National Parents Organization Urges Washington State Lawmakers to Move Shared Parenting
National Parents Organization pressuring state lawmakers to focus more on the best interests of children and schedule a House Judiciary Committee hearing on their proposal probing to move shared parenting after divorce.
The deadline to set the schedule of Washington State legislative committee hearings will land this Feb. 17, Friday. The bill, HB1554 includes shared parenting and parental equality which is a malleable arrangement where children can spend their time as close to equal as possible each of their parents after separation or divorce
As claimed by the Chairman of the National Parents Organization of Washington Branden Durst, he stated in the reports of SYS.CON Media that the bill HB1554 was exceptionally important to the thousands of families in the state of Washington urging House Judiciary Committee Chair Rep. Laurie Jinkins to have an immediate schedule of the hearing.
The HB1554 earned a binary support prior to the versions of the legislation that were drafted by the Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal, that time he was serving the Washington House of Representative.
Meanwhile, shared parenting seems to be a trend that was developed a few years back. Shared parenting remains different, in the state of Missouri they acted on the research by passing a shared parenting bill into a law while shared parenting reform in Florida made in into the Governor's office. Studies continue to back up favors that shared parenting is in the best interest of children when their parents were separated or divorced.
By the studies that conducted by the Federal Statistics from the U.S Centers for Disease Control, the U.S Census Bureau, and the U.S Department of Justice, it was claimed that children raised by a single parents came to a conclusion of 63 percent teen suicides, 71 percent high school drop-outs, 70 percent juveniles in state-operated institutions, 75 percent of children in chemical abuse centers, 85 percent of those in prison and also 90 percent of homeless and runaway children are suffered from single parenting.© 2017 The Classical Arts, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.