Sunday, July 07, 2013

SB1 HHS Hearing Rallies Supporters

From the inbox:

The Texas Senate committee on Health & Human Services will hear testimony regarding the Pro-Life bill in the Legislature. Citizens may begin signing up to testify at 9:00 AM on Monday at room E1.036 in the Capitol Extension. Testimony will be limited to 2 minutes each. Written testimony is also allowed and must be submitted with 20 copies and stating the person's name. Be prepared for a long day as the abortion supporters will do their best to control the process. And don't forget to wear your Baby Blue!

Also, come join other Texas Pro-Lifers and Gov. Mike Huckabee in a rally on the Capitol grounds Monday night at 7:00 PM. We must show that the liberal mob has not silenced us as the media bears down on Texas conservatives.

If you cannot make it to Austin, Sen. Dan Patrick has setup an online petition that you can sign at

Supporters are asked to wear blue and to bring lots of water, as it is summer in Texas.  

Here are events listed for Monday:

Monday, July 8th

10:00am - Senate Health & Human Services Committee - E1.036 (Finance Room)
SB 1
Relating to the regulation of abortion procedures, providers, and facilities; providing penalties.
**NOTE: Unlike the House, the Senate DOES NOT have electronic witness registration. You'll have to fill out a paper form and hand it to the committee clerk. Witness registration begins at 9am outside of room E1.036 (Finance Room).

7:00pm - Pro-Life Rally - South Steps of the State Capitol

Speakers: Gov. Mike Huckabee, The Duggars family, First Baptist Dallas Pastor Robert Jeffress, CWA President Penny Nance, March for Life President Jeanne Monahan, and our leading pro-life state elected officials and leaders.

I have it on good authority that charging stations for electronics and quiet spots for blogging are being acquired for those coming to report on the proceedings.  These will be available with the help of friendly legislators who are willing to assist bloggers.  If you are taking advantage of these opportunities, please remember to thank those helping bloggers along the way.  

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