A Single Senator Stops Shared Parenting in Missouri

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May 21, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization The legislative session in Missouri is over and this year, unlike last year, the National Parents Organization was unable to pass its shared parenting bill, HB 1667.  That wasn’t because HB 1667 wasn’t popular with legislators, it was.  Indeed, it passed both its House committee and the House of Representatives itself.  It was then approved by the Senate Committee on Seniors, Families and Children.  And we were reliably told that…

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