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New Survey: Texans Struggle to Pay for Reproductive Health Care

Researchers found that a third of Texas women using a contraception method other than sterilization "would like to be using a more effective method."

More than half of Texans who were surveyed in a new university study said that they have faced at least one barrier to accessing cervical cancer screenings, family planning care, or other reproductive health services.

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Here’s the Abortion Testimony Texas Republicans Refused to Hear

Today, RH Reality Check brings you the silenced testimony from the hundreds of Texans—many of whom had been waiting over fifteen hours—who were denied the opportunity to be heard by their elected representatives.

RH Reality Check brings you the silenced testimony from the hundreds of Texans—many of whom had been waiting over 15 hours—who were denied the opportunity to be heard by their elected representatives.

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Anti-Choice Democrat Rushes to Bring Abortion Bill to Texas Senate Floor as Protestors Gather Again

Senfronia Thompson (D-Houston) (pictured above) punctuated her amendment by hanging a wire coat hanger on her microphone.

An anti-choice Democrat in Texas appears to be taking advantage of the death of one of his colleagues’ father in order to suspend a rule that would bring an omnibus anti-abortion bill to the senate floor sooner than expected.

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Texas Legislators Fight Back With Pointed Amendments

There was no way that pro-choicers could stop a bill requiring women seeking abortions to have an ultrasound. But they could use amendments to highlight anti-choice hypocrisy.

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