By Kirk Walden The story begins more than 40 years ago, when a high school girl decided to begin following the Jesus who would change her life. As a new Christian, she began to think about others. Her thoughts went to her younger brother, who was about as far away from God as she could …Continue reading "A New Pregnancy Help Facility, 39 Years in the Making"
By Texas Right to Life The Associated Press [AP] recently featured reporting on the scarcity of abortion mills in Texas, as though this is cause for concern. The piece, titled “For some Texans, nearest abortion clinic is 250 miles away,” unquestioningly asserts that having fewer businesses that profit from ending the lives of preborn babies …Continue reading "Texans are keeping the abortion industry out, and we should be proud"
By Texas Right to Life Joaquin City Council voted to declare the East Texas town a Sanctuary City for the Unborn on Tuesday, September 17. In a unanimous vote, the city passed the ordinance, which declares abortion to be murder, prohibits abortion businesses from setting up shop within the town, and bans abortion at all …Continue reading "Fourth Texas Town Passes Ordinance Banning Abortions within City Limits"
By Texas Right to Life The No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Providers Act, Senate Bill 22, took effect on September 1. The goal of the bill is to ensure that Texans’ tax dollars do not fund or benefit abortion providers or their affiliates in any capacity. This is an important goal because any funding that …Continue reading "Texas’ “No Taxpayer Funds for Abortion” law takes effect"
By Texas Right to Life With every Democratic presidential candidate celebrating abortion as a fundamental good for society, Pro-Lifers may have difficulty distinguishing one candidate from another. Each and every Democrat challenging President Trump has determined unwavering loyalty to the abortion industry is a preeminent priority. The national Democratic Party Platform reflects this radical shift—abortion …Continue reading "The Texans running for President do not represent Texas on abortion"
By Texas Right to Life HOUSTON – Carolyn Jones passed away Tuesday from natural causes following her high-profile battle with the Texas 10-Day Rule. In May, a hospital committee pulled the plug on Carolyn against her family’s will, but she lived without a ventilator or dialysis for over 60 hours until escaping the hostile hospital …Continue reading "Beaumont woman at center of dispute over Texas’ 10-Day Rule passes away"
By Texas Right to Life The Texas House of Representatives killed all but one Pro-Life priority bill, shirking their responsibility to protect Life. While other states and the Texas Senate besieged abortion and euthanasia this year with life-saving legislation, the Texas House stopped zero abortions and again green-lighted the 10-day countdown on the lives of …Continue reading "Texas House tanks Pro-Life priorities, ignores grassroots supporters and the cries of the unborn"
By Kim Schwartz, Texas Right to Life With a favorable ruling from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Texas hopes to finally enforce the termination of the Medicaid contract for three Planned Parenthood affiliates. An important Pro-Life case had an en banc appeal last week in the Fifth Circuit, meaning rather …Continue reading "Fifth Circuit Hears Appeal on Planned Parenthood Medicaid Contract Case"
By Texas Right to Life Donald Jones rescued his wife, Carolyn, from Memorial Hermann Southwest, racing to a different facility that is providing the conscious woman her desperately needed dialysis. Donald Jones escaped the clutches of the hospital committee with his beloved wife in a private ambulance funded by Texas Right to Life in the …Continue reading "Beaumont woman narrowly escapes death panel, family transports her by late-night ambulance to willing facility"
By Texas Right to Life The Texas Senate passed the Preborn NonDiscrimination Act (PreNDA), Senate Bill 1033, by a bipartisan vote of 20-11. SB 1033 by Senator Kelly Hancock (R-North Richland Hills) would: End the remaining late-term abortions in Texas; Prohibit abortions committed against preborn children for discriminatory reasons, like the child’s sex, race, or …Continue reading "Bill to end late-term and discriminatory abortions passes Texas Senate"
By Kim Schwartz, Texas Right to Life The Texas Senate passed the Preborn NonDiscrimination Act (PreNDA), Senate Bill 1033, by a bipartisan vote of 20-11 on Tuesday. SB 1033 by Senator Kelly Hancock (R-North Richland Hills) would: End the remaining late-term abortions in Texas; Prohibit abortions committed against preborn children for discriminatory reasons, like the …Continue reading "Bill to end late-term and discriminatory abortions passes Texas Senate"
By Texas Right to Life On Tuesday, the Texas Senate Committee on Health and Human Services voted Senate Bill 2089 out of committee by a vote of 5-2. This priority Pro-Life bill by Senator Bryan Hughes (R-Mineola) would repeal the unethical 10-Day Rule, which allows hospitals to pull the plug on patients against their will. …Continue reading "Texas Senate Committee advances bill to protect patients from anti-Life 10-Day Rule"