Posts Tagged ‘updates’

Opioid Crisis Conference – and Upcoming D.C. Blitz Day

When the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) held a conference on “the opioid crisis and foster care families” on June 7 in Washington, D.C., ParentalRights.org’s Maggie McKneely was there to observe the discussion and make new contacts with fresh allies for parental rights. In the morning, keynote speaker Gov. Doug Ducey (R-AZ) discussed the policy changes…

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Going LIVE with Bishop Winans Today – New Racial Disproportionality Report

Facebook Live with Pastor Winans

Our president Jim Mason is going live with GRAMMY ® award winner and pastor Bishop Marvin Winans on Facebook today at 11:30 a.m. EDT. Winans will be talking about his music, his ministry, and his passion for the parent-child relationship. Winans, who serves on the board of ParentalRights.org and the Parental Rights Foundation, leads one…

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Michigan Law: Another Win

Another WIN for Families!

A new Michigan law will make it harder for child welfare investigators and family courts to remove children from fit and loving parents. Last week I enjoyed getting to share with you the good news of Utah’s new law clarifying the legal definition of “neglect.” With as many as 80% of child welfare investigations across…

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One False Allegation Changed Everything

Dear Champion of Parental Rights, One hundred and forty-eight days. Imagine if that’s how long the government kept your child from you, without any evidence or justification. It sounds like a nightmare, but it was a reality for Georgia mom Amy Spencer. And she is not alone. Too many American families are facing similarly devastating…

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Baby Alfie and the Need to Finish Strong

Special Year-End Edition Dear Champion of Parental Rights, It has been a tough and at times scary year for parental rights, but as 2017 winds down, we have a lot to celebrate, too, including this exciting news: the Parental Rights Amendment has been introduced in both houses of Congress! We are ending the year on…

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Call Today to Finish Big in Congress

Thanks to you, our amazing supporters, November was a tremendous month for ParentalRights.org. Though the giving season has just begun, your generosity on #GivingTuesday was overwhelming, surpassing our goal by more than 60%! Our new CitizenGO petition has allowed us to reach more concerned Americans with word about the threat to parental rights and the…

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Look What’s Now in Both Houses of Congress!

Dear Champion of Parental Rights, I wanted to share an exciting update with you. This afternoon, the Parental Rights Amendment was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives! Congressman Randy Hultgren (R-IL 14), the lead sponsor of the resolution, was joined by 15 original cosponsors when he submitted the Amendment. The Amendment has been numbered…

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Press Release: Parental Rights Amendment Now in Both Houses

Amendment to Protect Parental Rights Now in Both Houses of Congress Could This Be the Issue That Finally Unites Congress? Press Contact: Michael Ramey Director of Communications & Research ParentalRights.org media@parentalrights.org 540.751.1200 Representative Contact: Representatives interested in cosponsoring H. J. Res. 121 should contact Doug Thomas in Representative Hultgren’s office. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE // November…

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Keep Calling – Time Is Short to Be “Original”

Time Is Short!

Keep calling your congressman! In the first three days of calls last week, we added four original cosponsors to the Parental Rights Amendment in the House, and though calls have let up, we have added another since then. Currently joining lead sponsor Randy Hultgren (R-IL) on the PRA resolution are Reps. Jeff Duncan (R-SC), Tim…

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Exciting News—
It’s Time to Act!

Exciting News: It’s Time to Act! Great news! Rep. Randy Hultgren (R-IL) has announced he is ready to introduce the Parental Rights Amendment in the U.S. House of Representatives. This means the PRA will soon have been proposed in both chambers of Congress; Sen. Lindsey Graham has already submitted companion resolution S.J.Res. 48 in the…

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