Representative Erin Grall and Senator Ray Rodrigues
agree that parents have the right to make decisions for their children without government interference
Up to 83% of all investigations are ultimately concluded to have involved no abuse or neglect—only innocent families.
states include disability as grounds for termination of parental rights.
Why Do We Need A Parents Bill of Rights in Florida?
Most Florida Parents Don't Know...
- Your rights as a parent should be simple to understand and protect.
- Statutes outlining parental rights are currently scattered confusingly throughout Florida law.
- They do not provide clear, comprehensive guidelines to agencies.
- This confusion for parents and governmental agencies results in undue infringement upon the rights of parents.
- Passing the “Parent’s Bill of Rights” will consolidate current parental rights laws into one comprehensive statute providing clear and concise guidelines for Florida citizens and government agencies.
what's the solution?
- A grassroots movement of Florida citizens embracing their fundamental rights as parents and actively engaging in the Florida legislative process and working with government to secure those rights.
- Florida Legislators passing this common-sense law that acknowledges the fundamental rights and responsibilities of parents to raise their children and outlines the role government plays in helping protect the rights of these parents and children.
WE ALL KNOW
When it comes to raising children,
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Florida father speaks out after alleged mistreatment of autistic child at school
An Okaloosa County father is sharing his story after receiving a school district investigation report that accuses his child's teacher of mistreating his child.
DISTURBING: Autistic Child Abused at School in Okaloosa County, Three Educators Arrested
A Fort Walton Beach teacher has been charged with child abuse after an investigation revealed she allegedly committed several despicable actions against a special needs student.
Eddie Perillo files far-reaching lawsuit
The father of an autistic boy who suffered alleged abuse at Kenwood Elementary School is demanding a trial by jury, according to the lawsuit filed with the U.S. District Court in Pensacola on Wednesday.
Florida Parents - It's time to make history!
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Your involvement brings hope to Florida and its families.