State Sen. Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, wrapped up a week in the national spotlight with appearances on the network affiliate Sunday talk shows. 

On her morning rounds, Davis said she expected her Republican colleagues to "try to be a little bit smarter" with their approach to passing abortion restrictions in the special session, following her 11-hour filibuster on Tuesday. This time, she said, "what they have to confront is that the eyes of Texas, the eyes of the country, are watching."


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Also on Sunday, the Lone Star Project, a Democratic research and communications organization, published a video of Davis reacting to the outpouring of support she received in her fight against Senate Bill 5.


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