By: Staff

“This is not the first time we’ve seen large donors use darkness to hide their identities from public scrutiny, particularly when they fund claims that are unsubstantiated and false,” said Joe Pojman, Ph.D., executive director of Texas Alliance for Life. “We thank these legislators for shining the light of transparency on TPEP so the public can judge whether their claims have merit. We believe they do not.”

By: Staff

The U.S. Supreme Court is re-entering the abortion debate, with Texas as the focus. “We still remain confident the law will be upheld, it was passed with a wide majority of the state house and senate, and signed by Governor Perry”, says Joe Pojman with the Texas Alliance for Life, which supports the law.

By: Richard Wolf

“We realize that there’s not a realistic way to ban abortions. They are going to remain readily available,” says Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life, which helped write the state law. Given that, he says, “we believe that the states should protect the health and safety of women who are undergoing abortions.”

By: Brian M. Rosenthal

“Since Planned Parenthood has only a few dozen sites in the state compared to than 4,600 providers in the Texas Women’s Health Program, we believe there will be ample providers of women’s health services for low-income women across the state,” said Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life, an Austin-based anti-abortion group.