Tell DSHS to Drop Their Dangerous Regulations

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Rep. Schaefer: Drop your cruel amendment that forces government into the most heartbreaking personal decisions of Texas women

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Schaefer's attack on women.

Join the fight for women's health in Texas and to make sure #WomenWinTX

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Join the fight for women's health in Texas

Gov. Abbott: Un-Happy Anniversary to you

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Today is the one-year anniversary of Governor Greg Abbott taking office but there is nothing to celebrate.

GOV. ABBOTT: Stop the sham investigation

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Gov. Abbott isn't "investigating." Abbott and his posse are on a witch hunt to "discover" something...no matter what a grand jury says. This is a sham. And, it is another example of Gov. Abbott putting politics before public health.

Tell the Texas Senate Health & Human Services Committee that you Stand with Planned Parenthood

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Tell the Texas Senate Health & Human Services Committee that you Stand with Planned Parenthood

Thank you Senators!

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Thank you Senators, HHS committee hearing

GOV. ABBOTT: Texans are fired up and ready to fight back!

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When Gov. Abbott launched his latest on 13,000 Texans who rely on Medicaid and turn to Planned Parenthood, he messed with the wrong movement.

Texas Manifesta: We Are Watching

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On this January 13th, start of the 84th Texas Legislative Session, we declare our values and our commitment to fight during the upcoming months.

Women are Watching the Bosses of Birth Control: And We'll Vote!

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A few short weeks ago, the Supreme Court ruled that for-profit corporations can deny birth control coverage to their employees. Greg Abbott, who is running for governor of Texas, submitted an amicus brief to to the court in support of this decision.

Women are Watching the Bosses of Birth Control and Greg Abbott

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A few short weeks ago, the Supreme Court ruled that for-profit corporations can deny birth control coverage to their employees. Greg Abbott, who is running for governor of Texas, submitted an amicus brief to to the court in support of this decision.

Don't restrict access to lifesaving cancer screenings

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Texas politicians are playing politics with women's health -- and we won't stand for it. Not in our Texas will politicians get away with restricting access to cancer screenings from the women who are most in need.

Texas Manifesta: We Are Watching

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On this January 13th, start of the 84th Texas Legislative Session, we declare our values and our commitment to fight during the upcoming months.

In Court Today: Texan Women's Access to Abortion

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The battle over HB2 has been long, and it's not over yet. The Supreme Court intervened and allowed closed health centers in Texas to temporarily reopen. But the 5th Circuit is hearing arguments and will decide whether HB2 should go into effect.

Not In My Texas: Pledge to Vote

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Sign petition to vote. Not My Texas / 5th Circuit Ruling--abortion restrictions

Tell Dan Patrick: Planned Parenthood and women's health care are not myths

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Dan Patrick said about Planned Parenthood in a recent debate: "It's a myth that Planned Parenthood has anything to do with women's health." Here's the truth: 200,000 Texans count on Planned Parenthood health centers every year.

Stand with Texas Women

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On June 26, Texas Senate Democrats led by Sen. Wendy Davis stood on the floor of the Capitol and stopped a bill that would have effectively outlawed abortion for most women in Texas. But this fight isn't over. We are ready to fight back. Join us.

Tell Gov. Abbott: We've had enough of these attacks on women's health

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TX Budget Cuts petition 06.17.2015