DEADLINE to Sign up is March 2nd!
Government Seeks Authority to Intervene Between Parents and Children!
Are we talking about Russia or Cuba?
No…we are talking about the California Legislature!
Under the guise of protecting children’s rights, Senate Bill 18 (SB 18) will give the government unrestrained authority into your home and violate parental rights including:
- Granting the government full authority over medical decisions regarding your children’s health.
- Inhibit your freedom to teach your children according to your moral and religious beliefs
- Put the government in charge of your children’s social lives
- Allow the government to deem your home unsafe if you own a firearm.
Join fellow members of SVARW as we travel to Sacramento on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 to join Capitol Resource Institute’s Citizen Lobby Day and let our legislators know that we are opposed to this government invasion into our families.
Cost to join us on the bus is $47 per person which includes the bus and the $10 registration fee charged by Capitol Resource.
Parents may bring their High School-aged child for FREE!!!
We will depart at 6:00 AM from the Park and Ride lot at the Curtner Light Rail Station located at the corner of Curtner and Canoas Garden Avenue in San Jose (across from Cathedral of Faith). Our bus will leave us off at the California Secretary of State’s building in Sacramento by 8:30 AM and pick us up for the ride home at 4:30 PM. Make sure you bring your ID with you in order to be admitted to the Secretary of State’s building.
Citizen Lobby Day will begin with training in the morning and visits to assigned legislators’ offices in the afternoon. You will be assigned to a group for the visits to the legislators’ offices. This is a learning experience! There is a break for lunch…either bring your lunch or money to purchase a quick lunch. Feel free to bring snacks to eat on the way to and from Sacramento.
Deadline for registration is Thursday, March 2nd or sooner if the bus is filled.
Register today! Click here
Parents bringing their High School-age child should complete a separate registration for each child by choosing the HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT FREE option.