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"We're literally forcing women into being childbearing vessels."
This "wink, wink -- we all know women lie" masked as journalistic concern isn't just about Davis, but all of us. Words like "highly suspect" "evidence" and "verification," used in circumstances like this, leverage a diffuse and atavistic suspicion of women.
Texas state senator and gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis joins HuffPost Live to defend her support of the death penalty.
A spokeswoman for Texas Right to Life said Davis was right to end her ectopic pregnancy, because "the life of the mother
Read more at Yahoo News. Davis sat down with Roberts to discuss her new memoir, "Forgetting to Be Afraid." Texas state Sen
But Davis remains proud of having taken a stand against that law, and her campaign is celebrating the filibuster anniversary
It's been almost a year since the day Wendy Davis arrived on the senate floor in her now famous pink sneakers to bravely filibuster a bill that if passed would have huge implications on reproductive health care in the state of Texas.
“I would have and could have voted to allow that to go through, if I felt like we had tightly defined the ability for a woman
Read more at the Valley Morning Star. “When I believe women’s health is in danger, I’m going to stand and fight to protect
The plaintiffs argue that those two provisions provide a "substantial obstacle" to women's constitutionally protected right
Many Texas Democrats have been urging Davis to run for governor, hoping she would succeed Gov. Rick Perry (R), who later
Davis emerged as a national figure in late June after her 11-hour filibuster helped defeat a controversial anti-abortion
In an interview with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, state Rep. Giovanni Capriglione (R ) said that Wendy Davis should personally
For the first time since Ann Richards, Texas Democrats have a leader, a win under our belts and the will to fight.
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
"Of course it forces a second look, but I am not taking that look right now," she recently told NBC News. "Right now, I'm
Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis (D) raised nearly $1 million in the second half of June following her high-profile filibuster