Parental Rights and Vaccines, with Rolf Hazlehurst

This week, we talk with Rolf Hazlehurst, Rolf is a senior attorney with Children’s Health Defense and has been actively engaged in the practice of law since 1995. Rolf breaks down the history of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, which should help families of children with vaccine-related medical injuries receive justice, but often just…

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DC Minor Consent Case

UPDATE November, 2022:Total victory! Soon after Judge McFadden issued the preliminary injunction, DC waved the white flag. Rather than appeal the preliminary injunction, they entered into settlement talks with the Parental Rights Foundation and our co-counsel on behalf of our clients. The settlement, signed by all parties on August 31, provides in part that “The…

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We Are Thankful!

The holiday season is upon us, and we have so much to be thankful for in 2022! First, we are thankful for the major victory won this year over a dangerous DC law that would have allowed children as young as 11 to give legally binding consent for vaccinations. Children need the wisdom and guidance…

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The Problem with ASFA, with Joanna Woolman

This week, we talk with Joanna Woolman, associate professor of law at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law and the executive director of the Institute to Transform Child Protection. Joanna tells us about the Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA), a key piece of legislation in America’s child welfare system. ASFA creates arbitrary deadlines and financial incentives for…

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Election Day, with Will Estrada and Michael Ramey

This week, we feature a special discussion between Parental Rights Foundation president Will Estrada and executive director Michael Ramey about how important it is to go out and vote today for candidates that support parental rights. 

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Action Needed: Please Go Vote!

Election Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8. For many of us, casting our vote is the single-biggest action we can take to secure parental rights in state law, federal law, or the passage of a constitutional amendment. It is time to get out and vote! On October 18, the Parental Rights Amendment was introduced in…

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Why School Choice Matters, with Quisha King

This week, we talk with Quisha King. Quisha is the host of the Quisha King Show podcast and the founder of the Mass Exodus movement, which aims to get children into better learning environments. She’s a national speaker on education issues and parental rights and she’s the mother of two daughters. Today, Quisha tells us about her journey to…

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Coordinated Efforts Came Together on “Banner Day”

October 18 was a banner day for the Parental Rights Foundation, as our team coordinated major legislative undertakings at the state and national level at the same time. First, we traveled north to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where Will Estrada testified before the Pennsylvania Senate’s State Government Committee. The subject was Senate Bill 996, the Parental Rights…

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A Pediatrician’s Perspective on Parental Rights, with Dr. Rodger Sayre

This week, we talk with Dr. Rodger Sayre. Rodger is a pediatrician and family doctor with over forty years of experience in the medical field, and he’s also a Parental Rights Foundation board member. He gives us expert advice on raising healthy children and explains how to interact with the medical community as a parent…

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A History of Parental Rights, with Stephen Krason

This week, we talk with Stephen Krason, Professor of Political Science and Legal Studies at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, and Parental Rights Foundation board member. Stephen tells us about the historical background of parental rights, and why we have the parental rights laws that we have today. He also explains the legal underpinnings of our…

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