I was sitting at my desk on a Monday morning in 2009, skimming the news for parental rights stories, when I got a call from someone I’d never met. Her name was Teri: she was a concerned mother in Oklahoma, and she had just heard then ParentalRights.org president Michael Farris on a radio show over…

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In our largest 2021 parental rights victory to date, the Florida legislature passed House Bill 241, the Parents’ Bill of Rights, on Thursday, April 22. The measure passed the House by a vote of 78 to 37 on April 1, while a bill with the same content, S.B. 582, worked its way through the Senate.…

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ParentalRights.org is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit political action organization. We work to pass legislation that will protect families by preserving parental rights, stop legislation that endangers those rights, and generally raise awareness of these issues in the public eye.  The Parental Rights Foundation is a related 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The Foundation does not promote legislation, but instead…

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After an unusually long year, ParentalRights.org would like to wish you and your loved ones a Happy 2021!! May you find peace and joy as we start the year ahead. Warmly, Michael RameyExecutive

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The DC bill allowing minors to consent to vaccination without their parent’s knowledge or consent, the bill that would keep any knowledge of the vaccination from the child’s parents even long after the fact, has finally been delivered to the desk of DC Mayor Muriel Bowser. If you live in the District, we would ask…

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Over the last few weeks, we have been tracking a bill in DC that would not only permit 11-year-olds to give legal consent for a vaccination against their parents’ wishes, but also prevent medical professionals, school officials, and even your insurance from telling the parents about it—even after the fact. Parents in the District will…

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Our rights and our families are in danger, and I’m hoping you can help. It’s only natural that children flourish best when they are raised and cared for by their parents, the people who know and love them best. And while the vast majority of parents are good and loving, our government has systems in…

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I’m writing to you today with a special request from our team at ParentalRights.org. #GivingTuesday is coming December 1, and we need your help. As you might have read in our last newsletter, this isn’t just any #GivingTuesday. This year we’ve set our most ambitious goal yet and received the most generous matching donation in…

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As we gather with our families this year, we will be giving thanks for you! We are beyond grateful for your courage and faithfulness to stand with us to defend families through the protection of parental rights, particularly in the midst of all the challenges 2020 has brought. The world is a very different place…

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[Update 11/18: The Council voted 10 to 3 yesterday to pass this dangerous bill. It will be going to the mayor for signing and then sit for a review period before Congress, as described below.] The DC bill that would allow 11 year olds to consent to vaccinations was scheduled for second reading and final…

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