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New Yorker's Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) is a nonprofit organization that educates, encourages, and equips Christians for effective participation in New York State government.

NYFRF Releases 2020 Primary Voter Guide

June 12, 2020

New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) has released its 2020 Primary Voter Guide, available here. Jason J. McGuire, President of NYFRF, made the following remarks: “Coinciding with the start of early voting in this year’s primary elections on Saturday, June 13, NYFRF is pleased to announce the release of its 2020 Primary Voter Guide. Whether voters…

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National Marriage Rate Hits Historic Low

May 18, 2020

A recent report at indicates that in 2018, the U.S. marriage rate declined to its lowest level in recorded history: 6.5 marriages per every 1,000 Americans. According to a report by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), this figure represented a 6% drop from the 2017 marriage rate. Data on marriage rates has…

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COVID-19: Church Re-Opening Resources

May 7, 2020

New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) has compiled the following list of resources that contain information for churches as they plan for their eventual re-opening. These resources are provided for informational purposes only, and their presence on this list does not imply that NYFRF endorses their content. Under Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s New York Forward plan, the Governor…

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Coronavirus Causes Change For Coming Elections

May 7, 2020

Recent executive actions taken by New York government have altered both the voting process and the timing of various elections because of the coronavirus pandemic. Executive Order 202.23 cancelled state legislative special elections that had been scheduled for June 23, 2020, as well as a special election for Queens Borough President. Later, Gov. Andrew Cuomo…

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Harvard Professor Broadcasts Religious Bigotry Against Homeschooling

April 23, 2020

A recent law review article about homeschooling has sparked controversy due to its extremist agenda and its unsupported stereotypes about homeschooling families. Elizabeth Bartholet, a professor at Harvard Law School, has penned an article in the Arizona Law Review entitled “Homeschooling: Parent Rights Absolutism vs. Child Rights to Protection and Education.” In that article, Bartholet…

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