Very, very scary.
Very, very scary.
The Texas state senator who gained admirers and headlines after her abortion bill filibuster in June makes her campaign official. “I took to the senate floor determined to block the bill the only way I could — by filibustering,” she says.
The newly famous Texas state senator likes her Lululemon and Louboutins.
In a Washington speech, the liberal icon tries to play up her bipartisan credentials. She’s strongly considering a run for governor in the deep red state.
The Texas state senator spoke at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. Monday. She also didn’t rule out accepting a vice presidential nomination from Hillary Clinton in 2016.
“Wendy Davis stood up! Hey, hey, hey.”
The governor signed into law on Thursday new abortion restrictions that had sparked a lengthy filibuster and intense protests at the state Capitol.
Mayor Castro responded to a racist tweet after the cover was made public.
Democrats vow to fight the legislation in court.
Very strongly worded…
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Plus a surprisingly heartwarming beer commercial, nail art inspired by Wendy Davis’s filibuster, and an interview with someone else named North West.
“You were speaking on the Senate floor…”
Addressing the National Right to Life Conference, Texas Governor Rick Perry criticized Sen. Wendy Davis, referencing her past as a teenage mother.
Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis’ filibuster of a restrictive abortion law blew up on social media, but cable news networks ignored the buzz and stuck with rebroadcasts of earlier shows. Orlando TV news anchor Mark Joyella on why the cable networks dropped the ball.
The Texas State senator filibustered a controversial, sweeping abortion bill which lawmakers failed to pass. “The LeBron James of filibustering” had a really good night.
The ways state governments restrict women’s abortion rights — without actually coming out and saying it. Written by a lady who’s had one.
Updated: Following Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis’s marathon filibuster, Texas lawmakers failed to pass the bill, which would ban abortions after 20 weeks and effectively close most abortion clinics in Texas.