Posts Tagged ‘updates’

Now What Will We Do with It?

Are you ready to shine a new light on parental rights? We have just launched a plan that will see President Donald Trump address the Parental Rights Amendment. Love him or hate him, President Trump draws media attention.  The press examines and reports on everything he does. So we’ve launched a campaign to get him…

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30 Days and Counting: Presidential Petition Is Live Now

It’s time! As of midnight last night, our Presidential Petition to support the Parental Rights Amendment is live at WhiteHouse.gov. We are now on the clock. We have 30 days to reach 100,000 signatures. If we succeed, President Trump is committed to weigh in on our request. What a powerful means to raise awareness for…

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Petition Starts This Thursday at Midnight

Starting this Thursday at midnight (Wednesday night), we’re taking the issue of parental rights to the White House! Too often, state agents invade innocent families without cause. If a parent disciplines a child, it’s “child abuse.” If a doctor disagrees with a parent’s decision on a child’s treatment, it’s “medical neglect.” And if there’s a…

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The New Jersey Parental Rights Conference is Coming Up

Dear [First name], There will be a Parental Rights Conference in Flemington, NJ, on October 26th from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. to oppose New Jersey Senate bill 1569. SB 1569, which would change the standards for sex education in New Jersey public schools, raises concerns for many whose beliefs may be offended by the new…

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President Trump on Parental Rights?

Big news! Thursday, October 24, ParentalRights.org will launch a White House petition urging President Trump to use his considerable influence to push the Parental Rights Amendment in Congress. This is how the White House petition site works: Once our petition goes live, we will have only 30 days to gain 100,000 signatures. If we reach…

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The Parental Rights Foundation Reviews “America’s Hidden Foster Care System”

The Parental Rights Foundation this week published a review of “America’s Hidden Foster Care System,” a brand new law review article by University of South Carolina law professor Josh Gupta-Kagan. The paper looks at problems arising from kinship care placements outside the foster care system. Find the review and the link to Gupta-Kagan’s full paper…

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ParentalRights Goes to Harrisburg

Photo credit: Parentalrights.org. Reps. Jim Cox (left) and David Zimmerman address concerned parents, children, and members of the press before the Parents Know Best Rally in Harrisburg September 24, 2019. ParentalRights.org of Pennsylvania on Tuesday hosted the Parents Know Best Rally, their first gathering to support HB 508 at the Capitol in Harrisburg. Led by State…

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Open Arizona’s Courts!

It is the purpose of open courts to let in the light of outside scrutiny, to keep judges and child welfare agencies honest in their dealings with children and families. That’s what made one ruling in Arizona earlier this year both troubling and confusing. And it’s why we’re excited to see that ruling overturned. A…

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The Parents Know Best Rally is Just Around the Corner!

Mark your calendars! On September 24th, Parentalrights.org Pennsylvania is hosting the Parents Know Best Rally in Harrisburg, PA. We’re organizing this event to promote the passing of Pennsylvania House Bill 508, the Parental Rights Protection Act. This legislation is sponsored by Rep. Jim Cox. The rally will take place at the Capitol Building in Harrisburg. Here…

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When the Whole Court Can’t Be Trusted

A recent case out of Washington state was so egregious the appellate court not only rejected it, but sent it back to be heard again—in a different county. Generally, when a case is appealed, the appellate court will either uphold the original decision or “remand” it, meaning they send it back for a do-over, with…

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