All State Alerts
Parental Rights Bill Introduced in Alabama
I first heard from Kenneth Paschal in March of 2011, when he was the Birmingham chapter president of the Alabama Family Rights Association. He was trying to persuade state lawmakers to pass parental rights legislation, and we were happy to lend our support to his efforts. Today, Kenneth Paschal is himself the state lawmaker, and…Read More
We Need YOUR Help in Connecticut!
We need your help in Connecticut to pass a bill to protect innocent families from unnecessary and traumatic CPS investigations. We’ve worked with our allies across the political spectrum to pass “reasonable independence” laws in states around the nation, including Colorado, Texas, Utah, and Oklahoma. You can see our model bill here: https://parentalrightsfoundation.org/reasonable-independence-model/ We are…Read More
Action Alert: Call or Email to Support Reasonable Childhood Independence Bill
We’re excited to let you know that Senator Ben Hansen (District 16) has introduced L.B. 42, a bill that protects innocent families from being caught up in child neglect investigations. L.B. 42 was introduced January 5 and will be scheduled for a Judiciary Committee hearing, so we need your help. Please contact your senator and…Read More
Parental Rights are Advancing in Pennsylvania!
We have been busy in Pennsylvania this year. With a lot of momentum behind us and a lot of opportunities ahead of us, we need your support to continue our vital efforts in your Commonwealth. First, we worked with allies from across the political spectrum to oppose House Bill 1737, which would have allowed Child…Read More
Calls Needed as Key Committee Considers Fundamental Parental Rights Bill Next Tuesday!
We’re excited to announce that S.B. 996, the Parental Rights Protection Act, will receive a committee hearing in the Senate State Government Committee on Tuesday, October 18, at 10:30 a.m.! S.B. 996 was introduced earlier this year by Pennsylvania Senators Doug Mastriano, Kristin Phillips-Hill, Judy Ward, and Michele Brooks. S.B. 996 will protect parental rights…Read More
Urgent: Action Needed to Protect Religious and Medical Vaccine Exemptions in Massachusetts
Urgent action is needed to protect religious and medical vaccine exemptions in Massachusetts. An amendment has been snuck into an economic development bill that would severely curtail the ability of a family’s trusted pediatrician to issue medical exemptions and would allow public and private schools to ignore a family’s religious exemption. This amendment could be…Read More
Urgent: Call California Assembly to Halt Bill That Endangers Children
A dangerous bill, Senate Bill 866, may come up for a vote at any time in the California Assembly, its final hurdle in the legislature. SB 866, Vaccine Consent for Minors, would force children as young as 12 to make major medical decisions without a parent’s input, knowledge, or support. It will open the door…Read More
New Hampshire: One More Push Needed!
Last week, your calls made the difference. After the Committee of Conference initially killed H.B. 1431, the Parents’ Bill of Rights, the same committee reversed itself and approved the bill! This is unprecedented – and it is because you and so many parents like you stepped up and called your legislators and made your voices…Read More
Urgent: Calls needed THIS MORNING to save Parents’ Bill of Rights
Please call your NH Representative and NH State Senator this morning to save HB 1431, the Parents’ Bill of Rights. This excellent bill, which establishes the fundamental right of parents in New Hampshire state law, has already passed the New Hampshire House and Senate. However, disagreements over which version to send to the Governor are…Read More
California Bill Test
We need your help to stop S.B. 866, a bill that authorizes 12 year old children to consent to immunizations without their parents knowing about it or giving their consent. This bill has been introduced by California State Senators Scott Wiener and Richard Pan, coauthored by Senator Josh Newman, and coauthored in the California State…Read More