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.

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The Parental Rights Foundation Goes to Court

On Wednesday, September 13, attorneys for the Massachusetts Family Institute and the Child and Parental Rights Campaign (CPRC) presented oral…

States Sue School Boards Over Parental Rights

First it was New Jersey, and now California: State attorneys general have filed suit against duly elected school boards who…

Parental Rights Veto Override in North Carolina

It took a special session and a veto override vote in both houses of the legislature, but on August 16…

"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.

Three-Fourths of Rescued Children Came from Foster Care

According to a US Marshals Service (USMS) spokesman quoted by PJ Media, more than three-fourths of children recently rescued in…

Innocent Parents Removed from Abuse Registry in New York

A timely letter drafted for the Parental Rights Foundation was sufficient to remove one couple‚Äôs names from the New York…

Kentucky Court Rejects Immunity Claim

Thanks to a ruling in a federal district court in Kentucky last week, a child welfare investigator can no longer…