Abbott: Davis Wants "Late-Term Abortion on Demand"

Attorney General Greg Abbott, addressing a boisterous anti-abortion rally at the Texas Capitol on Saturday, said his chief Democratic rival in the governor’s race was fighting to “return Texas to late-term abortion on demand.” 

Abbott, the Republican front-runner in the governor’s race, never mentioned Wendy Davis by name. Instead, he referred to her as a “little-known state senator” who rose to stardom by waging a filibuster this summer against a restrictive abortion law. And he called on abortion foes to ensure she doesn’t win this November.

“The person who led the fight for late-term abortion is now running for ...

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