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Massachusetts Initiative Petitions for Shared Parenting and 'Abuse Prevention' Due Process Rghts Filed

Two initiative petitions were filed with the Massachusetts Attorney General to ensure the right to shared parenting and to due process in so-called 'abuse prevention' court cases.

The petitions (#s 13-18 and 13-19) and can be found here:
http://www.mass.gov/ago/government-resources/initiatives-and-other-ballo...

The AG will decide by Sept. 4 if the petition(s) will be allowed. If so the petition sheets to collect signatures will be available around September 18.

PRESS RELEASE: Judge Ordonez Appointment Rejected by Fatherhood Coalition

CONTACT:

Joe Ureneck, Chair, 857 350-0575
Patrick McCabe, Co-Chair, 617 512 9460
Peter Hill, Spokesperson, 781 772-2500

PRESS RELEASE

THE FATHERHOOD COALITION REJECTS APPOINTMENT
OF JUDGE ORDONEZ AS CHIEF
OF MASSACHUSETTS PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT

The Fatherhood Coalition, an all volunteer not-for-profit organization of men and women, advocates for the fair and impartial administration of justice by our courts. We advocate particularly for the constitutional and statutory rights and liberties of parents and look forward to the day when our courts and those individuals honored with serving therein will do the same.