Posts Categorized: Privacy rights

Student sues Pennsylvania school district for sexual harassment, violation of personal privacy

March 21, 2017 | No comments | Posted in Privacy rights | Tags: , ,

PRESS RELEASE – Independence Law Center

Principal tells student to ‘tolerate’ undressing with student of opposite sex, make it as ‘natural’ as possible 

PHILADELPHIA – A high school student and his parents sued the Boyertown Area School District Tuesday for … Read more

President Trump Is Right to Remove Mandate Regulating Public School Bathrooms, Locker Rooms

February 23, 2017 | 3 comments | Posted in Privacy rights, Religious Freedom | Tags: , ,

Obama administration’s “Dear Colleague” Letter was unconstitutional and dangerous to Pennsylvania schools and families.

Harrisburg – A previous order by the Obama administration that violated students’ privacy rights and safety has now been rescinded by President Donald Trump.

Michael Geer… Read more

Preserve Freedom, Reject Coercion.

December 16, 2016 | 2 comments | Posted in Privacy rights, Religious Freedom | Tags:

Over 75 prominent religious and thought leaders nationwide, including the Most Rev. Charles J. Chaput (Archbishop of Philadelphia), have come together as charter signatories of “Preserve Freedom, Reject Coercion,” a statement that affirms every American’s freedom to peacefully live their … Read more

Prime Example of How You Can Make a Difference

October 27, 2016 | 1 comment | Posted in Privacy rights, Religious Freedom | Tags: , ,

VICTORY for Religious Freedom, Privacy Rights Governor Wolf’s Bathroom Bills Have Been Stopped for 2016 –Here are Two Action Items to Show Your Appreciation

FACT: One of the greatest threats to religious freedom and personal privacy ever faced in Pennsylvania … Read more

Privacy Prevails: Sign the Thank You eCard

October 26, 2016 | 8 comments | Posted in Privacy rights | Tags:

Sign the Thank You eCard to your State Senator & State Representative for no Governor Wolf’s Bathroom Bills in 2016 

On September 8, 2015, Governor Wolf’s Bathroom Bills were introduced (SB974 & HB1510). Several out-of-state deep-pocket special interest groups targeted … Read more

#AskMeFirst – New Campaign Amplifies Voice for Privacy Rights

September 14, 2016 | No comments | Posted in Privacy rights | Tags:

How would you feel if you walked into a locker room to use the showers and there was someone of the opposite biological sex just standing there watching?

One woman had this experience and is speaking out for her rights … Read more

Five Takeaways from the Bathroom Bill hearing (SB1306)

August 31, 2016 | 3 comments | Posted in Privacy rights, Religious Freedom | Tags:

After a nearly four-hour hearing in Harrisburg on part of Governor Wolf’s Bathroom Bills – SB1306 – here are some of the highlights:

1. SB1306 is not the end game; it’s the full Bathroom Bill proposal or nothing.

Testimony given … Read more

The latest on Governor Wolf’s Bathroom Bills

August 30, 2016 | No comments | Posted in Privacy rights, Religious Freedom | Tags:

Today, a public hearing is scheduled in Harrisburg on one of the proposals related to Governor Wolf’s Bathroom Bills (SB1306). Randall Wenger, Chief Counsel for Pennsylvania Family Council, will be giving testimony as part of a panel before the Senate … Read more

VICTORY! Luzerne County Council “Inundated” with Emails, Majority Vote Against Ordinance

August 10, 2016 | 1 comment | Posted in Privacy rights, Religious Freedom | Tags: , , ,

Last night, there were many victories – and not just in Olympic swimming and gymnastics.

This past evening, Luzerne County Council members voted down an ordinance that would have added special statuses to discrimination law and negatively impacted the privacy … Read more

VICTORY: Court Shows Schools Can Protect Privacy Rights

August 6, 2016 | No comments | Posted in Privacy rights | Tags: , , ,

As schools prepare to open their doors and welcome students back, the U.S. Supreme Court just made an important ruling giving welcomed clarification to School Districts in Pennsylvania and around the country.

The court’s 5-3 decision on Wednesday, August 3, … Read more