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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Nov. 28, 2022: TFVC ANNOUNCES HIRING OF MEDICAL LIBERTY CHAMPION MICHELLE EVANS

Keller, TX. November 28, 2022 – Texans for Vaccine Choice is excited to announce the hiring of Michelle Evans as Legislative Director for the upcoming 2023 Session. Longtime followers will remember Michelle as one of the three original founders of TFVC in 2015. In those early days, she was instrumental in the group’s success in …

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2022 General Election Victories

Throughout the entire 2022 election cycle, TFVC has led the way with our Voter Guide, filled with candidates who PERSONALLY SIGNED our Vaccine Choice Protection Pledge. Now that the cycle has concluded, we are happy to report THIRTY-THREE FREEDOM FIGHTER VICTORIES! Congratulations on a job well done! TFVC looks forward to advancing informed consent, medical …

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November 2022 General Election Voter Information

The fight for your rights begins at the ballot box! Print out your TFVC General Election and Local Election Voter Guides to find the candidates who have signed the TFVC Vaccine Choice Protection Pledge. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD AND PRINT YOUR VOTER GUIDES! Not sure which districts are yours? CLICK HERE to find out! Not sure where to vote? CLICK HERE to find …

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Helpful Tips for Religious Exemptions for Employer Vaccine Policies

Texans for Vaccine Choice and our network of professionals have helped countless Texans obtain exemptions for employer mandates. This article outlines our best advice in navigating the most common questions we receive in the exemption process. TFVC continues to receive inquiries from Texans being threatened with mandate-related job loss, so please reach out if we …

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2023 Legislative Priorities for the 88th Session

As a reminder, Texans for Vaccine Choice exists to protect and advance informed consent, medical privacy, and vaccine choice. Our 2023 Legislative Priorities reflect the three pillars of that mission: Informed Consent.Texans must be fully aware of both the benefits and risks of anything injected into their bodies. Before getting a vaccine, the patient or …

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More Legal Wins for Medical Liberty

With so many still living under draconian (and ineffective) Covid mitigation measures, Texans for Vaccine Choice would like to provide some HOPE with two legal wins for medical liberty that came down this week: First, Aaron Siri and his legal team successfully won a permanent injunction that will provide relief to over 9,000 Air Force …

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BREAKING NEWS: VACCINE CHOICE WINS

A State District Judge in Wharton County has declared a HUGE VICTORY for vaccine choice! In the summer of 2020, Texans for Vaccine Choice sounded the alarm on colleges using the declared Covid emergency to deny exemptions for shots UNRELATED to the emergency. Dr. Peter Osborne decided to take his son Kane’s case to the …

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We need YOU to be a vaccine choice delegate to the State Conventions!

Click here to indicate your interest in the convention process. We will send you all the information you need. Why Be A Delegate to Your Party’s State Convention? The state conventions of both the Republican Party of Texas (RPT) and Texas Democrats is where the State Parties define their principles and beliefs in their Party …

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Voters Should Know Where Lawmakers Stand

This week, Texans for Vaccine Choice launched an important public education campaign around vaccine mandates and the lawmakers who have failed to stand up for Texans. So far, 26 State Representatives have called for a special session to address this ongoing issue which means most have not. So, we’re letting Texas voters know where their …

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