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June 23, 2016
By Robert Franklin, Esq, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization

Here’s a round-up of major editorials by NPO stalwarts prior to Father’s Day.

The Hill published Ned’s op-ed "Hillary Fights for Fathers Rights, Or Does She?" on its Congress page, click here 

WND published Ned’s op-ed "Don't Forget the Single Dad on Father's Day,” click here

The Dallas Morning News published Robert's op-ed, "Why Texas CPS Needs Dads," click here

Richmond Times-Dispatch published an op-ed by Virginia member Cole Bockenfeld, "Virginia Law Should Make More Room For Fathers," click here

Examiner.com published an article on the Father's Day press release, "Remember the Single Dad on Father's Day," click here

NBC affiliate KOMU in Columbia, Mo., interviewed Linda Reutzel on Missouri’s Fatherless Day rally for the story, “Father's rights movement group fights for equal time with children,” click here

Jefferson City News-Tribune interviewed Linda Reutzel while covering the Fatherless Day rally at the Capitol for the story “Advocating for 50/50 Parenting in Custody Cases,” click here

Fulton Sun also picked up the rally story “Advocating for 50/50 Parenting in Custody cases,” click here

The story that appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch last week that included comments from Ned and Linda on the Missouri bill was picked up by news outlets including Goaskit and ABC TELL over Father’s Day weekend with the headline “Fathers Often Sent to Backseat in Custody Cases,” click here and here

Congratulations to all NPO members who are doing so much to keep the vital issue of shared parenting in front of the American public.

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