Last week we spent a lot of time visiting members of the General Assembly. We were told by a number of them that among Republicans, there was a majority of support for commonsense pro-transparency legislation that protected a parent's right to know what their kids are taught in schools about sex.
We were expecting that this support would have led to passing pro-family legislation, and then this happened: A shadow campaign was launched by anonymous members to kill any legislative solution that would give Parents the Right to Know what is being taught to their children about sex in public schools.
Asking schools to make sex ed curriculums public and easily accessible online to parents, as well as granting parents additional opportunities to be involved in the adoption of curriculum, is just a common-sense proposal. Why wouldn't Republicans and Democrats want to make it easier and more transparent for parents to know what their kids are being taught about sex? What are schools hiding (transgender unicorns, planned parenthood sex ed books, pro-LGBT kindergarten books, etc)?
Why would anyone want to keep parents out of our schools?
Are they more afraid of the outside groups that have sponsored the radical curriculum about sex, than they care about parents whose kids go to our local schools?
This week may be our final chance to get pro-parental rights legislation passed during the summer legislative session. We cannot back down. We need to send a clear message to our legislators that they need to listen to parents across our state who demand these kind of protections.
This is an issue we won't be backing down from! We're committed to keeping this issue before legislators however long it takes for them to take action to protect parental rights and childhood innocence. We need them to know we WILL hold them accountable.
However, we're running out of time to convince the members of the General Assembly to pass legislation during their current summer session. We need you to act NOW! They need to know you're more important than interest groups and swamp-filled re-election campaigns.
Will you support our campaign to convince our representatives to make sure our schools are not a parent free zone by clicking the button below and emailing our legislators right now?
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