72 Days Left: House Bill 2 Gets the Infographic Treatment.

Want to know what’s going on in Texas in the aftermath of House Bill 2 in this year’s special session? We joined forces with NARAL Pro-Choice Texas to bring you this infographic that should help in answering most of your questions.  Because of this bill, we have 72 days to comply with three of the …

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63 Days Left and We’re Still Standing with Texas Women.

Our Founder and CEO, Amy Hagstrom Miller, had the privilege of participating in a panel last night with Heather Busby of NARAL Pro-Choice Texas, Christian Cabazos of YWCA Greater Austin, Amelia Long of The Lilith Fund, and Paula X. Rojas of Vibrant Woman/Mama Sana. The panel served as a great discussion of what’s coming with House …

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Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can Choose = Success!

Last night’s event out of New York, Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can Choose, was hilarious, well-planned, and was viewed by over 40,000 people at one time on the Ustream channel. The event was hosted by Lizz Winstead and Sarah Silverman and featured many star-studded guests including Heather Busby, Executive Director of NARAL Pro-Choice Texas, and Jessica Luther, …

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Anti-Choice Groups Caught on Tape Admitting to Harassment, Stalking Tactics

This morning, NARAL Pro-Choice Texas released a video with Progress Texas that contains audio clips of anti-choice groups at an activist training in Austin (“Keeping Abortion Facilities Closed”) admitting to using stalking techniques at abortion clinics to intimidate staff and patients alike. One official from Catholic Pro-Life Committee of North Texas, Karen Garnett, detailed the way in …

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Whole Woman’s Health Testifies Against TX HB 1648

House Committee on State Affairs Joint Testimony in Opposition to HB 1648 On Behalf of Trust Respect Access Coalition Submitted by Whole Woman’s Health April 29, 2015 Chairman Cook and members of the State Affairs Committee, My name is Fatimah Gifford, I am the Director of Public Relations for Whole Woman’s Health, and I am …

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