By: Grace Carr
“This is not going to make abortion unavailable. Abortion is readily available in Texas, that will continue,” Texas Alliance for Life executive director Joe Pojman said, according to MySanAntonio. “This is merely about assuring that the remains of babies who die from miscarriage and abortion are handled in a dignified manner.”
Included in the list of those who will testify during the trial are the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops, funeral home directors who will pay for cremations and burials, and women who have consented to the burial of their aborted babies, among others.