In the wake of the Turpin siblings case, where 13 children were discovered in an emaciated and filthy state, some even shackled to their beds, Assemblyman Jose Medina introduced AB2756, which requires fire inspections and data collecting where kids are home schooled.
POLL: In the wake of the Turpin siblings case, alleged prisoners in their own home, Assemb. Jose Medina's AB2756 would require fire inspections and data collecting where kids are home schooled. Opponents say the bill would result in undue gov't influence. Do you support the bill?— NewsRadio KFBK (@kfbk) March 19, 2018
Meantime, a rally against AB2756 is taking place today at the State Capitol.
Stefanie Fetzer with ParentsUnited4Kids joined Kitty on the Afternoon News.