A daughter in Arkansas says she wants to “transition” to living as a boy. Her wise and loving parents graciously but firmly say “no.”

What happens next?

If a new bill becomes law in Minnesota, that daughter could seek transgender drugs and surgery, getting court protection to do so – all without her parents’ consent.

According to Minnesota Family Council (our state ally courageously leading the charge against this bill):

“The Minnesota House recently passed HF 146. This bill gives a court of the state custody of kids who want puberty blockers, wrong-sex hormones, or ‘gender surgery,’ if the parent(s) do not allow their child to receive harmful ‘gender-affirming care.’ Now the Minnesota Senate is considering the bill SF63 on FRIDAY.”

This is a serious threat to parental rights and children’s health and well-being in every state.

Fox News has reported on this bill and Minnesota family law attorney Bob Roby was interviewed on Fox and Friends about this legislation.Please send a message to your state senator asking him or her to oppose this dangerous bill.The legislature is determined to make Minnesota gender transition center, with the state taking custody of children from around the country—stripping parents in other states of their rightful and protective custody of their children.

The Senate is set to consider this bill before the end of the week – time is working against us.

Send your message NOW. It takes less than a minute using the form below, and this is a critical threat to parental rights!


Autumn Leva
Sr. Vice President for Strategy

P.S. Our friends at Minnesota Family Council are standing courageously against this bill in St. Paul. If you’d like to join them in person, you can attend a rally opposing the bill on Friday. The rally will happen before the Senate floor session starts at 9 am. Reach out to moses@mfc.org for more details if you want to attend.

Worth Fighting For GraphicThis message must ring loud and clear to our seniors, and those with disabilities or terminal illnesses: “We will not abandon you to assisted suicide.” And, because of you, this message is being heard at state capitols across the nation.

Through your support, CitizenLink (soon to be Family Policy Alliance), our national ally Focus on the Family and our state ally Colorado Family Action worked to stop Colorado’s Assisted Suicide bill in its tracks. CitizenLink’s state allies in Minnesota, Maryland and Hawaii also stopped Assisted Suicide bills. Christ calls us to walk with those who suffer, not abandon them without hope—because love lifts life up. Thank you for sharing this message through your support of CitizenLink and our allies.

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for Life of America, CitizenLink led a
friend-of-the-court brief in Whole Woman’sHealth, the most significant abortion case
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brief was drafted by the legal arm of our Pennsylvania ally. The Court is expected to release its decision in June.

The case arose when abortionists in Texas didn’t like the commonsense regulations the Texas Legislature passed, with the help of our ally, Texas Values. The law required abortion facilities to meet the same standards as other outpatient surgical facilities. CitizenLink’s brief informed the Court that abortion businesses shouldn’t get a free pass on basic health standards, simply to keep them in the market.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who argued in defense of Texas’ pro-life law, said: “The amicus brief cosponsored by CitizenLink was a critical partof the overall argument presented to the Supreme Court, and I am very grateful for those that stood with my office in defense of women’s health.”

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