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In this Get Up Poll, Erica Campbell and GRIFF are asking listeners if biological parents have the right to be directly involved in their child’s life if they’re not around. Much of the time, estranged biological parents, or parents who aren’t in the household, aren’t too keen on the idea of hands-on step-parents or significant others making decisions in their children’s lives.

But if a parent is absent, and there is someone else reliable and loving who is ready and able to step into that role, what should occur? Click on the audio player to hear what these listeners had to say about it in this exclusive clip from “Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell.”

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