In the end, it was the citizens in the gallery who made the difference late Tuesday night.
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Update at 7:52 PM: For some reason, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst brought everyone back for a second vote on suspending the rules to take […]
The Texas House gave initial approval at 3:23 a.m. Monday to a strict anti-abortion bill.
At 3:23 a.m., Texas House passes some of the harshest anti-abortion restrictions in the nation.
Updated at 2:05 PM: Early this afternoon, the House State Affairs committee met for 10 minutes to vote on HB 60, HB 6 and […]
In Texas, abortion is increasingly an option only for the rich.
After a long Wednesday considering airport security screenings and fireworks regulations, the House State Affairs Committee tried its hand at medical science, taking up Rep. Jodie Laubenberg’s proposal to ban abortions after 20 weeks.
Pro-lifers were geared up and ready for a fight in the House State Affairs Committee today on HB 2945, but they needn’t have worried. The bill proposes to amend the Texas Health and Safety Code section on reading abortion-seekers their medical rights.
Late Tuesday, a Senate committee voted out a contentious bill that critics have blasted as an attack on abortion rights.
A Senate hearing today on a bill that would restrict use of RU-486, the so-called abortion pill, felt almost perfunctory.