Why do California’s guardianship documents for military members say you’re a danger to the state?
Posted September 23, 2018 11:05:49 It’s an old trick that many California parents have been using for decades.
It involves making sure that the paperwork that your children must sign is accurate.
But a new law passed in California’s new governor’s mansion will make this even easier.
The law, which goes into effect on Thursday, allows any parent to get a copy of the California Department of Defense’s Military Guardianship Application, which the state has long kept confidential.
It can be used by parents to get the paperwork they need to make sure their children are legally allowed to be in the military.
The form is meant to make parents and guardians feel safe in their childrens lives.
But it can also be a tool of fear for some parents who want to protect their children from military service.
It was designed to protect military members from being drafted.
But a new state law makes it even easier to obtain.
In addition to making it easier for parents to obtain military guardianship papers, the law requires the Department of Defence to include it in its online database.
The Department of State has been using the Military Guardians Registration System, or MGS, to track military members.
But that information is only available to state agencies.
It is only for a limited set of families, like those who are guardians of children under the age of 18.
The new law is designed to make it easier to access information about military family members.
It requires the California State Legislature to approve the bill.
The bill requires that the state’s military guardians registry be available to anyone.
But there are limits.
Parents who live in California must also have their military identification documents with them.
So, the parents must be able to present them at a public hearing.
The state will also allow parents who have a military identification to sign their children up for military service on their own.
But if you have military ID, the government will only allow you to sign up if you’re not under the supervision of your children.
The state will not allow you on your own.
The bill allows a parent to sign an affidavit saying that he or she is over 18 and has parental permission to be a military member.
This is a big change for some families.
But other parents, who are military or have served, have been fighting against this change.
For example, some parents are worried about who will get access to their children’s military identification if they’re not a military family member.
“If we don’t get a chance to tell them, they will be a danger,” said one mother.
For others, the changes aren’t a big deal.
The change is a way for California to get rid of a big obstacle in the way of protecting their children, said Julie Henshaw, a retired military family court judge in Los Angeles.
For families who are in the middle of a divorce or who have had to move out, the change is beneficial, Henshawk said.
“It’s easier to have a new family,” she said.
“We’re just getting rid of one more thing that’s preventing people from being safe.”
The new bill also makes it easier than ever for people who have served to get military identification papers, and also lets them use them if they are already military.
“It’s like a second passport,” said Kristin Koehler, a California mother who served in the Navy.
But she’s also a registered sex offender.
“You’re going to have to go to court and prove that you are a registered offender,” she told ABC News.
“But there’s nothing wrong with being a sex offender,” said Koehlers husband.
“That’s the most important thing.”
The bill is expected to pass by the end of the week, and the California legislature will have to act by then.
But many parents in the state say they’re ready for this change, and are waiting to see how this legislation will affect their children.
“I’ve been through so many fights over this,” said Henshaver.
“I’ve fought the whole process to get this done.
I’ve been fighting for it for so long.”