D.C. Meetings Lead to Major Success!

Our “Parental Rights on the Hill” day July 13 was a rousing success and resulted in excellent news for the Parental Rights Amendment (PRA)! We gathered our board members from all over the country for a meeting in D.C. and connected them with members of Congress while they were here. We scheduled three kinds of…

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Charlie Gard: Coming to America?

Image: Stock Photo The United Kingdom’s highest court has determined it is in Charlie Gard’s “best interest” for his parents to give up on him and watch him die. The European Court of Human Rights tacitly agrees. Unless a last-minute rehearing reaches a different conclusion, under European law this renders Charlie hopeless, his parents powerless…

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Volunteers Still Needed

Dear Parental Rights Champion in California, ParentalRights.org of California is looking for volunteers for the upcoming CHEA Homeschool Convention in Pasadena on Thursday, July 13, through Saturday, July 15. We still need volunteers to help staff our booth and assist during workshop presentations. Booth Hours Thursday, July 13 5 pm–9 pm Friday, July 14 10 am–2:30…

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California Chapter Seeks Conference Volunteers

Dear Parental Rights Champion in California, ParentalRights.org of California is looking for volunteers for the upcoming CHEA Homeschool Convention in Pasadena on Thursday, July 13, through Saturday, July 15. We need volunteers to help staff our booth and assist during workshop presentations. Booth Hours Thursday, July 13 5 pm–9 pm Friday, July 14 10 am–2:30…

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Parents Ordered to Let Child Die: Take Action

Don't Let It Happen Here!

All hope for 10-month-old Charlie Gard died when the European Court of Human Rights denied the petition to hear his parents’ appeal of a British court ruling that will end his life. Charlie has a rare genetic condition that has rendered him immobile and unable even to eat or breathe on his own, but an…

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Check Out Our Updated Website!

After months of behind-the-scenes work, we are excited to introduce you to a new look for ParentalRights.org! This redesign brings increased functionality and an improved experience on both desktop and mobile devices. The website structure remains similar to what it has been so that you can continue to find the helpful content you rely on.…

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Maine Vote Came Up Short, Paved Way for Success

The effort to pass a parental rights bill in Maine this year came up nine votes short in the House last Friday when LD 472 failed by a vote of 68-76. Emails and phone calls in response to our alert last week closed the gap from an earlier vote, as Reps. Sherman (R-Hodgdon) and Stanley…

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Coalition Letter – Another Step Forward

Organizations: Join the Coalition

This week ParentalRights.org takes another step toward introducing the Parental Rights Amendment in the U.S. House. We are inviting organizations to sign a coalition letter in favor of the Amendment (PRA) to strengthen the pending introduction. A coalition letter is a means for organizations to show their support of an issue or a piece of…

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Calls Needed in Select Maine Districts for Parental Rights

Dear Parental Rights Champion in Maine, Parental Rights in Maine may now depend on you–the select few who live in the district of a potentially pivotal state representative. On Thursday, June 8, the Maine House voted against the parental rights bill, LD 472, by a vote of 78-69 (3 absent, 1 excused). But the bill…

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