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This bill is now dead.
(This bill will be amended to fix some issues—this summary relates to the bill as it will be amended.) This bill will unambiguously declare that right of parents to make decisions regarding the education, care upbringing, etc., of a child is a fundamental right which may be set aside only when the state, as to that child, has a compelling interest which cannot otherwise be served, and the state uses the narrowest means possible to achieve that compelling interest.
8 Lawmakers Need to Hear from You Today on Parental Rights! June 12, 2017 elert from Atty. Scott Woodruff
Calls are urgently needed to exhort Maine Lawmakers to protect parental rights! June 5, 2017 elert from Atty. Scott Woodruff
Call Immediatly to Protect Your Right to Decide How to Raise Your Kids May 5, 2017 elert from Atty. Scott Woodruff
Call members of the Standing Committee on the Judiciary and urge them to vote “yes” on the bill. Elert from Atty. Scott Woodruff
This bill is dead.
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