Bill requiring separate abortion insurance among those Texas House passed this week
A bill that advanced in the Texas Legislature this week would require women to pay an additional insurance premium if they want their health plan to cover abortions not considered medical emergencies.
In this week's Texas Political Roundup: The state’s lawsuit over its new anti-“sanctuary cities” law is no more, but the legal battle over its constitutionality continues.
Plus, state lawmakers advance a measure that would require women to have separate insurance coverage for abortions.
And mail-in ballot fraud would be a felony if a bill that passed the House this week gets the governor’s signature.
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