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Paige Alexandria

by Paige Alexandria

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With latest defamation lawsuit, Texas abortion advocates are fighting for their rural clients

July 21, 2020
An attack on these organizations is an attack on every Texan who needs reproductive health services.

After Texas’ month-long block, what does abortion care look like during COVID-19?

June 4, 2020
A global pandemic is not the time to restrict access to time-sensitive and essential health care, and yet, that’s exactly what Gov. Greg Abbott and indicted-AG Ken Paxton did when they blocked most abortions in the state, denouncing it as non-essential.
Abortion is essential Texas

Texas must do better to protect incarcerated people from COVID-19

April 13, 2020
Texas is currently in a state of emergency amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, and the safety and health of those experiencing incarceration must be prioritized.
Texas jails COVID-19

Texas groups sue over constitutionality of 7 local anti-abortion bans

March 5, 2020
Abortion is legal in all 50 states, but some cities in Texas have passed unconstitutional ordinances in an attempt to stigmatize abortion and confuse the people who need them.
Abortion in Texas

Texas is listening to sexual assault survivors

December 23, 2019
While legislation this year has centered survivors of sexual assault, elected officials must hold themselves accountable to these recent changes.
Sexual Assault Policy Texas

What are the standards for abortion access while incarcerated in Texas?

November 19, 2019
The right to have an abortion should be a normal part of health care when experiencing incarceration, but access doesn’t look the same inside every Texas county jail.
Travis County Complex

Why repealing Hyde isn’t enough to expand Medicaid coverage for abortion

October 22, 2019
Beyond the recent bans, there have been institutional barriers in place to keep low-income people and people of color from accessing abortion services.
Fight Back Texas Rally