Texas businesses are standing together to show the impact discriminatory legislation could pose to our state’s ability to attract, recruit and retain top talent, encourage new business relocations, expansions and investment and maintain our economic competitiveness.
Prohibiting any local authority from providing nondiscrimination protections not otherwise provided in state law; repealing any existing local protections that are broader than state law.
Prohibiting transgender people from restrooms in public schools, universities, and government offices; prohibiting local municipalities to set their own nondiscrimination protections for transgender people in places with public restrooms, or to consider such protections when awarding government contractors.
Prohibiting schools and municipalities from protecting transgender people from discrimination when using the restroom.
Prohibiting state agencies that regulate more than 65 licensed occupations (including health care, education, and law enforcement) from taking action against licensed individuals who choose not to comply with professional standards due to religious objections.