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Announcing our “2022 Policy Agenda” to protect children, parental rights, and religious freedom
Friends, Today marks the start of the 2022 Idaho Legislative Session. State legislators will open with a customary invocation prayer before Gov. Brad Little delivers his State of the State…

Blaine Conzatti

January 10, 2022

Simon’s Law Protects Parental Rights
Friends, 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,…

Blaine Conzatti

July 22, 2021

Announcing Idaho Family Policy Center!
Friends, My family moved to this great state a few years ago when I accepted the role as executive director for Family Policy Alliance of Idaho. We moved here…

Blaine Conzatti

July 6, 2021

CDA School Counselor Encourages Elementary Student to Transition
The Coeur d’Alene Press is reporting that an elementary school counselor gave “guidance” on gender transition to a ten-year-old female student, encouraging her decision to live as a ‘boy’…

Blaine Conzatti

January 12, 2021

Most Successful Idaho Session Yet!
Wow! The 2020 Idaho Legislative Session has officially concluded—and what a successful session it was! The laws passed this year should provide families with hope for the future of…

Blaine Conzatti

April 3, 2020

Meet Tabitha (Simon’s Law)
I have good news for you: Simon’s Law (now House Bill 578) was passed by the Idaho House of Representatives last week with a 63 to 5 vote. Idaho…

Blaine Conzatti

March 12, 2020

Simon’s Law Will Protect Parental Rights
Simon Dominic Crosier was born almost ten years ago. Although he lived only a short three months, his story is inspiring lawmakers around the country to pass legislation protecting…

Blaine Conzatti

February 21, 2020

Legislative Roundup
The 2020 legislative session is off to a roaring start. The first substantial task for the legislature involves reauthorizing every administrative rule that expired at the end of the…

Blaine Conzatti

January 23, 2020