'Chick-Fil-A' Bill Passes The Texas House, Moves To Governor Abbott's DeskIn a 79-62 vote, the Texas House today passed Senate Bill 1978, best known as the #SaveChickFilA bill.
Texas Bans Clergy From Executions After SCOTUS Ruling Regarding Patrick Murphy CaseThe Texas Department of Criminal Justice says effective immediately it will only permit security staff into the death chamber because of the high court's ruling staying the execution of Patrick Murphy.
'Opposite Of Tolerance': Texas AG Investigating San Antonio's Banning Of Chick-fil-A At AirportLast Thursday, the San Antonio City Council voted to remove Chick-fil-A from a new airport concessionaire contract, citing Chick-fil-A owners’ religious beliefs.
Top Companies Urge Texas Lawmakers To Reconsider Religious Exemption BillsCorporate giants including Google, Amazon and IBM joined Texas businesses and more than a dozen local chambers of commerce in a letter to lawmakers Wednesday.
Tarrant County Republicans Vote Not To Oust Muslim Vice ChairmanShahid Shafi, a surgeon and City Council member in Southlake, will maintain his position after a small, but vocal minority in the county GOP called for his removal because of his faith.
Tarrant County Republicans Expected To Vote Thursday On Removal Of Muslim Vice ChairmanRepublicans in Tarrant County are scheduled to decide whether to remove a Muslim doctor as a party vice chairman amid infighting over some members' claims about his beliefs.
Frisco ISD Says Prayer Room For All Students Frisco ISD’s superintendent is accusing the Texas Attorney General’s Office of engaging in a “publicity stunt” after it send the district a letter questioning the legality of an on campus prayer room.
Frisco ISD Refutes Texas AG's Muslim Prayer Room ConcernsA Texas school district says Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton is raising unfounded concerns about religious freedom over a spare classroom where Muslim students pray.
Governor Abbott Writes To AG Paxton, Backs Police Religious MottosGovernor Greg Abbott is voicing his support for a Texas police department displaying "In God We Trust" on its patrol vehicles.
Texas Looking To Legalize Marijuana; "Because God Made It"In what's being called the biggest surprise of this year's legislative season, the house panel voted to legalize marijuana. The bill's author, a Republican, says marijuana should to be used "for God’s glory" outside of government restrictions.
Democrat Senator Delays Texas Anti-Gay Marriage BillThe gay marriage bill brawl isn't ending anytime soon. S.B. 2065 was "tagged" this morning by Sen. Jose Menéndez.