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The State of Michigan does have a specific statute which specifically defines and protects parental rights as Fundamental Rights.
This is one of the first steps you can take towards State by State law reform:
Click HERE to get the form letter to file a complaint/damages claim on state workers and their supervisors for misappropriation of state funds.
Michigan State Reform Project
If you do not think that you can represent yourself in court, please look for an attorney who specializes in fighting against the system. You should still educate yourself on the facts so that you know what to talk with your attorney about.
MICHIGAN STATE: https://www.facebook.com/notes/attorneys-who-fight-and-sue-child-protection-services/michigan-attorneys-who-fight-for-parents/236685963333769
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