The Committee To End Slavery announces a new organization website at committeetoendslavery.com.
Online PR News – 23-January-2018 – Huntington Beach, CA – The Committee To End Slavery announces a new organization website at committeetoendslavery.com, with its purpose encapsulated in the slogan “Breaking the Chains That Bind Us.”
The Committee To End Slavery is promoting three CA Initiative Constitutional Amendments. They are the CA Freedom from Slavery Act, the CA Education Tax Relief Act and the CA Parental Rights Act of 2018.
Each initiative is designed to give more freedom to CA residents by eliminating onerous CA government usurpations of their endowed inalienable rights. The CA Freedom from Slavery Act eliminates local, county and state income and property taxes for CA residents ages 55+, as well as estate taxes. The CA Education Tax Relief Act will require that the cost for a student enrolled in a government educational institution be paid only by the person(s) financially responsible for the student. The CA Parental Rights Act of 2018 establishes that parents, or legal guardians, have the inviolable right of sole authority over the education of their children and that right shall not be usurped by any State sanctioned governmental entity.
The CA Freedom from Slavery Act will protect senior citizens who may have unexpected excessive medical or other unforeseen expenses from being kicked out of their homes due to failure to pay property taxes because they will be exempt from property taxes. The CA Educational Tax Relief Act will benefit parents who choose private or home schooling by exempting them (and other CA residents) from having to pay for government schools their children are not enrolled in. The CA Parental Rights Act of 2018 will empower parents to establish higher educational standards for their children as well as eliminate forced indoctrination of their children in everything politically correct that violates their own ethics, moral values and common sense.
The Committee is now gathering signatures to qualify the initiatives for the November 6, 2018 General Election ballot.
More information can be found on the Committee’s website, https://committeetoendslavery.com. The site includes information about The Committee To End Slavery, the reason and purpose for each initiative, as well as current issues affecting Californian’s that will be rectified by implementation of the initiatives.