Category Archives: Legislation
This case is a reminder that training on when ICWA applies and likewise, when it does not apply, is critical for those advocating for the best interests of children. It is also a reminder of the toll protracted litigation has on children. Continue reading
We thank guest blogger Alan Abramowitz for sharing this news about the “normalcy bill” currently being debated in his state of Florida. Abramowitz is the executive director of the Florida Statewide Guardian ad Litem Program. In Florida and a few other states, … Continue reading
When it comes time to decide how to use money wisely, the president and Congress need to maintain federal funding that helps keep our children safe—at home, in school and in their communities.
Presidential elections happen every four years. But children are only children once. We must work vigilantly to defend their rights today and into the future. Continue reading
National CASA CEO Michael Piraino responds to recent reports of the increased use of psychotropic medications to help poor children do better in school. Continue reading