El Sobrante, CA (PRWEB) August 13, 2004
Senator John Burton, President Pro Tem of the California State Senate, is engaged in a direct challenge to the Supreme CourtÂs recent LaMusga decision, which affects tens of thousands of non-custodial parents in California.
Unbeknownst to his fellow legislators and the public, Senator Burton has taken a mundane bill on per diem finances and replaced the text with a point-by-point reversal of the Supreme CourtÂs decision.
Taking advantage of the rushed end of the legislative session, Burton plans to present the bill on August 17 and have it passed by both houses before August 31.
In an apparent move to further disenfranchise non-custodial parents (usually fathers), Senator Burton arrogantly assumes that he has the right to single-handedly legislate the relationships between parents and the children of divorce in the State of California.
California citizens deserve to be alerted to this devious attempt at dictatorial social engineering.
Californians Â please call your legislators and ask for postponement and public discussion of SB 730. They can be found at: http://www.sen.ca.gov, http://www.assembly.ca.gov, or in your local newspaper.
Your future with your children is about to be taken from you.
Robert A. Fink, M. D., President
California Parents United, Inc.
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