BREAKING: Bathroom Privacy Debate Hits San Antonio ISD; New Government Rule Sneaked In

With very little public notice, the San Antonio ISD voted to approve a new school policy that could allow boys into the girls’ showers, restrooms, locker rooms, changing areas, and...

Back to School: Know Your Bathroom Privacy and Religious Liberty Rights

While Texas public school classes are going back in session, the legislature has left its special session without passing essential privacy protections for our schools. This...

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...

Special Session Requested: Unfinished Business Forces Texas to Need Overtime for Key Issues

While the 85th Legislature regular session made moves on religious liberty and pro-life issues (mainly via amendments), privacy in school restrooms, showers, and locker rooms remains...

With 80 House Members Supporting Texas Privacy Bill, Speaker Straus Continues to Block the Will of the People

“You don’t negotiate when you have 80 co-authors,” Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said in a response to the Texas House Friday night. After House Speaker Joe...

‘More Must Be Done’ As Bathroom Privacy Amendment Does Not Address Problem

After the smoke cleared after Sunday evening, it was obvious the so-called “bathroom amendment” was no SB 6. Not even close. The Texas Values policy and...