But his first public appearance as land commissioner the previous weekend came at an anti-abortion rally where 1,500 people thronged the same Capitol grounds. Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life, which organized the event, said Bush’s team approached his group “and asked if there was some way he could help.”
“I have to confess, the name is very interesting to people,” Pojman said. “I think it was evident from the crowd that they well appreciated his pedigree.”
Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life, worked with Morrison on her bill, which would allow a minor to apply for a bypass in the county where she lives, an adjacent county if her home county’s population is fewer than 10,000, or the county where the abortion clinic is.