In just one month, they processed “30 intakes.”
Texas law bans abortion in all instances except when the mother’s life is in danger.
Senate Bill 1195 would restore the attorney general’s power to prosecute election crimes.
The bill’s author says it would “remove politics from prosecution.”
The city’s May ballot includes Proposition A, which would prevent police from enforcing certain laws.
Following a ruling allowing Texas abortion groups to resume funding out-of-state abortions, a Texas judge ruled to halt mifepristone from being approved.
After a lengthy battle, federal judge Robert Pitman granted an injunction preventing Paxton and eight other district attorneys from bringing criminal charges to the groups.
During the House budget debate, state representatives approved an $80 million increase in funding for crisis pregnancy centers.
This measure would remove legal immunity from out-of-state chemical abortionists for deaths of patients.
Dallas’ largest abortion facility shuts down nearly a year after Roe was overturned by U.S. Supreme Court.