Update #2 ·

The Right of a Parent to make decisions regarding upbringing, education and care of their child AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT.

Advancing the cause of Parental Rights. Law to establish the Right of a Parent to make decisions regarding upbringing, education and care of their child AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT. It does so all the while while protecting kids at risk, because it continues to allow the state to protect children when they are truly in jeopardy. But this law requires specific findings to be produced to overcome the fundamental right parents would have. It takes away the leeway that currently exists for state agencies to act arbitrarily.

To pass this legislation, it will require Passage through certain committees. The individuals who chair these committees decide what bills get discussed, and thus passed through to the house for a vote. So this next step is critical to the life of this effort for 2015. 

CALL TO ACTION    Contact three Legislators via e mail IMMEDIATELY. 

What should I write?

Here is some suggested Language for your e-mail. Add edits as needed to personalize if desired. But remember - keep it short and to the point. Lengthy e mails lose their power because they are not likely to be read by the Representative or their staff. 

Subject Line: Committee Chair - 

Please Support Parental Rights

Body:

Dear Rep. (Their Last Name),

This e mail is to express my strong support for Parental Rights. I support it because I believe that Parents should have a fundamental right to direct the care, upbringing and education of their children.

If this important issue has been assigned to the committee that you currently chair. I respectfully ask that you allow Parental Rights to be discussed and voted on in your committee.

I look forward to seeing the Parental Rights Bill passed as Law this year! 

Sincerely, (Your Name)   

Also extend your gratitude to those supporting Parental Rights by sending a thank you note via e mail.

For The Cause of Liberty,   Jim & Patti Sullivan Florida State Coordinators [email protected]

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