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…

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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…

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Urgent Action Needed to Stop Dangerous California Bill

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…

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Urgent Action Alert to Stop Dangerous California Bill

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 Assembly by…

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Wins for Parents Across the Country

On Tuesday night, parents in San Francisco stunned the nation when they recalled three of their school board members in a landslide. This election result in San Francisco vindicated our argument just a few weeks ago that parental rights are bipartisan.  While ParentalRights.org was not involved in the San Francisco recall, we are proud of…

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It Finally Happened: Child Taken Due to COVID-19

Well, it looks like they’ve finally done it. We’ve been watching for it all along, hoping against hope that the System would prove us wrong and somehow behave itself. But we kept watching, because we know what the System is made of. Sure enough, it appears it has finally happened. “Today in dependency court madness,…

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Parental Rights Case Law on Vaccines Is Not Settled

Note: We were disappointed to see a recent opinion piece in which an admired legal professor claims the case law is settled, that parents have no right to make vaccine decisions for their children. We offered an opposing opinion to the Sacramento Bee, who published the original piece. They declined to print our opinion, so…

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Take Action to Oppose SB 276 in California

Senate Bill 276 in California is scheduled for a hearing in the Senate Health Committee this Wednesday, April 24, at 1:30 pm in Room 4203 of the State Capitol. A rally in opposition to the bill has been scheduled to follow the hearing. Background Senate Bill 276 in California is designed to greatly reduce the…

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Legislative Update and a Big Surprise

Oklahoma House Chamber

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…

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Volunteers Needed for Pasadena Conference

Dear Parental Rights Champion in California, ParentalRights.org of California is looking for volunteers for the upcoming CHEA Homeschool Convention in Pasadena on Thursday, June 28, through Saturday, June 30. We need volunteers to help staff our booth during the following days/times: Thursday, June 28 5 pm–9 pm Friday, June 29 10 am–2:30 pm 2:30 pm–7…

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