“We feel very good about this. The abortion facilities were operating at a sub-standard level of care,” Pojman stated.
Joe Pojman, the executive director of the Texas Alliance for Life, which helped organize grass-roots support for the House bill, noted that having to travel for medical care is not unique to abortion. “If you live in the Rio Grande Valley and you need specialized oncology, for example, you may be traveling to Houston,” a trip of about 350 miles, he said in an interview.
Dr. Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life, noted, “Planned Parenthood runs the largest chain [of abortion businesses], with five enormous facilities in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio, each with enormous capacity.”
“Clearly, Planned Parenthood is committed to abortion,” Dr. Pojman observed.
Joe Pojman, CEO of Texas Alliance for Life (Austin), will speak at a meeting of Pro-Life Waco from 1 to 2 p.m. Sunday in the parish hall at St. Mary’s Church, 1424 Columbus Ave.
Pojman’s topic will be “Is Planned Parenthood Selling Baby Body Parts in Texas, Too?”