AUSTIN, Texas, August 15, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed today a bill to restrict state funding for abortion insurance.
The new law will keep Texans from having to pay for elective abortions through their insurance plans.
“As a firm believer in Texas values I am proud to sign legislation that ensures no Texan is ever required to pay for a procedure that ends the life of an unborn child,” Gov. Abbott said. “This bill prohibits insurance providers from forcing Texas policy holders to subsidize elective abortions. I am grateful to the Texas legislature for getting this bill to my desk, and working to protect innocent life this special session.”… read more
opinion: Praise and the Glory be to God! We emailed Gov. Greg Abbott and thanked him for his courage and standing for these innocent babies. If you would like to thank him as well visit here.
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The Centers for Disease Control launched a Salmonella outbreak alert for twelve states, including Texas.
The CDC says 47 people reported getting sick after eating yellow Maradol papayas. Twelve of those people were hospitalized, one died.
The CDC is recommending that people not eat, restaurants not serve, and retailers not sell any yellow Maradol papayas. If you are not sure if your papaya is part of the recall you should call the store where you bought it, if they do not know the CDC says “when in doubt throw it out.”
The alert does not include any information on which stores sold the papayas.
You can find full details on the recall by clicking on this link. [Full Source]
Razor blade sabotage found on Walmart shopping cart in Missouri
FESTUS, Mo. – A second razor blade was found hidden in the handlebar of a shopping cart at a Festus Walmart. The first report was made on Sunday when a shopper made the disturbing discovery. “When she wiped down the handle with an antibacterial wipe, she cut her finger on it,” said Michelle Patterson. Patterson doesn’t blame Walmart for the incident. She wants others to be aware so no one is hurt in the future<!–more–>
Razor blades found embedded in slide at Texas park
HUNTSVILLE, Tx. (KPRC-TV) – Razor blades have been discovered in slides in at least one park in the city of Huntsville, Texas, according to a release on the city’s website. The city said a heating device is being used to melt portions of the plastic slides and razor blades are then inserted into the surface. The blades were discovered during an equipment inspection last week. “The kids are supposed to be able to come out and play safely not worry about razors being found in slides and stuff like that that’s not cool,” Jakkie Coleman said.<!–more–>
opinion: Please warn people to be careful! We live in a fallen world. This is not new and has happened before. See below articles. These articles have something in common, CHILDREN!
- Someone May Have Put Razor Blades Inside Kids’ Shoes at a Texas Walmart
- More Razor Blades Found in Mission Bay Playground
- Razor Blades Found in Playground Equipment
- Police probe string of razor-blade incidents hurting kids
The Texas Supreme Court has ruled against government benefits for gay married couples.
The decision overturns a lower court decision and sets the stage for a new trial in the Lone Star State.
Conservatives are hoping the case will help chip away at the Supreme Court’s 2015 Obergefell v Hodges decision that legalized gay marriage. Their chief argument in the Texas case: states should decide on the issue of spousal benefits because Obergefell didn’t declare them to be a fundamental right of marriage.
Plaintiffs’ attorney Jared Woodfill called the decision a victory for states’ rights and religious liberty…. read more
Texas Governor Greg Abbott is taking a huge step to protect the unborn.
On June 8, he signed a law that prohibits the intentional dismemberment of an unborn child during an abortion.
The law says, “a person may not intentionally perform a dismemberment abortion” unless it’s necessary in a medical emergency.
Texas Right to Life applauded the law, calling it a “a monumental step in protecting the most vulnerable among us and advancing Pro-Life legislation in our state and across the country.”…. read more
FOOD ALERT, PLEASE SHARE AND WARN Family and Friends, Thank you.
DALLAS (CBSDFW) – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention are investigating foreign seafood providers that have shipped tuna to the Texas area that may be tainted with hepatitis A.
According to the USDA, frozen tuna from the Hilo Fish Company that was sourced from Sustainable Seafood Company, Vietnam, and Santa Cruz Seafood Inc., Philippines has recently tested positive for the hepatitis A virus.
According to the CDC, any unvaccinated person who consumed recalled frozen tuna is at risk of contracting the hepatitis A virus… read more
An 8-year-old Texas boy had the birthday party of his life when a troop of police officers and firefighters celebrated with him over pizza and cake, after no one else showed up.
“We threw up our lights, hit the sirens a few times, and [Graham] started running across the driveway, stopped on the grass, and he was just in shock at that point,” Lieutenant Mark Schwobel of the Hurst Police Department told InsideEdition.com. “He was showing us his Nerf guns. He looked like he was having a heyday with all the extra company and attention there.”
Schwobel explained he rallied his entire team to come out to Graham Day’s 8th birthday party when the boy’s mom, Jennifer Day, told the department no one had shown up at her son’s celebration…. read more
by LHWM: Awesome! Thank you for sharing your time with this little boy and hope many others. God Bless you!
Gov. Greg Abbott (R-Texas) signed Senate Bill 24 Friday, which prevents the state officials from issuing subpoenas demanding that pastors hand over their sermon messages for government inspection.
Alluding to a Bible verse as he addressed a late Sunday morning service at Grace Church in The Woodlands, Texas, Abbott commended the newly passed legislation.
“Texas law now will be your strength and your sword and your shield,” the Republican governor declared to the congregation, according to Townhall. “You will be shielded by any effort by any other government official in any other part of the state of Texas from having subpoenas to try to pry into what you’re doing here in your churches.”… read more