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Parental Rights Are Threatened Again in Custody Case

Too many times, the government oversteps its authority, infringing upon the rights of parents and their children and, thereby, interfering with the parent-child relationship. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed an amicus brief in the Texas Supreme Court in support of parental rights, fighting against the government’s excessive intervention in...

Shaming Children for School Lunch Debt is a National Problem

Should a child whose parents struggle to make ends meet be shamed for not being able to afford school breakfasts and lunches, running up debt at school that goes unpaid? In schools across the USA, children and parents are undergoing scrutiny and shame for their school meals’ debt and it’s...

Helping Children? Too Often Foster Children Suffer When the State Tries, But Fails

Eight-year old Dontay Davis suffered from emotional and behavioral problems after the state removed his siblings and him from his parents in 2005 and placed his siblings and him in foster homes, presumably for their benefit. In his first foster home, Dontay often acted violently against his younger brothers, behavior...

300 Families (and Counting) Fall Victim to Wrongful Child Abuse Allegations

You’re a parent taking your child to the doctor for medical care. Genuinely concerned about the health of your child, you behave perfectly normally, determined that your child receive proper care. However, when your child is seen by doctors, medical professionals in whom you should have utmost trust, another doctor,...

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