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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 7, [No. 4], April 1979
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Date April 1979
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Transcript SUMMARY OF THE ANTI-ABORTION BILLS IN THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE AS OF February 21, 1979 H.B. 125 by Rep. Gene Green of Houston. The bill would amend Title II of the Family Code by giving a living fetus, surviving an abortion the same rights, powers and priviliges as other citizens. It also attempts to terminate the parent-child relationship and to make the fetus a ward of the State Dept. of Human Resources. Referred to the Committee on Judicial Affairs: Chair: Bird, Vice Chair: Hill of Dallas, Allred, Barrientos, Donaldson, Gaston, Hudson, Polk, Reyes, Whitmire. S.B. 117 by Sen. Walter Mengden of Houston. Same as H.B. 125 by Green. Referred to the Committee on Jurisprudence: Chair: Farabee, Vice Chair: Meier, Braecklein, Doggett, Jones of Houston, Longoria, Mauzy, Mengden, Parker, Santiesteban, Schwartz. S.B. 118 by Sen. Salter Mengden of Houston. The bill would prohibit hospitals, clinics, or any other medical facilities, supported by any taxes, from using its services and/or facilities for the performance of abortions; except to save the life of the woman or in cases of rape or incest. A resident of the county in which the facility is located may sue to enjoin the facility. (It should be noted that all hospitals receive some tax money, and that this bill would also stop the training of new physicians and other medical personnel in the medical schools of this state. Medical schools all receive tax money.) Referred to the Committee on Human Resources: Chair: Brooks, Vice Chair: Braecklein, Andujar, Blake, Clower, Doggett, Jones of Houston, Patman, Price, Short, Truan. S.B. 119 by Sen. Halter Mengden of Houston. The bill would prohibit the state or any city, county, special district, or any other politica subdivision from entering into any health insurance agreement that provides benefits for abortion; except in cases of rape or incest, or to save the life of the woman. (It should be noted that this would include school districts. Also, no political subdivision or insurance agency or company asked for such legislation. In fact, it is to their advantage to pay for abortions when sought, as opposed to maternity coverage.) Referred to the Committee on Economic Development: Chair: Creighton, Vice Chair: Harris, Howard, Jones of Abilene, McKnight, Moore, Price. | . H.B. 1063 by Rep. Bill Ceverha of Dallas./, The bill would adopt the concept that the 'unborn child1 is a person from the moment of conception; require 2nd trimester abortions to be performed only in a hospital and all abortion facilities meet 'surgical standards1; requires the physician to dispose of the fetus in a manner