Tag Archives: SB 6

Faith and Family Day Highlights Need to Protect Privacy, Religious Freedom, and Life

March 17, 2017
Texas Values along with a coalition of 13 other pro-family organizations hosted the Texas Faith and Family Day on Thursday to help grassroots supporters of pro-family...

Texas Privacy Act (SB 6) Clears Senate! Next Stop: Texas House

By a vote of 21-10, and after an afternoon full of lively debate, the full Texas Senate approved the Texas Privacy Act, SB 6 by Senator...

Senate Committee Passes Texas Privacy Act (SB 6) in 8-1 Vote

In the early hours of Wednesday, March 8, just before 5 a.m., the Texas Senate State Affairs Committee passed the Texas Privacy Act (SB 6), after...

SB 6 Supporters Call For Protecting Privacy in Video Series

March 3, 2017
“It makes me feel very, very uncomfortable,” Shiloh, a fourth grader, said about her elementary school’s recent bathroom policy, which now allows boys into the girls’...

Leading House Republican Seems to be Ok with Letting Men in Girls’ Bathrooms

February 24, 2017
Many Texans were concerned this week when Rep. John Zerwas said he refuses to support the privacy and safety of Texans in public schools and buildings...

University Distances Itself from TAB’s Unauthorized Use of Student Data

February 21, 2017
The Texas Association of Business is again in trouble on the bathroom privacy issue. In a letter, St. Edward’s University (SEU) claimed a Texas Association of...

Bathroom Falsehoods Exposed by Liberal Media

February 7, 2017
Citing a “Mostly False” rating by PolitiFact, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Sen. Lois Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) hosted a press conference Monday to repudiate bogus claims and...

Six Essential Facts About Senate Bill 6 (Texas Privacy Act)

January 26, 2017
The Texas Privacy Act (Senate Bill 6) gives Texas Legislators the opportunity to stand up for common-sense values and defend Texas’ culture of business freedom. We...