Pro-life Texans are rejecting Wendy Davis's bid for governor.
A pro-choice organization compares Texas abortion restrictions to the desperate situation in Haiti.
Last night, the Supreme Court issued a ruling? declining to block new pro-life legislation in Texas requiring abortion doctors have hospital admitting privileges. The pro-abortion group NARAL isn't happy about it and is calling it a "devastating blow" to women's health.
The Supreme Court will not Texas legislation banning abortion after five months of pregnancy and requiring abortion clinics meet surgical facility standards.
Pro-choice celebrities and feminists held a not-so-classy telethon in a NYC basement for Texas women who are "suffering under dangerous abortion laws."
Weird, a doctor knows more than an activist.
Texas State Senator and now gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis is trying to clarify her comments from last week claiming she was “pro-life.”
The pro-life House Bill 2 in Texas is already making a profound impact.
No, that headline is not a joke.
What was scarier than those ghouls and goblins walking down your street this Halloween weekend? Pro-choice advocates rereading aloud all 212 pages of Texas State Senator Wendy Davis’s pro-abortion filibuster.
This is why I don't take political advice from movie stars.
Texas Right to Life is not backing down from its criticism of Texas Senator Wendy Davis as she prepares to announce her campaign for governor. In a new 60-second radio ad that will be played in South Texas markets, listeners are reminded of Davis’ extreme views on abortion and the lengths she took to defend abortions over halfway through pregnancy.
Planned Parenthood, the Center for Reproductive Rights, the ACLU and a Texas law firm sued Texas Friday over the “Preborn Pain Act,” a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Voter integrity group True the Vote has filed a motion intervening in the Department of Justice lawsuit against the voter identification law in Texas.
After sixteen hours on the Senate Floor, Texas Senator Ted Cruz is still standing after a long overnight filibuster of Obamacare.
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