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TxPEP Fact Sheet on Abortion Access after HB2

Posted: Jul 17, 2014

Read our Fact Sheet with results about access to abortion services in Texas in the six months after HB2 went into effect.

Amanda Stevenson Publishes Op-Ed in the Houston Chronicle

Posted: Jun 26, 2014

TxPEP researcher Amanda Jean Stevenson examines the Twitter discussion regarding HB2 in summer 2013 and describes where discussion participants lived. A large fraction were Texans – coming from the majority of Texas counties – and the overwhelming majority were supportive of abortion rights.

TxPEP Publishes "The Public Health Threat of Anti-abortion Legislation"

Posted: Apr 2, 2014

Researchers with TxPEP published an article in the February issue of Contraception that discusses the effects that HB 2 will have on the health of Texas women, particularly low-income and young women who lack the resources to travel to clinics in a distant city or out of state, and the potential rise of abortion self-induction.

TxPEP Researchers Give Testimony in Texas Senate

Posted: Feb 28, 2014

Researchers with TxPEP provided evidenced-based testimony with suggestions to improve the provision of contraception at the Feb. 20, 2014 Senate Health and Human Services Committee.

Texas Policy Evaluation Project Releases Web App Displaying Local Data on Family Planning Services

Posted: Apr 2, 2013

Researchers with the Texas Policy Evaluation Project have developed the TxPEP Family Planning Data Finder, a web app that describes the provision of family planning services in each county, Senate district, House district, and public health region in Texas, as well as for the state as a whole.

The New England Journal of Medicine Publishes "Cutting Family Planning in Texas"

Posted: Sep 26, 2012

In "Cutting Family Planning in Texas," TxPEP investigators Kari White, Daniel Grossman, Kristine Hopkins, and Joseph E. Potter discuss the mechanism through which massive family planning budget cuts are affecting reproductive health in Texas.

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