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How “child endangerment” accusations may not require any actual danger to a child.

By |April 12th, 2024|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts|Tags: |

A Texas father has been experiencing CPS’s (Child Protective Services) attempt to terminate his parental rights even though the courts found that there was never an identifiable moment when his children were placed in actual danger.

Parental Rights Under Fire: Navigating Legal Battles Unfolding in Montana and Texas

By |February 23rd, 2024|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts|

Right now, parents in two different states are facing significant legal battles concerning parental rights.  In Montana, the Kolstad family faces a custody battle with the state over their gender-dysphoric daughter, Jennifer. Jennifer struggled with significant mental health issues, [...]

PRESS RELEASE: FFP Submits Brief Urging TX Supreme Court to Not Discard Parental Responsibility

By |February 15th, 2024|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts, Loe v. Texas|

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 12, 2024 Contact: Jeremy Newman Phone: 214-707-8445 Email: Jeremy@FamilyFreedomProject.org FFP Submits Amicus Curiae Brief Urging TX Supreme Court to Not Discard Parental Responsibility in Fallen Officer Case LUBBOCK, TX - Family Freedom Project filed an [...]

PRESS RELEASE: FFP Files Emergency Brief Defending Parental Rights at the SCOTX

By |February 1st, 2024|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts, Loe v. Texas|

Defending Parental Rights and the Well-being of TX Children in Minor Gender Transition Suit FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 1, 2024 Contact: Jeremy Newman Phone: 214-707-8445 Email: Jeremy@FamilyFreedomProject.org FFP Files Post-submission Brief at the Supreme Court of Texas Defending Parental [...]

Parental Rights at Risk before the Supreme Court of Texas

By |February 1st, 2024|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts, Loe v. Texas|

FFP Files Emergency Brief Asking Court to Hold the Line for Families Monday, January 29, the Supreme Court of Texas (SCOTX) heard oral arguments on a lawsuit challenging Texas’s ban on chemical and surgical gender transition procedures on minors. [...]

Loe v. Texas: How to Protect Children and God-given Parental Rights at the Same Time

By |January 26th, 2024|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts, Legislative News, Loe v. Texas|

Loe v. Texas Battle lines are currently being drawn at the Supreme Court of Texas over whether gender transition surgery on minors constitutes an exercise of parental rights or irreversible damage to a child’s well-being.  A group of self-described [...]

PRESS RELEASE: FFP Files Brief at the SCOTX Defending Parental Rights and the Well-being of TX Children

By |January 22nd, 2024|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts, Loe v. Texas|

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJanuary 22, 2024Contact: Jeremy NewmanPhone: 214-707-8445Email: Jeremy@FamilyFreedomProject.orgFFP Files Brief at the Supreme Court of Texas Defending Parental Rights and the Well-being of TX ChildrenLUBBOCK, TX - Family Freedom Project’s filed an Amicus Curiae Brief filed in the Loe [...]

Protecting Parental Rights at the Supreme Court of Texas

By |December 21st, 2023|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts|

In a significant victory for parental rights, the Supreme Court of Texas (SCOTX) recently delivered crucial wins in two cases, marking a triumph for Texas families. These decisions underscore the importance of protecting the fundamental rights of parents in [...]

Ensuring Technicalities Don’t Result in Termination of Parental Rights in the R.J.G., R.J.G., D.G.M. Case

By |November 1st, 2023|Categories: In the Courts|Tags: , |

One Texas mother is currently facing the termination of her parental rights due CPS’s allegations that she failed to complete their checklist of services in the manner they preferred. At this point in the case, CPS is not alleging [...]

Child Endangerment and Parental Rights Implications in the R.R.A., H.G.A., H.B.A Case

By |October 20th, 2023|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts|Tags: , |

In a recent hearing in a case (In the Interest of R.R.A., H.G.A., H.B.A.) currently before the Supreme Court of Texas (SCOTX), Counsel for the TX Department of Family & Protective Services stated, “[The parent’s behavior] can be endangerment [...]

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

By |October 17th, 2023|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts|Tags: , |

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 Amendment to the Texas Constitution

By |October 17th, 2023|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, Legislative News|Tags: , , |

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 [...]

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

By |September 6th, 2023|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts, Legislative News, Loe v. Texas|

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 [...]

Unfinished Business: FFP’s Unpassed Priorities in the Texas Legislature

By |August 2nd, 2023|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, Legislative News|

Recently, we have been celebrating the parental rights bills the Texas Legislature passed, which the Governor signed into law to protect Texas families. However, not every priority of the Family Freedom Project became law. Here are 2 priorities that [...]

House Bill 730 Offers Promising Reforms to CPS Investigative Procedures in Texas

By |April 11th, 2023|Categories: Legislative News|Tags: |

On April 13, House Bill 730 was voted out of committee in the Texas House after receiving a positive hearing the week before. The bill provides extensive pro-family reforms to Child Protective Services (CPS) investigative procedures. The bill received a [...]

Halfway Through the Legislative Session, We Are Making Progress

By |March 29th, 2023|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, Legislative News|

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 [...]

Victory for Parental Rights Before the Supreme Court of Texas

By |January 24th, 2023|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates|

Treigh’s in-law made this request despite agreeing openly in court that Treigh was a good father and a fit parent. On Friday, January 27, a major victory for parental rights was achieved when the Supreme Court of Texas rejected the request, thereby leaving in place the favorable decision from the Court of Appeals and ensuring that Treigh will retain his full rights regarding the upbringing of his children.

FFP Filed Brief to Defend Texas Father at the Supreme Court of Texas

By |January 11th, 2023|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates|

In December 2022, the Family Freedom Project filed a brief, defending Texas father, Treigh Kalinec, and his children in what could be a critically important case for all Texas parents. Treigh Kalinec, a father from Texas, has been engaged [...]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Parental Rights Constitutional Amendment Filed in TX House

By |December 8th, 2022|Categories: Legislative News|

For Interview Scheduling Contact: Jeremy Newman Phone: 214-707-8445 Email: Jeremy.Newman@FamilyFreedomProject.org LUBBOCK, TEXAS – On Tuesday, Dec. 6th, 2022, Rep. James Frank filed HJR 58, an amendment to the Texas Constitution that would protect the right of Texas parents [...]

Family Freedom Project Champions Bill to Protect Families From CPS Overreach

By |December 6th, 2022|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, Legislative News|

Families matter, and every day they are threatened by entities that operate in the shadows and without accountability. Because family and freedom should come first, we have filed a Child Protective Services (CPS) bill that, if passed, will [...]

“Family Freedom Project” to Protect All Texas Families’ Parental Rights

By |October 22nd, 2022|Categories: Family Freedom Project Updates, In the Courts, Legislative News|

LUBBOCK, TEXAS - Texas Home School Coalition, the nation’s largest state based homeschooling organization, is launching a new partner brand called “The Family Freedom Project” dedicated to protecting the parental rights of all families in Texas. Launched at their annual [...]

CA Law Would Help Children Get Gender Transition Surgery Without Parental Consent

By |October 14th, 2022|Categories: Legislative News|

Governor Newsom of California recently signed SB 107 into law.  The law allows judges in CA to terminate custody of parents living in their states if the parent's child shows up in CA seeking gender transition treatments without parental [...]

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