State officials’ skeptical comments on Amarillo’s proposed Sanctuary City for the Unborn ordinance, prohibiting abortion and abortion trafficking, have drawn criticism from constituents across their districts.
Mark Lee Dickson
A lot may have changed in a post-Roe Texas, but what has not changed is that there is still a battle against abortion to be fought in this country.
So far, a total of 67 cities and 7 counties across 7 states have passed ordinances prohibiting abortion within their city and county limit.
An in-depth review reveals that the vast majority of candidates supported by COPAC in the last three General Elections were Democrats.
So far, a total of 67 cities and 5 counties across 7 states have passed ordinances prohibiting abortion within their city and county limit.
Despite the setback, many within the community are optimistic that the abortion trafficking ordinance will eventually be revisited.
The Chandler Sanctuary City for the Unborn Ordinance is expected to return to the City Council agenda in June 2024 – if not sooner.
The Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn initiative has seen a total of 67 cities and four counties pass ordinances in seven different states.
The Cities of Chandler and Llano are not alone in their consideration of prohibiting abortion trafficking – nor are their citizens alone in seeing their city’s leaders delay the process.
More Sanctuary Counties for the Unborn in Texas are expected in the near future.