Sunday, March 24, 2013

Foster kids press lawmakers for 'Bill of Rights'

Kansas Foster Children need this same law and protection. Kansas law makers can't even pass the "Protective Parent Act". It's been three years and bill is still sitting. The State is more concerned with the cost of video cameras, which most counties already have, to record the socialists who interrogate and scare the little children. The state and the bar association are very against this bill that protects children from child abusers.

"Pamela Butler sat next to Stellings while he testified. Her group, Children First for Oregon, is behind the proposed foster children’s Bill of Rights embodied in Senate Bill 123. It would give children the ability to file complaints about their care. It would allow foster children more protection from things like retaliation and more voice in their fate."

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