Lt. Governor Patrick Announces Interim Charge Focused on Religious Liberty

Today, Lt. Governor Dan Patrick released his final list of interim legislative charges he is asking the Texas Senate to study in advance of the 2019...

The Battle Over Bathrooms Is Far From Over

A high school boy is standing in his underwear about to put on his gym clothes when he notices a female student, also in a state of undress,...

Bathroom Privacy Becomes An Election Issue

After being denied a chance to have this discussion on the floor of the Texas House, a Saturday panel discussion was a welcome sight that included...

Texas Business Reps: We Support Privacy Protection

A list of businesspersons released this morning shows growing support for efforts to protect privacy in showers, bathrooms, and locker rooms in government buildings and public...

Texas Women Leading the Charge to Protect Privacy

Texas women are taking the lead when it comes to protecting privacy and dignity in our showers, restrooms, and locker rooms. As just one recent example...

Business Hypocrisy Called Out As House Leadership Runs Out of Reasons to Block Privacy Legislation

Now that House State Affairs Committee Chairman Byron Cook has been confronted for his refusal to schedule the Texas Privacy Act for a committee hearing, the...