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"
By Texas Right to Life AUSTIN — The Texas Senate Committee on Health and Human Services heard testimony on Senate Bill 2089 by Senator Bryan Hughes (R-Mineola) last Wednesday. This priority Pro-Life bill would repeal the anti-Life 10-Day Rule, which allows hospitals to pull the plug on patients against their will. Family after family pleaded …Continue reading "Families Victimized by 10-Day Rule Plead with Texas Senate Committee to Change Texas Advance Directives Act"
By Texas Right to Life Twelve U.S. Senators and 65 U.S. Representatives have filed an amicus brief calling on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to affirm the right of states to terminate Medicaid contracts with Planned Parenthood affiliates. Additional favorable briefs have been filed by U.S. Senators John Cornyn and …Continue reading "Federal Amicus Brief Supports States’ right to terminate Medicaid contracts with Planned Parenthood affiliates"
“They’re trying to see what sticks to the wall” By Dave Andrusko Ever since the Supreme Court in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, gutted much of an omnibus 2013 Texas law, Whole Woman’s Health Alliance, the lead litigant in that case, has sought to throw out essentially the entirety of abortion law in the Lone …Continue reading "Pro-abortion groups seeking to throw out essentially all abortion laws and regulations in Texas"
By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Ted Cruz is pro-life. He opposes abortion on demand, and supports protection for unborn children. Ted Cruz voted for the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, legislation to protect unborn children by prohibiting abortion at 20 weeks, when the unborn child can feel pain. Ted Cruz opposes …Continue reading "Ted Cruz: the pro-life choice in Texas, Beto O’Rourke voted to allow late abortion after 20 weeks."
By Texas Right to Life Texas Right to Life celebrated Honorable Peter Flores’ swearing in for Senate District 19. His election victory and service in public office mark several historic firsts: Flores is the first ever Pro-Life Republican to represent SD 19, a feat previously not accomplished for 139 years. Senator Flores is also the …Continue reading "Peter Flores sworn in as first-ever Pro-Life Republican state senator for Texas District 19"
Editor’s note. In a special election held Tuesday, pro-life Republican Pete Flores defeated pro-abortion Democrat Pete Gallego, becoming the first Hispanic Republican to serve in the Texas Senate. The pro-abortion Texas Tribune described Flores’ 6 point victory as “a major upset in a Democratic-friendly seat with implications for the balance of power in the upper …Continue reading "Texas Right to Life celebrates Peter Flores’ State Senate election victory"