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The Mountain Advocate in Kentucky published a guest column by NPO's Matt Hale on the popularity of Kentucky's first in the nation shared parenting law. Legislators who supported the shared parenting law were overwhelmingly reelected while those who did not support it were not. Read the full article here. 

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Matt Hale, Member of the National Board of Directors and member of the Kentucky chapter of NPO and Dr. Ryan Schroeder, Professor of Sociology are interviewed by Spectrum News on Kentucky's first in the nation shared parenting law. Watch the video here. 

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Member of the Board of Directors and Member of the Kentucky chapter of National Parents Organization, Matt Hale, writes in The Daily Independent about the fantastic election successes of Kentucky lawmakers who supported Kentucky's first in the nation shared parenting law. Read the whole article here.

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Spectrum News 1 in Louisville, Kentuck has an article and video on Kentucky's first in the nation shared parenting law as well as the story of Matt Hale and his family, who worked for six years to get this momentous law passed.  From the article:" 'Children their best interest is seeing both parents equally as long as the parents meet a list of 11 factors and those factor include such things as positive mental and physical health proximity to each other and there can be no domestic violence things like that,' Hale said." Read the entire article and watch the video here.

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The Virginian-Pilot has published an op-ed by Christian Paasch, Co-Chair of the Virginia chapter of National Parents Organization, on the successes of a law passed in Arizona and how passing a full shared parenting law would similarly benefit Virginia. Paasch writes, "Shared parenting is a flexible option that gives judges wide latitude in ordering parenting time arrangements, while still allowing judges to protect victims of abuse, when required. It is the modern, responsible solution today’s families and children need from the family court system." Read the full op-ed here.

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