After Texas Booted Planned Parenthood from HIV Program, County Replacement Hasn’t Performed a Single Test
Texas took a nearly 30-year-old HIV prevention contract away from Planned Parenthood in December, promising there’d be no gap in services.
Texas took a nearly 30-year-old HIV prevention contract away from Planned Parenthood in December, promising there’d be no gap in services. Six months later, the county replacement has yet to perform a single test. Read More
A SCOTUS ruling in Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, the case against Texas' restrictive abortion law, could come within weeks or, possibly, days. Read More
Citing the potential for abuse at the center, a Travis County judge prevented Texas’ child welfare agency from licensing the facility for child care.
Texas' efforts to license the second of two immigrant family detention centers in the state as a child care facility are on hold until a September trial. Read More
Texas' premature birth rate is higher than the national average, and pregnant women of color are less likely to access prenatal care than are white women. Read More
The volunteer-led South Texas group will help abortion patients who need to travel to and from the Rio Grande Valley for their procedures. Read More
Rights groups say border agents harassed and humiliated women crossing between the United States and Mexico, including unlawful strip-searches. Read More
If Texas state Representative Ron Reynolds loses his fight against a 2015 conviction for ambulance chasing, the popular Fort Bend County Democrat may go to jail. But the three-term House member is running for reelection anyway — and using the … Read More
Attorneys representing detained immigrant women and children argued in court Friday that Texas is violating state law and jeopardizing families by approving child care licenses for the state’s two family detention centers. Lawyers for the state and private prison companies … Read More