Action Needed: Please Go Vote!

Election Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8. For many of us, casting our vote is the single-biggest action we can take to secure parental rights in state law, federal law, or the passage of a constitutional amendment. It is time to get out and vote! On October 18, the Parental Rights Amendment was introduced in…

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Why Parents’ Rights in the News Is Itself Big News

There has been a lot of talk about parents’ rights in the last few weeks. In an article at NextCity.Org, Steven Volk writes about Kyeesha Lamb, whose child was taken away from her after falling out of bed and injuring her arm. An X-ray revealed what looked like maybe an old break in a leg,…

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Call for Family Attorneys in Massachusetts

Dear Parental Rights Champion in Massachusetts, We often receive requests from families who need legal representation to keep their families together, but the Parental Rights Foundation does not have those resources available. However, one of our allies, the Massachusetts Family Institute, is working on building just such a network in your state. While MFI’s allies…

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Mandatory Home Visits Coming to Oregon?

Dear Champion of Parental Rights, Are the headlines true? Are universal mandatory home visits coming to Oregon in the near future? At first read, it appears Oregon Governor Kate Brown’s latest budget proposal would introduce over the next six years a program of mandatory in-home visits for every family with a newborn child. Not just…

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