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Act Now: Justice for Survivors of White Coat Rape

In Texas, hospitals can be accountability-free zones for rapists in white coats. Sign the petition now. Read More »

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#GivingTuesday is  only a week away! This year, fight for a #safetexas by donating here: http://ow.ly/V20zv Read More »


Filing a Wildfire Insurance Claim

The Hidden Pines wildfire in Bastrop County is now 80% contained. As families and businesses begin the process of rebuilding, here are some tips for property owners when dealing with their insurance company. Read More »


DuPont Fatal Chemical Leak Preventable

The U.S. Chemical and Safety Board report says DuPont could have and should have saved the lives of the four workers who died after a chemical leak in its La Porte, Texas plant. Read More »

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Next Tuesday, millions of Americans will donate to important causes for #GivingTuesday.

This year, we ask you fight for Texas families and businesses by donating here for #GivingTuesday.

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At Texas Watch, we fight for a safer Texas. Whether we’re advocating for safe roads, standing for policyholder protections, or ensuring that all Texans can get the justice they deserve, we work for a safe Texas for Texas families and businesses.

Thanks to supporters like you, we successfully fought for Texans’ access to the courts and safety in the workplace this session. But, our work is far from over.

By donating here on #GivingTuesday, you can help spark meaningful reform to help Texas families and businesses.  donate now button 2


Posted November 24, 2015


Episode 10: Losing America in the Fine Print


“I can’t believe this is America.” 

“I have disappointed Thomas Jefferson and John Adams.” 

A New York Times three-part series is bringing much needed attention to the dangers of forced arbitration. This month, we asked arbitration expert Paul Bland how Americans are losing their constitutional rights in the fine print of their most innocuous transactions.


Posted November 22, 2015

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Veterans Day 2015: Events Across Texas

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On Veterans Day, we honor the brave men and women who have dedicated their lives to preserving our constitutional rights. Their sacrifices help protect our Right to a Trial by Jury. In addition to standing by the Seventh Amendment, we should never forget to stand by our troops. Continue Reading »

Posted November 10, 2015

Eye on Texas Blog

ACT NOW: Restore Justice for Survivors of White Coat Rape

Rape is Not Health Care

Sign the petition to ensure justice for survivors of white coat rape!

In Texas, hospitals can be accountability-free zones for rapists in white coats. 

Laura, a Houston mother of two, says she was raped by her doctor at Ben Taub Medical Center in November 2013. Reports now reveal that his employer knew of a previous sexual assault allegation against the doctor before placing him at Ben Taub.  Continue Reading »

Posted November 10, 2015

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Court Watch, a program of the Foundation, documents the role and impact of the Texas civil court system on Texas families and Texas public policy. Read More »