Posts Tagged ‘news’
Parental Rights Foundation President Will Estrada to Speak in Miami on Saturday
Parental Rights Foundation president Will Estrada is speaking at the 2nd Hispanic Homeschool Conference in Miami on Saturday, April 15. While this event is particularly directed toward Spanish-speaking families who are homeschooling or considering homeschooling, all are welcome. The conference will be held at the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Miami Airport, 711 NW 72nd…Read More
OK Parental Rights Coordinator Testifies for DOE Rules Change
On March 17, 2023, the Oklahoma State Department of Education held an open forum to allow public comment on proposed rule changes that would expand parents’ rights to be notified regarding sex education materials, including gender identity or sexual orientation, and that would strengthen language against encouraging minors to hide information from their parents. These rules…Read More
Parental Rights Amendment Introduced in Congress
I am excited to announce the introduction of the Parental Rights Amendment to the US Constitution in Congress! In addition to our work across the nation to defend families and parental rights through litigation, state legislation, and other advocacy, we are pulling the Amendment off the back burner and ramping up a new effort in…Read More
Calls Needed as Key Committee Considers Fundamental Parental Rights Bill Next Tuesday!
We’re excited to announce that S.B. 996, the Parental Rights Protection Act, will receive a committee hearing in the Senate State Government Committee on Tuesday, October 18, at 10:30 a.m.! S.B. 996 was introduced earlier this year by Pennsylvania Senators Doug Mastriano, Kristin Phillips-Hill, Judy Ward, and Michele Brooks. S.B. 996 will protect parental rights…Read More
Here’s What We’re Up Against
As you read this email, parents in California are in the fight of their life to protect their children and to defend parental rights. You see, 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, as it already passed the…Read More
15 Years of Protecting Parental Rights—Together!
The month of February marks the 15-year anniversary of ParentalRights.org. Because of you and your generosity—with financial support, grassroots action, volunteering, calling or emailing your state and federal legislators, and more—we as an organization can celebrate 15 years of protecting children by empowering parents. It’s been a team effort, and we’re just getting started. Over…Read More
A Conversation with a ParentalRights.org Donor
Dear Parental Rights friends, When I was in San Diego at the beginning of the month to present our model state parental rights statute at the American Legislative Exchange Council Summit, I also was able to get lunch with one of our donors, Steve. Steve and his wife Cathy have been faithful and longtime donors…Read More
Does AG Memo Hold Threat to Activist Parents?
On October 4, Attorney General Merrick Garland issued a memorandum regarding “Partnership among federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial law enforcement to address threats against school administrators, board members, teachers, and staff.” The one-page memo does not include any evidence of what it calls “a disturbing spike in harassment, intimidation, and threats of violence against…Read More
ALEC: The Time Is Now to Halt Anonymous Child Abuse Reports
According to national figures, nearly 3.5 million children are the subject of a Child Protective Services (CPS) investigation each year. Only 17% of these investigations result in a finding of abuse or neglect. In 83% of these cases, the investigation is closed as unfounded or unsubstantiated. Among anonymous reports to child abuse hotlines, that number…Read More
Urgent DC Bill Update
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…Read More