By: Heather Clark

Joe Pojman of the Texas Alliance for Life lamented the funding in a statement, remarking in part, “The City of Austin continues to brashly work around the state law passed in 2019, banning contracts between government entities and abortion providers and their affiliates.”

“This blatant disregard for the intent of the legislature and the governor shows how detached this Council is from the vast majority of our taxpayers who do not want their tax dollars funding abortion in any way, shape, or form.”

He said that City Council missed an opportunity to rather fund crisis pregnancy centers that offer help and hope to abortion-minded mothers, “as there than a dozen life-affirming agencies located within the Austin City limits.”

By: Heather Clark

Texas Alliance for Life also obtained documentation from the Texas Department of State Health Services, which show that four of Hagstrom Miller’s five abortion facilities were cited in the past three years. The facilities were marked for violations including unsterilized equipment and “numerous rusty spots” on suction devices, possessing “the likelihood to cause infection.”