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The conspiracy theorists tell us that powers greater than us are seeking to destroy the family and it appears, yet again, they are correct. Dr. Mary Jo Bane, Clinton's Assistant Secretary of Administration for Children and Families in the Department of Health and Human Services, has been quoted as having said, "If we want to talk about equality of opportunity for children, then the fact that children are raised in families means there's no equality . . . In order to raise children with equality, we must take them away from families and communally raise them." With very little effort on the Internet one can find stories of broken and exhausted parents who have nearly lost hope of seeing their children again for offenses like refusing to put a child on Ritalin or having a "messy" home or experiencing stress in a family or typical childhood accidents that led to ER visits. And once protective services have you in their sight, tighten your seat belt; it´s going to be a bumpy ride.
"It Takes a Village: And Other Lessons Children Teach Us" is a book by then-First Lady of the United States Hillary Rodham Clinton, in which she presents her vision for the children of America. She focuses on the impact individuals and groups outside the family have, for better or worse, on a child's well-being, and advocates for a society which meets all a child's needs.
Two months into the school year, school officials realized that more than 2,000 students in the county still didn't have the vaccinations they were supposed to have before attending class.
So Circuit Court Judge C. Philip Nichols ordered parents in a letter to appear at the courthouse Saturday and either get their children vaccinated on the spot or risk up to 10 days in jail.
That still left more than 900 students out of compliance with vaccination requirements, White said.
"Obviously, we still have some more work to do," he said.
Any children who still lack immunizations could be expelled. Their parents could then be brought up on truancy charges, which can result in a 10-day jail sentence for a first offense and 30 days for a second.
Government health officials ruled that a Georgia girl should receive compensation from a federal vaccine-injury fund due to damage caused by a vaccine.