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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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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We’re Shaping Major National Events

Last week I had the privilege of attending the Home School Legal Defense Association’s National Leaders Conference in St. Louis, Missouri. I hosted a table for the Parental Rights Foundation and ParentalRights.org, where I made connections, answered questions, and generally got to discuss our cause with some wonderful, like-minded leaders in homeschooling. Then, on the…

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Parental Rights Foundation Submits Comments on New Title IX Rules

On Monday, the Parental Rights Foundation submitted a nine-page letter as our official public comment in response to the Biden Administration’s Notice of Proposed Rule Making related to Title IX. The reason we submitted this public comment is because the proposed regulation includes certain provisions that threaten parental rights. For background, a few months ago,…

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Parent Volunteers: The Greatest Human Beings on the Planet

I’m just going to put this out there: our volunteers are some of the greatest human beings on the planet! A couple of weeks ago, ParentalRights.org president Will Estrada and I found ourselves in the same place as a few of our state coordinators and got to sit down with them. We talked (in person!)…

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No, Teens Shouldn’t Be Required to Make Adult Decisions About Vaccines

This article by PRF president Will Estrada was originally published in The Federalist. Should laws be passed that cut parents out of the decision-making process when it comes to teens and vaccines? Yes, if you’re the Los Angeles Times Editorial Board, who support California Senate Bill 866, innocuously entitled “Minors: Vaccine Consent,” which could come up…

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Protecting Innocent Families from Rogue CPS Investigations

Parental Rights Foundation president Will Estrada with Louisiana State Rep. Beryl Amedee at ALEC's 2022 convention in Atlanta.

We recently shared with you about our work to introduce a model bill at the annual meeting of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) in Atlanta. Our model was drafted to ensure that innocent families know their legal rights when a child welfare investigator shows up at their door. The bill would help level the…

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Presenting Model CPS Reform Legislation to ALEC This Week

Parental Rights Foundation president Will Estrada with Louisiana State Rep. Beryl Amedee at ALEC's 2022 convention in Atlanta.

This week, our president, Will Estrada, is in Atlanta attending the American Legislative Exchange Council’s (ALEC) national convention. Will is presenting our newest model legislation: a bill that state legislatures can introduce to ensure that CPS investigators respect a parent’s constitutional rights when they are investigating child abuse or neglect. You see, far too often,…

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