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California Introduces NEW SINISTER LAW, Gives the STATE EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS to YOUR CHILDREN!

California Senator, Richard Pan, is no stranger to challenging parental rights and his latest bill is no exception. Dr. Richard Pan is a  Pediatrician heavily funded by the pharmaceutical industry and the culprit  behind controversial SB277, the CA bill that removed vaccination exemptions from thousands of California families. While this bill may not seem like a big deal to some, it made a way for this new bill that has the ability to strip ANY PARENT of their child should you not follow ALL state recommendations in the raising of your child.

Proposed on the senate floor on December 5th 2016, SB -18 the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth in California, would give the state of California the right to take away your child if ‘they’ deem necessary. This bill has very loosely defined terms as to what is a “right” and what could easily be manipulated to make a case for confiscating your child!

Many across the state are already calling this the “The Destruction of Family Act, or The Medical Kidnap Act, or The Government Owns Your Children Act.” Why would California need to enact legislation to ensure what the Constitution and God already provide and protects – life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness?”

Every parent in the state of California should be HORRIFIED over this bill. Consider for a minute that a government agent of some sort shows up at your door and physically takes your children out of your home? And for what reason? They didn’t go to the dentist?  They didn’t get their latest flu shot?  Perhaps you homeschool your child and the state doesn’t think you are doing a good job.

California parents are calling this the ‘most destructive’ family based bill to ever hit the floor of the California senate and are calling for the immediate removal of Sen. Pan. I couldn’t agree more.

Read carefully as they dressed the wording up really pretty, and see how open ended this bill is. If this passes, it is only a matter of time before it spreads across the nation.

black and white portrait of a beautiful young girl taken outside

 

SB-18 – An act relating to children and youth

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL’S DIGEST
SB 18, as introduced, Pan. Bill of Rights for Children and Youth in California.
Existing law provides for the care and welfare of children and youth in various contexts, including, but not limited to, child welfare services, foster care, health care, nutrition, homeless assistance, and education.
Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 80 (Res. Ch. 101, Stats. 2009) declares the Legislature’s support of a Bill of Rights for the Children and Youth of California that resolves to invest in all children and youth in order to achieve specified goals to create an optimal environment for their healthy development.
This bill would declare the intent of the Legislature to expand and codify the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California to establish a comprehensive framework that governs the rights of all children and youth in California, outlines the research-based essential needs of California’s children, and establishes standards relating to the health, safety, well-being, early childhood and educational opportunities, and familial supports necessary for all children to succeed. The bill would declare the intent of the Legislature, by January 1, 2022, to enact legislation for the purpose of ensuring that the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California, in its totality, is applied evenly, equitably, and appropriately to all children and youth across the state.

Digest Key Vote: majority   Appropriation: no   Fiscal Committee: no   Local Program: no  


Bill Text

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:
SECTION 1.  (a) The Legislature finds and declares that all children and youth, regardless of gender, class, race, ethnicity, national origin, culture, religion, immigration status, sexual orientation, or ability, have inherent rights that entitle them to protection, special care, and assistance, including, but not limited to, the following:
(1) The right to parents, guardians, or caregivers who act in their best interest.
(2) The right to form healthy attachments with adults responsible for their care and well-being.
(3) The right to live in a safe and healthy environment.
(4) The right to social and emotional well-being.
(5) The right to opportunities to attain optimal cognitive, physical, and social development.
(6) The right to appropriate, quality education and life skills leading to self-sufficiency in adulthood.
(7) The right to appropriate, quality health care.
(b) It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this act to expand and codify the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California created by Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 80 (Res. Ch. 101, Stats. 2009), to establish a comprehensive framework that governs the rights of all children and youth in California, outlines the research-based essential needs of California’s children, and establishes standards relating to the health, safety, well-being, early childhood and educational opportunities, and familial supports necessary for all children to succeed.
 It is the intent of the Legislature, by January 1, 2022, to enact appropriate legislation to accomplish all of the following:
(a)  Develop and put forth research-based policy solutions that will ensure the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California, in its totality, is applied evenly, equitably, and appropriately to all children and youth across the state.
(b) Determine the amount of revenue and resources necessary to ensure that the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California, in its totality, is applied evenly, equitably, and appropriately to all children and youth across the state.
(c) Identify and obtain the revenue and resources necessary to ensure that the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California, in its totality, is applied evenly, equitably, and appropriately to all children and youth across the state.
You can read the actual bill HERE

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