Keep the Victories Coming

Victor Booth (pictured with his family) won a preliminary injunction against DC’s Minor Consent to Vaccination bill on March 18, 2022. Victor Booth had every reason to be concerned for his children. As a father, he knew their medical history and the risks an unnecessary vaccine could mean to them personally. And as a Christian,…

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District Court Grants Injunction against DC Minor Consent Act

March 23, 2022, Washington, D.C.— In a tremendous win for parents, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia on Friday issued a preliminary injunction against DC’s Minor Consent for Vaccinations Act Amendment of 2020 (MCVA). This is the latest decision in the Parental Rights Foundation’s case against this dangerous law. Passed by…

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Breaking: District Court Grants Injunction against DC Minor Consent Act

In a tremendous win for parents, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia on Friday issued a preliminary injunction against DC’s Minor Consent for Vaccinations Act Amendment of 2020 (MCVA). This is the latest decision in the Parental Rights Foundation’s case against this dangerous law. Passed by the DC Council, the MCVA…

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DC Minor Consent Case

UPDATE March 18, 2022:In response to the Parental Rights Foundation’s lawsuit, the US District Court for the District of Columbia today granted a  preliminary injunction to halt DC’s Minor Consent to Vaccination Act Amendment of 2020. You can read more on this latest update here. January 7, 2021 Read the complaint. DC passed a law…

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Big News in Our Federal Lawsuit Against DC’s Minor Consent Act

Last Thursday, March 3, US District Judge Trevor McFadden heard oral arguments in the Parental Rights Foundation’s suit to end the DC Minor Consent Act. The law, passed in late 2020, forces DC children as young as 11 years to make their own decisions regarding vaccinations by making the child’s own consent legally binding, without…

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Dees v San Diego

Read the brief. A 9-year-old girl with special needs was taken from class to be interviewed by a child welfare investigator without a warrant, a judicial order, parental consent, emergency circumstances, or even probable cause. The mother sued for a violation of her parental rights, but the defense argued that the child wasn’t taken from…

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The Babysitter Case

Read the Complaint In 2021 the Virginia legislature passed a bill amending the Virginia Civil Rights Act to make it illegal for parents to consider religion when hiring a babysitter. That’s a problem for devoutly religious parents who want to hire someone who shares their worldview and can help pass it on to the parents’…

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In Re: CJC, Relator

Read the brief. He was all she had left in the world. But a judge removed her from his care and gave custody to her late mother’s fiancé. Could the court elevate the authority of this unrelated male to equal the role of the girl’s own father in her life? We argued in an amicus…

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Doe v Woodard

Read the brief. Child welfare investigations inflict harm on children. That’s the emphasis of our brief to the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit in Doe v. Woodard, a case in which a three-year-old girl was strip-searched by a welfare investigator at her preschool without her parent’s knowledge or consent. The mother…

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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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