Posts Tagged ‘cps’
Urgent Action Needed: Bill to Reform Montana CPS Investigations before Montana Senate TODAY
We need your help TODAY to pass SB 181, a good bill to require notice of parental legal rights in child and family services cases. SB 181 has been introduced by Senator Dennis Lenz, and will provide numerous Constitutional due process protections to families when Montana Department of Child and Family Services investigators are conducting…Read More
Action Alert: Please call your Pennsylvania State Senators NOW to oppose dangerous bill!
We need your help to stop a bad bill in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. H.B. 1737 will receive a vote in the Senate Aging & Youth Committee as early as tomorrow, Wednesday, January 19. It is a short bill giving Child Welfare Services (CWS) authority to seek a court order to compel parents to undergo…Read More
Losing Parental Rights to COVID-19?
It’s called “the death penalty of the family courts.” The termination of parental rights (TPR) is the most extreme measure that can be inflicted on a family, and it is supposed to be reserved for only those instances where a parent is proven to be abusive or negligent and just won’t (or repeatedly can’t) change.…Read More
Florida, Special Interests, and Parental Rights
Last week in Florida, 6-year-old Nadia King was taken from her public school by police and committed to a mental health facility, all before her mother was contacted or notified. Fortunately, change is coming to Florida—but it looks like it can’t get there soon enough. Another Victim of the Baker Act Under a 50-year-old Florida…Read More