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Legislative Action

Appealing to the common
sense and morality of the adversary is key
"It has always been a mystery to me how men can feel themselves honored by the humiliation of their fellow human beings."

Once we begin to realize that our relationship with our children is one of our most valued "human rights" -- it is natural to assume this is something which goes beyond local or state laws (which is the present case). The rights of an accused criminal are almost standard in every state -- shouldn't parents and children be treated the same way?  Read our Letter to Congress. Let's focus on Federal Civil Rights Legislation which recognizes our goals

First steps: Finding members of Congress who will call for hearings into National Family Law Reform.  Introduction of a Family Right's Act into Congress to protect the Civil Rights of Families (see some similar ideas below) View our contact kit for talking with your Congressional representative.  Take a look at some Nationally recognized people who are ready to testify.

Below we have some links (by State & Nation), which will show summary information and who to contact if you want to participate. Here are some general notes on meeting your Member of Congress.  We also show you links to work by others with similar goals:


We are trying to work with our legislator's to change the laws at the  Federal level

Help Needed

You don't have to be a trained "lobbyist" or have a degree to visit Members of Congress.  If you want to see some activity in your state, just contact us below.


To get involved in Legislative Action.

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