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VOLUME XVIII, NUMBER 6
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NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2002
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Cover Story
Safeguarding sovereignty

An inside look: UN's Special Session on Children

Special Features
State of the States

Regular Features
Active cases

A contrario sensu

In the trenches

Freedom watch

Notes to members

Prayer and praise

President's page

F.Y.I
HSLDA social services contact policy

Across the States
State by State

HSLDA social services contact policy

We desire to assist and advise our members in every contact with a social worker and/or police officer in investigations resulting from allegations of abuse or neglect. If home schooling is an issue, we will represent our member families until the issue is resolved. On Fourth Amendment unreasonable search and seizure issues, HSLDA will assist and advise our members whenever the privacy of their home is violated by forced or coerced entry for the purpose of an unsubstantiated investigation. HSLDA membership benefits do not extend to court actions resulting from non-home schooling matters. However, in circumstances where there is a clear violation of the Fourth Amendment, HSLDA may, as we have done in the past, choose to take the case in an effort to establish legal precedent.