New late-term abortion law in New York could help out conservatives in 2020

There’s been tremendous response from Texans concerned about the recent passage in New York of a late-term abortion law and it's a big motivator for voters in the 2020 election.

Texas Alliance for Life Executive Director Dr. Joe Pojman said abortion at any time during pregnancy is disturbing for many folks, but especially up until birth is extraordinarily appalling to just about everybody.

"There are people in the Capitol, in both the House and the Senate who want to see legal abortion through the entire nine months of pregnancy for any reason at all and we have to be very vigilant and make sure that they do not get control," said Pojman.

He said he doesn't think there will be any serious attempt in Texas to pass such a bill because there would be serious backfire.

"We have gotten tremendous response from people in Texas concerned about the law in New York. It is a tremendous motivating issue for people," said Pojman.

Texas has had a ban on late-term abortions since 2013.

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