Tricked Men No Longer To Pay Child Support In Ohio

Let's hope other states follow this trend; in Ohio, a 500 year old common law stated that any child born in wedlock is assumed to be the mother's husband's child, and child support payments have been enforced against men who have proven with DNA tests that they are not the father of the child. A new law has been passed that nullifies the old law, so that "Ohio no longer rewards mothers who lie about who the father of their baby is," as described by the sponsor of the bill, Rep. Peter Lawson Jones. You can read the story at this link. This is an important, basic step in moving toward the concept of male reproductive rights.

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