Georgia Sets an Example for the Whole Nation

I’ve got Georgia on my mind.  On April 28, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed into law House Bill 1178, the Parents’ Bill of Rights. [ParentalRights.org supported this bill with statewide grassroots efforts and this letter of support to lawmakers.] This is a big deal. In addition to providing Georgia parents with strong legal protections to…

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Parents’ Efforts Around the Country Starting to Pay Off!

Across the nation, some state legislatures are starting to adjourn for the year. Others have reached cross-over day, where bills have to pass from one chamber to another or they’re dead for the year. Still other legislatures remain in full swing. All this year, ordinary moms and dads like you, with your energy and passion,…

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Georgia House of Representatives Passes Parents’ Bill of Rights!

We are excited to let you know that H.B. 1178, the Parents’ Bill of Rights, has passed the Georgia State House of Representatives! H.B. 1178 passed 98-68, and you can see how your legislator voted here. If the Georgia State Senate passes H.B. 1178 and it is signed into law by Governor Brian Kemp, it…

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One False Allegation Changed Everything

Dear Champion of Parental Rights, One hundred and forty-eight days. Imagine if that’s how long the government kept your child from you, without any evidence or justification. It sounds like a nightmare, but it was a reality for Georgia mom Amy Spencer. And she is not alone. Too many American families are facing similarly devastating…

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Parental Rights to Overcome Disability Discrimination

Efforts Are Underway This Year to Significantly Improve the Legal Landscape for Parents with Disabilities. Current Disability Discrimination in Parental Rights For decades, parents with disabilities have entered the courtroom with the deck stacked against them. The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation reported in 2016 that “35 states include disability as grounds for termination of…

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