According to both bills, out-of-state convictions would be permitted in terminating parental rights. The Vermont bill would not require a conviction if there is sufficient evidence of a sexual assault.
The bills are in the Vermont House Judiciary committee and the New Hampshire Senate Judiciary committee. A similar bill is in the New Hampshire House Children and Family Law committee.
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