Abortion-rights activists thought it was too good to be true, and it was. Four strict anti-abortion bills that failed to pass in the 83rd [...]
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State budget cuts to family planning hit hardest in rural areas, where low-income women had fewer options to begin.
As $26.3 million in taxpayer money funds the ‘abortion alternatives’ industry, dogma drowns reason and hurts vulnerable women too.
Texas lawmakers have spent the past two years attacking family planning services in the state, cutting funds for programs that provide women with birth control and wellness exams. Now family planning advocates are fighting back.
This is the third story in our Collateral Damage series examining the impact of family planning cuts in Texas. You can read the second [...]