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Vermont court can decide lesbian custody dispute (access required)

A Virginia court hearing a lesbian couple's custody case must give "full faith and credit" to prior court rulings in Vermont that issued after the couple split and the biological mother and the child moved to Virginia. Under a "plain meaning" reading of the federal Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act, Virginia courts do not have jurisdiction over ...

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