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.”
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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.
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By Alexa Ura and Greta Díaz González Vázquez, The Texas Tribune MONTERREY, Mexico — Hi, I’m four weeks pregnant. Eight weeks. Six weeks.
Listen: Abortion is considered basic health care in Mexico City. Its clinics are open to U.S. women.
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By Greta Díaz González Vázquez and Alexa Ura, The Texas Tribune The Texas Tribune’s reporting for this story was supported by the Pulitzer Center. Para escuchar esta historia en español, haz clic aquí.
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NOWCastSA created this resource page after the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and abortion access was limited in the state of Texas. Check this list of reproductive health resources to find the support and help you need, as well as to find out how to help others and learn more about abortion and birth control.
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More than 250 people held signs, bumper stickers and cheered on the honking horns of some passing motorists as they showed their support for Planned Parenthood on Feb. 11.
Written by Texas Tribune on Jan 18 2017 - 2:44pm
by Marissa Evans, The Texas Tribune Jan. 17, 2017 Lawyers for Planned Parenthood argued in federal court on Tuesday there could be devastating consequences for low-income Texas men and women if the reproductive health provider is kicked out of Medicaid.