Report: Abortions down 13 percent in Texas after strict limits went into effect in November
By: Gilad Edelman
Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life, an antiabortion group, had not yet read the report, but he argued that any decline in abortions resulted from several factors. Some clinics, he said, chose to close even though they were able to comply with HB 2 regulations. And laws approved in previous legislative sessions that require women to receive ultrasounds and counseling before an abortion procedure also contributed to the decline, he said.