Joe Pojman

In Texas, thanks to a timely new law that went into effect this month, mail-order abortion drugs are banned and will not put women at risk.
On December 2, the Texas ban on mail-order chemical abortions went into effect after the Legislature passed and pro-life Governor Greg Abbott signed it into law last summer.
We hope the Supreme Court will take a fresh look at the terrible Roe v. Wade precedent and give our legislators the latitude to protect unborn children from abortion beginning at conception.
Recently the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals granted an emergency stay against the preliminary injunction that prevented enforcement of the Texas Heartbeat Act. That preliminary injunction was issued by Federal District Judge...
This Saturday, January 23, 2021, thousands from across the state will participate in the 2021 Texas Rally for Life — as part of the Life Caravan around the Texas Capitol in Austin and via the Livestream....
We applaud the 5th Circuit’s decision. Without question, the State of Texas should be able to exclude law-breaking organizations like Planned Parenthood from its list of providers for vulnerable, low-income women. Texas has...
We are disappointed but not surprised. This demonstrates once again that the terrible Roe v. Wade precedent is cruel and out of step with science that tells us unborn children are babies deserving of protection.
Recently the Austin City Council voted to appropriate $100,000 to fund abortion access, according to the “Immediate Community Investments and Re-imagining Plan.”  This $100,000 is in addition to the $150,000 allotted in last...
Yesterday evening the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an order allowing the performance of drug-induced abortions in the 15 abortion facilities that sued Governor Greg Abbott over his Executive Order GA 09 calling for...
With the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases projected to rise, healthcare providers’ highest priority must be treating patients who test positive and others whose lives are at risk.
On Friday, the Supreme Court ruled by an 8-1 vote in Whole Woman’s Health v. Jackson that a challenge to the Texas Heartbeat Act brought by abortion providers may continue against state agencies that enforce medical laws....
We are encouraged by the questions the justices asked that signal their openness to reversing Roe. If that happens, the Texas Human Life Protection Act, HB 1280, will begin protecting unborn babies from the tragedy of...
Friday, the Supreme Court agreed to consider two federal court challenges to the Texas Heartbeat Act during an expedited hearing on November 1. In the meantime, the Texas Heartbeat Act remains in effect.
At least two lawsuits have been filed in state court against Alan Braid, a well-known San Antonio abortion doctor, who claims to have performed an abortion after the baby’s heartbeat was detectible, in violation of the Texas...
The 2021 Texas Rally for Life will be held on Saturday, January 23, from 2-4 PM CT!
Yesterday, by a vote of 52-48, the United States Senate voted to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to be an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Both Texas Senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz voted to confirm....
Amy Coney Barrett
Today President Trump has nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the United States Supreme Court. By any description, Barrett is highly qualified for the position. She clerked for Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. She was...
The Supreme Court’s ruling is disappointing; however, it is not a setback. We have lost no ground. The rule requiring doctors who perform abortions to have hospital privileges in Louisiana, Texas, and other states,...
Clearly the crisis in Texas and across the nation calls for measures to conserve the personal protective equipment needed by doctors and nurses fighting coronavirus on the front lines. We believe that merely delaying...
The Texas law is among the best in the nation. It balances patients’ rights to make end of life decisions with the rights of physicians to not indefinitely order painful, medically inappropriate interventions to terminally...

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