The audience at the Tribune Festival can be heard murmuring in the video above after Perry's comments on Rivers. While speaking
"Abortions are supposedly legal on paper, and women still need to have the service whether or not they can access it through
Cruz is staunchly anti-abortion. He disseminated inaccurate birth control information at the 2013 Values Voter Summit, where
Rick Perry signed new abortion restrictions into law this summer, banning abortions 20 weeks after fertilization. The first
The plaintiffs argue that those two provisions provide a "substantial obstacle" to women's constitutionally protected right
Davis emerged as a national figure in late June after her 11-hour filibuster helped defeat a controversial anti-abortion
Lucio said he does not expect his bill to pass in the current legislative special session, because it ended on Tuesday. But
Following weeks of heated protests at the state capitol, Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) signed into law on July 18th a package of abortion restrictions that is expected to drastically reduce access to abortion across the state. John Celock joins Mike to discuss.
"When Governor Perry signed the bill, he signaled a clear break with Texas families," Davis said in a statement shortly after
"It’s a fight on family planning, contraception, as well as terminating a pregnancy and without having adequate protections
The Texas measure marks the latest effort by Republicans at the state level to impose new restrictions on abortions, which
Sen. Bob Deuell, a Greenville Republican and a doctor, defended the bill, saying abortion clinics "had not maintained the
Rick Perry has made it clear that he fancies himself quite the expert on what women should do with their vaginas, as he and
The Supreme Court decisions on voting and affirmative action at the University of Texas, the Senate's vote on immigration and the People's filibuster that killed a bill set to all but outlaw abortion in Texas, are all part of a strategy to take Texas and the nation backwards and keep power in the hands of a few.
Texas Governor Rick Perry, a Republican who opposes abortion, called lawmakers back to Austin for a second special session
One of the controversial tenets of the abortion restriction bill would require all abortions to be performed in ambulatory
"We're going to pass some restrictions on abortion in Texas so that Texas is a place where we defend life," he said. "I mean
Say I am a CEO of a company somewhere "back East," as they say down in Texas, and I saw Governor Rick Perry's ads praising the benefits of moving my employees and my company to unregulated, low tax Texas. Well, I would have to consider a thing or two, one being, would the majority of my employees actually want to move?
Speaking on "Fox News Sunday," Perry said that "never in the history of Texas have they seen that kind of a mob rule," referring
Perry also defended the abortion legislation on Monday, using the trial of Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell as