Join the Boycott Target Movement

Texas Values has announced we are calling all Texans to boycott Target stores. On April 19th, Target announced their new policy that invites men that ‘identify’ as women to use women’s bathrooms and dressing rooms. Since then, with your activism, Texas Values has helped Texans send tens of thousands of emails and phone calls to Target...

Texas Values Calls on Texans to Boycott Target

Austin, TX, May 4, 2016 – Today, Texas Values is calling for all Texans to boycott Target stores. On April 19th, Target announced their new policy...

Over 8,000 Texans Pray, Commit to Vote at Capitol Rally with Rev. Franklin Graham

Today, over 8,000 Texans rallied at the Capitol for Rev. Franklin Graham’s Decision America Tour. Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, and many other state...

Rep. Scott Sanford Joins 4-16-16 edition of Texas Values Report

On the  4-16-16 edition of the “Texas Values Report with Jonathan Saenz,” Jonathan spoke with Texas State Rep. Scott Sanford about his open letter, joined by over 100...

Elected Officials To NFL & Disney: Stop Religious Freedom Attacks

Texas State Representative Scott Sanford, author of the Pastor Protection law, joined by over 100 state legislators from across the country, sent an open letter to...

After North Carolina Executive Order, ACLU Suit All About Bathrooms

Yesterday, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory issued an executive order to respond to LGBT and ACLU concerns regarding North Carolina HB 2 law that addresses issues...

Texas Values Praises Forney City Council’s Decision to Display ‘In God We Trust’

The Forney City Council has unanimously approved a resolution to place ‘In God We Trust’ on city vehicles, including police and fire department vehicles. Texas Attorney...

Mississippi Governor Signs Religious Freedom Law

Momentum builds in States to Protect Freedom to Believe Today, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed an important religious freedom law (HB 1523, the Protecting Freedom of...

Stand with North Carolina

Common sense can get you in a lot of trouble these days! Gov. Pat McCrory of North Carolina is under a lot of pressure from activists...

Texas Values statement on Georgia governor’s veto of religious liberty bill

On Monday morning, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal vetoed a bill that would have protected religious freedom for Georgia’s churches, clergy, faith-based entities, and citizens. Following the...

Join the Boycott Target Movement

Texas Values has announced we are calling all Texans to boycott Target stores. On April 19th, Target announced their new policy that invites men that ‘identify’...

Texas Values Calls on Texans to Boycott Target

Austin, TX, May 4, 2016 – Today, Texas Values is calling for all Texans to boycott Target stores. On April 19th, Target announced their new policy...

Over 8,000 Texans Pray, Commit to Vote at Capitol Rally with Rev. Franklin Graham

Today, over 8,000 Texans rallied at the Capitol for Rev. Franklin Graham’s Decision America Tour. Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, and many other state...

Rep. Scott Sanford Joins 4-16-16 edition of Texas Values Report

On the  4-16-16 edition of the “Texas Values Report with Jonathan Saenz,” Jonathan spoke with Texas State Rep. Scott Sanford about his open letter, joined by over 100...

Elected Officials To NFL & Disney: Stop Religious Freedom Attacks

Texas State Representative Scott Sanford, author of the Pastor Protection law, joined by over 100 state legislators from across the country, sent an open letter to...

After North Carolina Executive Order, ACLU Suit All About Bathrooms

Yesterday, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory issued an executive order to respond to LGBT and ACLU concerns regarding North Carolina HB 2 law that addresses issues...

Texas Values Praises Forney City Council’s Decision to Display ‘In God We Trust’

The Forney City Council has unanimously approved a resolution to place ‘In God We Trust’ on city vehicles, including police and fire department vehicles. Texas Attorney...

Mississippi Governor Signs Religious Freedom Law

Momentum builds in States to Protect Freedom to Believe Today, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed an important religious freedom law (HB 1523, the Protecting Freedom of...

Stand with North Carolina

Common sense can get you in a lot of trouble these days! Gov. Pat McCrory of North Carolina is under a lot of pressure from activists...

Texas Values statement on Georgia governor’s veto of religious liberty bill

On Monday morning, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal vetoed a bill that would have protected religious freedom for Georgia’s churches, clergy, faith-based entities, and citizens. Following the...

Join the Boycott Target Movement

Texas Values has announced we are calling all Texans to boycott Target stores. On April 19th, Target announced their new policy that invites men that ‘identify’...

Texas Values Calls on Texans to Boycott Target

Austin, TX, May 4, 2016 – Today, Texas Values is calling for all Texans to boycott Target stores. On April 19th, Target announced their new policy...

Over 8,000 Texans Pray, Commit to Vote at Capitol Rally with Rev. Franklin Graham

Today, over 8,000 Texans rallied at the Capitol for Rev. Franklin Graham’s Decision America Tour. Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, and many other state...

Rep. Scott Sanford Joins 4-16-16 edition of Texas Values Report

On the  4-16-16 edition of the “Texas Values Report with Jonathan Saenz,” Jonathan spoke with Texas State Rep. Scott Sanford about his open letter, joined by over 100...

Elected Officials To NFL & Disney: Stop Religious Freedom Attacks

Texas State Representative Scott Sanford, author of the Pastor Protection law, joined by over 100 state legislators from across the country, sent an open letter to...

After North Carolina Executive Order, ACLU Suit All About Bathrooms

Yesterday, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory issued an executive order to respond to LGBT and ACLU concerns regarding North Carolina HB 2 law that addresses issues...

Texas Values Praises Forney City Council’s Decision to Display ‘In God We Trust’

The Forney City Council has unanimously approved a resolution to place ‘In God We Trust’ on city vehicles, including police and fire department vehicles. Texas Attorney...

Mississippi Governor Signs Religious Freedom Law

Momentum builds in States to Protect Freedom to Believe Today, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed an important religious freedom law (HB 1523, the Protecting Freedom of...

Stand with North Carolina

Common sense can get you in a lot of trouble these days! Gov. Pat McCrory of North Carolina is under a lot of pressure from activists...

Texas Values statement on Georgia governor’s veto of religious liberty bill

On Monday morning, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal vetoed a bill that would have protected religious freedom for Georgia’s churches, clergy, faith-based entities, and citizens. Following the...

Join the Boycott Target Movement

Texas Values has announced we are calling all Texans to boycott Target stores. On April 19th, Target announced their new policy that invites men that ‘identify’...

Texas Values Calls on Texans to Boycott Target

Austin, TX, May 4, 2016 – Today, Texas Values is calling for all Texans to boycott Target stores. On April 19th, Target announced their new policy...

Over 8,000 Texans Pray, Commit to Vote at Capitol Rally with Rev. Franklin Graham

Today, over 8,000 Texans rallied at the Capitol for Rev. Franklin Graham’s Decision America Tour. Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, and many other state...

Rep. Scott Sanford Joins 4-16-16 edition of Texas Values Report

On the  4-16-16 edition of the “Texas Values Report with Jonathan Saenz,” Jonathan spoke with Texas State Rep. Scott Sanford about his open letter, joined by over 100...

Elected Officials To NFL & Disney: Stop Religious Freedom Attacks

Texas State Representative Scott Sanford, author of the Pastor Protection law, joined by over 100 state legislators from across the country, sent an open letter to...

After North Carolina Executive Order, ACLU Suit All About Bathrooms

Yesterday, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory issued an executive order to respond to LGBT and ACLU concerns regarding North Carolina HB 2 law that addresses issues...

Texas Values Praises Forney City Council’s Decision to Display ‘In God We Trust’

The Forney City Council has unanimously approved a resolution to place ‘In God We Trust’ on city vehicles, including police and fire department vehicles. Texas Attorney...

Mississippi Governor Signs Religious Freedom Law

Momentum builds in States to Protect Freedom to Believe Today, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed an important religious freedom law (HB 1523, the Protecting Freedom of...

Stand with North Carolina

Common sense can get you in a lot of trouble these days! Gov. Pat McCrory of North Carolina is under a lot of pressure from activists...

Texas Values statement on Georgia governor’s veto of religious liberty bill

On Monday morning, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal vetoed a bill that would have protected religious freedom for Georgia’s churches, clergy, faith-based entities, and citizens. Following the...
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Pro-life Success, Marriage and Religious Freedom Updates

May 29, 2015
Pro-Life Judicial Bypass Reform Passes, Insurance Reform Dies

An important pro-life bill supported by Texas Values Action, HB 3994 sponsored by Rep. Geanie Morrison and Sen. Charles Perry, passed the Texas Senate this week. The bill has a final procedural step in the House and then will be headed to Governor Abbott’s desk to be signed. HB 3994 gives pregnant minors and parents protections from the broken judicial bypass system that allows minors to seek permission from a judge to undergo secret abortions without any parental involvement. Current Texas Law requires both parental consent and notice before an elective abortion, but pregnant minors may get permission from a judge to undergo the abortion without any parental involvement. The abortion industry and activist pro-abortion lawyers have been abusing this judicial bypass process and exploiting parental rights. The bill would close these harmful loopholes and better protect pregnant minors. Read more.

Unfortunately, another important pro-life bill, SB 575, failed to be taken up for a vote in the Texas House this week, killing the bill. SB 575 would have brought pro-life reform to the Texas insurance market by removing automatic coverage for abortion from health insurance plans to ensure Texans’

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Tell Target Your Concerns Over Allowing Men into Women's Bathrooms

Target has announced they now invite men that 'identify' as women to use women’s bathrooms and dressing rooms in their stores across the county. Target's policy will be responsible for placing the safety of women and children at in their stores in jeopardy. Take action and share your concerns with Target.
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Tell Senate No Vote on Obama's Supreme Court Nominee

President Obama has announced his nomination to replace Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court. In the midst of this critically important Presidential election, with our precious constitutional freedoms on the line, it is vitally important that We the People have a say. The U.S. Senate should not consider any Supreme Court nominee until the people have voted and a new President is in office.
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Commit to stand with David and Edie Delorme

Kern's Bake Shop, a family owned bakery in Longview, has come under attack because the owners, David and Edie Delorme who are devout Christians, politely declined to bake a cake for a gay "wedding." Sign our petition to stand with David and Edie Delorme and commit to encourage them with your prayers.
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Petition: No Men in Women's Bathrooms

Despite the resounding victory for common sense in Houston, the Dallas City Council just approved a similar LGBT Bathroom ordinance to Houston’s that will threaten safety and freedom in Dallas. Add your name to our No Men in Women’s Bathrooms petition and join our stand for common sense Texas values
Sign the Petition

Encourage Texas Leaders to Preserve Religious Freedom

It is vitally important to ensure that the government does not discriminate against anyone for simply believing in marriage between a man and a woman. Thankfully, some elected leaders in Texas, including our Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General, have taken important steps to protect the religious freedom rights of Texans. Please thank and encourage Gov. Abbott, Lt. Gov. Patrick, and Attorney General Paxton.
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Texas Values Calls on Texans to Boycott Target

May 4, 2016
Austin, TX, May 4, 2016 – Today, Texas Values is calling for...

Over 8,000 Texans Pray, Commit to Vote at Capitol Rally with Rev. Franklin Graham

Apr 26, 2016
Today, over 8,000 Texans rallied at the Capitol for Rev. Franklin Graham’s...

Elected Officials To NFL & Disney: Stop Religious Freedom Attacks

Apr 14, 2016
Texas State Representative Scott Sanford, author of the Pastor Protection law, joined...

After North Carolina Executive Order, ACLU Suit All About Bathrooms

Apr 13, 2016
Yesterday, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory issued an executive order to respond...

Texas Values Praises Forney City Council’s Decision to Display ‘In God We Trust’

Apr 7, 2016
The Forney City Council has unanimously approved a resolution to place ‘In...