Legislation to prevent drag shows from targeting children has not had a hearing in the House.
Biden to Send Troops to Border to Help Process Illegal Aliens
With Title 42 coming to an end, President Biden has approved sending 1,500 troops to help Border Patrol.
School District Promoted LGBTQ Chat Rooms on Its Website
After an article circulated about Charlotte ISD’s web page, the links and resources were removed from the district’s website.
Legislation Placing Armed Security Guards in Schools Passes the House
After almost a year since the Robb Elementary School shooting, Texas legislators are passing legislation aimed at protecting students.
AG Paxton Joins 22 States in Protecting Women’s Sports
After a lower court dismissed the case and the 2nd U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the dismissal, a Tennessee-led amicus brief was filed to protect women’s sports.
Legislation Bringing Prayer Back to Schools Passes the Senate
“Our schools are not God-free zones.” – State Sen. Mayes Middleton
Texas State University Sued for First Amendment Violations
An organization has filed a lawsuit against the university because of two policies they say are designed to stifle free speech.
Ban on Critical Race Theory in Higher Education Heads to Texas House
After days of debate on SB 16, the Senate has passed the priority measure.
Texas Judge Blocks FDA From Approving an Abortion-inducing Drug
Following a ruling allowing Texas abortion groups to resume funding out-of-state abortions, a Texas judge ruled to halt mifepristone from being approved.
Texas Abortion Groups to Restart Funding for Out-of-state Abortions
After a lengthy battle, federal judge Robert Pitman granted an injunction preventing Paxton and eight other district attorneys from bringing criminal charges to the groups.