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True or False: In most states, you will be denied access to library information about your children, including the titles of books which are accumulating late fees.

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Parents Denied Access

Question 1
True or False: A mother in Minnesota was told that she could not access the medical records of any of her children 11 years old or older, or discuss her child's health with the physician, without obtaining her child's permission.

parents denied library access

Question 2
True or False: In most states, you will be denied access to library information about your children, including the titles of books which are accumulating late fees.

Medical Parental Rights

Question 3
True or False: You have a legal right to know if your teenage children will receive or have received medical treatment through the public schools.

Parental Rights Public Schools

Question 4
True or False: As a parent, you have the right to visit your children on public school grounds, for instance to have lunch with your child.

Parental Rights Medical

Question 5
True or False: If your child is in a non-life threatening situation, a doctor cannot perform any medical procedures on him/her without first getting your permission.

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Medical Parental Rights

Question 6
True or False: If you are an American parent, your child's doctor must have your approval before giving your child a vaccination.

Parental Rights Opting Out

Question 7
True or False: A mother in Illinois was twice refused her request to opt her daughter out of sexual education lectures that she found objectionable.

College Parental Rights

Question 8
True or False: If you make a payment to a Community College for your minor child's tuition, you are entitled to a receipt.

Grades Parental Rights

Question 9
True or False: A mother was refused her 13-year-old daughter's grades when she enrolled her in an algebra class.

Question 10
True or False: We don't really need a Parental Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution.

False. If you are unhappy with any of the answers on this quiz, then it should be evident that a Parental Rights Amendment is necessary to prevent further erosion of your rights.

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