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Defining the Limits of Judicial Intervention in the ‘IN re NH’ Case

2023-10-17T22:41:29+00:00

Since the start of 2023, the 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. The case in question presents a fundamental question about parental rights in Texas. The heart of the matter in front of the Supreme Court of Texas (SCOTX) revolves around the legal rule that judges must begin a case by presuming that a parent is acting in the best interests of their child. This principle was emphasized by the SCOTX in a previous case called “In re C.J.C.” The issue left [...]

Defining the Limits of Judicial Intervention in the ‘IN re NH’ Case2023-10-17T22:41:29+00:00

Parental Rights Amendment to the Texas Constitution

2023-10-17T22:29:56+00:00

FFP is launching our most significant parental rights campaign of all time with the prioritization of a Parental Rights Constitutional Amendment. In the 2023 legislative session, FFP’s team of experts will push for the passage of an amendment to the Texas Constitution that will enshrine protections for parents and families for generations to come. Many people do not realize that the rights of Texas parents currently rest almost entirely in the hands of unelected federal judges. The constitutional rights of parents are currently recognized in federal constitutional case law which interprets the US Constitution to protect the right of parents. [...]

Parental Rights Amendment to the Texas Constitution2023-10-17T22:29:56+00:00

When ‘Dangerous’ Sparks Automatic Parental Rights Termination

2023-10-04T18:20:51+00:00

The State of Texas can terminate your rights as a parent even if you did not do anything to put your child in actual danger. This harsh reality is something that most people in Texas are entirely unaware of. “Child endangerment” is a term nobody ever wants to hear used against them. But in Texas, a parent can have their children removed and their rights terminated even if this “endangerment” never actually placed their child in danger. This bizarre state of affairs is caused by how CPS and various courts have long interpreted Texas’ endangerment laws. In a recent hearing [...]

When ‘Dangerous’ Sparks Automatic Parental Rights Termination2023-10-04T18:20:51+00:00

Parental Rights Question Goes to Supreme Court of Texas In Emergency Appeal

2024-02-05T17:12:45+00:00

On June 2, 2023, Senate Bill 14 (SB 14) was signed into law by Governor Greg Abbott, restricting chemical and surgical gender transition procedures on minors. On August 25, 2023, a district court in Travis County issued an injunction to prevent the state from enforcing SB 14, a move that was widely anticipated by those closely following the ongoing legal debate. Within an hour, the Texas Attorney General’s office had filed an emergency appeal directly to the Supreme Court of Texas (SCOTX), a move that automatically halted the order from the trial judge, which had blocked the law. The SCOTX [...]

Parental Rights Question Goes to Supreme Court of Texas In Emergency Appeal2024-02-05T17:12:45+00:00

Texas Legislators Champion Freedom and Family Rights

2023-06-15T20:09:13+00:00

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 [...]

Texas Legislators Champion Freedom and Family Rights2023-06-15T20:09:13+00:00
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