Saturday, May 10, 2014

Can you hear me now?

Yes, some of Oklahoma's new "Parents' Bill of Rights" law may be redundant, but it's as if lawmakers are saying to bureaucrats who are even thinking about meddling: "Have we made ourselves perfectly clear now?"

Heck, for good measure, lawmakers even added that "parents have inalienable rights that are more comprehensive than those listed in this section. The Parents' Bill of Rights does not prescribe all rights of parents. Unless otherwise required by law, the rights of parents of minor children shall not be limited or denied."

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