COLUMN: Nothing tops parents’ love – in mental health, too | Jimmy Sengenberger
At tonights board meeting, a representative of the Teller County Health Alliance voiced their support for SB23-1003, a mental health bill. It introduces a barrier between parents and their children. The bill is widely opposed by many parents throughout the state, as it permits children as young as 12 to opt their parents out of being involved in mental health conversations. This is wrong, according to this opinion piece in the Denver Gazette. Parents, not the school district, are in charge of their children.