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MOUNT VERNON - The mother of a toddler found dead in Mount Vernon was arrested Saturday in connection to the child's death.

Officials say 26-year-old Dasia Bartee is expected to be charged with first-degree manslaughter in connection to the death of 15-month-old Samia Yusef.

westchester.news12.com

August 6, 2016

by Lauren King

Yolo County's Child Welfare Services system may go through substantial changes in the coming months as county supervisors take a deeper look at its operations.

The agency, which falls under Yolo County's Health and Human Services Department, came under fire earlier this year after Supervisor Matt Rexroad made an impassioned speech pointing out the agency's defects.

dailydemocrat.com

August 6, 2016

by Gail Schontzler

On the May morning when two state social workers came to take their foster child away, Luis and Joseph Serrano stood and cried.

The gay Bozeman couple, married since 2014, became foster care parents in hopes of adopting a neglected or abandoned child and starting a family. "We want to have children for the same reason anyone wants to have children," Joseph said. "To see them grow up, get married, have children of their own. It's part of the human condition.

bozemandailychronicle.com

August 4, 2016

A high school district in Northern California has sent a notification to parents telling them that their homeschooled children are not lawfully being educated.

When the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) received word that all of its member families in the San Benito High School District (SBHSD) received a letter from state authorities declaring that they were illegally educating their children, attorneys from the nonprofit group were perplexed.

onenewsnow.com

August 2, 2016

by Justin Gardner

If anyone needs a reminder on the absurdity of the U.S. approach to drugs, consider the fact that cannabis is classified as a Schedule 1 drug with "no currently accepted medical use" and a "high potential for abuse."

Still, alcohol is left to the states to regulate, untouched by the fateful 1970 CSA that began Nixon's War on Drugs and spawned the DEA. As we have reported, this war against freedom was targeted at blacks and "hippies" who drove the counter-culture force demanding an end to militarism.

thefreethoughtproject.com

August 2, 2016

by Karri Lewis

I began fielding questions about the legality of homeschooling in California early last week. At first, I did not think much of it because it was just one high profile Canary Party vaccine activist from another state that had heard a rumor.

It was in regards to an assembly bill that was rumored to be recently resurrected here in California. I promptly looked up that assembly bill and found that it ended up being a bill from last year's legislative session that was about funding for charter schools.

bolenreport.com

August 2, 2016

by Sean Adl-Tabatabai

A British mother has appeared on national television condemning antidepressants, saying that when she was prescribed them she began fantasising about killing her own children.

Katinka Blackford Newman appeared on ITV's This Morning saying that the antidepressants prescribed by her doctor caused her to become aggressive, delusional and psychotic. What happened to her might only happen in one out of every 100 to 1,000 cases, but that's far too many when an entire family's well-being is at stake.

yournewswire.com

August 1, 2016

by Scott Hilyard

During the school year, Andra Benson of Morton works two jobs a day. She works second shift as an addictions counselor at Advocate BroMenn Medical Center in Normal.

"She was in fifth grade when she came to me and asked to be homeschooled," Benson said recently during an interview in the Morton apartment she shares with her 14-year-old daughter, Allie. "She said she was tired of all the drama in her class, and hated how mean kids were to each other. She just wanted to learn and forget about all the other stuff."

pjstar.com

July 28, 2016

by Julie E. Greene

A Chambersburg man has been charged with first-degree murder in Virginia for the death of a Chambersburg woman who was found, with an apparent gunshot to the head, in a crashed vehicle last week, according to the Hanover County (Va.) Sheriff's Office.

Willie J. Bibbs Sr., 64, of Chambersburg, was charged with first-degree murder, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, according to a Hanover County Sheriff's release posted on the department's Facebook page and confirmed by the sheriff's spokesman.

heraldmailmedia.com

July 24, 2016

Russian Christians are praying and fasting in hopes of keeping their religious freedoms in tact. Earlier this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law that bans all evangelism outside of churches.

The law, which takes affect on July 20, states that no religious proselytizing can occur in Russia except with a license; and then, only within the four walls of a government-recognized church building. The law is aimed at protecting the country from terrorism, but ultimately restricts all religious preaching and teaching outside of church buildings. According to reports, some Christians have stated that they will defy the law and keep evangelizing.

hollandsentinel.com

July 15, 2016

      

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