(8/28/03)! Utah Legislature Declares War on Your
for 2/4/06: Minor changes have since been made in
the 2005 session to the statute covering parental rights
termination (see the new
78-3a-401), but parents can still lose their children for
frivolous reasons, such as not complying with a "reunification
plan" that were based upon bogus criteria and "failure of
parental adjustment". Most importantly, Utah parents
still do not have the right to a trial by a jury of their
4/23/2007: Additional information has been added
regarding the perverse federal incentives to diagnosis
children as mentally ill and force them to take mind-altering
Your legislators have destroyed your right to a trial by jury
in parental rights cases, they have eliminated other due
process protections, and they have encouraged a rogue state
agency, the Utah Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS),
to steal children from innocent parents. Act now to end this
Destroys Families while Legislators Provide Cover.
Have NO Rights in Utah.
You have no
right to a trial by a jury of your peers.
Parents on Indian nation reservations
have a better chance of proving their innocence.
Your rights can be terminated for
Your rights can be terminated for something
you might do some day.
Your family will likely be
impoverished if you fight to stay together.
If the State goofs up, oh well!
Your children may be drugged (for
raped in the foster care system.
3. Religious Persecution Against Non-traditional Healing
4. Conclusion: The Underground Railroad of the 21st
ACTION! Or the Next Victim Could Be YOUR Family!
1. DCFS Destroys Families while Legislators
The Utah Department of Child
and Family Services (DCFS), under the direct control and
oversight of the Utah state legislature, has declared war on
Utah families, on parental rights, and on your right to seek
your own medical opinion, diagnosis, and medical treatment.
Every Utah citizen ought to
be asking, "Could this happen to me?"
Barbara and Daren Jensen, of
Sandy, have been charged with "kidnapping" P.J. Jensen, their
own 12-year-old son. This is a 1st Degree Felony
charge that carries a penalty of up to life in prison.
Why, you ask? How can parents
kidnap their own son?
A talented viola player, P.J.
unfortunately developed what doctors diagnosed as Ewing’s
Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, which appeared in the
soft tissue of his mouth. The Jensen’s sought qualified
medical help and had the tumor surgically removed.
Such tumors only metastasize
about 30% of the time. Despite further tests showing that
P.J.’s cancer had not spread elsewhere, doctors at the Primary
Children's Hospital demanded that P.J. undergo both radiation
and chemotherapy, procedures that would stunt his growth and
render him sterile.
The Jensen’s, wanting to
first check out other alternatives to treatment and
questioning whether the treatment was really even necessary,
refused to allow doctors to perform these procedures and
sought second opinions. Two other specialists tested P.J. and
declared that they could find no evidence of cancer, but they
nevertheless refused to countermand the orders of the Primary
Children's Hospital doctors.
In accordance with state law,
the doctors notified the DCFS, which initiated court
proceedings. In a secret trial (not open to the public), Third
District Juvenile Court Judge Robert S. Yeates refused to
consider other medical opinions, and ordered the Jensen’s to
turn P.J. over to the DCFS so the medical procedures could be
forcibly administered to him while he stayed in a foster home.
Horrified that the state
could take such drastic action, the Jensen’s fled the state
and have since been charged with felony kidnapping. Daren was
recently downsized out of his job, and his lovely Sandy home
is in the process of being foreclosed on.
At this moment, P.J. and his
mother are in hiding. P.J.’s father is in Idaho and is free on
$50,000 bail while he fights extradition to Utah. P.J.’s four
other musically talented siblings are holed up with relatives
in Idaho and are also fearful of being "taken" by the state.
P.J. is quite healthy: a family friend reported seeing him
doing hand springs the weekend after they fled.
The Jensen's are one of many
proofs that Utah is not a "family-friendly" state.
2. Parents Have NO Rights in Utah
Thanks to the Utah
legislature, if you are accused of some type of abuse or
You have no right to a trial by a jury
of your peers.
Your parental rights
can be permanently terminated by a single judge in a secret
civil court. One man determines the fate of your entire
family. Yet, according to the Utah Supreme Court ruling (In
re J.P. Utah, 648 P.2nd 1364, June 9, 1982):
parental right transcends all property and economic rights.
It is rooted not in state or federal statutory law, to which
it is logically and chronologically prior, but in nature and
human instinct." (p. 1373).
Citizens can receive a trial
by jury for most property and economic rights cases. If
parental rights truly transcends property and economic rights,
then why are parents not allowed a trial by jury? What then is
the purpose of a trial by jury?
Parents on Indian
nation reservations have a better chance of proving their innocence.
What lawmakers also
conveniently ignore is that parents on Indian
nation reservations have an even higher evidentiary standard in their
favor. Under the federal Indian Child Welfare Act, the
standard of proof for the same termination is proof "beyond a
reasonable doubt," the highest burden of proof. (See also In re
S.D.C., 435 Utah Adv. Rep 22, December 4, 2001).
Why don't Utah parents have the same rights as Indian parents?
Your rights can be terminated
for frivolous reasons.
Your parental rights
can be permanently terminated if one judge decides that you:
"…Failed to have shown the normal interest of a natural
parent, without just cause". (Utah statute
does "normal interest" mean exactly? It means whatever the
judge and DCFS want it to mean.
It gets worse. Here are other
"grounds" a judge can use to terminate your parental rights:
"Repeated or continuous
failure to provide the child with adequate food, clothing,
shelter, education, or other care necessary for his
physical, mental, and emotional health and
development by a parent or parents who are capable of
providing that care. However, a parent who, legitimately
practicing his religious beliefs, does not provide specified
medical treatment for a child is not for that reason alone a
negligent or unfit parent." (Utah statute
Explain that to the parents
of P.J. Jensen. Utah judges have interpreted loose statutes
like this to include parents who have messy kitchens, dirty
laundry on laundry day, not giving their child mind altering
medication mandated by government school nurses. (For more
information, see topic "3.
Religious Persecution Against Non-traditional Healing Methods".)
Perhaps the worst example is
"failure of parental adjustment" in Utah statute
78-3a-407 (5) and its related definition. A "reunification
plan," crafted by DCFS bureaucrats, specifies the hoops
parents must jump through to demonstrate that they are
sufficiently "adjusted" to warrant a return of their children.
If parents do not comply with every jot and tittle of that
plan, this is all a judge needs to permanently terminate their
This shifts the burden from
the state to the parents to demonstrate their fitness or risk
losing their children. It makes it easier for the state to
establish its case for termination.
Even basic statutory
definitions of terms have been trivialized and can mean almost
anything in Utah. Abuse, for instance, includes:
"…Actual or threatened
nonaccidental physical or mental harm" and "negligent
treatment". (Utah statute
62A-4a-101(1)(a) and (b))
"Tommy, if you don't come
down off that precipice, I'm going to strangle you!" is
evidence DCFS employees and a judge could use to claim that
you have threatened physical or mental harm. As there are
virtually no limits to the extent of this definition, harm in
the eyes of Utah courts has included swatting your child and
yelling at your child for any reason.
(For more examples, see "Child
Abuse Prevention Laws Place Parenting Under Attack," by
Neglect includes "subjecting
a child to mistreatment or abuse". (Utah statute
62A-4a-101 (18)(a)(2)(ii)) Again, mistreatment can be
"A single incident of
life-threatening or gravely disabling injury to or
disfigurement of the child". (Utah statute
What if your child fell off
the playground slide and was gravely disabled? What if he
seriously burned his hand playing on the hot stove you try to
keep him away from? A court could find you unfit for these and
other more ridiculous reasons, and permanently terminate your
rights as a parent.
The Utah Supreme Court ruled
(In re J.P. Utah, 648 P.2nd 1364, June 9, 1982), that
parental rights can only be terminated if there is serious
detriment to the safety of the child and some showing of
wrongdoing or unfitness on the part of the parents. According
to the court:
"We conclude that the right
of a parent not to be deprived of parental rights without a
showing of unfitness, abandonment, or substantial neglect is
so fundamental to our society and so basic to our
constitutional order that it ranks among those rights
referred to in Article I, Section 25 of the Utah
Constitution and the Ninth Amendment of the United States
Constitution as being retained by the people." (p. 1,375)
The Supreme Court went on to
rule that this finding of fault must be by "clear and
convincing evidence." Never overturned, this ruling has been
violated and ignored by lower courts and the Utah legislature.
Parental rights continue to be terminated based upon charges
that have little or nothing to do with whether a parent is
guilty of any legitimate abuse or wrongdoing.
[Note: It is important to
understand that the state justifies termination as an action
that is "in the best interest of the child." (Utah statute
78-3a-402) This language is vague so as to allow the
judge complete power and latitude once he finds you in
violation of some other vague statute.]
Your rights can be terminated for
something you might do some day.
Parents can also lose
their children based on what they might possibly do in the
future — or the risk of harm it is anticipated they will pose
at some time in the future. See, for example, Utah statute
which permits termination based on "token
efforts" of parents to "eliminate the risk" of neglect
or abuse — a ground which is obviously future-oriented.
In P.J. Jensen's case,
the parents are refusing to allow doctors to subject
their son to high doses of radiation and chemotherapy. They
are not complying with the futuristic desires of DCFS
employees, doctors, and judges.
The Utah Supreme Court ruled
against this anticipatory, crystal ball approach in State
of Utah, in the interest of Ricky Winger, 558 P2d 1311.
Yet lower Utah courts continue to flagrantly violate this
(Note: The Utah
legislature also continues to thumb its nose at this Utah
Supreme Court ruling. For example, it passed Senate Bill 27,
sponsored by Sen. Leonard Blackham, in the last general
session. SB 27 removed the requirement that the accused be an
"immediate" physical danger to himself or others and now
permits judges to incarcerate people who they feel are a
potential risk of danger at some point in the future. See
Senate Bill 27, Substitute 3).
Your family will likely be
impoverished if you fight to stay together.
The courts often
garnish the wages of parents whose rights have not been
terminated and who have not been convicted of any crime or
wrongdoing. Utah Statute
78-3a-913(6) permits courts to force parents to pay for
state-appointed counsel and even for child care expenses the
State incurs while the parents await their day in court!
The impact on parents who are poor to begin with and who
must take off work to attempt to keep their family together is
horrific and unconscionable!
Families who are serious about keeping their
children must sacrifice significant financial resources —
often to their complete financial ruin — to
obtain decent legal services. For this reason, DCFS frequently
targets poorer families who cannot hope to defend themselves.
The accused parents also
have NO right to a regular, state-funded attorney.
The only state-funded attorney they don't are guaranteed is a "guardian ad litem"
(paid for by your tax dollars), who has no motive to keep families together.
Innocent families, bereft of
the means to defend themselves, must stand alone against the
combined onslaught of the Utah Attorney General's Office, the
Guardian Ad-Litem's Office, DCFS, CPS, and loose statutes that
can mean just about anything.
(Note: In fact, these
attorneys have perverse financial incentives to split families
apart. Stay tuned for additional developments on the
funding mechanisms between the federal government, DCFS,
and the legislature.)
If the State goofs
up, oh well!
legislature has granted DCFS and its agents almost complete
immunity from financial and criminal suit (see Utah Statute
63-30-10). Up until
House Bill 28 went into effect on May 6, 2002, DCFS
agents could even commit FRAUD and PERJURY without criminal or
financial penalty! Apparently, government is beyond
accountability and families who are destroyed are simply out
Your children may be drugged
(for profit) and
raped in the foster care system.
According to reports from whistle blowers, children in
state custody are frequently subjected to mind-altering
psychotropic medication without physical diagnosis or parental
From an article published by
"The Adoption and Safe
Families Act passed by Congress in 1997 gave financial
incentives to states for removing children from their homes
and placing them up for adoption. The federal government
allocates states an average of $13,000 per child in foster
care each year out of the Social Security Trust Fund, with
up to $50,000 a year to provide services to that child.
"Furthermore, another $4,000
to $10,000 is given to states that can terminate a parent's
rights and successfully get the child adopted. Federal
funding also pays a per-child bonus to each state that
boosts its annual number of adoptions from foster care.
"Of the nearly $124 million
budget of DCFS, half is provided by the federal government.
In contrast, Utah receives nothing to leave a child in his
home, and zero dollars if that child is placed in kinship
"[Child Protective Services
Supervisor in Tooele County, Troy] Randall confirmed the
federal government reimburses DCFS with nearly a two-thirds
match of funds. For every $25 the state pays, the federal
government will pay $75, he said.
"Randall said the definition
of an 'eligible child' is complex with varying levels of
eligibility, but basically explained that a child (or
family) that is eligible for federal resources like
Medicaid, or other federal programs, who is taken into
custody has a 'very good possibility to be eligible for the
Family Services faces abuse concerns," Jennifer Weaver,
The Spectrum, Jun 18, 2003.
DCFS also receives Title XX
block grants, Title IV-E adoption grants, and TANF grants.
According to our research, the federal figure jumps
dramatically, to more than $100,000 per child diagnosed with a
mental disability of some kind. Even DCFS Director,
Richard Anderson partially admitted the existence of these
enormous, perverse federal incentive to break up families:
"'It looks bad to give what appears to be an incentive for
states to have more adoptions,' Anderson said. 'But that
money supplants money a state has already spent and helps
build on a system that has shown it can get kids placed and
not kept overly long in foster care.'"
decry state 'tyranny'", James Thalman, Deseret News, Sep
Utah is not unique.
Consider a recent expose of the Los Angeles, California, DCFS:
"Up to half of Los Angeles
County's foster children were needlessly placed in a system
that is often more dangerous than their homes because of
financial incentives in state and federal laws, a two-year,
Los Angeles Newspaper Group investigation has found.
"The county receives nearly
$30,000 a year from federal and state governments for each
child placed in the system — money that goes to pay the
stipends of foster parents, but also wages, benefits and
overhead costs for child-welfare workers and executives.
For some special-needs children, the county receives up to
"Called the 'perverse
incentive factor,' states and counties earn more revenues by
having more children in the system whether it is opening a
case to investigate a report of child abuse and neglect or
placing a child in foster care,' wrote the authors of a
recent study by the state Department of Social Services
Child Welfare Stakeholders Group.
"Since the early 1980s, the
number of foster children in California has gone up
fivefold, and doubled in the county and nation. About one in
four children will come into contact with the child welfare
system before turning 18, officials say."
motive in foster care: Children: Half of county placements
unnecessary, often driven by desire for funding,"
Troy Anderson, Long Beach Press Telegram, December 7,
In addition, children in foster
care are often raped and molested. Sadly, this is why most
foster children are not placed in families with younger
children. From a CPS Watch article:
"[CPS Watch National Director
Cheryl] Barnes said that her national watchdog
organization relies upon data published by the federal
government in making comparisons of child protective
practices among the states. The
of Health and Human Services maintains
NCANDS, which publishes the data annually. The latest
available data was published last year in 'Child
Maltreatment 1998: Reports from the States to the
National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System.'
"The NCANDS data shows that
2 times more likely to be abused while in foster care
while in foster care than in their own homes. DCFS reported
to the federal government that 37 of the 1,362 taken into
custody were abused while in foster care -- a rate of 15 per
thousand children. The rate was 6 per thousand for children
living at home.
"'The state makes a terrible
parent,' Barnes said.
"DCFS child removal policy became
the subject of controversy after parents staged rallies
across the state claiming their children were wrongfully
removed due to false allegations of child abuse or neglect.
A federal district judge recently said that DCFS's policy of
removing children without a warrant might be
"'Utah is especially unsafe for
families because DCFS caseworkers are empowered to take
children into custody on personal whim,' Barnes said. 'They
are not accountable to the courts or the public they serve.'
"Barnes explained that state
officials need a warrant to enter a house to search for and
remove property but children inside the home are not
afforded the same protection. She said that children should
not be incarcerated unless the state can show a court
reasonable cause to do so.
"'I notice that Patterson
neglects to mention the overwhelming, irreparable emotional
damage suffered by innocent children forcibly removed from
their home,' Barnes said. 'Clearly, such a traumatic option
should only be considered when DCFS can prove that the child
has actually been mistreated by her family.'
"Barnes said that non-abused
children are often removed from their homes based upon 'risk
assessment' tools unilaterally applied by caseworkers. When
in doubt, DCFS tends to lean towards 'erring on the side of
caution' by incarcerating the children.
"Instead, Barnes suggested state
bureaucracies consider the tenet adopted by physicians'
centuries ago: 'At first, do no harm.'"
Source: "DCFS Removal
Rate High, Watchdog Group Claims,"
CPS Watch, Oct 20,
Finally, below is a
2004 press release from the federal Health & Human
Services on perverse incentives for states that adopt
children. Keep in mind that these and many other federal
funds are in no wise predicated on parents receiving
substantive due process:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Thursday, October 14, 2004
Contact: ACF Press Office
HHS AWARDS $17,896,000 IN
HHS Secretary Tommy G.
Thompson today announced the awarding of $17,896,000 in
adoption bonuses to 31 states and Puerto Rico. The funding
comes from the Adoption Incentives Program and is given to
states that were successful in increasing the number of
adoptions from the public child welfare system over the
number of adoptions in 2002.
This is the first time that
bonuses have been given to states and territories since the
program was revised and strengthened in December 2003. The
bonuses go to state child welfare agencies for a variety of
child welfare and other related services including adoption
and adoption-related services.
“Adoption is a wonderful
option for families and must be promoted by all levels of
government,” said Secretary Thompson. “The federal bonuses
we are announcing reward states which have worked hard to
help children -- particularly older children -- in the child
welfare system find loving, adoptive homes.”
The Adoption Incentive
Program, which was revised and strengthened last December by
the Bush Administration, for the first time adds a focus on
the growing proportion of children aged nine years old and
above who are in dire need of adoption before they “age out”
of foster care. Two key changes which strengthen states’
adoption and child welfare services are:
An additional bonus of $4,000
to states for each child aged nine and above adopted from
the public child welfare system. This bonus is on top of the
current $4,000 provided for each child and on top of the
$2,000 for each special needs child adopted; and
The threshold to receive
incentives has been reset based on the number of adoptions
in FY 2002, making states that reached their highest number
of adoptions in the earlier years of the program more likely
to qualify for a bonus.
“President Bush has worked
hard to increase the number of adoptions so more children
can grow up in safe, stable and loving homes,” said Dr. Wade
F. Horn, HHS assistant secretary for children and families.
“Today’s grants continue this Administration’s efforts to
promote adoption from the foster care system so no child
will be left behind.”
Currently, there are 129,000
children in the public child welfare system waiting to be
adopted. Of this number, approximately 50,000 children each
year are placed into adoptive families. Approximately 19,000
children “age out” of the foster care system without ever
having the opportunity to be adopted. The adoption bonus is
in addition to a website previously launched by ACF --
www.adoptuskids.org -- aimed at the recruitment and
retention of adoptive families for children in the foster
For a complete list of HHS’
adoption bonuses, go to
Note: All HHS press releases,
fact sheets and other press materials are available at
3. Religious Persecution
Against Non-traditional Healing Methods
As previously cited, Utah
statute provides the following "exemption" for parents who
However, a parent who,
legitimately practicing his religious beliefs, does not
provide specified medical treatment for a child is not for
that reason alone a negligent or unfit parent." (Utah
What exactly is meant by
"legitimately practicing his religious beliefs?" Who will
judge the legitimacy, or lack thereof, of an individual's
commitment and devotion to his religious beliefs?
America seems fixated with
finding unique ways to protect those who do not agree with
dominant religious beliefs. But what about those who follow
their conscience to worship through alternative medicine and
Barbara Jensen is the
daughter of Dr. West, a well-respected chiropractor and an
expert alternative medicine practitioner in Pocatello, Idaho.
It is possible that the Jensen family has a desire to
supplement their son's care through alternative methods of
medicine, rather than subject their son to the invasive and
damaging treatments at Primary Children's Hospital.
Forcing drugs or invasive
treatments against the will of the family is religious
persecution. Many self-care practitioners view Western medical
philosophies as a religion in itself. They find fault with the
notion that man and his intellect are all-important and take
issue with the near-deification of doctors. (For example: More
people die in America due to mistakes made by doctors than in
auto accidents). In many
alternative methods, a spiritual attribute is involved on the
path to wellness and to prematurely seek Western methods is to
The doctors at Primary
Children's Hospital claim abuse because P.J.'s parents will
not immediately do everything they can — in the exact manner
in which they dictate — to extend his life. They perhaps view
death as a negative occurrence to escape and postpone at all
costs. P.J.'s parents, on the other hand, could feel that
subjecting him to radiation is more abusive than their
Primary Children's Medical
Center, DCFS, and the courts have shown a harsh and heavy hand
full of prejudice and intolerance. If their abuses are not
reversed, other families who practice alternative medicine,
who practice home births, who refuse to vaccinate, fluoridate,
or over-medicate their children, and even those who educate
their children outside government schools, will all become the
next logical target of megalomaniac government officials and
4. Conclusion: The
Underground Railroad of the 21st Century
By the mere whim of a vicious
DCFS employee, and with the wink and nod of Utah legislators
and doctors, parents are forced to either:
Surrender their children, perhaps forever, to a dangerous
foster care system while DCFS workers, the Utah State
Attorney General's Office, and the Utah Office of the
Guardians ad Litem, stack the deck against them. The
parents' only recourse is one judge and costly, limited
- Run from the law and
attempt to protect their children from emotional and
Is it any wonder that Utah
families feel compelled to run from this perverted mockery of
law and justice? Innocent parents, relegated to the role of
fugitive slaves — with no hope of receiving a fair criminal
trial by jury — are justifiably willing to risk it all — even
life in prison — for the hope of freedom in hiding.
The Underground Railroad of
the 21st Century is alive and well, and will
continue to grow, until Utah legislators, the Utah Attorney
General's Office, and DCFS are brought under control.
5. TAKE ACTION! Or the Next Victim
Could Be YOUR Family!
Act today to expose and end
this corruption! Here is what you need to do:
1. Forward this message to
your family, friends, and associates. Let them know that Utah
families are in great peril!
2. Call Senate President Alma Mansell, who resides near the Jensen family in Sandy, and
House Speaker Marty Stephens, who desires to be the next Utah
governor. Tell them to take immediate action to protect the
Jensen family, to open investigations on DCFS abuses, and to
hold a special session to restore your right as a parent to a
trial by jury and due process. Also ask them what
criminal charges will be filed against these DCFS employees.
Senate President Alma
Home: (801) 942-6019
Office: (801) 563-7600
Fax: (801) 563-7847
House Speaker Marty
Home: (801) 731-5346
Work: (801) 538-1930
Fax: (801) 538-1908
3. Call your local legislator
and demand that he take immediate action to protect your
rights and the rights of the Jensen family. Tell him to
publicly call for a special session to deal with these
matters, to press for public hearings, and to set up a town
meeting in his neighborhood. Also ask them what criminal
charges will be filed against these DCFS employees.
If you need help finding
your legislator, visit our
elected official contact page.
4. Call Utah Attorney General
Mark Shurtleff and demand that he take immediate action to end
the prosecution and persecution of the Jensen family.
Attorney General Mark
Main number: (801) 538-9600
Main fax: (801) 538-1121
Main e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
early citizen reports, Shurtleff is trying to pass the buck,
claiming that Salt Lake County District Attorney David Yocom
is to blame for pressing this matter so far. Remind
Shurtleff that, according to
Utah State Statute 67-5-1,
he is required to:
"Exercise supervisory powers
over the district and county attorneys of the state in all
matters pertaining to the duties of their offices, and from
time to time require of them reports of the condition of
public business entrusted to their charge". (subparagraph 6)
This same section requires
Shurtleff to prosecute county attorneys when necessary.
You might ask Shurtleff questions like: "If you haven't take
disciplinary action against Yocom, and you are empowered to do
so by state statute, doesn't that mean you agree with his
actions?" or "Why haven't you at least taken Yocom publicly to
task for his behavior?"
Also note that
Shurtleff's office sent the letter to the Houston clinic
ordering them to refuse the Parkers treatment, turn them away,
and call the police if they entered the building.
Jensens: The family insists Parker is healthy and state has no
reason to interfere," by Matt Canham, Salt Lake Tribune,
September 2, 2003.
5. Contact Salt Lake
County District Attorney David Yocom and demand that he back
off of this case and leave the Jensen family alone.
SL District Attorney David Yocom
Phone: (801) 468-3300
Fax: (801) 468-2985
6. Contact the Governor of Idaho
and request that he deny the extradition of Daren Jensen to
Governor Governor Dirk
Phone: (208) 334-2100
Fax: (208) 334-2175
7. National groups should take
heed of this high profile case and take steps to ensure that
justice is served in Utah. In instances like this, there can
be no state boundaries.
8. Monitor this site
for new and updated information. For instance, since
this alert, AU held a
Citizen Action Town
Meeting on September 20 in the Salt
Lake City Library.
Various groups are now planning
a rally for this Friday, September 26, at the State Capitol.
Read the rally
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