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Texas A&M University and its students pride themselves on being a part of an institution that welcomes everyone, regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, or lifestyle choices.
Our university prides itself upon creating a wholesome environment for ALL Aggies. The Religious Funding Exemption Bill seeks to destroy that, threatening resources for students such as the GLBT Resource Center, all without discussion of the financial reprocussions that an “opt-out” will have on these organizations.
Our Student Sentate is notorious for not representing the views of its constituents.  It is time that they got a reality check and a veto from our Student Body President, John Claybrook.  He should not allow this misguided bill to represent our university on the national stage. 
Real Aggies don’t “opt-out” of helping other Aggies, so demand Claybrook veto this bill! Sign the petition here. 

Texas A&M University and its students pride themselves on being a part of an institution that welcomes everyone, regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, or lifestyle choices.

Our university prides itself upon creating a wholesome environment for ALL Aggies. The Religious Funding Exemption Bill seeks to destroy that, threatening resources for students such as the GLBT Resource Center, all without discussion of the financial reprocussions that an “opt-out” will have on these organizations.

Our Student Sentate is notorious for not representing the views of its constituents.  It is time that they got a reality check and a veto from our Student Body President, John Claybrook.  He should not allow this misguided bill to represent our university on the national stage. 

Real Aggies don’t “opt-out” of helping other Aggies, so demand Claybrook veto this bill! Sign the petition here