The Vermont supreme court has unanimously granted custody to a lesbian who has been battling to become the guardian of the young girl she and her former partner raised together.
The ruling is in favor of Vermont resident Janet Jenkins, affirming a 2009 court order giving her sole physical and legal custody of Isabella Miller-Jenkins. Lisa Miller, Jenkins's former partner, is still missing with their 8-year-old daughter, according to Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders, which argued on Jenkins's behalf before the supreme court.
Now the bad news. Little Isabella and Lisa Miller are still missing. Miller kidnapped Isabella instead of facing the music and to this day, no one knows where the two are.
So tonight, those who us who pray, while we are asking God for sanity in the mid-terms tomorrow, let's not forget to send up a shout out to our sister Janet that she be reunited with her daughter.
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