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Extreme Six-Week Abortion Ban, Trigger Ban Headed to TX House Floor
Bills Are Part of National, Extremist Strategy to Push Abortion Out of Reach
Majority of Texans support safe, legal abortion
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s Extreme Anti-Abortion Agenda Moves Forward
Texas Senate debating some of the most extreme bills in the country
Free Choice of Provider Act Would Undo 10 Years of Devastating Funding Restrictions to Family Planning, Reproductive Health
Bill filed as Texas Medicaid patients can no longer receive care at Planned Parenthood
BREAKING: TEXANS WITH LOW INCOMES JUST LOST ACCESS TO PLANNED PARENTHOOD IN DEFIANCE OF BIDEN ADMINISTRATION
Court allows Gov. Abbott to move forward with blocking Planned Parenthood from the state’s Medicaid program
Abbott’s move to chip away at Medicaid is in direct defiance of the Biden administration’s guidance and clearly-established Medicaid law
Planned Parenthood Texas Votes Statement on Governor Abbott’s Anti-Abortion Attack
Gov. Abbott uses anti-abortion politics to distract from his absent leadership during COVID-19
5th Circuit Court of Appeals Backs Down, Restores Medication Abortion in Texas For Now
Decision came two days after abortion providers asked the U.S. Supreme Court to take emergency action to restore Texans’ access to medication abortion
Despite the 5th Circuit’s reversal, many patients still cannot access time-sensitive abortion care