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August 03, 2005

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Steve

The King v. Fox case has to be the first time any court decision has made reference to the Strawberry Alarm Clock. Two points for anyone that can name three of their songs./

Mary

Jaffee case -- I wonder what the adult dependent outcome would have been (1) in a State like Califoria, where the Civil Code requires parents tp pay for incapacitated (disaled) adult children for which an adult child support can be entered, and/or (2)where the adult child is protected under community-based living anti-discirmination prohibitions against unjustified involuntary institutionalization under Olmstead v. L.C. ex rel. Zimring, 527 U.S. 581 (1999). In other words, where the failure of the parent to have enough money left to support the disabled adult child would threaten her survival and/or fundamental constitutional rights to community-based supported living.

Mary

Jaffee case -- I wonder what the adult dependent outcome would have been (1) in a State like California, where the Civil Code requires parents to pay for incapacitated (disabled) adult children for which an adult child support can be entered, and/or (2)where the adult child is protected under community-based living anti-discirmination prohibitions against unjustified involuntary institutionalization under Olmstead v. L.C. ex rel. Zimring, 527 U.S. 581 (1999). In other words, where the failure of the parent to have enough money left to support the disabled adult child would threaten her survival and/or fundamental constitutional right to community-based supported living.

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