The deal between House members and one Senate Democrat has paved the way for the controversial legislation
Update, April 12, 2011, 12:20 p.m.: The State Affairs Committee voted the new sonogram bill out of committee with a vote of six to two. The committee’s tw...Read More
This post has been corrected (see below). At the Legislature this session, facts are sometimes awfully inconvenient, especially when the subject is Planned Pare...Read More
After a month of negotiations and a possible deal with Sen. Uresti, Texas pro-lifers will likely pass their sonogram bill.
After more than a month of negotiations between House and Senate leaders, it looks like the path has been cleared for the sonogram bill to become law. While bot...Read More
UPDATED April 5, 12:00 P.M. The Texas House approved seven budget amendments today that will cut two-thirds of funding for family planning services in the ...Read More
The new doctor in town was friendly, popular—and dangerous. Especially to the nurses who reported his bizarre treatments.
Before everything happened, nurse Anne Mitchell says Kermit had a good little hospital. “We had an excellent nursing staff. We had great doctors. We provided ...Read More