I believe Massachusetts has a better system for providing for the children in these cases. That's why MA is always among the top 3 states for SAT scores. 1) The mother can't be forced to go to work until the child reaches 7 years of age -- allowing the primary care giver (usu. the mother) to raise her own child the best way she can; 2) child support enforcement offices are aggressive and get the money for the kids - one bounced or late check and wage garnishment is automatic -- common sense the mother spends it in the child's best interest and is going to be scrutinized via government surveillance; 3) both parents should've been referred for EXTRA parental counseling, not jail; 4) the judge baited the mother, the mother reacted badly, but the child does need time with his father. The psychological impact on the child from all 3 (mother, father, judge) remains to be seen, but is probably not going to be good. How can a judge put a child in even temporary custody of a parent he has not seen in months? The mother's almost ALWAYS right, let her do her job, don't question what she feels is necessary for her child.
What about the 'trashion' show Rubbish2Runway at Frank Art Gallery in Chapel Hill????
Plenty of lipstick for THE PIG.
If the City of Raleigh's federally funded housing program isn't being run according to strict guidelines, then Barker Realty has defrauded the federal government, hence tenants' attorneys should consider suing under the FALSE CLAIMS ACT, which provides for treble damages if convicted, and a portion of the penalty awarded to the Whistleblower. Mary Mosley could be considered the Whistleblower for her diligent pursuit of these issues. She's a heroine!!! Common sense -- the Housing Authority should show forgiveness to tenant's who were never involved in violent crime or felony crime. In fact, I'm guessing that's why the property manager Bill North dropped the suit -- if he's applied the criminal record rule inconsistently, he should be ashamed. Treating a veteran this way is unconscionable, and, shows why privatizing government programs is a BAD IDEA.
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