Clearly, there are some legislators who need sex education when it comes to where babies come from and how.
I don't think the Roberts Court took this case with the understanding that it would drive voter turnout on both sides. I think the case was taken in order to drive turnout on one side.
Of all the problems Texas faces, you'll never guess which one they're prioritizing.
This is the GOP jobs plan? Have babies?
Legislators in Ohio, another Republican-controlled state, are trying to pass excessive abortion restrictions in their new budget.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, expressing a desire to “protect women and the unborn,” has announced that the legislature will hold a special session on July 1. Noting that “too much important work remains undone,” Perry said, “We will not allow the breakdown of decorum and decency to prevent us from doing what the people of this state hired us to do.”
Hundreds of pro-choice Texans protested looming anti-abortion bills at the Capitol in Austin on Sunday by holding a "People's Filibuster."