Abortion Video

Video: Arkansas’ First Pro-Life City

Springdale in Northwest Arkansas has voted to become the state's first pro-life city. Watch this video to learn more.
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Video: Arkansas’ First Pro-Life City
Pro-Life

Group Asks Netflix to Cancel “13 Reasons Why”

One Million Moms (1MM) released a statement today calling on Netflix to remove the show "13 Reasons Why" from its...
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Group Asks Netflix to Cancel “13 Reasons Why”
Bioethics

California Passes Bill Against DIY Gene Hacking

Recently the California General Assembly passed a law against so-called "do-it-yourself" gene hacking. Modern technology makes it possible to edit...
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California Passes Bill Against DIY Gene Hacking
Alcohol Public Drinking Video

Video: Fayetteville City Council To Weigh Public Drinking Ordinance

Today, the Fayetteville City Council reportedly will consider an ordinance to allow public drinking at certain events. Family Council has...
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Video: Fayetteville City Council To Weigh Public Drinking Ordinance
Alcohol Public Drinking

Fayetteville City Council to Weigh Public Drinking

Fayetteville's proposed district in which public drinking would be allowed at certain events and as-permitted by Fayetteville's mayor. This Tuesday,...
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Fayetteville City Council to Weigh Public Drinking
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Since 1989, Family Council has been at the forefront promoting, protecting, and strengthening traditional family values in Arkansas. We are part of a nation-wide network of family policy councils associated with Focus on the Family.

Our mission involves shaping public opinion through media interviews, producing voter’s guides for elections, and shaping public policies through the legislative process. Family Council is a conservative education and research organization based in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Education Alliance and the Arkansas Physicians Resource Council are division of our work dedicated to promoting home schooling and to enabling Arkansas physicians to address social and moral issues that impact medical ethics.

Our offices are located just two blocks from the State Capitol Building in downtown Little Rock, Arkansas.