“While the Supreme Court tragically does not allow states to ban most abortions, we believe that Texas law should be changed to assure that the bodies of the victims of abortion are not treated like medical waste. These proposed rules validate the dignity of those unborn babies whose lives are unfortunately lost to abortion,” Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life, said when the rules were proposed in July.
“We are very disappointed with the Supreme Court’s decision,” said Joe Pojman, executive director of the Texas Alliance for Life. “The State of Texas will be unable to fully implement HB 2’s common sense regulations to protect the health and safety of women at substandard abortion facilities. Our work to protect mothers and unborn babies from abortion will continue.”
“A woman should have a day, at least, to think about the information she’s receiving about the abortion procedure,” anti-abortion advocate Joe Pojman told KVUE.