Parents' Rights Protection Act: Affirming That Parental Rights Are Fundamental

Common sense and history reveal that no one cares more about the well-being of children than their parents, but courts are confused on what level of legal protection should be given to the fundamental right of parents to direct the upbringing of their children.

At least 13 states have, in some measure, affirmed parents' fundamental rights by statute and 31 have a judicial record stating parents' fundamental rights receive the highest possible legal protection -- Kentucky has neither.

90% of Kentuckians believe parents, not the State, should have authority over decisions regarding their child's upbringing, medical care, and education. Let's make it the law.

The Parents' Rights Protection Act, SB 40 by Sen. West, properly balances fundamental parental rights with the government's compelling interest in preventing child abuse and neglect.

Act today and tell your Kentucky Senate leadership to take up the Parents' Rights Protection Act for a vote!

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