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Rachel Canning appeared in court yesterday with her parents and a judge denied her request for $650 a week in child support expenses and the payment of her private school tuition fees. The judge agreed with the court investigator that Canning is spoiled and that parents should not live in fear of enforcing rules because their kids might sue them for financial support of they don't agree with the rules. There is a hearing scheduled for next month where the judge will decide if Rachel Canning is entitled to the college fund her parents established for her. The only way that will happen is if the same investigator who deemed her spoiled somehow now says that Canning left home on her own or her parents were abusive and kicked her out which is what Canning is alleging. I think she will be out of luck but maybe the family will kiss and makeup prior to that hearing. I can't believe it has gone on this long.
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