Saturday, August 16, 2008

Judges vow to fix dependency court

The San Jose paper's lead story today is this:
The California courts approved massive reforms on Friday to the state's troubled juvenile dependency courts that would ease the overwhelmed system and ensure fairness for those who are "literally and legally the children of the state."
The newspaper is claiming credit for pressuring these changes, but they are weak and ineffective. The newspaper if politically left-wing, and it mainly lobbied to pump more money into the pockets of govt bureaucrats. The reforms do not include fairness for the parents who really should be in charge of these kids.

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