Parental Rights News

There is a growing contest between government and families regarding who should be the primary decision maker for children. Scroll below for news items, and subscribe to our newsletters for updates, as we continue to monitor the news and share key stories and research.

Recent Parental Rights Foundation Newsletters

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Don’t Miss It: Parental Rights Podcast Hits Amazing Stride

If you haven’t listened to the Parental Rights Foundation’s EPPiC Broadcast podcast lately, you might want to check it out…

Update: 2021 Conference Rescheduled

The Conference on Parental Rights at the Franciscan University of Steubenville (Ohio) that was formerly scheduled for April 9–10 has…

Stopping the ASFA Clock, with Chris Gottlieb

The Adoption and Safe Families Act imposes a 15-month deadline for families separated by the child welfare system to reunify.…

"Quick Takes" on Parental Rights News

Thanks to the partnership of concerned parents like you, we are able to monitor the news for issues that could affect parental rights. Here are some "quick takes" on news items. Please also see our news sections arranged by category: medical child abuse, disabilities, and child abuse prevention.

Another Texas Family Victory

Should parents be investigated for physical abuse because they put their baby down for a nap and the baby cried?…

Do Children Have a Right to Family Privacy?

Ideas that take root in the United Nations have an unsettling tendency to eventually make their way into America’s courtrooms.…

New Name, Same Aim

The second season of the Parental Rights Podcast launched Tuesday, under a different name: the EPPiC Broadcast. Launched in January…