June 29, 2023

Richardson supports Parents’ Bill of Rights

 

COLUMBUS – State Representative Tracy Richardson (R-Marysville) joined members of the Ohio House of Representatives in the passing of the Parents’ Bill of Rights Wednesday.

The legislation will protect the ability and authority of parents to direct the upbringing, education, health care and mental health care of their minor child.

“Parents are a fundamental foundation in the lives of their children,” said Richardson. “They partner with schools to educate their kids. Parents also have the legal right to raise and protect their children. This legislation will help preserve those rights and protect the futures of Ohio children.”

Under this legislation, schools will be required to inform parents …

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