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Your Calls Help Protect Parental Rights
A bill that would have made it harder for parents to protect their children from unwanted visitation was withdrawn from the docket in the Texas Senate.

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False Truancy Charges Dismissed


Homeschooling Family Targeted by Truant Officer


Prosecutor Drops Charges against Homeschool Dad


False Truancy Charges Dismissed with HSLDA’s Intervention


Official Apologizes for Discrimination over Driver’s License


Mother Faces False Truancy Charges


School Districts Require Families to Fill out Unnecessary Forms


School Attempts to Send Truant Officer to Family’s Home


New Homeschool Family Required to Fill out Homeschool Form


Homeschool Group Told to Follow Day Care Regulations


School District Refuses to Withdraw Student


Homeschool Family Faces Fabricated Allegations


Family Accused of Sending Kids to Bed Too Early


Justice of the Peace Thanks HSLDA for Assistance with Truancy Case


Community College Reinstates Homeschooler’s Federal Financial Aid

 HSLDA Alerts & Information (TX)
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1/13/2015Texas 2015 Legislature Opens Today
1/13/2015Texas 2015 Legislature Opens Today
11/19/2014Texas: Legislature Opening in 2015
8/22/2014McIntyre Case Hasn't Altered Homeschool Law
7/10/2014Magnolia Stands For Freedom
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 State Legislation
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WATCH House Continuing Resolution 36: Urging Ratification of the Parental Rights Amendment
1/8/2015

WATCH House Bill 297: Establishes Progressive Sanctions for Truancy
1/23/2015

WATCH House Bill 347: Equal Opportunity for Homeschooled Students in UIL Sports
11/20/2014

WATCH House Bill 378: Establishes Progressive Sanctions for Truancy
1/23/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 276: Tax Credits for Private School Students in 1st Grade or Kindergarten
1/6/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 301: Changes the Definition of Private School
1/14/2015

OPEN The Texas Legislature is in Session
1/13/2015

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Texas v. Brown Family
School District Filed Truancy Charges for Illness

Texas v. Fillman* family
Justice of the Peace Thanks HSLDA for Assistance with Truancy Case

Texas v. Criswell family
False Report to Children Protective Services

Texas v. Heidenreich family
Homeschool Family Charged With 'Failure to Attend'

Texas v. Johnson family
Homeschool Family Charged With Truancy

Texas v. Rivera family
Homeschool Family Grilled in Court for an Hour

Texas v. McAuliffe family
Homeschool Truancy Charge Continued Over Missing Textbooks

Texas v. Simmons Family
Son arrested for truancy

Texas v. Anderson
New homeschooling family charged with truancy

Texas v. Leonard family
School district prosecutes homeschooling family

Texas Education Agency et. al. v. Leeper, et. al.

In the Interest of A.B.

State of Texas v. Diana Billingslea

State of Texas v. Patricia Rogers

State v. Dorcas Hill

State of Texas v. Richard G.

City of Balch Springs v. Edmon James

State of Texas v. Gini H.

State v. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Ortiz

State v. Family of P

State v. Mrs. E

State v. Mr. & Mrs. B
Parents charged with violating attendance law

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