A Constitutional Amendment: The Only Way to Protect Parental Rights to Direct the Upbringing and Education of Their Children

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The only way to ensure that parental rights are protected and remain recognized as fundamental rights in the United States is an Amendment to the United States Constitution explicitly protecting the rights of parents to make decisions concerning the upbringing and education of their children (parentalrights...
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Controversy arises when Supreme Court Judges are left to interpret the Constitution as it currently stands. Two Constitutional Amendments are currently considered when decisions are made in the Supreme Court concerning parental rights (Farris, “Parental Rights”)...
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