Press Releases

PRESS RELEASE: TEXANS FOR VACCINE CHOICE SUPPORTS THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER GA-40 & CALLS ON THE LEGISLATURE TO ACT

October 12, 2021Contact: [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASETEXANS FOR VACCINE CHOICE SUPPORTS THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER GA-40 & CALLS ON THE LEGISLATURE TO ACT Texas Governor Greg Abbott Boldly Supports Protections for Texans Schlegel: I hope the Texas legislators will act immediately to protect your individual right to choose what is best for your health. Austin, …

PRESS RELEASE: TEXANS FOR VACCINE CHOICE SUPPORTS THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER GA-40 & CALLS ON THE LEGISLATURE TO ACT Read More »

Press Release: Texans for Vaccine Choice Rally Draws More Than 1500

August 26, 2021Contact: [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASETEXANS FOR VACCINE CHOICE RALLY DRAWS MORE THAN 1500 With over 1,500 in attendance and thousands more watching the live stream, multiple states represented, hundreds of new signups for TFVC membership, and our message reaching a worldwide audience, the Freedom Rally demonstrates the concern of all Texans in the …

Press Release: Texans for Vaccine Choice Rally Draws More Than 1500 Read More »

Press Release: Governor Abbott’s Vaccine Passport EO

Texans for Vaccine Choice applauds Governor Abbott for promptly addressing the concerns of Texans fearful of an infringement of their right to medical privacy and vaccine choice. We now call on Governor Abbott and the Texas Legislature to strengthen the state’s recent “vaccine passport” executive order. Today, Jackie Schlegel, Executive Director of Texans for Vaccine …

Press Release: Governor Abbott’s Vaccine Passport EO Read More »

Press Release: Attorney General’s Opinion

March 10, 2021Contact: Jackie Schlegel817-876-1645 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEATTORNEY GENERAL’S OPINION Last summer, Texans For Vaccine Choice was concerned that Texas’ vaccine exemption laws could be undermined by school districts who sought to exclude children with vaccine exemptions during an epidemic. In anticipation of the potential for school districts to incorrectly apply current state vaccine exemption …

Press Release: Attorney General’s Opinion Read More »

For Immediate Release: Houston Measles Press Release

Re: Measles Case in Houston, Texas The Houston Health Department is currently investigating what it describes as a “suspected” case of measles. A boy between the ages of one and three years old has tested positive for measles and is being treated at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston. According to the Houston Health Department, the …

For Immediate Release: Houston Measles Press Release Read More »

Most Important School Supply of the Year: Common Sense

New shoes, new backpack, colored pencils, glue sticks, calculators — CHECK! All ready to go back to school this week! Wait! According to this article, vaccines are the most important item to get for back to school. Let’s read the article together, shall we? “As a new school year begins, so do the arguments about vaccinations.” …

Most Important School Supply of the Year: Common Sense Read More »

Common ground has been found between unacceptable profane tweets

Austin, Texas – Tuesday night, Representative Sarah Davis engaged with several individuals about her legislation filed regarding vaccinations. Many of Representative Davis’ bills have caused significant concern for those who believe these medical decisions are best left in the hands of parents and their doctors. Some of the more questionable tweets may be found below: …

Common ground has been found between unacceptable profane tweets Read More »

OUR RESPONSE TO THE HEALTHY SCHOOLS “KICK THE FLU” PROGRAM IN TEXAS SCHOOLS

Texans do not take kindly to being bullied on matters of personal health. But that is exactly what is happening as children across Texas came home from their first day of school with information explaining a new school-based flu vaccination program. Healthy Schools is a Florida-based company, so perhaps they just do not know any …

OUR RESPONSE TO THE HEALTHY SCHOOLS “KICK THE FLU” PROGRAM IN TEXAS SCHOOLS Read More »

Scroll to Top