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Debate: Should Abortion Be Legal in Texas? – Episode 133

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For all of our listeners and viewers you don’t wonder about my position on this issue, but it’s a massive debate going on around the nation and around the world. Texas is part of that discussion and today I sit down with Austin Attorney and Democrat donor Adam Loewy to debate the issue of whether abortion should remain legal in Texas.

I’m very grateful to Adam Loewy for being willing to have this conversation. It’s honestly hard to find establishment Republicans that are willing to discuss our differences and it’s also not easy to find Democrats willing to come on a conservative show and defend their positions either.

Texans, you need to be willing to advocate for your beliefs and I hope that today’s discussion encourages you to do just that.

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