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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Oklahoma House Chamber

Just this afternoon we received word from the floor of the Oklahoma House of Representatives: Senate Concurrent Resolution 1 (SCR 1) passed the House by unanimous consent! This makes Oklahoma the seventh state to pass a resolution calling on Congress to pass the Parental Rights Amendment to the states for ratification. SCR 1 passed the…

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Oklahoma House Chamber

Parental Rights Oklahoma urges you to take action right now to protect your parental rights. THIS Wednesday afternoon SCR1, Oklahoma’s resolution to support the Parental Rights Amendment, will be heard on the floor of the Oklahoma House of Representatives. We need to let our representatives know to support this resolution, and we want to pack…

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Families oppose SF1520 in Minnesota

Our Resolutionary Campaign is in full force, currently pursuing passage of Parental Rights Amendment Resolutions in six states. In addition, more than a dozen battles are looming in other states, most over bills that would threaten everything from vaccine exemptions to the privacy of your own home. There’s a lot to cover, so I’ll dive…

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election

Editor’s note: The email version of this article said “It’s time to call Congress.” That was an error; instead, it is time for Resolutionary volunteers to contact state lawmakers. Read on for details. It may take some time for the dust to settle on the 2018 mid-term elections, as some races are still too close…

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Photo from MedicalKidnap.com: “Jordan Meissinger holds his newborn son. His joy was short-lived. When Baby Paxton was only 48 hours old, Arizona social workers took him away from his family. Photo provided by family.” Two-day-old Paxton Meissinger was separated from his parents by the Arizona Department of Child Services (DCS), a victim not of abuse…

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hospital

A hospital in Toronto has proposed that doctors should have the authority to euthanize minor patients without even a word to the parents. [News source: Sick children in Canada may soon be euthanized without parental consent.] An end-of-life decision for a terminally ill child must be heart-wrenching, a parent’s worst nightmare. But can you imagine…

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It’s not a typo. We are calling on volunteers and state lawmakers to become “resolutionaries” for parental rights. What is a “resolutionary,” you ask? Well, as a revolutionary starts a revolution, we are looking for “resolutionaries” in each state to start a resolution—a state resolution calling on Congress to adopt the Parental Rights Amendment, that…

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