Pro-Life

We understand that compromise is essential in governing. But on the issue of life, there is no middle ground. You are either in favor of the dismemberment of innocent children or you are against it. Pro-life activists can always look to TexasGOPVote as a resource and ally in the fight to protect innocent life.
This radical pro-abortion bill that Senator Schumer set for a vote allows for abortions at any point during a woman's pregnancy up until the time of delivery. It does this by prohibiting states from protecting an unborn...
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.
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Today, I sent a letter to Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and Metropolitan Police Chief Robert Contee III demanding the remains of the five preborn children discovered by police be preserved for future oversight.
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 want to see the Supreme Court do the right thing and restore the decision-making power to the people so the people can decide the important matters of life.
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.
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.
Tuesday I spoke on the floor of the House of Representatives in opposition to the "Abortion on Demand" Act.
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...
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Today on the floor, I discussed the implications of the recently leaked draft U.S. Supreme Court opinion. Excerpts of my remarks are below, and video can be found here. 
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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.
Our letter comes after the New York Times released a scathing report highlighting the appallingly high false-positive rate of noninvasive prenatal genetic screenings (85%) for rare genetic disorders.
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...
As the Supreme Court began oral arguments for Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case involving Mississippi’s abortion ban, I spoke on the House Floor in support of the pro-life movement.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton told Newsmax on Friday he is ''very hopeful'' the U.S. Supreme Court will recognize his state's authority to ''protect life'' and ''get people the opportunity to have their grievances...
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...
If the federal appeals court throws out the temporary block of Texas’ abortion law, providers could be sued retroactively.
I am unapologetically pro-life and stand ready to give my voice to the voiceless and do everything in my reach to ensure this bill never becomes law.

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