CONTACT: For press inquiries, to set up interviews or to sign up for e-mail press releases, please e-mail TFN Communications Director Dan Quinn or call 512-322-0545.
TFN President Condemns Texas House Vote for Child Welfare Services Bill that Protects a Sweeping Right to Discriminate Against LGBT TexansShare
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 9, 2017 Texas Freedom Network President Kathy Miller is warning that the Texas House’s approval of HB3859 on second reading today would open the door to broad discrimination by child welfare service providers that contract with the state. The House must give final approval on third reading before sending it to the Senate. Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 9, 2017
This morning the Guttmacher Institute released a report showing that Texas and Kansas top all 50 states in the number of anti-abortion restrictions that are premised on assertions not supported by rigorous scientific evidence.
Guttmacher’s press release is online here.
The article is online here.
Following is a statement from Texas Freedom Network President Kathy Miller:
“This study shows that the worst fears of women’s reproductive health care advocates were true. It’s appalling that Texas is the worst state in the country for using misinformation and outright lies to pass laws that close clinics and make it harder, and in some cases almost impossible, for women to access safe, legal abortion care. To change this, Texas voters must know what’s happening and hold lawmakers accountable for lying to them.”
The Texas Freedom Network is a nonpartisan, grassroots organization of religious and community leaders who support religious freedom, individual liberties and public education.… Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUSTIN - The Texas Freedom Network is hailing the State Board of Education’s final approval today of science curriculum standards that – for the first time in decades – no longer include misleading requirements designed to undermine the teaching of evolution. Read More
Texas Freedom Network Statement on Texas State Board of Education Preliminary Vote on Science StandardsShare
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Today the State Board of Education gave preliminary approval to revised science curriculum standards that mostly align with compromise language offered by teachers and scientists on a state-appointed curriculum writing team. If approved on a final vote Friday, the revised standards would largely remove curriculum standards the state board added in 2009 in an effort to undermine instruction on evolution in science classrooms. Read More
Board Must Choose Between Anti-Evolution Pressure Group and Texas Teachers Read More