Texas Alliance for Life’s executive director Joe Pojman celebrated the Senate’s August passage of SB 4, saying “We strongly support the chemical abortion safety protocols in SB 4, and we applaud the Lt. Governor Dan Patrick and the members of the Senate who supported it. Texas needs this bill to assure that chemical abortions are performed under the supervision of a physician and with adequate safety protocols.”
We believe the money should be spent differently. “There are some 23 wonderful agencies in the greater Austin area that help a woman who has a crisis pregnancy with alternatives to abortion, including adoption,” said Joe Pojman, ED for @TexasAlliance4Life.
— TexasAllianceforLife (@TXAlliance4Life) August 20, 2019
Texas Alliance for Life reported yesterday that this same abortion chain that is currently fighting before the Supreme Court to strike down a law on abortion safety regulations has a history of failed inspections, dirty equipment, untrained staff and other health violations. (Earlier this month, Live Action News reported on this discovery here and here.) These repeated health violations among the Whole Woman’s Health chain show that there is a pattern of serious mismanagement among these Texas facilities.
Also in 2011: Another review of Texas abortion facilities conducted by the pro-life group Texas Alliance for Life listed several disturbing violations cited by state health inspectors at Whole Woman’s Health in Beaumont. An inspection of WWH dated November 17, 2011, found a long list of violations including (among other things):