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Lower Bucks State Reps Urge Passage of Kayden’s Law

Two Lower Bucks County state Representatives are urging house law makers to pass a child custody law that would release $25 million in federal funds for states that reform their child custody systems to make children safer. State Representatives are…

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House Judiciary Sub Committee to Hold Kayden’s Law Hearing in November

The House Judiciary Committee in November plans to hold a hearing on the proposed senate version of Kayden's Law (SB 78) which was passed earlier this year.  The hearing, as part of the family law sub-committee is planned for November…

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Kayden’s Law Passes Senate

Kayden's Law, the effort to change how child custody cases are managed, borne out of tragedy passed the State Senate earlier today in a 46 to 4 vote Thursday. The law named in memory of a Lower Makefield's Kayden Mancuso…

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Kayden’s Law Needs to be Signed into Law Now!

This past fall Bucks County Lawmakers unveiled Kayden's Law. As of today, both bills remain in their respective committees, waiting for action to be taken.
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Lower Makefield to Declare October 15th ‘Kay’s Day’

The Lower Makefield Township Board of Supervisors passed a retroactive resolution at Wednesday night's meeting to honor the memory and birthday of the late Kayden Mancuso, who would have turned nine on Tuesday. Visibly emotional, Chairman Dan Grenier prior to…

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Bucks Lawmakers Introduce Child Custody Bill Named Kayden’s Law

Bucks County lawmakers came together Friday afternoon to introduce a bill memorializing 7 year-old Kayden Mancuso of Lower Makefield who was killed in a murder suicide during a court ordered visit with her father, Jeff Mancuso in August of 2018.…

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