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…

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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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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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McAuliffe: Parents can’t be trusted

Note: this article was originally published as an email by HSLDA. Late Tuesday night, former Virginia governor and current gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe communicated one of the most radical policies I’ve heard from a mainstream politician in over a decade. When asked why he vetoed a bill requiring parental involvement in school library resource selection,…

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Grassroots Rallies for the Win!

We have seen more parental rights rallies in the last two years than ever before, and they are having a powerful effect for the cause. To understand how important this is, one first needs to know that ParentalRights.org is almost entirely a grassroots organization. We do not host these rallies; state-level grassroots volunteers do. And…

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We’re Going Around Congress

If we can’t get through, we’ll go around. That’s our plan for protecting parental rights relating to child welfare investigations. We won’t give up. We won’t quit.             Because if Congress won’t protect families, we’ll find another way. Right now we can’t afford not to. Not when a good parent can spend ten years or…

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Action Needed: Will You Be a Resolutionary?

Resolutions

Here’s How You Can Help.As laid out in our 2019 Battle Plan last week, ParentalRights.org is looking to launch resolutions in as many states as possible—resolutions whereby your state lawmakers urge the 2019 Congress to pass the Parental Rights Amendment (PRA). The plan is bold. It’s going to take a lot of work. But we…

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2019 Battle Plan Enclosed

The Resolutionary Battle Plan

Dear Champion of Parental Rights, I have some exciting news from the board of ParentalRights.org, and I wanted to share it with our most faithful supporters right away. Our board recently held a planning retreat and came away more passionate and focused than ever. Together the board and my staff planned and laid the foundation…

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PA Dentist Threatens Parents; Utah Adopts a Better Way

Dentist Threatens Parents

PA Dentist Threatens Parents A dentist’s office in Pennsylvania has made headlines and sparked a social media firestorm of angry parents. Dr. Ross Wezmar of Smiles 4 Keeps came under fire for a letter citing Pennsylvania Act 31 and threatening to report parents for neglect if they failed to schedule their child’s next cleaning with…

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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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