Lobbying the Texas Legislature

One responsibility of THSC is not only to protect the established laws that safeguard the right to home school in Texas—and ultimately the right of all parents to direct the care, custody, and education of their children—but it is also to fight for new laws that expand the freedoms of parents in this great state.

THSC acts as a GUARDIAN over the pro-parental rights and home schooling laws already established.

THSC acts as a WATCHDOG over upcoming legislation that could affect your rights as a home schooler and as a parent.

THSC acts as a WARRIOR to move forward legislation that will expand your parental freedoms in Texas.

Read the latest legislative updates:

Cutting Through the Red Tape: Protecting Your Free Speech

THSC Federal Suit Against TEC Moves Forward

Posted on Aug 27th, 2015 - By Tim Lambert

Last year, THSC sued the Texas Ethics Commission (TEC) in Federal Court over the issue of free speech for nonprofit groups who participate in…

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City of Euless

Attend Hearing Tonight to End Daytime Curfew in Euless

Posted on Aug 25th, 2015 - By THSC Webmaster

URGENT: IF YOU LIVE IN EULESS, PLEASE ATTEND EULESS CITY COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2015 at 7PM Euless City Hall, Council Chambers 201 N…

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Faith, Family and Freedom Tour in Texas

Are traditional values no longer the majority?

Posted on Aug 20th, 2015 - By Tim Lambert

Are people with traditional values now the minority? Many people of faith I speak to express appalled and sometimes fearful emotions at what they…

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Tutt Family Journey infographic

Tutt Family Update: Hope for a Dismissed Case

Posted on Aug 13th, 2015 - By Tim Lambert

The Texas Supreme Court recently issued a stay in the Tutt case, preventing the case from going to trial. The attorney representing the Tutts had…

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Keep Informed: 2015 Legislative Session Summary

Posted on Jun 18th, 2015 - By Jeremy Newman

With the 84th Legislative Session behind us, the debate about victories vs. disappointments is picking up in full force. Whether on the parental…

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