With 34 Republican candidates in the May runoff elections for the state Legislature, Texas Scorecard asked for their plans to protect life.
As corporations in Texas receive taxpayer cash and tax breaks, they promise to fund out-of-state travel for employees’ abortions.
Democrat gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke says he opposes any restrictions on abortion.
While it is anyone’s guess what will happen next, it is expected that abortion will be outlawed in the City of Abilene.
“We are quoting state law, but our mayor and our city attorney are ignoring state law.”
With the City of Marquez passing the ordinance, there are now only three cities in Leon County that could outlaw abortion.
“Imagine a world where people are mad about saving babies.”
While the movement has seen opposition in the last two and a half years, it has also seen much support.
Earlier this month, Cain sent a cease-and-desist letter to abortion funders in Texas. Now the abortion funds are alleging defamation.
The vote made the city of Lindale the third city to outlaw abortion last week.