A member family from Oregon recently contacted us after their child, a minor, visited the doctor. While there, the child was asked to sign a document entitled “Limited Disclosure Authorization.” The document authorized the doctor to disclose a limited amount of the child’s medical information to the parents. Of course, this document raised a question […]
On March 1, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Alford v. Greene, a case questioning whether the government can interview children at public schools without parental consent. Regardless of the outcome of this case, public schools are a dangerous place for children to be.
An Oregon couple, who had committed no crime, had their twin boys taken by social services when one of them received a fracture on his collarbone. When the parents explained that the fracture had been caused by an abrupt stop to avoid a traffic accident, all criminal charges were dropped, but the twins were still […]
A mother is flabbergasted after being sued by Oregon for foster care expenses. Allegedly, not only did the State of Oregon wrongfully take custody of her son and place him in foster care for two years, the state now wants her to pay for it. This unsolicited invoice is the result of an Oregon law […]