Let's Get Honest! Absolutely Uncommon Analysis of Family & Conciliation Courts' Operations, Practices, & History

'A Different Kind of Attention Develops Sound Judgment' | 'Suppose I'm Right Here?' (See March 23 & 5, 2014). More Than 745 posts and 45 pages of Public-Interest Investigative Blogging On These Matters Since 2009.

Belated Lessons from Baltimore’s and San Francisco’s CFCCs: How “Centers” Coordinating Planning and Advance PR with Private Trade Associations can Effectively Monopolize ANY Field of Practice and Bill the Public for both Startup, Capital Infrastructure, and Ongoing Operational Expenses. (Page Added 6/4/2017) » 1997 project, 2000 pub, HHS Contract | OCSE Responsible Fatherhd Programs | Early Implementatn Lessons (by Pearson, Thoennes (and Venohr and David Price) found at NRFC~~>Fatherhood.gov ~Screen Shot 2020-01-13 at 1.57.03 PM

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OCSE Resp. Fatherhd Program Early Implementation Lessons (Publ. 2000) as displayed at Fatherhood.gov, featuring some key players in the AFCC, CRC, Child Support and Family Court System.. (8-image gallery added Jan. 13, 2020 to my June, 2017, page on ‘Belated Lessons from Baltimore.” US Citizens who don’t already know: READ! Non-USA concerned individuals, understand what PRWORA has meant to protective mothers, battered women and their children stranded WITHOUT legal assistance in the family courts, while public policy makes this assistance available, gender-based, to their fathers, and rewards states for altering family court case outcomes (which are under state, not federal jurisdiction!”)//LGH

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