- Center for foster teens, young adults opens
- US father faces jail for peaceful protest
- Under Obamacare, The Government Would Indoctrinate Your Kids
- YouTube videos, sex, porn top children’s Internet searches
- Alberta children’s services bureaucrat handed jail term for contempt
- Florida Lawyer Riles Against Gay Adoption
- Adoption agency cited for violations
- Class Action Suit
- Michigan Title IV E Funding Presentation 5-2008
- Court hears woman who wants adopted grandkids back
- GPS Use for Tracking Foster Children
- RI advocate seeks to revive foster care lawsuit
- Father acquitted of child abuse charges
- Number of kids seized from Man. parents rises
- Recession forces many litigants into do-it-yourself legal representation
|Center for foster teens, young adults opens
Posted: 12 Aug 2009 04:27 AM PDT
Vincent Jones feels lucky to have escaped the path of drugs or gangs, and even be alive at 30 after moving from one dysfunctional environment to another in his childhood and teenage years.
|US father faces jail for peaceful protest
Posted: 12 Aug 2009 04:10 AM PDT
Rffj wish F4j.us president Donald Tenn the best of luck when he enters court on Monday along with fellow activist Paul Fisher.
|Under Obamacare, The Government Would Indoctrinate Your Kids
Posted: 12 Aug 2009 04:06 AM PDT
TV star and political commentator Chuck Norris points out in an editorial today that under the Obamacare legislation currently being vociferously opposed in town halls across the country, the government would empower itself to carry out home intrusions and state re-education of children under a Stalinist indoctrination program.
|YouTube videos, sex, porn top children’s Internet searches
Posted: 12 Aug 2009 04:03 AM PDT
A new survey has revealed that watching YouTube videos, looking up “sex”, socialising and searching for search engines are the popular activities children perform on the Internet.
|Alberta children’s services bureaucrat handed jail term for contempt
Posted: 12 Aug 2009 03:56 AM PDT
A director in the department of Children and Youth Services found guilty of contempt has been sentenced to eight days in jail for not returning a child to his foster mother after a court order to do so.
|Florida Lawyer Riles Against Gay Adoption
Posted: 11 Aug 2009 10:06 AM PDT
A Florida lawyer’s personal anti-gay campaign includes a paid advertisement in a local paper.
|Adoption agency cited for violations
Posted: 11 Aug 2009 08:22 AM PDT
After five prospective parents complained that an adoption agency was hitting up parents for more fees to cover a $500,000 budget shortfall, state regulators are recommending the agency only receive a six-month provisional license.
|Class Action Suit
Posted: 11 Aug 2009 07:32 AM PDT
Looking for all families who had their constitutional rights violated by Child Welfare Serves (aka Child Protective Services)…if you are one of those families call us ASAP
|Michigan Title IV E Funding Presentation 5-2008
Posted: 11 Aug 2009 07:01 AM PDT
|Court hears woman who wants adopted grandkids back
Posted: 11 Aug 2009 06:43 AM PDT
The Bombay HC on Monday questioned an old woman in search of her two granddaughters who had launched a legal battle to initiate a probe against a private adoption agency in Pune and the Child Welfare Committee that had handed them over to a Spanish couple in adoption.
|GPS Use for Tracking Foster Children
Posted: 11 Aug 2009 06:21 AM PDT
Starting this fall, child welfare workers in our area will be equipped with a high tech device that will allow the state to better track foster children.
|RI advocate seeks to revive foster care lawsuit
Posted: 11 Aug 2009 06:13 AM PDT
Rhode Island’s child advocate on Monday asked a federal appeals court to reinstate a lawsuit that seeks an overhaul of the state’s foster care system.
|Father acquitted of child abuse charges
Posted: 11 Aug 2009 05:59 AM PDT
A jury today acquitted Michael Michaelis of felony child abuse charges related to brain injuries that left his 4-month-old son blind for life.
|Number of kids seized from Man. parents rises
Posted: 11 Aug 2009 05:46 AM PDT
The number of Manitoba kids in care has jumped 10 per cent in the year since the provincial government changed its law in an attempt to make sure nothing trumps safety in determining what is best for a child.
|Recession forces many litigants into do-it-yourself legal representation
Posted: 11 Aug 2009 05:29 AM PDT
When Marsha and Larry Lipsky wanted to evict a troublesome tenant from their home in Arlington Heights, Ill., they consulted a few attorneys but couldn’t afford fees that ran from $500 to $5,000.