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Parents Bill of Rights Passes In State Assembly

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Amanda Nedweski (R) – Wisconsin State Representative (Pleasant Prairie)

Today, the Wisconsin State Assembly passed AB 510 – The Parents Bill of Rights. This legislation prohibits the state from infringing on the fundamental rights of parents to direct the upbringing, education, health care, and mental health of their children. Sixteen specific rights of parents are enumerated in this bill, clarifying the requirements of school boards and school districts in upholding these rights.

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Some key rights outlined in AB 510 include the rights of parents to opt their children out of certain educational topics and the rights of parents to have access to review curriculum and learning materials. The bill requires notice of health care services offered at school, and it expands notification to parents about student safety and incidents of violence on school grounds. The bill ensures that parents determine the names and pronouns used for their child while at school.

“Democrats continue to insist that parents are not the best decision makers for their children, and the government is somehow more qualified than parents to raise their families. They make claims that this bill is driven by fear. I would agree. The Left’s fear drove me to be a co-author of this bill. They are afraid that the wedge they have worked for decades to drive between parents and their children is coming loose. They are afraid that their stronghold on the developing minds of children in school is being pried back, weakening their political and social agendas,” stated Rep. Nedweski (R-Pleasant Prairie). “They afraid that their true intentions have been exposed, and they are afraid that parents are winning this fight for their rights. Parents do know what is best for their own children, and we do not co-parent with the government.”

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Rep. Nedweski (R-Pleasant Prairie) Serves as the Vice Chair of Colleges and Universities and serves on the Assembly Committees on Education, Workforce Development and Economic Opportunities, and Family Law

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    1. Right. Because the left don’t want the parent to think for themselves unless it benefits them. Good point ya bring up. Andy??

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    1. Aside from the fact that she’s pushing a bill that would allow abortion to 14 weeks. Allowing babies to be m*rdered isn’t very “Save our Children” of her…

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      1. Reach out to her a discuss the why behind the referendum…. And it beats the current 20 weeks that’s allowed.
        I think you’ll find her to be very open to discuss.

    1. We all know Evers for the union owned Marxist goon that he is. The goal is to destroy our society and government. When Evers vetoes this, as he does with everything else that is moral and sane, there SHOULD be enough votes to override him. We shall see.

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  1. Great bill to expose the education Governor as the fraud that he is. Once he vetoes this bill then it can be used against the democrats in the next governor’s race and also all state wide races to expose the democrat party of wanting a nanny state of control over our lives.

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  2. What’s gonna happen to all these empty schools at the end of the school year? Is Evers gonna pack them full of illegal aliens from every 3rd world country like all the other blue states?!…. asking for a fren.

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