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Navigating the Family Court System

So this weekend I went to a friend's baby shower. I met a lovely couple who is three years into dealing with a custody battle. They said the were hopeful that they would be done with it soon. It was nice to talk to people who had a VERY similar story to my own. Boy, I didn't have to look too far.

When I am through with all of the legalities I will be blogging in detail about my experience. I don't want other mothers to have to go through what me and this other couple have gone…

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Added by Meghan Griesemer on November 4, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments

My TV News Debate: Who Won?

I was invited back on my local news last week to discuss our federally-funded airwaves (we own them), and the Supreme Court's decision to allow anything to be aired. 



Translation: Anything could go. From the F-bomb to genitalia to violent sex crimes as early as 11 AM, the Supreme Court could rule in the network's favor. 



Here's a clip of my debate:…

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Added by Watchdog Mom on January 16, 2012 at 11:16am — No Comments

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