Texas Chairman Kills Bill to Outlaw Abortion for ‘Criminalizing Women’ Involved in Murdering Their Babies

    Updated: April 10, 2019 at 10:36 pm EST  See Comments

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    AUSTIN, Texas — Despite testimony from hundreds on Monday that went on for hours into the night, Republican House Committee Chairman Jeff Leach has decided to kill a bill that would outlaw abortion altogether in the state of Texas because it “subjects women who undergo abortions to criminal liability.”

    The two-paragraph statement, which was released by the committee chairman, stated that he does not believe that women who seek out to have their babies murdered through abortion should be criminally responsible for their actions, and therefore, is not able to in “good conscience support House Bill 896.”

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