A proposal to split child custody equally after a divorce failed to get out of a legislative committee Tuesday – likely ending its chances of passage this year.
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Democrats in the state legislature put the brakes, at least temporarily, on two high-profile political measures Thursday. Both measures are Republican touchstones.
An “equal time” parenting bill sought by non-custodial parents – mostly dads – stayed alive this week in the Tennessee legislature. The proposal moved out of a key subcommittee, but with an amendment that softens it.
Lawmakers asked for more information Tuesday, as they debated a measure that would split child custody fifty-fifty for parents in a divorce. The bill’s sponsor says he’s dubious of what the statistics will show.
Legislation meant to give divorced fathers “equal time” with their children will spend another week in a Tennessee House subcommittee before being brought to a vote.