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Newsom vetoes California bill involving parent's affirmation of child's identity in custody cases

  • California Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill that would have required judges to consider a parent's acceptance or affirmation of their child's gender identity in custody disputes.
  • Republicans argued that the bill was unnecessary, as judges already have the discretion to consider this factor in custody cases, and the term "affirmation" was not defined in the proposed law.
  • Newsom stated that existing laws already require courts to consider a parent's affirmation of their child's gender identity, along with health, safety, and welfare, when determining the best interests of the child.
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