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Big Win for Parental Rights at Idaho Supreme Court

he Evans family just secured a major win for parental rights in Idaho, with the state Supreme Court ruling that a law purporting to require grandparent visitation is unconstitutional. In this interview on Conversations That Matter with The New American magazine Senior Editor Alex Newman, the parents and the attorney who filed...
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ParentsUSA Hails Idaho Supreme Court Decision To Strike Down Statute Infringing On Parents’ Rights

The Idaho Supreme Court struck down as “facially unconstitutional” the statute allowing the award of grandparent visitation over the objections of fit parents. Parents, and no one else, have the constitutional right to decide with whom their children spend time and under what circumstances.” — David DeLugas, Executive Director, ParentsUSA...
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Where Do You Stand as a Parent in Regards to Your Children’s Education?

  As a parent, one of the principal areas of concern for you is the education of your children. You, of course want to ensure the best education possible for your children. In this country, in which the lines of parental rights and the state's can get a little blurry...
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Child Involuntarily Committed to Mental Health Center Without Consent by Her Parents or An Opportunity to Object! A Violation of Parents’ Rights? Maybe Not!

Six-year-old Nadia King was sent to a mental hospital without her mother’s consent and held for 48 hours after she allegedly threw tantrums at her kindergarten. According to the child’s mental heath counselor, she was “out of control and throwing a tantrum.” The Sheriff reported the girl had been “destroying...
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