The JPus and findaJP website rebuild comes with some long-awaited new features. Accordingly, we have new terminology and processes. This article is intended to help our members understand some of these exciting opportunities. Membership vs. Subscription Membership Naturally, by definition, all JPus members have a membership. This means that members belong to the Association. Benefits are only afforded to active members. This includes Member Profiles and hidden information that is only reserved for members. Therefore, it is important that members are logged into the site when visiting. Memberships are annual, and need to be renewed each year. Memberships do not . . .
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Month: June 2021
On June 26, 2015, the US Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v Hodges made marriage equality the law of the land. Sadly, some marriage officiants continue to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, non-binary and queer couples. Indeed, sometimes loving couples share their painful stories about officiants refusing to perform their ceremony. With this in mind, letting LGBTQ couples know that you are inclusive can alleviate any unease they may have before they contact you. Code of Ethics Of course you welcome all couples. After all, you are a member of the Justice of the Peace Association. In other words, as a member . . .