If the government only cares about the people in their country that give them money, what will happen to those who don’t? Will the protection of the police force be outstretched to welfare recipients, or are they not important enough? Does the government just not want to protect the broke and young, or will they actually go out of their way to harm them? These are all valid concerns going through the minds of Peers and I.
Organizations can implement the solution of single parent adoption, by taking into consideration that any married couple that adopted a child, could get a divorce at any moment. And we also have to consider that any single individual can get married eventually. 2. According to Child Welfare Information Gateway (2011), studies and statistics have revealed that adopted children raised up by single individuals experience results that are as good as those for children adopted by couples. B. Agencies and organization started adopting this new solution and excepting more and more the fact that single parent are capable of adopting children as any other couple.
It has been proven in 2000, when George W. Bush lost the popular vote by .51% yet still won the electoral college vote by 271 to 266, this doesn’t seem right to me at all. Part of living in the U.S. is having the opportunity to vote for the person running your country, we are always told “our vote matters” which it does in a sense, but it seems more as though we are voting for other people to vote. The Electoral College system is very unequitable in my eyes. The people chosen for our electors meet on the Monday following
Aside from the 1st amendment giving religious freedoms, the 19th amendment gives parents autonomy. The autonomy of this constitutional right is complicated when challenged by the states Paren’s Patriae, “a states right and duty to protect children, evidenced by the requirement to report child abuse or neglect,” (Linnard-Palmer & Kools, 2004, p. 353). As sighted by CHILD (2013), refusing treatment is a recognizable form of neglect of a minor. The courts need to consider both subjective and objective evidence when a case of a minor’s best welfare is being questions; this is known as The Best Interest Doctrine.
It has become self-evident an expansion has occurred with-in the United States borders involving Anchor Babies. Those illegal mothers shall have their children naturalize them at the age of 21. It can be seen as a very convenient bargain one can consent with. How can one child actually effect or assist the United States one may ask? During 1965 the Immigration act would be conducted in which the term anchor babies are hosted. During that time the 14th Amendment would be assisting native-blacks whose children would descend into anchor babies.
Topic: Latino youth in the foster care system Research question: How do the relationships that primarily lead low-income Latino youth into foster care systems initiate. • I used the word relationships because I’m not talking about a relationship between a father and a son or a father daughter relationship. I’m addressing the relationships between the families as a whole. • I used the word primarily because I will be looking into the top three reasons why youth get sent into foster care systems.
Without crown corporations, there wouldn’t be gas or electricity services. Those things are usually seen as not profitable for private enterprises to undertake. Things like gas or electricity are demanded by so many people, if a private enterprise decided to take over, they wouldn’t make that much of a huge profit. Crown corporations consider consumers’ interests. The government will step in and establish crown corporations whenever they feel like the wants of their citizens are not met.
From their study, they found a high percentage of achieving reunification taking place when foster youth are placed with a relative or kinship foster family, then a nonrelative foster family (Lopez, Del Valle, Montserrat, & Bravo, 2013). Lopez and her colleagues, found this finding to be contradictive from past studies, where the findings suggest reunification is more likely to occur when foster youth are in a nonrelative foster placement (Lopez, Del Valle, Montserrat, & Bravo, 2013). However, the assumption is that when children are in a relative placement, visitation and other interactions occur more often than in a nonrelative foster placement (Lopez, Del Valle, Montserrat, & Bravo,
After a number of attempts, the federal Dream Act legislation has still not passed. Despite the difficulty the federal government has had on passing the DREAM Act, several states have taken it on their own initiative to create their own version of the DREAM Act. “Currently, at least seventeen states have laws allowing students who meet specific requirements, regardless of their immigration status, to pay in-state tuition rates at public postsecondary institutions” (Table). Supporters believe the federal DREAM Act will impose significant benefits to both the United States and immigrant populations and will continue to push to get the legislation passed.
Yet, with the little progress they’ve made in the six months they were given, I’m doubtful. Even though President Trump is opposed to the McCain-Coons plan, I believe that it is reasonable for both Dreamers and border security. It doesn’t solve every immigration issue, but it takes care of the two most urgent problems and serves as a good foundation. Like many lawmakers, I am not in support of a border wall, and I think that the large sum of money required for a wall could be used to improve border security in better, more technologically advanced ways. Although border security is important, it is more important that Dreamers are able to stay in the United States and have the chance to earn citizenship.
CAPTA does not really have an “alternative” program. The services provided by CAPTA are not duplicated, but there are programs that have been implemented because of CAPTA. The Adoption and Safe Families Act, or ASFA, clarifies that the health and safety of children served by child welfare agencies must be their paramount concern and aims to move children in foster care more quickly into permanent homes. The Chafee Foster Care Independence Program, or CFCIP, aims to assist youth aging out of foster care in the United States in obtaining and maintaining independent living skills. Services are provided to youth 14-21 who are in care.
Don’t you hate when your taxes go to making useless pennies or when they take up space in a mess. Even though people think pennies are helpful they are not because they cost 2.41 to make just one. For years the Unites States have been discussing if we should get rid of the penny. Pennies shouldn’t be made in the United States. Source 1 states, other countries have got rid of the penny and were successful.
The 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments became known as the Reconstruction Amendments. They followed the Civil War and attempted to guide the legal status of the African American population. The 13th Amendment formally abolished slavery and involuntary servitude. It also gave power to Congress to enforce the amendment. The 14th Amendment established Citizenship, Due Process and Equal Protection.
Yes on Proposition 57 When Robert Gonzalez was 17 years old, he was charged as an adult because the public defender said his actions were an”adult-like crime”. Robert Gonzalez was the “wheel-man” during a robbery. The sentenced Mr.Gonzalez got a sentence of 20 years with 4 months. Proposition 57 is mainly for the juveniles that are getting a second chance to go to rehab and to get better. Proposition 57 is trying to get passed because there are too many people that are getting put into prisons for reasons that can be solved another way.