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As our state’s economy thrives and our population booms, Texas families and communities face new threats to their physical and financial safety. On the road, on the job, and in the home, Texans are looking for meaningful protections and strong accountability measures. So, priority one for lawmakers should be to adopt common sense steps to put the safety of Texas families and small business owners first.

Fight for a Safe Texas

The freedom to raise a family, build a business, and thrive in the Texas economy is only possible if our citizens’ physical and financial safety is protected. Tell your legislator to put families and businesses first by adopting common sense policies that protect our roads, homes, and businesses.

Latest from Safety

  • Survey: Justice for Flint residents?

    Thursday, February 11, 2016

    Residents of Flint, Michigan are looking for justice after the contamination of their water supply. But, they may not find it. Shielded by the well-established principle of "sovereign immunity," the state of Michigan is immune to lawsuits except in a very limited number of cases. As a result, Flint residents must face enormous obstacles in their pursuit of justice. 

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  • The New Texas Watch Website

    Tuesday, January 26, 2016

    Last August, we asked what you wanted to see in a new Texas Watch website.

  • Taking Action on School Bus Safety

    Sunday, December 13, 2015

    Earlier this year, a tragic Houston ISD bus crash killed two students. The bus lacked seat belts – just like most school buses on the road in Texas.