But Joe Pojman, director of the anti-abortion group Texas Alliance for Life, identified one organization that seemed interested in this task. Pojman said that while following the new regulation will likely cost more than clinics’ current method of disposing abortion remains, the financial difference could easily be covered by Our Lady of the Rosary, an Austin cemetery.
“To find out that this culture of death is now leading to the sale – this is no different than what happened in Nazi Germany,” said Rep. Jodie Laubenberg, a Parker Republican who is a leading anti-abortion lawmaker, at the rally sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Life. “No different than doing the experiments on the old men and old women and now doing them on the babies. And I am so proud that Texas always takes the lead in trying to turn back what started with Roe v. Wade.”