State Court Sets Limit on Moving Children in Custody
A California Supreme Court ruling turns years of child-custody case law on its head. Traditionally, the custodial parent, often the mother, had broad discretion to make decisions for the children, including where they would live. But the state's high court has informed custodial parents that they risk losing their children if they try to relocate. NPR's Elaine Korry reports.
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