Final Passage of Parents Bill of Rights Act Includes Miller Parental Rights Bills

Government and Politics

March 24, 2023

WASHINGTON - Today, the House voted to defend parental rights and pass H.R. 5, the Parents Bill of Rights Act.

Congresswoman Mary Miller (R-IL) voted in favor of this legislation which includes two provisions Rep. Miller drafted to protect children’s privacy from Big Tech and affirm a parent’s right to opt their children out of taking surveys regarding sexual orientation, transgender ideology, and woke politics.

Rep. Miller released the following statement on the final passage of the Parents Bill of Rights Act:

"Today, I proudly voted with the House to pass the Parents Bill of Rights," Miller said. "I am grateful that several of my bills are included in this legislation to protect children from radical gender ideology and to ensure parents give permission when information is being collected about their kids through surveys or documents. Parents have the right to know what is being taught to their child and the right to opt their child out of any discussion about sexual orientation and gender ideology. Parental rights are non-negotiable and I am proud House Republicans are keeping our commitment to fight for parental rights."

Rep. Miller spoke on the House Floor this week in defense of parental rights. You can view her remarks here.