This session, Republicans in the Texas Legislature filed A TON of anti-abortion bills — 39 to be exact. That’s more restrictions they want to pile on top of the mountain of barriers already on the books.
The coalition envisions a Texas where everyone — regardless of their age, income, zip code, gender identity, immigration status, or whether they are incarcerated or detained — has access to all reproductive health care options.
I suffered because of misinformation given to me about my abortion – and my own state required that I be told these lies. It didn’t ultimately change my mind – it only made the experience traumatizing.
For 40 years, politicians have used the Hyde Amendment to deny coverage for abortion care for those who are struggling to get by. To learn more about the diverse movement to end Hyde visit AllAboveAll.org
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Progress Texas Insitute is our 501(c)(3) non-profit, which is an IRS tax status that allows donations to be deductible for federal income tax purposes. Work under this status has strict limits on lobbying and political activity. We do our issue education and civic engagement work under this status.
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