Allan Parker, president of the Justice Foundation, said the bill is an attack on the family.Because everybody knows that 12 year olds aren’t capable of assessing their own pain.
"It takes away the parental control and authority from the parent or guardian," he said. "And it essentially makes children adults at age 12 with the capacity under the law to make their own decision regarding mental health services."
Especially in cases of parental molestation, the molester deserves the right to know when they’re being told on.
Two other bills hostile to families have successfully made it by lawmakers.It’s just a matter of time now before California falls into the sea. After, of course, being burnt to the ground by the wrath of God's wildfires.
SB 54 recognizes out-of-state same-sex marriages, even though voters overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment in November defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
SB 572, the Harvey Milk bill, passed the State Assembly by a vote of 45-27. It honors one of the first openly gay elected officials.Or, what they were reeally thinking:
SB 572, the Harvey Milk bill, passed the State Assembly by a vote of 45-27. It honors