Cindy Dahlgren

Know Your Rights, Know the Law

This weekend, parents will have more access to their children’s education records and any surveys given by school staff; boys will compete with boys and girls with girls; Arizonans with disabilities will be protected from discrimination, and those serving faith-based...

How Did We Get Here?

Labor Day traditionally marks the end of summer and the start of the political campaign season.  Before we enter the home stretch of this political campaign cycle, it’s important to consider where we are and how we got here. We face a critical election in a matter of...

Arizona Tops the List!

Topping Craig’s List wouldn’t usually be an honor at CAP, except when it’s Craig DeRoche’s list. DeRoche is the President and CEO of Family Policy Alliance (FPA), of which CAP is an allied state organization. FPA’s commitment to pro-family, God-glorifying policy...

A Promise to America’s Parents

A Scottsdale mother we will call Mary exercised her right in Arizona to opt-out her third grader from social-emotional learning (SEL), as Mary wants to be the main influence on her children regarding sensitive subjects. But the little girl’s older sister saw her...

New Election Laws

Intense controversy surrounding the 2020 election has led to a number of changes in Arizona election law over the past two years. Many are designed to strengthen election integrity and ensure that only eligible U.S. citizens vote in Arizona. Some have been challenged...

WARNING!

Warning: There are more than 50 clinics throughout Arizona that serve women facing unplanned pregnancies. Under the shadowy label, “Pregnancy Resource Centers,” these centers supply resources to pregnant women, including baby clothes, formula, parenting classes, car...

Incredible Victories!

The Arizona 2022 legislative session ended early Saturday morning with incredible, groundbreaking victories for life, parental rights, educational freedom, religious freedom, child protections, and more. When the Legislature adjourned sine die, it had passed 11...