By: Samantha Gobba

Texas Alliance for Life’s executive director Joe Pojman told me the Obama administration’s rules barring states from directing tax dollars away from an entity based on whether it performs abortions are flawed. “Hopefully under the Trump administration, that will be rectified,” he said. “In the meantime, it’s very clear that Texas should be able to exclude providers who violate state and federal laws.”

By: Madlin Mekelburg, Austin bureau

Joe Pojman, executive director of the Texas Alliance for Life, said state programs offer higher quality health care to Texas women than Planned Parenthood. “Women will not see a doctor at Planned Parenthood unless they are there for an abortion,” Pojman said. “Planned Parenthood runs the largest chain of abortion facilities in the state. Women deserve better health care than Planned Parenthood is willing or able to offer, and now, in Texas, they will be able to receive it from thousands of other providers.”

By: Charlie Butts, Billy Davis

A pro-life activist is defending a state-issued booklet in Texas that abortion clinics are required to hand out to women seeking abortions. “It does include information about the risks of abortion. Women need to know that,” insists Joe Pojman of Texas Alliance for Life.