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Protecting the Unborn, Not Funding the Abortion Industry
The Texas Legislature began meeting last week for their biennial session ending on May 29. What’s on the pro-life agenda this session? Pro-life Texas Governor Greg Abbott has challenged the Legislature to ban perhaps the most dreadful of all abortion…
Why S. Ct. Justice Anthony Kennedy Cannot Be Trusted (and Never Should Have Been)
Since his appointment to the Supreme Court in 1988 by President Reagan, the pro-life movement has had high hopes that Justice Anthony Kennedy would be a trustworthy pro-life vote. We had hoped he would vote to completely overturn Roe v….
Governor Greg Abbott: Courageous Defender of Life
Last week, Texas Alliance for Life hosted its Annual benefit Dinner at the Hilton Austin. We were extremely honored to have Governor Abbott join us as our special guest, along with than 1,350 pro-life Texans. One of the highlights…
Abortion Victims: Human Commodities in Texas
Just over a year ago the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) began to release a series of undercover videos chronicling Planned Parenthood’s alarming practice of selling body parts of aborted victims– livers, kidneys, eyeballs, brains, and – for research. Not…
Setting the Record Straight on Texas’ Abortion-Safety Law
The following piece was written exclusively for Public Discourse. The Supreme Court is a vote away from unraveling years of incremental pro-life legislation as it examines the case surrounding Texas’ abortion-safety law HB2. But holding the abortion industry to a…
Whole Woman’s Health Fights HB 2’s Increased Abortion Safety Standards while Violating Current Safety Laws
This week, the Supreme Court of the United States will consider Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt. In this lawsuit several abortion providers have challenged two safety provisions of a law, House Bill 2, the Texas Legislature passed in 2013 by…
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 7, 2016 CONTACT Leah Brown 512.477.1244 (o) AUSTIN, TX — Texas Alliance for Life (TAL) will present Texas Governor Greg Abbott with their prestigious award for his “Courageous Defense of Life” at their 2016 Annual Benefit…
CONTACT: Leah Brown 512.477.1244 (o) Austin, TX — Last Friday the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) published proposed rules regarding the humane disposition of the bodies of unborn children after elective abortions. The rules are open for public…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 27, 2016 CONTACT Leah Brown 512.477.1244 (o) WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today on a 5-3 vote, the United States Supreme Court struck down key parts of HB 2, the Texas abortion facility safety law. However, HB 2’s…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 5, 2016 CONTACT Leah Brown 512.477.1244 (o) AUSTIN, TX — Texas Alliance for Life PAC endorses Jay Misenheimer in the Primary Runoff election for State House District 5. The Primary Runoff Election will be on Tuesday,…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 28, 2016 CONTACT Leah Brown 512.477.1244 (o) AUSTIN, TX — Texas Alliance for Life PAC today announced its strong endorsement of Gary Gates in the Republican Primary Runoff Election. Gates, who finished first in the March…
AUSTIN, TX — United States Senator John Cornyn will head Texas Alliance for Life’s quarterly Leadership Circle luncheon this Friday in Austin. Members of the media are invited to attend and will have an opportunity to ask questions. The…
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2017 Texas Rally for Life
- The Capitol in Austin
- 1/28/17 12:00 pm
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Visit TexasRallyforLife.org for details. Schedule 12: 00 pm – Meet at 18th & N. Congress Ave. and Ministry Fair 1:00 pm – Gather at 18th & N. Congress Ave. for the march to the Capitol 1:30 pm – Begin march…