Protect ALL citizens rights, give our children BOTH Parents
  • Petitioned New York State Children and Families Committee

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Chair Children and Families Committee
New York State Children and Families Committee
New York Governor
New York State Senate
New York State House

Protect ALL citizens rights, give our children BOTH Parents

    1. Mark Sullivan
    2. Petition by

      Mark Sullivan

      Brooklyn, NY

We the parents of New York State ask that the state recognize the rights of parents to parent their children no matter what the status of their spousal relationship is. A half LOVED child is a hurt child.

As a governing body which dispenses the rights and protections of its citizens in accordance with both state and federal civil rights this lack in the laws denies the children of New York this basic right.

When the State of New York will not stand up for, speak up for, the children and in so doing prevents parents from likewise exercising these human and civil protections it denotes a march toward anarchy and discrimination.

We the under signed people remind and direct you to protect all peoples rights, regardless of age.

Recent signatures

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    1. Reached 50 signatures
    2. Gaining momentum...

      Mark Sullivan
      Petition Organizer

      visit facebook group ... Protect ALL citizens rights...

    3. Reached 25 signatures
    4. Beginning of Family Court Judges Conference NYC July 24,2011

      Mark Sullivan
      Petition Organizer

      New York Hilton Hotel
      1335 Ave of the Americas
      New York, NY

      New york fathers 4 justice group

      Has a Family Court judge ever done you wrong? Of course, they have. That's because they are trained to violate your rights....

    5. Reached 10 signatures

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    Reasons for signing

    • Reginald T. Hardaway Sr. RICHTON PARK, IL
      • about 3 years ago

      THIS ISN'T DIFFICULT; JUST DO THE RIGHT THING. CHILDREN NEED, AND WANT BOTH PARENTS.

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