“Montana judges smack down parental rights”

OneNewsNow: “The Montana Supreme Court has granted parental rights to a non-parent . . . Austin Nimocks, senior legal counsel with the Alliance Defense Fund, tells OneNewsNow that Montana’s highest court decided to uphold the demands of a legal stranger. ‘What the Montana Supreme Court did was give a third party — the parent’s former roommate and girlfriend — parental rights…,’ says the attorney. ‘And it runs contrary to clear precedent dating back several years in Montana and the United States Supreme Court. [It's] a very, very disturbing decision.’”