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The Tulsa World reports the contempt case was dropped Thursday after Dusten Brown and the Cherokee Nation reached an agreement with Matt and Melanie Capobianco, who are the adoptive parents of 4-year-old Veronica. Brown faced contempt charges …
KOCO Oklahoma City · 1/17/2014
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Matt and Melanie Capobianco are celebrating their reunion with four-year-old baby Veronica, the child they have been trying to adopt since birth. The Capobianco's were fighting a bitter custody battle with their daughter's biological father, Dusten Brown.
Latin Times · 9/24/2013
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Much has been made this week of the Supreme Court’s decision that the Indian Child Welfare Act did not apply in the case of Baby Veronica. South Carolina later reversed its earlier decision and returned Veronica to her adopted parents, removing her ...
Patheos · 9/27/2013
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the Indian Child Welfare Act did not apply to "Baby Veronica" because the biological father "never had custody" of the child and had abandoned her prior to her birth. I’m so joyful that their prayers have been ...
Today.com · 6/26/2013
(Newser) – A Native American couple is suing Minnesota's department of ... stability and security of Indian tribes and families," reports Fox 23. (Remember the Baby Veronica saga?)
Newser · 6/10/2015
Now we turn to the Supreme Court. The country is waiting on several rulings, important cases dealing with affirmative action, voting rights, and same-sex marriage. But there are other pending cases with lower profiles that still carry really profound ...
KCUR 89.3 FM · 6/21/2013
While the nation’s eyes were turned towards the nightmare that unfolded in Boston last week, a very different kind of mess was being argued before the Supreme Court in Washington D.C. The Baby Veronica case, as it’s called, involves a biological father ...
BabyCenter Blog · 4/23/2013
In a custody battle that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, Matt Capobianco, a former longtime employee of Glasspro in Charleston, S.C., and his wife, Melanie, have won custody of the daughter they have sought to adopt for more than two years ...
glassBYTEs · 8/16/2013
The custody battle over "Baby Veronica," a one percent Cherokee girl who was adopted by non-Cherokee parents, continues as a divided Supreme Court decided to give her back to her adoptive parents, thus violating the 1978 federal law that prevents the ...
United Press International · 6/25/2013