But Joe Pojman, head of the Texas Alliance for Life, which also opposes abortion, said Tuesday that it’s too early to sound the alarm.
The House State Affairs Committee, he said, has already passed significant abortion reforms, including a ban on using fetal tissue from abortions for medical research, stricter reporting of abortion complications and a ban on any state funding for abortion providers.
In addition, abortion-related bills passed by the Senate have a later dead for House votes, extending the time for action.
“It’s all very doable,” Pojman said. “I think we’re on task to have another sensational session.”