In a last-minute ruling today, a federal judge blocked portions of House Bill 2, the contentious anti-abortion bill—a partial victory for abortion-rights groups.
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The Texas Observer and the Feminist Policy Alliance hosted a panel discussion on women’s health in Texas.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has released documents related to its security concerns around the State Capitol on the last night of the abortion bill debate.
Unaffiliated with major organizations such as Planned Parenthood, Jessica Luther stepped up as a leader of the “unruly mob” in Texas’ abortion fight.
Sen. Wendy Davis talks with the Observer about the state of women’s health in Texas.
Sen. Wendy Davis talks about the abortion bill’s potential impacts and the state of women’s health in Texas in this Q&A.
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.
Is Texas better off now than it was two years ago?
The Observer has learned that the state health department left unspent approximately $2.3 million in family-planning funds in the past year while scores of clinics closed
In Texas, abortion is increasingly an option only for the rich.