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Life After Lucy

In historic case, lesbian co-parent loses rights to child

4 Comments · Wednesday, August 10, 2011
The constant reminders are all around Michele Hobbs' Prospect Hill home — a puppy named Leo, a half-finished garden. Lucy's room is still just the way she left it, the fish she caught in a neighbor's pond still in the fishbowl. At times, says Hobbs, it's overwhelming.  

Local Case Goes to Ohio Supreme Court

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 12, 2010
A local child custody battle involving a same-sex couple that could establish an important legal precedent is headed to the Ohio Supreme Court. The case involving former partners Michele Hobbs and Kelly Mullen about access to their 4-year-old daughter Lucy was featured in a recent CityBeat cover story.  

Losing Lucy

A local woman's legal case will help same-sex parents across Ohio, but she might lose her daughter in the process

8 Comments · Wednesday, March 3, 2010
For Michele Hobbs, the situation is tragically simple: Somewhere in Cincinnati is a 4-year-old girl named Lucy, whom she helped raise for two years and loves as her daughter. Because she isn't biologically related to Lucy, the courts have ruled that Hobbs has no legal right to see her. But love isn't so easily thwarted.  

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