May 8th, 2023
San Antonio voters soundly defeated Prop A, a ballot initiative to decriminalize abortion, on the May 6 ballot. Prop A required police and other staff to ignore state laws protecting unborn babies’ lives and women’s health,...
April 11th, 2023
Friday, the U.S. Court in the Northern District of Texas issued a stay of the FDA’s approval of the chemical abortion drug mifepristone, meaning the drug would not be available for elective abortions throughout the nation....
February 16th, 2023
Texas Alliance for Life Urges Texas Supreme Court to Stop Current Form of the Proposed San Antonio “Justice” Charter Amendment
Last week, Texas Alliance for Life, Inc., a statewide pro-life organization based in Austin, and San Antonio resident Maria Teresa Ramirez Morris, petitioned the Supreme Court of Texas to block the San Antonio City Council...
September 6th, 2022
Today the Department of Veteran Affairs, part of the Biden/Harris Administration, announced that it will provide abortions for veterans and their beneficiaries that are deemed “medically necessary” or in cases of rape or...
July 28th, 2022
The United States Supreme Court released its judgment in the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The opinion in Dobbs, handed down on June 24, overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade and...
May 5th, 2022
Washington, DC — According to the news outlet POLITICO, a draft of the opinion in the Supreme Court’s decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization has been leaked.
December 21st, 2021
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.
December 7th, 2021
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.
December 1st, 2021
Texas Alliance for Life Board and Staff to Be Outside Supreme Court Building During Historic Dobbs Hearing
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.
October 19th, 2021
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...
April 24th, 2023
The United States Supreme Court handed down its much-anticipated ruling in the Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine v. FDA lawsuit.
March 9th, 2023
The Center for Reproductive Rights, a New York-based abortion advocacy firm, filed a lawsuit in state district court asking the court to clarify the scope of the exceptions in Texas abortion laws as applied to pregnant women...
November 11th, 2022
Austin, TX — The 2022 General Election concluded Tuesday night in Texas. The vast majority of votes are tallied, and many results can be confidently concluded, especially for the statewide races. Texas...
August 26th, 2022
Thursday, the Human Life Protection Act, HB 1280, goes into effect to completely protect unborn babies from the tragedy of abortion beginning at conception.
June 27th, 2022
Friday, the United State Supreme Court released its opinion in the much-anticipated case, Dobbs v.
April 28th, 2022
New Orleans, LA — The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ordered a lower court to “dismiss all challenges to the private endorsement provision of the Texas Heartbeat Act” this week.
December 13th, 2021
Texas Heartbeat Act Suffers Setbacks in Supreme Court and State District Court But Remains in Effect
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....
December 3rd, 2021
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...
October 25th, 2021
Supreme Court Agrees to Consider Two Federal Court Challenges to the Texas Heartbeat Act During an Expedited Hearing November 1. Meanwhile, the Texas Heartbeat Act Remains in Effect.
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.
October 4th, 2021
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...