Posts Tagged ‘New Hampshire’
New Hampshire: One More Push Needed!
Last week, your calls made the difference. After the Committee of Conference initially killed H.B. 1431, the Parents’ Bill of Rights, the same committee reversed itself and approved the bill! This is unprecedented – and it is because you and so many parents like you stepped up and called your legislators and made your voices…Read More
Urgent: Calls needed THIS MORNING to save Parents’ Bill of Rights
Please call your NH Representative and NH State Senator this morning to save HB 1431, the Parents’ Bill of Rights. This excellent bill, which establishes the fundamental right of parents in New Hampshire state law, has already passed the New Hampshire House and Senate. However, disagreements over which version to send to the Governor are…Read More
Action Alert: Contact Critical Senate Committee Now in Support of Parental Rights
On Tuesday, the New Hampshire Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on two good bills, H.B. 1612 to protect families from false reports of child abuse and neglect, and H.B. 1431, the Parents’ Bill of Rights. Attorney Mike Donnelly, senior counsel with Home School Legal Defense Association, attended the hearing on behalf of ParentalRights.org and…Read More
Urgent Action Needed: NH Senate Committee to Hear 2 Critical Bills￼
We’re excited to let you know that two critical bills will be heard by the New Hampshire Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, April 5, at 1:45 PM, Room 100 of the State House. We encourage you to contact the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of these bills, and to come testify in person if you…Read More
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,…Read More
Action Alert: Two Critical Bills to Receive Vote in New Hampshire House Committee on March 1!
We’re excited to let you know that two important bills will be heard in executive session in the New Hampshire House of Representatives’ Children and Family Law Committee on Tuesday, March 1. The Committee will vote on H.B. 1612, a bill that will change New Hampshire’s child abuse and neglect reporting laws from anonymous to…Read More
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…Read More
Action Alert: Call Now to Protect Families and Children from Unnecessary Investigations!
We’re excited to let you know that a bipartisan coalition of New Hampshire representatives have introduced H.B. 1612, a bill that will change New Hampshire’s child abuse and neglect reporting laws from anonymous to confidential. This critical bill will protect innocent children and families from going through the trauma of an unnecessary governmental investigation and…Read More
Action Alert: Call your New Hampshire State Legislators to Enact Parents’ Bill of Rights
We are excited to let you know that a coalition of New Hampshire State Representatives and one New Hampshire State Senator has introduced H.B. 1431, the Parents’ Bill of Rights! We strongly support this bill. If H.B. 1431 were to be passed into law, it would: enshrine into New Hampshire law that parental rights are…Read More
Should the U.S. “Make Raising Your Own Children Illegal?”
“If California is ever going to achieve true equity, the state must require parents to give away their children. … My solution—making raising your own children illegal—is simple…” So said Joe Matthews, a columnist for the Ventura County Star, in an opinion piece published on January 13, 2022. His opinion piece was republished a few…Read More