Parental Rights Jeopardized by House Resolution

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House Resolution 416 Promotes the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

— May 11, 2009

On May 7, Rep. John Lewis (GA-5) introduced House Resolution 416 calling on the U.S. Senate to ratify the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and several other U.N. treaties. At its introduction, the bill had 9 cosponsors from the urban centers of Oakland, San Jose, and Sacramento, California, New York City, Houston, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, and the suburbs of D.C. (VA-8’s Rep. Moran). The non-voting delegate from Guam is also signed on.

The sponsors of H. Res. 416 include John Lewis (GA-5), Ed Markey (MA-7), Madeleine Bordallo (Guam), Charles Rangel (NY-15), Barbara Lee (CA-9), Mike Honda (CA-15), Doris Matsui (CA-5), Danny Davis (IL-7), Sheila Jackson Lee (TX-18), Jim Moran (VA-8), and Raul Grijalva (AZ-7).

We will monitor the resolution’s progress and do everything in our power to hinder its passage. If you live in one of the above districts, contact your representative and let them know that you have serious concerns about the UNCRC, and believe strongly that they should pull their support of this resolution. If you have friends or family members in their district, have them contact them as well. Remember to be respectful and courteous when you call, as congressional staff will be more likely to pay attention to what you have to say if you do not sound angry or rude.


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