Federal Designer Families: How Californians got their “CFCC,” CRS Year 2000 Report on Access Visitation
The material below here was copied and pasted from a 4/3/2016 post (link near top of THIS post). It will more than double the size of the 2009 one which, after all, ended “FYI — Read it Yourself!”. If it’s helpful, please submit a comment. I will be notified by email and respond.
It blends in also information regarding the AFCC (Association of Family and Conciliation Courts) and information from a May 2012 report (“Strategic Evaluation Commission”) on the AOC (Administrative Office of the Courts) under the California Judicial Council, the ruling body (Chaired by the Chief Justice) at the State level for the State of California. How this all plays into their increased centralized control, AFCC-affiliated professionals at that top Statewide level (particularly in the AOC/CFCC sector) and, parallel and simultaneous, the increase of federal “Access and Visitation” grants — along with the expansion beyond helping people off welfare of the Child Support Enforcement Act (and the corresponding HHS sector, the “OCSE” or as the CRS report calls it above, and below, the “CSE”) — these are related information that may miss the average person dealing with just one or two elements of the system. Unfortunately (?) these elements are linked together and there is some conflict of the federal goals with the individual rights, as it turns out…
Written by Let's Get Honest
May 26, 2016 at 9:43 am
Posted in 1996 TANF PRWORA (cat. added 11/2011)
Tagged with "CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AND VISITATION: SHOULD THERE BE A FEDERAL CONNECTION?" (CRS Rpt 97-590 updated 6-20-2000), "Outflanking the Nation-State: David Mitrany and the Origins of Functionalism", AFCC, AFCC CFCC AOC Judicial Council, Carmen Solomon-Fears, CRS Rept 97-590, CRS-Congressional Research Service, Due process, Elements of the Network, fatherhood, Global Pound Conference of the IMI, HHS-TAGGS grants database, History of Access and Visitation Legislation, House Ways and Means-Human Resources Subcommittee (Jurisdiction - Titles I ~IV ~VI ~X ~XIV ~XVI ~XX and related provisions of titles VII & XI of the Social Security Act per 112th Congress rules), IMI - International Mediation Institute (Dutch/UN Consultative NGO), men's rights, murder-suicides, obfuscation, social commentary, Statewide Office of Family Court Services (in Calif in 2000 merged into a "CFCC"), Studying Humans, U.S. Govt $$ hard @ work.
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