Statement on Gov. Greg Abbott’s Special Session Call to Include Bathroom Bill - June 6, 2017

New economic impact study finds discriminatory legislation like SB6 could cost up to $5.6 billion in losses to Texas economy through 2026 - April 19, 2017

Women Business Leaders, Moms, Sexual Assault Advocates and Religious Leaders Voice Strong Opposition to So-Called Bathroom Bills and Discriminatory Legislation - April 18, 2017

Statement regarding the North Carolina Legislature’s decision to make changes to House Bill 2 should be attributed to Chris Wallace, President, Texas Association of Business - March 30, 2017

Statement by Keep Texas Open for Business on Senate’s Passage of SB 6 - March 14, 2017

Nearly 70 businesses, chambers call on Texas Legislature to reject Senate Bill 6, discriminatory legislation - March 1, 2017

Texas Association of Business Statement in response to PolitiFact Texas Report - February 6, 2017

Anti-Business SB 6 Could Cost Texas $8.5 Billion - January 5, 2017

Statement on HB2 in North Carolina - December 22, 2016

New Study Finds Up To $8.5 Billion GDP Loss, 185,000 Jobs at Risk if Texas Passes So-Called "Religious Freedom" and "Bathroom Bills" - December 6, 2016

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