Bob Unruh
World Net Daily
March 29, 2014

The Scottish government has been notified formally of a legal challenge to its plan to insert government bureaucrats into the decision-making of families with children.

St. Andrew's House is the headquarters building of the Scottish government. Credit: GB_1984 / Flickr
St. Andrew’s House is the headquarters building of the Scottish government. Credit: GB_1984 / Flickr

The Christian Institute, which is pursuing the action, said its lawyers have sent a letter to the government detailing the case, charging lawmakers are overstepping their authority.

The scheme, described by the institute as “invasive” of families, was adopted by lawmakers. It would appoint a “named person” for every child born in Scotland that would be granted authority to monitor children and make decisions about their lives.

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