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We Reached Over 1 Million People This Year Thanks to You

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Because of your support and the action you have taken, we reached over 1 million people this year, educating them about the fight for their rights.

Thank you to all of our supporters for everything you do.

We will need you to answer the call again in 2019, but for now, from all of us here at Texas Watch, we hope you and yours have a blessed and restful holiday.

Session Update #2

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Things are moving fast at the Texas Capitol.

National Safety Advocate Supports Push for Auto Safety in Texas

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(Photo: National safety advocate Todd Tracy and Texas Watch Deputy Director Tara Lee)

National safety advocate and attorney Todd Tracy, who has testified before Congress seven times on auto safety measures, supported the effort to protect Texas families on our roads with another $50,000 contribution to the cause today. Texas Watch is working with a coalition of leading auto safety specialists, pushing for changes to our insurance laws in order to end abusive insurance schemes and corner cutting that costs lives. 

PRESS ADVISORY: AUTO SAFETY RALLY

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WHAT: Rally for automobile safety at the Texas Capitol.

WHEN: Tuesday, February 12th at 2 p.m.

WHERE: West lawn of the Texas Capitol at 12th and Colorado St.

WHO: Executive Director of the public safety group Texas Watch, Presidents of the Auto Body Association of Texas and the Houston Auto Body Association, as well as scores of concerned auto safety specialists from around the state.

How We Fight

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For 20 years, Texas Watch has fought for the rights of policyholders, consumers, and patients, advocating for public safety and full accountability through our courts as the Founders intended.

The Greatness of America

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Today, we celebrate the life of one of the greatest figures in history, a man who led the movement to hold America to its promise. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. knew that America was as great as its people -- all of its people. He gave his life for this sacred cause. Our debt to him and his family is immeasurable. 

The 86th Legislature: Day 1

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The 86th Legislature gaveled in yesterday, with the most notable development being a change of leadership in the Texas House. We spoke with friends throughout the Texas Capitol - old and new - and wished them success in the intense months ahead. 

Press Release: Leading Non-Profits Host Documentary Screening to Raise Awareness about Veterans Suffering from Toxic Burn Pit Exposure

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Burn Pits 360 and Texas Watch are co-hosting a screening this evening of Delay, Deny, Hope You Die: How America Poisoned Its Soldiers.

Episode 21: Protecting our Veterans' Safety

When Leroy Torres first arrived on the Balad military base in Iraq, he said he immediately noticed the smell. It was coming from the base’s burn pit, a pile of everything disposed of on a base, including trash, medical waste, chemicals, and more, which was set ablaze and burned all day, every day. Soon after arriving in Iraq, Leroy fell ill and doctors didn’t have the answers for his symptoms.