ASAE Opposes ‘Religious Refusal’ Bill in Texas

ASAE joined business and tourism leaders in Austin this week in opposing Senate Bill 17, a pending bill in the Texas Legislature that would weaken LGBTQ rights in the state. The bill, which would allow state-licensed professionals to deny services based on a “sincerely held religious belief,” advanced out of the Senate State Affairs Committee… Read more »

Spate of Violence Prompts ASAE Statement

As authorities continue to investigate a wave of pipe bombs mailed to prominent Democratic political figures and celebrities, ASAE released a statement today from President and CEO John Graham condemning political violence. “Political violence and intimidation have no place in our democracy, which provides equal protections of human rights, civil liberties and political freedom for… Read more »

ASAE Statement on Recent Political Violence

ASAE President and CEO John Graham, FASAE, CAE, released the following statement in response to the spate of political violence that has occurred this week: “Political violence and intimidation have no place in our democracy, which provides equal protections of human rights, civil liberties and political freedom for all people. The rule of law must… Read more »