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Texas House passes restrictive abortion bill

The Texas House approved new abortion limits on Wednesday. A final vote in the state's senate, where the bill died two weeks ago amid filibuster and loud protests, could come…

Standing with Texas women: One man’s perspective

The views and opinions of the following first-person account are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Politically Inclined. By Ali Abbas Khorasani I joined thousands of…

SLIDESHOW: Thousands rally against Texas abortion bill on first day of special session

If you weren't luck enough to be a part of yesterday's rally in front of the Texas Capitol, here are a few photos from some people that were. Thanks to…

Perry’s comment about Wendy Davis’ past draws criticism from Joe Straus

In case you hadn't heard, Texas Gov. Rick Perry is really good at running his mouth. At a National Right to Life conference held in Dallas yesterday, Perry said Fort…

Texas governor calls second special session to address abortion

Just when you thought it was over, Texas Gov. Rick Perry has called another special session of the state legislature to begin on July 1 to address abortion restrictions. …

Wendy Davis throws herself, her cause into national spotlight

All eyes were on Fort Worth's Wendy Davis (D) throughout the day yesterday, as she and hundreds of supporters successfully stalled a vote that would have closed all but five…

SB5 does not pass in Texas Senate

After intense confusion and some tricky date changes, the Texas Senate has ruled that the final vote on SB5 was taken at 12:03 a.m., making the vote invalid as it…

Even Texas Senate doesn’t know if SB5 passed

If you are confused about what's going on in the Texas Legislature right now, don't worry — everyone is. After Fort Worth Senator Wendy Davis (D) failed to filibuster through the…

Steubenville’s victim blaming continues in Grand Rapids rape case

Many of you will probably remember the recent high profile Stuebenville, Ohio rape case involving high school football players who raped a girl twice while she was drunk, and then…

Thatcher, perhaps unwillingly, leaves behind legacy for feminists

One of the most controversial politicians in the history of British politics is the also the only woman to have stepped through the door of Number 10 Downing Street as…

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