Posts Categorized: Parental rights
Hersheypark has now made it known that not only do they allow men who self-identify as female into the women’s restrooms but also in women-only changing facilities as well.
It recently became public knowledge that Hersheypark permits people of either … Read more
Hersheypark, Pennsylvania’s well-known family-oriented theme park, has now made it known that men whom self-identify as female are permitted to use their women-only bathrooms. News outlets across the state covered over the weekend a statement made by Hersheypark that allows … Read more
Student aid applications are now being accepted for our Family Choice Scholarship Program – an initiative of the Pennsylvania Family Institute, part of the Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) and Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) – for the 2016-2017 academic … Read more
Would you want to tell your child they have to go to a different school next year? Not because you’re moving. Not because of their grades. All because … Read more
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Thousands of young people – starting as early as age 6 – are taught sex-ed by Planned Parenthood every year.¹ This education could be summed up by the following:Porn x (50… Read more
The PA Family Institute has led the effort against mandating statewide “comprehensive sex education.” Why?Recently the taxpayer-funded Oregon Adolescent Sexuality Conference held their 20th annual event where adult porn site reps showed 11-year-olds how to use sex toys on … Read more
Planned Parenthood has released a statement attacking Gov. Corbett for being opposed to a proposed mandate that would force all public schools to … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Institute was in the state Capitol this morning on your behalf as we arranged for expert testimony before the House Children and Youth Committee.
We asked Mark D. Freeman, Esq. to testify against Senate Bill 27, a bill … Read more
by Tom Shaheen, V.P. for Policy
Yesterday, I testified for the Pennsylvania Family Institute on a panel before the state House Education Committee. We were there to support long-needed legislation – HB 1588 – to protect church-affiliated educational preschool programs … Read more