Guest Column: Push Back Against "Do-Nothing" Crowd

I am a Baptist deacon and Sunday school teacher, so my legislative votes are pretty well set as "pro life." In the 83rd legislative session, I voted for every pro-life issue and every amendment. Also, I had no involvement in either Senate Bill 303 or House Bill 1444 — bills opposed by Texas Right to Life that would have modified the state’s advance directive law.  

Still, like many others, I received a subpar score from Texas Right to Life, which indicated that I was not as conservative on these issues as other House members. That was followed by a delegation ...

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