House Bill 3326 Information

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Get to know the bill

HB 3326 would abolish abortion in the state of Texas by providing equal protection to all unborn Texans beginning at fertilization.

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HB 3326 Setting the Record Straight

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HB 3326 Press Release

In his official statement, Representative Slaton said

“As the Declaration of Independence makes clear, governments are instituted primarily to secure God-given rights, the principal among them being the right to life. The right to life is the first among all natural rights, and must be protected to the utmost. Any law, rule, or court decision that is opposed to this self-evident truth is not only unconstitutional but contrary to natural law and must be rejected.”

More than 55,000 babies are murdered by abortion in our state every year, making abortion a leading cause of death in our state. Thousands of innocent lives are ended unjustly every year without being provided the legal protection enjoyed by every born person in Texas. 

Current Texas law already defines a person to include, “an unborn child at every stage of gestation from fertilization until birth.” Penal Code (PC) § 1.07(a)(26) and (38).

PC § 19.02 makes it murder to intentionally kill an unborn child. However, PC § 19.06 creates an exception for abortion.

PC § 19.06 exists because Texas has surrendered to an unconstitutional federal court ruling that is not binding on this state. HB 3326 simply repeals the exception for abortion in PC § 19.06, giving unborn persons in Texas the same legal protection as any born person. 

Roe v. Wade and its judicial progeny are unconstitutional, immoral court decisions where the court claims that there is a right to abortion contained within the Constitution despite no such evidence.

Furthermore, the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution provides, “No state shall… deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

If we truly believe that a fetus is a person, then the laws which protect born human beings must equally protect those not yet born. Those who oppose equal protection either do not believe that a fetus is a person or do not want to follow the Constitution.

State Representative Bryan Slaton

State Representative Bryan Slaton

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Texas State Representative Bryan Slaton, District 2

 

Is your representative a co-author?

Look up who your State Representative is here and ask that they co-author HB 3326.

Here is an example message you can use:

Dear Representative,

Hello!  I am one of your constituents and I would like to request that you co-author HB 3326 - The Abolition of Abortion in Texas through Equal Protection for All Unborn Children Act. 

I trust that you, like me are committed to ending abortion in Texas and would appreciate your public support of this bill which would do just that by providing equal protection to all unborn Texans. 

I look forward to your response and appreciate your time. 

Respectfully,

Get involved

  1. Sign the petition below.
  2. Please contact Bryan Representative Slaton and thank him for filing HB 3326. Filing a bill like this takes a lot of courage and we are tremendously grateful to him.
  3. Contact your State Representative and request that they co-author HB 332. Look up who represents you here.
  4. Come to the rally on March 30th at 2PM at the Texas Capitol.

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