Posts Tagged ‘Texas’
Texas Considers State Parental Rights Amendment
We are excited to let you know that Texas Representative James Frank has introduced House Joint Resolution 58 (HJR 58) proposing a Parental Rights Amendment to the Texas Constitution. If the resolution passes, the amendment will be proposed to the voters and subject to their approval at the November 7, 2023, election. The amendment would…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
New Family Protections in Texas, Florida
Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Friday signed a law that will protect families from unnecessary separation on the opinion of a single child abuse pediatrician. At the same time, the Florida legislature sent its Parents’ Bill of Rights to Governor Ron DeSantis for his signature, which is expected at any time. Listen to the Second…Read More
How Are You Holding Up?
For so many of us, it seems like 2020 is the year that will never end. From COVID-19, to killer hornets, to hurricanes, to COVID-19 . . . yes, I already mentioned that, but it just keeps going on. How are you holding up? It’s been tough, I know. My own 2020 has been a…Read More
Texas, We Have a Problem
The editorial board of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram ran a blistering commentary on Tuesday (Feb. 21) about the state’s damaged Child Protective Services (CPS) agency and the rise of child sex trafficking. “The child welfare system is in desperate need of reform,” the board wrote, paired with this tragic statement: “No child should ever be…Read More