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Urgent: Vote on PA SB 996 Coming Monday!
We just received word that Pennsylvania Senate Bill 996, the Parental Rights Protection Act, will be up for a vote in the Senate State Government Committee on Monday morning, October 24. This doesn’t leave a lot of time to contact your senator on that committee and urge him or her to vote in favor of the bill to…Read More
VA Bill to Ban Faith-Based Counselling Vote Coming Very Soon
ALERT: (Jan. 23, 2020) — HB 386, the companion bill to SB 245 (described below) will be heard before the Health Professions Sub-Committee of the House Health, Welfare, and Institutions Committee TODAY at 5 p.m. Please call your Delegate on the subcommittee and urge them to vote “No.” SB 245, a bill that would prevent parents…Read More
The Parents Know Best Rally is Just Around the Corner!
Mark your calendars! On September 24th, Parentalrights.org Pennsylvania is hosting the Parents Know Best Rally in Harrisburg, PA. We’re organizing this event to promote the passing of Pennsylvania House Bill 508, the Parental Rights Protection Act. This legislation is sponsored by Rep. Jim Cox. The rally will take place at the Capitol Building in Harrisburg. Here…Read More
Legislative Update and a Big Surprise
This legislative season has been something of a mixed bag, with some victories, some disappointments, some challenges, and one particular story that took us by surprise. Some Victories In Oklahoma, the Parental Rights Amendment (PRA) resolution, SCR 1, passed the House of Representatives by unanimous consent on April 3, making Oklahoma the seventh state to…Read More
Immediate Action Needed in Nevada
Dear Parental Rights Champion, Your immediate action is needed to protect parental rights in Nevada. Two bills that threaten your family are currently making their way through the Nevada legislature and need to be stopped. Background Nevada Assembly Bill 430 AB 430 calls for a “family home visitation system,” which would require a state investigator or…Read More
Breaking News! PRA Resolution Passes
Just this afternoon we received word from the floor of the Oklahoma House of Representatives: Senate Concurrent Resolution 1 (SCR 1) passed the House by unanimous consent! This makes Oklahoma the seventh state to pass a resolution calling on Congress to pass the Parental Rights Amendment to the states for ratification. SCR 1 passed the…Read More
Immediate Action Needed in Oklahoma
Parental Rights Oklahoma urges you to take action right now to protect your parental rights. THIS Wednesday afternoon SCR1, Oklahoma’s resolution to support the Parental Rights Amendment, will be heard on the floor of the Oklahoma House of Representatives. We need to let our representatives know to support this resolution, and we want to pack…Read More
Your Voice Needed in Florida for Parental Rights
Hello! The proposed Florida Parents’ Bill of Rights has just passed a major roadblock in the Senate. But we need your help today to keep it moving forward. Background Four weeks ago the “Parents’ Bill of Rights” was introduced as HB 1171 in the House and SB 1726 in the Senate. Parentalrights.org staff and volunteers,…Read More
House Hearing on CAPTA – Good News?
The U.S. House Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Human Resources held a hearing on Tuesday, March 26, regarding efforts to reauthorize CAPTA—the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act. While we were not able to get onto the witness list, our D.C. liaison Maggie McKneely was on hand for most of the hearing in person. I…Read More
CAPTA Coalition to Offer Testimony
The newly formed House Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Human Services will meet on Tuesday, March 26, to discuss CAPTA reauthorization. CAPTA is the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, the vehicle by which the federal government grants money to states if they will follow federal guidelines regarding child welfare organizations. What’s the Rush? We…Read More