal investigation, which her Read More

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Behind Reading’s Blue Lights, the documentary – Homenewshere wilmington town crier

READING – Jacob Berman has always had a love for making films. He started in the 2nd grade when he delivered a one-page newspaper to the old “Hot Spot Cafe” on Haven Street on a weekly basis. He’d include a picture and added a few words. The Hot Spot was Read More

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Rate of Non-marital Childbearing Declining

August 23, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Here’s a bit of good news (IFS, 8/16/18).  And indeed it is just a “bit.”  But good news is good news, even if there’s not a lot of it. The rate of out-of-wedlock childbearing is declining.  It’s dropped to under 40% Read More

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Robert Franklin Op-ed in the Houston Chronicle: “We the people want shared parenting post-divorce”

Robert Franklin, Member of our National Board of Directors, has an op-ed in the Houston Chronicle you can read here. It highlights how surveys and polls around the nation have shown that Americans overwhelmingly support shared parenting and that laws need to be enacted to reflect the will of the people.  Read More

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Study: Children from Poor Parents, Even if they have a Drug Problem, do Worse if Put into Foster Care

This billboard sponsored by the Ad Council encourages potential foster and adoptive parents that they do not have to be a “perfect parent” in order to foster or adopt. But the same standard does not hold true for biological parents who have their children taken away from them and put Read More

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CA Supreme Court Greenlights International Child Abduction

August 20, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Returning to the California Supreme Court case begun yesterday, the allegations of Bianka M. are worth remembering.  She claimed that her father, Jorge L. was violent to her older sisters and had abandoned her, i.e. failed to act as Read More

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California Supreme Court: Father’s Rights Voided Without Due Process of Law

August 19, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization In one of the most astonishing and disturbing opinions in a long time, the California Supreme Court has ruled that a father’s custodial rights to a child can be voided by a court without even minimal Read More

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Pediatric Neuropathologist on Failed Science Behind Shaken Baby Syndrome: Doctors Value Their Careers More than the Truth

by Terri LaPointHealth Impact News There are times throughout human history that a particular hypothesis or another is dogmatically accepted as truth. In the past, those who challenged the group thinking could be hanged or burned at the stake as a heretic. Even today, there can be a high price to pay for Read More

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Arkansas Stops License Suspension for Child Support Arrears

August 16, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization The State of Arkansas has finally wised up (Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette, 8/11/18). Nearly 10,000 people whose driver’s licenses are suspended for failing to pay child support will get their licenses back if they reach agreement Read More

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Two Lawyers Talk Sense About Child Support

August 17, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization This article is about as good as it gets on child support (St. Louis Public Radio, 8/15/18).  It’s a conversation with two St. Louis attorneys, Stephanie Lummus and  Michael-John Voss, both of whom do their best to defend non-custodial Read More

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