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Recently, “Harvard Magazine” published an article espousing the belief of Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Bartholet that a "presumptive ban" should be placed on homeschooling. A national uproar ensued.
Nearly 100 years of legal precedent requires courts to presume that parents are fit and that fit parents act in the best interests of their children. Do Texas courts follow these constitutional rules?
Updated: 5-20-2015 11:13 AM In Texas, families enjoy many freedoms and opportunities, and parents are able to raise and care for their children as they see fit. However, a bill undermining the family has passed [...]
In August of 2009 Theresa Allen contacted CPS to protect her grandchildren from the unsafe and illegal environment to which they had been exposed when visiting their mother’s home. When the caseworker missed the deadline [...]
The Texas Home School Coalition is the only organization in Texas to take up arms and draft legislation to stop this lawsuit abuse made possible by a loophole in the Grandparent Access Statute. The fight [...]
This is a story of vigilance, a zombie bill that wouldn’t die, and the courage of one man who stood in the doorway of truth and held back the forces of evil. Most of all, this is the story of God’s faithfulness.
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