Topic: Marriage and Family

NCAA Boycott Ends; Time for Texas to Pass SB 6

Following last night’s NCAA men’s basketball final in which the University of North Carolina Tarheels defeated the Gonzaga University Bulldogs, the NCAA announced they will restore...

Repeal-and-Replace of NC Privacy Law (HB 2): Left Furious, State Retains Control

March 30, 2017
Today, the North Carolina legislature voted to repeal and replace HB 2 in a compromise that doesn’t appear to lead to a violation of women’s and...

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...

Taxpayers to Court: Uphold Rule of Law on Marriage

March 1, 2017
In the only case of its kind in the nation, attorneys proved to the Texas Supreme Court this morning that city taxpayers are not legally required...

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...

Trump Rescinds Obama Public School Bathroom Rules

February 23, 2017
The Trump Administration rescinded today a set of Obama-era guidelines which put young men and boys into bathrooms and locker rooms with little girls in our...

FIVE REASONS WHY THE TAB’S REPORT ON THE TEXAS PRIVACY ACT WAS RATED ‘MOSTLY FALSE’

February 13, 2017
A Texas Association of Business report against the Texas Privacy Act (Senate Bill 6) was rated “Mostly False” by the Austin American Statesman’s PolitiFact staff. Key...

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...

Bathroom Policy Ruling: Dripping Springs ISD Must Turn Over Documents

January 30, 2017
Attorney General Sides with Parents in Dripping Springs Attorney General Ken Paxton released an opinion (OR2017-01919) late Friday stating that the Dripping Springs ISD must comply...