Foundation Sues Virginia AG Mark Herring, Challenges New Virginia Statute

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE//October 28, 2021//Richmond, VA — The Parental Rights Foundation, on behalf of a Virginia family, today sued Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, challenging a new Virginia statute that says parents may not consider religion when hiring a babysitter. Jane and Scott adopted their daughter, M.W., in 2015. Because M.W. has medical conditions, the…

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DC Lawsuit Decision Delayed for More Evidence

Parental Rights Foundation president Jim Mason presented oral arguments before a federal court on September 2 in the matter of our lawsuit against the District of Columbia to halt its Minor Consent to Vaccination Act of 2020. At the conclusion of the hearing, the court stated that it would like to hear more evidence on…

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Breaking: Foundation Goes to Court September 2

The federal court hearing our lawsuit against DC’s Minor Consent to Vaccination Act announced yesterday that oral arguments have been scheduled for September 2.  The Foundation filed suit on behalf of Shanita Williams, Victor Booth, and two other sets of parents to halt the Minor Consent Act in mid-July, and the court agreed to a…

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What’s Next for the SAFE Act, with Robin Lundstrum

This week, Jim talks with Arkansas State Rep. Robin Lundstrum, architect of the historic Save Adolescents From Experimentation (SAFE) Act. Robin explains why it has become necessary to ban harmful puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and transgender surgeries for minors. Hear about how this bill was designed with input from policy experts, doctors, psychiatrists, and more.  Robin…

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ALEC Unanimously Adopts Confidential Reporting Model

On July 28, the Health and Human Services Task Force of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) voted unanimously to endorse model legislation to require confidential reporting to child abuse hotlines.  The model, drafted by the Parental Rights Foundation and our allies, would put an end to anonymous hotline reports, which too often are used…

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What’s at Stake in the DC Lawsuit?

The lawsuit we filed in federal court against the District of Columbia this month is not about four families who don’t want to vaccinate their children. Rather, it is about every parent, every family, every child, and it is about every decision you will make for your child, especially if a government official disagrees with…

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PRF Lawsuit Takes Positive First Step, Needs Help

The Parental Rights Foundation is in the fight of our lives for parental rights, and we need you with us to succeed! On July 12, the Foundation filed suit in federal district court to halt a dangerous DC bill that would permit children as young as 11 to make a legally-binding decision regarding vaccinations, while…

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Breaking: Foundation Files Suit to Halt DC Minor Consent Law

The Parental Rights Foundation yesterday filed suit in federal court to halt DC’s Minor Consent Act of 2020. The Foundation issued the following press release to draw attention to this vital action: Foundation Files Suit to Halt DC Minor Consent Law FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE//July 12, 2021//Washington, DC — Today the Parental Rights Foundation, in conjunction…

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Supreme Court Issues Parental Rights Ruling in Free Speech Case

Last week the United States Supreme Court issued a significant parental rights ruling in Mahanoy v. B. L.  Dubbed “the vulgar cheerleader case,” Mahanoy is primarily a First Amendment free speech case exploring whether a public school can discipline a student for vulgar speech made outside the school grounds on a private social media account…

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