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As we wait for the Supreme Court to decide Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt—the case challenging HB 2–we want to make sure everyone is in the loop about happenings around the state on decision day and beyond.
We now know that the decision will be this Monday, 6/27.
The Supreme Court convenes at 10 AM EST (so 9 AM CST and 8 AM MST for us Texans) and starts to release opinions. In other words, we’ll know in the morning on decision day and we’ll spread the word about what the opinion means as soon as we can. Whether we’re celebrating or mourning, we’ll be doing it together.
Here’s where to gather on decision day:
Ft. Worth – Location to be announced (but you can still RSVP here), 5:30pm
McAllen – Whole Woman’s Health McAllen, 6:00pm
Waco – Location to be announced (but you can still RSVP here), 5:30pm
The day after the decision comes out (Tuesday, June 28), we’ll have a telephone town hall that anyone can join featuring Wendy Davis, Ilyse Hogue, Amy Hagstrom Miller, Yamani Hernandez, Jessica Gonzalez-Rojas and Nancy Northrup.
Sign up here to get invited to the tele-town hall and get the latest on the decision and events happening in the hours, days, weeks after the decision comes out!
You’re not going to believe what happened at the Texas State Capitol this week. The House State Affairs Committee held a hearing on fetal tissue research and invited actual doctors and researchers from public universities to testify – people who
Consistently rated as one of the best documentaries to come out this year, Trapped sets aside abortion stigma and shows viewers how abortion providers truly are: brave, compassionate medical professionals who bring abortion care to communities that need it most, often in the face
This is a guest post from Melissa Aronja. The day Whole Woman’s Health closed in McAllen, Texas was a sobering experience. It was March 2014, and no one at the time knew if the Rio Grande Valley would ever have
This is a guest post from Mary Drummer. I remember staying up ’til the early hours of the morning riveted to my computer screen and Twitter, catching the live Tweets and streams from activists who were in the Texas Capitol
On Wednesday, the House State Affairs Committee scheduled a public hearing for April 28, and the top of the agenda includes the discussion of fetal tissue and its research: “Study the policies used by research and medical entities to adhere to the
This is a guest post from Samantha Romero. When I discovered I was pregnant, I was in a loving relationship and had recently graduated from college, but I knew I wasn’t ready to be a mother. I was not in
NARAL Pro-Choice Texas has teamed up with Eythink to bring you limited edition gold foil flash tattoos of her “Big F, Little F” design. Fill out the form below to get yours!
This is a guest post from Chelsea Paquette. 2013 was a remarkable year for me. I started the year off feeling generally uninspired and burned out in my career. I was also unhappy socially and was exhausted by my chronic love-hate
Monday was a huge win for Planned Parenthood and for reproductive freedom. We finally saw justice when David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt – heads of the Center for Medical Progress and orchestrators of the undercover and heavily edited videos recorded