Right to Life

  • Five House Republicans attempted to add exceptions to the Texas Heartbeat Act. Genuine Pro-Lifers know that the goal of the Pro-Life movement is to protect all innocent human Life from fertilization until natural death. Naturally, this includes completely ending the legal killing of preborn children through abortion.  To this end, the Texas Legislature accomplished a […]
  • On Monday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit certified the Supreme Court of Texas to take over Whole Woman’s Health v. Jackson, the one remaining federal lawsuit challenging the Texas Heartbeat Act.  This is great news for Texas because such action is more likely to ensure a just and favorable ruling, compared to that […]
  • Politicians always say they’re Pro-Life, but do they really defend your values in the Capitol?  Pro-Life Texans deserve to know the truth. That’s why our team of legislative experts made the Pro-Life Scorecard. The Pro-Life Scorecard exposes whether or not your Texas state representatives and senators served preborn children, pregnant mothers, and vulnerable patients in […]
  • Today, Texas Right to Life released the Pro-Life Scorecard, detailing how Texas state representatives and senators served preborn children, pregnant mothers, and vulnerable patients during the Regular and Special Sessions of the 87th Texas Legislature.  The Pro-Life Scorecard is an objective appraisal of the actions legislators took or refused to take — in committee, on the […]
  • The 87th Session of the Texas Legislature can properly be described as a great victory for preborn children but a devastating loss for vulnerable patients. This session, while a number of elected officials proved to be hostile adversaries who actively worked to harm the Pro-Life movement, some distinguished themselves as champions for Life. Although several […]
  • The 87th legislative session can appropriately be described as a great victory for preborn children but a devastating loss for vulnerable patients. Unfortunately, vulnerable patients once again fell by the wayside as the Legislature did not address the deadly 10-Day Rule of the Texas Advance Directives Act. The success for preborn children came thanks to […]