Parental Rights Foundation president Will Estrada appeared on the Issues, Etc. podcast last week to discuss his recent op-ed about removing parental consent when it comes to vaccine mandates. We encourage you to check out that episode here.
In addition, Estrada also authored an op-ed last week pushing back against the LA Times Editorial Board’s support for legislation like California Senate Bill 866 that would allow teens to receive vaccines without parental consent. You can read his op-ed here.
The Supreme Court has already held that “most children, even in adolescence, simply are not able to make sound judgments concerning many decisions, including their need for medical care or treatment. Parents can and must make those judgments.”
At the Parental Rights Foundation, we are working hard to educate the public about the critical nature of parental rights. But we cannot do it on our own. Please support our efforts to preserve the fundamental right of parents—not bureaucrats—to raise and care for our children with a tax-deductible donation to the Parental Rights Foundation.
As the California legislature hurtles toward adjournment this Wednesday, August 31, we are standing with you—and millions of other California parents and grandparents—to protect children by empowering parents.
Thank you for your love and passion for your children, and for standing with us to protect them!