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Victoria Guerrero

by Victoria Guerrero

Legislative Fellow

3 police reform bills to watch for at the Texas Legislature

April 14, 2021
Intervention is necessary to regulate what police officers can and cannot do in the name of the law.

10 Texas bills that champion LGBTQIA+ rights

March 31, 2021
These ten bills written by LGBTQIA+ rights champions in the Legislature would provide long overdue protections for queer Texans.

7 anti-abortion bills the Texas Senate is wasting time on instead of bills to help Texans

March 18, 2021
Texas Republicans would rather waste resources on anti-abortion bills than on COVID relief or policies actually meant to help our state.

Abortion is Healthcare Act would remove decades of Texas restrictions

March 12, 2021
Seeks to rescind medically unnecessary restrictions like the 24-hour waiting period, restrictions on medicated abortion and telemedicine.

Immigration: The first sign of relief from a terrible policy

March 4, 2021
27 asylum seekers crossing the Texas/Mexico border became the first in over a year since Trump's cruel Remain in Mexico program.

The Black history of reproductive justice

February 25, 2021
The term, coined by Black women, has been the framework to many social justice movements in the U.S. since its inception.

Texas Republicans’ attack on Planned Parenthood is failing

February 11, 2021
Planned Parenthood plays a crucial role in providing healthcare services to communities across the state who depend on Medicaid.

Rosie’s Law would help create the repro health future Texans need

February 4, 2021
A historic bill in the legislature has the potential to increase abortion access in our state.

5 reasons why Greg Abbott isn’t pro-life just anti-abortion

February 1, 2021
Tens of thousands of Texans have died from COVID-19 under Gov. Greg Abbott's watch.

Recent SCOTUS abortion pill case foreshadows rulings to come

January 21, 2021
Abortion is essential, time-sensitive health care, and should be treated as such.

Betsy DeVos won’t be missed. Here are some of her policies that need to be reversed.

December 8, 2020
Betsy DeVos managed to stay in office all four years, giving her plenty of time to do damage to our education system.

3 immigration policies Biden can reverse in his first 100 days

December 3, 2020
Biden can offer asylum to refugees, end the Muslim ban, and reinstate DACA on day one of his presidency.
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Abortion rights already threatened during first week of bill filing for 2021 Texas Legislature

November 12, 2020
With the Texas legislative session beginning in January, Republicans have already begun filing anti-abortion legislation.

While campaigns come and go, the fight for progress continues

November 5, 2020
The general election may be over, but there’s still a lot you can do to help build a better Texas.

ICE is fast-tracking deportations in a pandemic to eliminate due process

October 20, 2020
This policy is a human rights violation and inhibits a person's ability to present their immigration case before a judge.

The Hyde Amendment has limited abortion rights for 44 years - it’s time to repeal it

October 7, 2020
The Hyde Amendment is one of the most harmful pieces of legislation to pass against abortion access.

The State Board of Education is deciding on new sex-ed standards for students. We the People (of Texas) elect them.

September 9, 2020
The 15 people that serve on the board hold the power of deciding what millions of students in public schools across Texas learn for years to come – and many are on the ballot in November.
Texas Sex Ed

How progressive voters are changing the political landscape of south Texas

August 17, 2020
With historic campaigns from Jessica Cisneros and Sara Stapleton-Barrera, progressives laid a foundation for future elections.
Progressives in South Texas