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Protecting Your Right to Choose

Advances in modern medicine, including vaccines, have touched the life of nearly every person on the planet. Communicable diseases have had a tremendous impact on human history. While vaccines have received the credit for reducing the threat of communicable disease, they, like all medical interventions, carry a risk of injury. Texans for Vaccine Choice exists to protect and advance informed consent, medical privacy, and vaccine choice.

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Louisiana Senate Unanimously Passes Bill to End State Cooperation with UN and WHO

The Louisiana Senate recently passed Senate Bill 133 (SB133) with unanimous support. Introduced by Senator Thomas Pressly, the bill aims to terminate state and local cooperation with rules and mandates imposed by international organizations, including the United Nations (UN) and the World Health Organization (WHO). SB133 unequivocally asserts that these international entities shall have no

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Tennessee Legislature Passes Bill Prohibiting Vaccines in Food

The Tennessee Legislature’s recent passage of HB1894, a bill requiring any food product containing vaccine material be labeled a “drug”, underscores the importance of informed consent for consumers. The measure, which awaits Governor Bill Lee’s signature, addresses concerns about potential health risks associated with vaccines in produce, as well as meat from livestock that have

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Don’t Forget About Our Resources!

Texans for Vaccine Choice is more than just a political advocacy group. We’ve also dedicated nearly a decade to equipping Texans with the information they need to make informed decisions about their healthcare. While our main focus for the past few months has been on informing voters about candidates who prioritize medical liberty and informed

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Common Voter Questions

How do I know if I am registered to vote? If you can’t remember if you’re already registered to vote, use the Am I Registered? website to confirm.  How do I register to vote? You can register in person at your County Elections office. (In many Texas counties, the Tax Assessor-Collector is also the Voter

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RPT Convention 101

Gaylyn Devine tells you everything you need to know about what to expect at the RPT Convention in May. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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