Urge Senators to Vote Against the Teen Endangerment Act!
On July 20, 2006, the Senate will take up consideration of the Child Custody Protection Act (CCPA). This unconstitutional legislation makes it a federal crime for any person, other than a parent, to accompany a teen to an out-of-state doctor if the teen’s home state parental involvement laws have not been met.
The Child Custody Protection Act threatens the welfare of teens by isolating them from trusted adults and creating delays and burdens that could endanger their health. NAF urges you to contact your Senators today and express your opposition to this law that endangers teens and violates their constitutional rights.