Since early January, the THSC policy team stood guard over the 2019 Texas legislative session in Austin. Here is the 2019 legislative summary for Texas families! The THSC Watchmen spent six months in Austin reviewing [...]
HB 1115 by Rep. James White would provides guidance to law enforcement about where a child should be placed if he/she is with an adult who gets arrested.
For the third consecutive legislative session, the organization representing divorce lawyers in Texas, the Texas Family Law Foundation, filed a bill that would have made every family a target of in-laws who disagree with the legitimate parenting decisions of fit parents.
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.
Pro-Family Reforms: The THSC Watchmen are doubling their efforts to pass THSC’s pro-family reform bills through the Texas Senate.
Homeschool families pay property taxes to fund the public schools and UIL extracurricular activities, yet they do not have access to those activities.
The THSC Watchmen helped run Faith and Family Day at the Capitol, where 350 attendees lobbied for pro-family legislation.
The deadline to file legislation has passed. Despite the big talk from the Texas media and advocacy groups, no bills coming after homeschoolers were filed.
Over 200 homeschoolers joined the THSC Watchmen at the Texas Capitol for the March 2019 Capitol Days event and advocated for freedom.
The THSC Watchmen visited all 181 Texas legislative offices asking for co-authors and sponsors on THSC’s priorities that will protect families.