2024 Pro-Family Priorities


Kentucky’s 2024 General Assembly is underway, and our team at The Family Foundation is hard at work educating and advocating for pro-family polices that will honor the Lord and point people back to God’s good design for the wellbeing of our fellow Kentuckians. We are thankful for the many legislators who have boldly led by filing numerous pro-family bills. Likewise, we are honored to promote the good work of these bill sponsors and help raise awareness as to the important issues their proposed legislation addresses.

Please see bills below that The Family Foundation has identified as our priority pro-family bills of 2024

If enacted, these bills will (1) create a compassionate pro-life culture that values the dignity of all and supports families; (2) promote educational freedom; (3) uphold parental rights; (4) protect children; (5) restore religious liberty; and (6) make Kentucky a better place for our families.


Please consider joining us in supporting these good pieces of legislation and their sponsors. We know from years of experience that when you contact your elected officials by phone, email, or in-person regarding issues you care about, they do listen. On our action center page, you can easily contact your elected officials about current issues. Thank you for taking the time to get involved—your efforts will make a difference!


Double Your IMpact By Calling Legislative Message Line

Step 1

Call 800-372-7181

Step 2

Ask to leave a message for the legislators in your county.

Step 3

Tell them the bill number or issue you would like to leave a message about.

Step 4

Tell them how YOU would like YOUR legislators to vote.

YOU Can Have An Impact!

Your call to the Legislative Message Line (1-800-372-7181) should take about one minute. (TIP: Only discuss one bill or issue per call.) It takes less time and is easier than ordering a pizza! You’re only leaving a message for your legislators with a receptionist – don’t be afraid, you don’t have to be a debater, just a message giver.

Here are a few tips making it easy:

BE KIND – You can be firm, but be polite. Your legislator wants to hear from you (your vote is important to them), so do not give a reason to ignore your message by having a bad attitude.

BE DIRECT – You do not have to have the bill number, particularly in the early stages of the Session when bill numbers have not all been assigned. Just state clearly what you want done.