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TOP TEXAS LAW ENFORCEMENT POLICE CHIEFS, SHERIFFS, SEXUAL ASSAULT EXPERTS, SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS SAY BATHROOM BILLS DO NOT KEEP PEOPLE SAFE AND CALL ON TEXAS LAWMAKERS TO REJECT DISCRIMINATORY LEGISLATION

  TOP TEXAS LAW ENFORCEMENT POLICE CHIEFS, SHERIFFS, SEXUAL ASSAULT EXPERTS, SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS SAY BATHROOM BILLS DO NOT KEEP PEOPLE SAFE AND CALL ON TEXAS LAWMAKERS TO REJECT DISCRIMINATORY LEGISLATION FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                 Angela Hale, 512-289-2995 July 25, 2017                                                                          Jennifer Harris, 512-773-7168   PUBLIC SAFETY EVENT AUSTIN, TEXAS–Texas police chiefs,
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For Immediate Release: 200+ Texas Small Businesses Speak Out Against Discriminatory Legislation to be Filed in the 2017 Legislative Session, Calling It an Attack on Small Businesses and an Attack on the Texas Economy

October 25, 2016 San Antonio, Texas – Equality Texas, the statewide organization working for full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Texans, today released a letter signed by more than 200 small businesses opposing any legislation that would legalize discrimination against LGBT Texans and visitors to Texas. A news conference to release the letter
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Honoring Texas Victims: 158 Women Killed in Texas in 2015 –– The Highest Number of Women Killed in Texas Since the Inception of the TCFV Project 25 Years Ago- Three Women Murdered in Webb County an Increase Over Last Year When Two Women Were Killed in Domestic Violence Homicides

  For Immediate Release  Sister Rosemary Welsh, 956-744-5312, Rosemary.Welsh@Mercy.Net Angela Hale, TCFV, 512-289-2995, angela@redmediagroup.com  TCFV Travels to Laredo to Highlight Health Care Professionals for National Health Cares Day to Show the Important Role Health Professionals Can Play in Domestic Violence Laredo, Texas – October 12, 2016 – The Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) today
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Honoring Texas Victims: 158 Women Killed in Texas in 2015 –– The Highest Number of Women Killed in Texas Since the Inception of the TCFV Project 25 Years Ago

  For Immediate Release Chau Nguyen, Houston Area Women’s Center 832-646-8789 cnguyen@hawc.org Susan Risdon, TCFV, 214-226-6741, susan@redmediagroup.com Anna Marie Johnson Teague, A CALL TO MEN, 713-858-5423, annamarie@acalltomen.org Harris County Has the Highest Number of Domestic Violence Homicides in the State at 34 – 4 Murders in Brazoria County, 3 in Ft. Bend, Galveston and Montgomery
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Hope Alliance Crisis Center in Williamson County Celebrates the 10th Anniversary ‘Safe at Home Dinner’ & WoMen Fore! Hope Golf Tournament Raising More Than $150,000 for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

  CONTACT: Patty Conner, 512-485-2316, patty.conner@hopealliancetx.org   Round Rock, Texas – September 13, 2016 – Hope Alliance Crisis Center of Williamson County held the 10th Annual Fundraising Dinner and Golf Tournament at the Cimarron Hills Country Club in Georgetown over the weekend and raised more than $150,000 dollars for victims of domestic violence and sexual
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Beyond Batten Disease Foundation Kicks off “Be Project” Campaign to Raise $6 Million Dollars to Fund a Treatment for Juvenile Batten Disease at Texas Children’s Hospital

                                                     For Immediate Release Angela Hale 512-289-2995 angela@redmediagroup.com On the Cusp of a Scientific Breakthrough –Parents Race to Finish Line to Raise Money to Fund a Treatment That is Expected
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Texas Council on Family Violence Celebrates Texas Senator Jane Nelson This Mother’s Day for Her Service to Texas

  Southlake, TX (May 8, 2016)-This Mother’s day the Texas Council on Family Violence is remembering all of the mother’s out there who are not with us to celebrate mother’s day and celebrating all the wonderful Texas moms who are with us making a difference in the lives of Texans. TCFV praises the leadership of
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Grammy Nominated Ft. Worth Native Leon Bridges Dedicates Money from Concert to the Texas Council on Family Violence

  Ft. Worth- Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter and R&B artist Leon Bridges hosted a special screening this summer of his short film This is Home, directed by Danny Clinch, in his beloved hometown of Fort Worth, TX.  The screening, presented by Squarespace and Gorilla Vs. Bear, took place at Shipping & Receiving. Immediately following the screening, Leon
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