By: Mark Otte

Thousands of pro-life supporters gathered at the Capitol Saturday to commemorate the 44th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, and among the crowd was Texas State’s student organization Bobcats For Life. Around 30 members of Bobcats For Life traveled 40 miles to Austin to show their support for the Texas Rally for Life.

By: Charlie Butts

The purpose of the law, he continues, is to “[restore] some measure of dignity to those unborn children who lose their lives to abortion and to miscarriage.” Otherwise, fetal remains will continue to be treated as medical waste. “And surely we don’t have to allow abortion-providers to grind and flush the remains of those children who die from abortion down into a sewer system,” the pro-life spokesman concludes.

By: Charlie Butts

The Lone Star State passed into law a policy that aborted babies must be buried or cremated; in response, abortion-providers quickly filed suit in federal court. U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks issued an injunction claiming the law raised the possibility of constitutional violations and could severely limit abortion access in Texas.

But Joe Pojman of Texas Alliance for Life tells OneNewsNow that the state’s rules have been well crafted. “… The reality is Texas cannot limit access to abortion in [the state] and these rules do not do that,” he explains.

By: Nicole Barrios

People from Midland, Corpus Christi, Houston and elsewhere took about 30 charter buses to the event, said Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life and a member of the event host committee. Pojman said Saturday’s crowd was the biggest he had ever seen in his 30 years attending the anti-abortion rally