Lost in the dramatic events of Friday’s showdown over the anti-abortion bill was a remarkable speech by Sen. Dan Patrick, a full-throated declaration of God’s wishes for the Texas Legislature.
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Sen. Wendy Davis talks with the Observer about the state of women’s health in Texas.
The craziest, stupidest and funniest stuff people have said, tweeted or—in the case of the sign guy—held… so far in the abortion fight.
Seventeen days after Wendy Davis’ dramatic 11-hour filibuster, Texas Republicans finally got their anti-abortion bill on Friday.
Sen. Wendy Davis talks about the abortion bill’s potential impacts and the state of women’s health in Texas in this Q&A.
To no one’s surprise, the Texas House had tentatively approved the most restrictive anti-abortion bill ever to be debated beneath the Capitol dome.
The “Stand For Life” rally was meant as a show of strength for Senate Bill 1’s backers who are, after all, the ones with the odds stacked well in their favor.
Before the sun rose today there was already a blue shirt (anti-abortion) and orange shirt (abortion-rights) line at the south steps of the Capitol […]
In passing sweeping anti-abortion legislation out a House committee tonight, Republicans stuck to their plan of muscling the bill through with as little drama as possible.
It was the first day of a special legislative session like Texas has never seen.