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Way to go Georgia Court of Appeals!

In King v Moses, which was handed down almost a month ago, Lambda Legal indicates the court found that:

[T]he parent’s custody or visitation rights cannot be limited just because that parent is gay or lesbian, and lives with their partner, when there is no adverse effect on the child. Lambda Legal represents Victoria Moses, a mother who lost primary custody of her daughter because she is in a same-sex relationship.

For those of you who know Georgia, this case came out of Gwinnett County! Even though the language may be tepid, it’s a helluva lot better than if we’d lost.

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