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The Rossi’s dinnertime talk: Advice your parents gave you

You can check out the blog at nj1015.com regarding the Rachel Canning story, and how her parents may have known something about her boyfriend she, unfortunately, found out the hard way.

Parents always seem to know best – in most cases.

Over dinner, my wife and I disc

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Rachel Canning in court (CBS New York)
Rachel Canning in court (CBS New York)
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Rachel Canning discovers her parents were right all along

How often have you blown off your parents’ advice when you were young – only to find out later on that they’d been right all along?
My mother, father, and grandmother all had a treasure trove of sayings they’d often use to either chastise us, or guide us in the right direction

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Rachel Canning in court
Rachel Canning in court (CBS New York)
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Rachel Canning Picks a College

Rachel Canning, the 18-year-old from Lincoln Park who sued her parents for support, has selected a college to attend in the fall.

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(L-R) Rachel Canning, John Inglesino, Rachel's attorney, Sean & Elizabeth Canning, attorney, Elizabeth Canning, Sean Canning
(L-R) Rachel Canning, John Inglesino, Rachel's attorney, Sean & Elizabeth Canning, attorney, Elizabeth Canning, Sean Canning (CBS New York)
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Lawyer: School Helped Rachel Canning Leave Home

The lawyer who represented Rachel Canning in the lawsuit against her parents says staff at Morris Catholic High School encouraged her to leave her home and sought another place for her to stay.

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Rachel Canning in court
Rachel Canning in court (CBS New York)
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Rachel Canning Drops Suit Against Parents

Rachel Canning has dropped the lawsuit she brought against her parents.

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Angelo Sarlo, attorney for Sean and Elizabeth Canning at a press conference
Angelo Sarlo, attorney for Sean and Elizabeth Canning at a press conference (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Canning Lawyer: This Can’t Happen Again [AUDIO]

The attorney for Sean and Elizabeth Canning, whose daughter moved back home Tuesday night after suing them for financial support, urged the media and public to give the family some privacy, and expressed hope that similar cases don't arise.

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Rachel Canning in court
Rachel Canning in court (CBS New York)
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Rachel Canning Goes Home to Her Parents

Rachel Canning, the Morris County teenager who sued her parents for financial support, is back home with her family in Lincoln Park.

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(L-R) Rachel Canning, John Inglesino, Rachel’s attorney, Sean & Elizabeth Canning, attorney, Elizabeth Canning, Sean Canning (CBS New York)
(L-R) Rachel Canning, John Inglesino, Rachel’s attorney, Sean & Elizabeth Canning, attorney, Elizabeth Canning, Sean Canning (CBS New York)
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Parents of Rachel Canning Want Her Back Home – Would You Take Her Back? [POLL]

The controversy surrounding the Morris County teen suing her parents for monetary support all the while being housed by a friend’s family and having her legal expenses fronted by the friend’s father is news around the world – not just in our backyard – but around the world

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(L-R) Rachel Canning, John Inglesino, Rachel's attorney, Sean & Elizabeth Canning, attorney, Elizabeth Canning, Sean Canning
(L-R) Rachel Canning, John Inglesino, Rachel's attorney, Sean & Elizabeth Canning, attorney, Elizabeth Canning, Sean Canning (CBS New York)
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Star-Ledger: Cannings a ‘Wonderful Family Torn Asunder’

Sunday's edition of the Star-Ledger throws a spotlight on the family life of 18-year-old Rachel Canning, whose lawsuit against her parents has made international headlines and drawn intense interest and conversation on social media.

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(L-R) Rachel Canning, John Inglesino, Rachel's attorney, Sean & Elizabeth Canning, attorney, Elizabeth Canning, Sean Canning
(L-R) Rachel Canning, John Inglesino, Rachel's attorney, Sean & Elizabeth Canning, attorney, Elizabeth Canning, Sean Canning (CBS New York)
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New Allegations in Rachel Canning Lawsuit [POLL]

The lawsuit by 18-year-old Rachel Canning against her parents is taking another twist, now allegations are being made against her best friend's family that are paying her legal fees.

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