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Giving secular Texans a voice in government 

The Secular Coalition for Texas brings together secular Texans to influence government officials, legislation, and regulations. Some of the most egregious violations of chuch and state are being promoted and passed on the state level. We need your help to see real change in Austin and across Texas.

The Texas state legislature is not in session this year and will reconvene in 2017. 

Secular Caucus at Democratic Convention a Historic First

The first ever Secular Caucus will take place at the Texas Democratic Convention next week. This is our chance to educate a major political party on the rapidly growing secular voting bloc, the issues we care about, and the values we stand for. 

Three of our secular resolutions are under consideration to be incorporated into the party's official platform:  Read more about Secular Caucus at Democratic Convention a Historic First

Texas Independence from Religious Governance

It’s been 180 years since Texans claimed their version of American freedom in a move that closely mirrors the American Revolution itself, driven largely by a tyranny of religion and economically unreasonable taxation. Reasons for separation from the Crown of England only 60 years prior were essentially reconfirmed on the Western frontier during the Texas Revolution. Read more about Texas Independence from Religious Governance

Feb. 23 Houston Black Non-Believers host Day of Solidarity

What: 4TH Annual National Day of Solidarity for Black Nonbelievers 

Texas "Merry Christmas" Bill

The Texas Legislature is currently considering House Bill 308—the “Merry Christmas Bill”—filed by State Representative Dwayne Bohac of Houston (R-District 138), and its companion Senate Bill 665 by State Senator Robert Nichols of Jacksonville (R-District 3).

Read the text of the bill here: http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/tlodocs/83R/billtext/html/HB00308I.htm

Supporters of the bill: http://www.merrychristmasbill.com/ Read more about Texas "Merry Christmas" Bill

Secular Caucus at Democratic Convention a Historic First

The first ever Secular Caucus will take place at the Texas Democratic Convention next week. This is our chance to educate a major political party on the rapidly growing secular voting bloc, the issues we care about, and the values we stand for. 

Three of our secular resolutions are under consideration to be incorporated into the party's official platform:  Read more about Secular Caucus at Democratic Convention a Historic First

Texas Independence from Religious Governance

It’s been 180 years since Texans claimed their version of American freedom in a move that closely mirrors the American Revolution itself, driven largely by a tyranny of religion and economically unreasonable taxation. Reasons for separation from the Crown of England only 60 years prior were essentially reconfirmed on the Western frontier during the Texas Revolution. Read more about Texas Independence from Religious Governance

Feb. 23 Houston Black Non-Believers host Day of Solidarity

What: 4TH Annual National Day of Solidarity for Black Nonbelievers 

Texas "Merry Christmas" Bill

The Texas Legislature is currently considering House Bill 308—the “Merry Christmas Bill”—filed by State Representative Dwayne Bohac of Houston (R-District 138), and its companion Senate Bill 665 by State Senator Robert Nichols of Jacksonville (R-District 3).

Read the text of the bill here: http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/tlodocs/83R/billtext/html/HB00308I.htm

Supporters of the bill: http://www.merrychristmasbill.com/ Read more about Texas "Merry Christmas" Bill

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