The Texas Rally for Life will host the Rally for Life 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 1 at the State capital at 1100 Congress Ave, Austin, Texas 78701. According to the Texas Rally for Life website, this rally bring together thousands of fellow pro-life Texans to demonstrate that Texas is pro-life. The goal of this rally is to show the elected officials, the media, and the Supreme Court that Texas is pro-life. Register to attend and learn more about the event here.
Written by Mohammad Ali on Nov 16 2022 - 12:25pm
Texas Lawmakers Target Property Taxes, Election Fraud and Transgender People in New Legislation Ahead of 2023 Session
Written by Texas Tribune on Nov 15 2022 - 2:37pm
By Sneha Dey, Alex Nguyen and Eleanor Klibanoff, The Texas Tribune. Texas lawmakers won’t gavel in for the new legislative session until January, but they got their first chance to file bills Monday.
Written by Vivian Lopez on Nov 8 2022 - 2:03pm
From the KLRN Bexar County Judge Forum hosted by Randy Beamer: What will you do to improve health outcomes, including mental health and women’s reproductive health, in their county? Edgar Coyle (11:58): “I don’t think that the priority should be prosecution or anything like that, and as a Bexar County Judge, I wouldn’t seek anything like that but we definitely need to put the money where it’s going to be well-spent.”
Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 19 2022 - 2:17pm
By Brian Lopez, The Texas Tribune Texas banned more books from school libraries this past year than any other state in the nation, targeting titles centering on race, racism, abortion and LGBTQ representation and issues, according to a new analysis by PEN America, a nonprofit organization advocating for free speech.
Texas lawmakers discuss where Rio Grande Valley voters stand on abortion, gun rights and health care
Written by Texas Tribune on Aug 30 2022 - 10:57am
By Jesus Vidales, The Texas Tribune Aug. 8, 2022 Inside the Interim with Rio Grande Valley Lawmakers
Written by Texas Tribune on Aug 25 2022 - 10:17am
By Eleanor Klibanoff, The Texas Tribune Aug. 25, 2022 Performing an abortion is now a felony punishable by up to life in prison in Texas after the state’s trigger law, which has only narrow exceptions to save the life of a pregnant patient, went into effect Thursday.
Written by Sofia Briones on Aug 15 2022 - 1:03pm
By Cecilia Lenzen, The Texas Tribune Aug. 12, 2022
Written by Vivian Lopez on Aug 5 2022 - 3:03pm
The San Antonio City Council voted to protect those who receive and provide abortions from legal jeopardy and to support access to reproductive healthcare. Cities have limited power on the issue of abortion, but by a 9-2 vote in an Aug.2 special meeting, the San Antonio City Council became the second in Texas to push back against the state’s near-total ban on abortion.
Written by Texas Tribune on Aug 5 2022 - 9:59am
By Eleanor Klibanoff, The Texas Tribune May 9, 2022 With a near-total abortion ban looming in Texas, advocates and experts say the state’s support systems for low-income mothers and children are already insufficient — and won’t easily bear an increase in need.
Volunteer networks in Mexico aid at-home abortions without involving doctors or clinics. They’re coming to Texas.
Written by Texas Tribune on Aug 4 2022 - 2:49pm
By Alexa Ura and Greta Díaz González Vázquez, The Texas Tribune MONTERREY, Mexico — Hi, I’m four weeks pregnant. Eight weeks. Six weeks.