Texas Leads The Way in Anti-Abortion Efforts

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In the last few years, conservatives who are passionate about the pro-life cause have finally gotten savvier in reducing the number of abortions in their states. They have done it by way of strategic legislation which, for example, encourages abortion providers like Planned Parenthood to measure up to health standards, or bans abortions past certain gestation periods.

Texas has especially led the way in this approach. And its newest law, which will become effective Sept. 1, is an example of that. Yet its critics remain ever angry and belligerent over any attempts to curb or regulate abortion.

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