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April 19, 2017 Wednesday – Legislative Update SB186

April 19, 2017 Wednesday – Legislative Update SB186

SB186 has not yet been voted on. Until the bill is voted on we need you to contact your State Senator every day. Then contact as many additional State Senators as possible asking them to VOTE YES for SB186!

 

The next opportunity for The Children Equal Access Act (SB186) to come up for a floor vote is tomorrow Thursday, April 20th.  Please make your phone calls and emails before 9:00 am if possible. Let them know to VOTE YES for SB186!

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If you want to give a reason why your Senator should support Senate Bill 186, feel free to use all three paragraphs below or just select one.  Besides emailing, you can leave a voice mail or a message with the administrative assistant.  Be sure to give your name and what city you are from.  Click here for the names, telephone numbers and email addresses of Senate members.

Also, head over to our Facebook and Web pages to share posts, encouraging lawmakers to do what’s right for children and families!

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Three example reasons to vote yes on SB186

  • The Children’s Equal Access Act (SB186) incorporates the latest scientific research and creates a rebuttable presumption for equal or approximately equal parenting time between both fit parents.
  • The Children’s Equal Access Act (SB186) is necessary because many judges reduce children’s time with one parent to a mere four to six days per month in 85% of the child custody cases. They automatically assume that the “standard visitation” one-sided custody arrangements promote “stability.” In fact, the loss of the meaningful presence of either a fit mother or father in a child’s life promotes emotional and developmental instability that often manifests in social problems like crime, drug use, teen pregnancies, and school dropouts.
  • The passage of the Children’s Equal Access Act (SB186) will realign Alabama family law and court practices to protect the parent-child relationship as recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court, without infringing on the duties and roles of the judge.

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  • The enclosed comparison chart and scientific literature irrefutably reflect SB 186 as the best child custody legislation, thus resulting in better outcomes for children.

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ALFRA is an all-volunteer organization. Together, we will make a difference, but we have to let our voices and concerns be heard in Montgomery.

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Legislative Tip

How to track a Bill? Visit the legislative Bills webpage here, enter the Bill number and view the history/status at the bottom of the page.

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