Soon-to-come bill puts parental rights back on the charts
June 23, 2016
With parental rights degenerating, Congress will again consider a constitutional amendment to put the U.S. back on course - but it will be a tough process to gain passage.
In 1925, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled parents possess a fundamental right to direct the education and upbringing of their children - but that was weakened in 2000 when the Supreme Court declined to rule it a fundamental right.
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