FYI, in Texas, committee hearings are open, meaning anyone can testify -- you just have to have the courage to stand before the committee. Also in Texas, witness lists are public -- you can find out who testified in favor of legislation, and who opposed.
For the record, the public hearing for HB 4105, the anti-marriage equality bill, was held by the Texas House Committee on State Affairs on April 8, 2015. The witness list is available at http://www.legis.state.tx.us/tlodocs/84R/witlistmtg/html/C4502015040810301.htm
Prediction: This bill WILL pass the Texas House, and will then be sent over to the Texas Senate.WHAT YOU CAN DO:
1) Contact Equality Texas at http://www.equalitytexas.org
and ask to help.
2) Track the legislation yourself at http://www.legis.state.tx.us/
. You can sign up for an alert that will tell you when the bill will be voted on the House, and when it will receive a public hearing in the Senate.
3) Testify against the bill during the Senate hearing.