Family Freedom Project (FFP) has been involved in “IN re NH,” a case marked by its implications for parental rights and government intervention in family matters.
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Texas is paving the way for parental rights, where innocent families are shielded from the harmful consequences of false accusations.
We are dedicated to advocating for the Parental Rights Amendment, a crucial legislative measure that safeguards the rights and autonomy of parents.
In a world where education and parental rights are under attack, we applaud the Texas legislators who took a stand for freedom in the 88th Texas Legislative Session. We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude for their unwavering commitment and tireless efforts in passing bills that directly benefit families. It’s time to pause and gratefully acknowledge each statesman for their remarkable work this session! CPS OMNIBUS BILL Representative Frank and his staff did it again with the passage of HB 730! With due process protections and the requirement for CPS caseworkers to inform parents of their legal rights, this bill [...]
With our priority CPS reform bill, HB 730, we are leading the charge to implement significant reforms in the CPS system, protect parental rights, and ensure accountability for this powerful agency.
Protecting future generations happens one step at a time. We continue to champion the Parental Rights Amendment (PRA) to the TX Constitution.
We have officially passed the halfway point of the 88th Texas Legislative Session. The deadline for filing bills has come and gone – at the forefront of bills filed concerns parental choice in education. The Family Freedom Project is prioritizing a constitutional amendment that would protect the right of parents to make decisions for their children, including in the realm of education. Through our sister organization, the Texas Home School Coalition (THSC), we are also prioritizing a constitutional amendment that would specifically protect homeschools and private schools from state regulation. This is the year of parental rights in the Texas Legislature. [...]