While Republican politicians in Texas love to tout the state as a leader in protecting life, the results from the last legislative session stand in stark contrast to that rhetoric. While other states passed monumental legislation to limit and eventually end the practice of abortion, the Texas legislature failed to lead on the issue of life.

What happened to pro-life reforms this session? VP of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility Cary Cheshire and Texas Scorecard’s Brandon Waltens break it down.

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