VICTORY!! Texas Just Got The Best News Of The Century…

AUSTIN, TX - NOVEMBER 4: Texas Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott celebrates during his victory party on November 4, 2014 in Austin, Texas. Abbott defeated Democratic challenger Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis. (Photo by Erich Schlegel/Getty Images)


The Texas House passed a budget on Thursday that reallocates $61 million of funding from Planned Parenthood to pro-life crisis pregnancy centers, per LifeSite.

While the budget does not defund Planned Parenthood, it cuts off what they call “hidden streams” of funds, from sources such as the Health and Human Services Commission, the Attorney General and the Comptroller.

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The proposed budget allocates $20 million for the state’s “Alternatives to Abortion” program, a network of pro-life crisis pregnancy centers, maternity homes and adoption agencies that provide care for mothers and their babies, in and out of the womb.

The Alternatives to Abortion program gave free assistance to more than 131,000 pregnant women between 2006 and 2015 with a confidential pregnancy hotline, a pregnancy care network website, maternity and baby clothing, car seats, diapers, formula, food, furniture, temporary shelter, and referrals to community agencies and medical resources.

The program also offers life skills training, and has classes that educate on pregnancy and parenting, job skills training, GED classes, and mentoring.


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