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Marriage Records bill SB62 removes race criteria from application

Admin March 29, 2020
Marriage Records

The marriage records bill SB62 is seen as a big step forward in that there is no requirement for couples to disclose race when filing divorce/marriage records or annulment reports (State Registrar). In light of the new policy a box immediately under the race question “Declined to Answer” is present along with clerks now being required to issue licenses irrespective…

Elder Care giver receives 18 month sentence for exploitation

Admin March 18, 2020
Elder Abuse

An elder care giver in Boise, Idaho has been found guilty for the abuse of an elderly couple along with neglect and exploitation. The arrest of Sherri Watring (53) was made in January 2019 and charges were of 2 felony counts, that being abuse and neglect of a vulnerable adult. The elder care giver was also charged with exploitation in…

New York Birth Records access for Adoptees after 80 years

Admin March 9, 2020
Birth Records

Adopted children in New York have been denied access to their original birth records for 80 years. However that has all changed and access to New York birth records are now providing answers that many thought would never see the light of day and New York has become the 10th state to open adoption records without restrictions. New York State sealed…

Pennsylvania DUI may undermine Second Amendment rights

Admin February 6, 2020
DUI Records

A Pennsylvania DUI conviction may prohibit the right to owning firearms in Pennsylvania. This precedent has recently been handed down and is determined as to how the Federal government defines a “serious crime” i.e. how high the bar has been set in respect of the level or degree of a crime that bars gun ownership. A serious crime (Federal law)…

Should Ventura County Death Records be Available to the Public

Admin January 2, 2020
Death Records

Ventura County leaders have agreed to sponsor legislation barring Ventura County death records disclosure/access to the general public. Whether this will have a knock on effect on California State Death Records remains to be seen. California’s open records law however could be seen as retracing it’s steps according to 1st Amendment advocates. The vote by the Ventura county board of…

MTA Background Check On Transit Workers Flawed

Admin December 10, 2019
Background Check

The MTA background check has allowed some employees with convictions for serious crime to slip through the net. According to a recent audit from the inspector general of the MTA points to flaws in both the city and the authority’s background checks. The Inspector General (MTA) found major failings especially relating to large numbers of applicant’s histories. The findings applied…