During the most recent legislative session, one of THSC’s top priorities was passing the Child Trauma Prevention Act. Unfortunately despite our efforts, the bill failed due to immense inaction by many lawmakers. In short, the [...]
About Meagan CorserA homeschool graduate, Meagan serves on THSC’s policy team as a policy analyst focusing on issues related to Child Protective Services (CPS). Meagan first served with THSC in 2017 on the THSC Watchmen team as a legislative analyst. Meagan is a former debater, avid researcher, and law enthusiast.
CPS Lacks Evidence: Texas law: a child can be removed even if a judge believes that it is more likely than not that no abuse or neglect occurred.
The 85th Texas Legislative Session closed with significant progress reforming the Child Protective Services (CPS) system and protecting Texas families. THSC worked with legislators, attorneys, judges, advocates, organizations and agencies to pass substantial CPS reform, [...]
Victories in the Texas Legislature - 2017 Texas Legislative session During the 2017 Texas Legislative session, important CPS reform bills SB 999 and SB 11 passed through the second legislative chamber and are [...]
As passed by the House, THSC supports House Bill 7 and looks forward to continuing to work on the bill throughout the legislative process.
HB 4100 authored by home school mom and state Representative Stephanie Klick, is designed to protect parents from being unjustly placed on the registry.
The Parent-Child Protection Act is now officially filed in the Texas Legislature. Read what this means for Texas home school families battling CPS.
The primary purpose of the bill is to close a loophole that CPS exploited to unnecessarily visit homes if they receive an anonymous tip.
On February 3rd, 2017, Senator Lois Kolkhorst of House District 18 filed two essential bills to protect the rights of families in CPS cases.