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children drawing.  Oppose SB 2 and HB 2 these bills do not fund public education

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SB 2 and HB 2 threaten adequate funding for public education.  Property taxes constitute the primary funding source for public education in Texas.

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Protect the right to vote for ALL citizens. Urge your Senator to vote NO on the nomination of David Whitley as Secretary of State.  

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  • This bill, SB 15, would prohibit cities and counties from requiring certain benefits and protections for employees.  This relates to any form of employment leave (such as paid sick leave), hiring practices, employment benefits or other terms
Graphic with Allow a vote on medicaid

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Urge your representative and senator to support three Joint Resolutions (SJR 34, HJR 40, HJR 46) which would allow Texans to vote on Medicaid expansion.

Children jumping for joy.  Words: Support the Children's Health Care Coverage Bill.

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Please urge the Senate Health and Human Services Committee to save the children’s health coverage bill (CSHB 342) by attaching it to another bill moving through the Legislature!

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Our Texas election system cannot assure us of accurate and secure registered voter rolls. Modern systems exist in other states that are more accurate, safe and secure – and cost much less!

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All Texas children deserve to receive a high-quality education.

Women in row! Support Women's Health in Texas

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You can take action to urge the 86th Texas Legislature to continue to rebuild and augment the women’s healthcare safety net in Texas.  Numerous bills have been filed that impact women’s access to contracep

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Your State Senator & State Representative Wants to Hear from YOU – Tell Them Texas Needs Modern & Secure Elections

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