Parental Rights Foundation President Discusses High Priority California Issues

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…

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No, Teens Shouldn’t Be Required to Make Adult Decisions About Vaccines

This article by PRF president Will Estrada was originally published in The Federalist. Should laws be passed that cut parents out of the decision-making process when it comes to teens and vaccines? Yes, if you’re the Los Angeles Times Editorial Board, who support California Senate Bill 866, innocuously entitled “Minors: Vaccine Consent,” which could come up…

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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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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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Your Guide to the Doctor’s Office

An average doctor visit shouldn’t turn into a battle to keep your child. But, over the years, we’ve shared the stories with you: Justina Pelletier, taken from her parents at the emergency room (ER) and locked in the psych ward for months; the New York parents who were placed on the abuse registry because of…

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ALEC Success Means National Support – Action Needed

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) voted last week to adopt model legislation presented by the Parental Rights Foundation that would require due process before a parent’s name can be added to a state’s child abuse register. According to their website, ALEC “is America’s largest nonpartisan, voluntary membership organization of state legislators dedicated to the…

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Turning Around a No-win Situation

 It’s a parent’s worst nightmare—the littlest one has just taken a tumble down the stairs. And now you have to decide: Do you traumatize her with an un­necessary trip to the ER? Or do you stay home and risk your child’s health if she really is injured more than you can see? That was the…

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Even Insiders Are No Longer Safe

Just when we think they won’t get any more brazen, they do. Not long ago, the system’s violations of parental rights were kept to the shadows. Child Protective Services (CPS) targeted minorities and the poor because these were least able to defend themselves, and more likely to be dismissed by the general population. But the…

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Doctors Choking on Bad Medicine

At a Wisconsin hospital, a doctor—a doctor!— and his family are finding out the hard way that the medical system is stacked against innocent families. And he has plenty of company. If you’ve followed us for any length of time, you already know I’m no fan of the new “pediatric child abuse” subspecialty adopted by…

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