Lt. Gov. Patrick: Abortion Will Be Banned in Texas if U.S. Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade


“If the leaked draft is indeed accurate, it is a great day for innocent babies in the womb. They will finally be safe in Texas and other Republican states. Prayerfully, in time, all states will protect them.”
 
Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas – “Texas has already taken decisive action on this issue. Not only did the Texas Legislature pass the Heartbeat Bill that has already saved 1,000s of innocent babies since becoming law last September, we also passed the Trigger Bill, which I made a top priority last session," said Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick earlier today.
 
"If accurate that Roe v. Wade is set to be overturned, this is a great day for life. Media reports estimate that as many as 62 million innocent babies have been aborted since the Supreme Court decided Roe in 1973. 
 
"A Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe adheres to the Constitution and returns the decision on abortion back to the states as mandated by the 10th Amendment. The Trigger Bill ensures that if Roe is overturned, abortion is banned in Texas.

"Our Trigger Bill protects the mother from any criminal or civil penalty. If a doctor attempts an abortion, it is a second degree felony. If the baby dies, that doctor would face a first degree felony
," Patrick said.
 
"I am sure the left will fight to allow abortion in Texas. They will not win that fight. 
 
"We are steadfastly a pro-life state and have made tremendous efforts to support women in their decision to choose life. I have led the charge to more than double funding for our Alternatives to Abortion program, which provides services to women who choose life. We will also continue to strengthen adoption programs in Texas and support families who welcome adopted children into their loving homes.
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"Texas has led the way to protect innocent life in the womb, and we will continue to do so moving forward in the Texas Senate
," said Lt. Gov. Patrick.

 
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