Simon’s Law Protects Parental Rights

Simon’s Law Protects Parental Rights


Among our many achievements in the last few years is Simon’s Law, which makes sure that parents have the legal right to be involved in life-or-death decisions about discontinuing life-sustaining care, nutrition, or hydration for their children.

The law is named after Simon Crosier, a baby boy who was born in St. Louis with Trisomy 18, a chromosomal disorder.

Simon died just before turning three months old because his NICU doctor made a so-called ‘quality of life’ judgment and unilaterally decided to withdraw treatment, nutrition, and hydration—all without involving or notifying Simon’s loving parents.

Without Idaho Family Policy Center, parents in our state wouldn’t have this important legal protection.

But here’s the thing: I need your help.

We’ve encountered a lot of expenses in the last few months, and we’re working on launching our brand new church engagement programs—but we need your help to fill the gap. We need to raise $12,000 by August 1stCan we rely on you to make this important investment and make the future of Idaho brighter for biblical values?

If you would like to help us reach this goal, I invite you to do so by becoming a monthly Ministry Partner or by making a one-time gift.

Together – with your prayers and financial support – we will keep building an Idaho where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished.


Standing with your family,

Blaine Conzatti

President, Idaho Family Policy Center


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