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Abortion bans already in place prior to Roe v. Wade went into effect Friday, while clinics elsewhere — including Alabama, Texas and West Virginia — stopped performing abortions for fear of prosecution, sending women away in tears:

On Friday, police said they have issued a nationwide arrest warrant for a suspect identified as Kiarash Parzham, 30, who is wanted for first-degree murder in connection with the shooting.

Texas' trigger law is expected to go into effect in 30 days, making abortions illegal in the state.

Texas AG Ken Paxton declares employee holiday after abortion ruling

Abortions in Texas will soon be banned from the moment of fertilization. What else does the Roe v. Wade reversal mean for Texans?

A 19-year-old man was shot Thursday night in Janesville while inside of a vehicle with the suspect, police reported.

Three Texas legislative committees have been created and have met the last couple of weeks to investigate the law enforcement response to the Uvalde mass shooting as well as discuss possible legislative solutions.

MOST WANTED SUSPECT: A Marion County inmate who escaped custody earlier this month has been added to the TBI's Most Wanted List and now a reward is being offered for information leading to Johnny Payne's arrest. #CHAnews 

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Nearly all Texas House Republicans voted against the landmark bipartisan gun legislation Friday even as the measure was partially inspired by the the Uvalde school shooting and sponsored by Texas’ senior Republican senator, John Cornyn

With the Supreme Court on overturning Roe v. Wade, it's time for a refresher on what exactly Texas' abortion trigger law is. Here's what to know.

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The Texas shooter violated a multiplicity of gun laws. The suggestion that more gun laws would have prevented this act of unspeakable evil is unsupported, and the implication that those who oppose such laws are somehow in favor of mass shootings is morally reprehensible.

"Why are we here?" Sen. Murphy presses fellow senators in emotional speech after Texas elementary school shooting. "I am here on this floor, to beg, to literally get down on my hands and knees and beg my colleagues ... find a way to pass laws that make this less likely."

Texas Gov. Abbott says the Uvalde school shooter had a "mental health challenge" and the state needed to "do a better job with mental health" — yet in April he slashed $211M from the department that oversees mental health programs.

Texas Gov. Abbott says the Uvalde school shooter had a "mental health challenge" and the state needed to "do a better job with mental health" — yet in April he slashed $211M from the department that oversees mental health programs.

Sen. Chris Murphy delivers remarks on Uvalde, Texas elementary school shooting: “What are we doing? What are we doing?…This only happens in this country and nowhere else. Nowhere else do little kids go to school thinking that they might be shot that day."

Warriors coach Steve Kerr spoke about the mass shooting at a school in Uvalde, Texas. (via @warriors )

I just announced Texas is OPEN 100%. EVERYTHING. I also ended the statewide mask mandate.

“Why are you here?!" A furious Sen. Chris Murphy demands answers from senators following Texas school shooting. “Why do you spend all this time running for the United States Senate...if your answer, is as the slaughter increases, as our kids run for their lives—we do nothing?”

To be clear, I’m spending <5% (but actually) of my time on the Twitter acquisition. It ain’t rocket science! Yesterday was Giga Texas, today is Starbase. Tesla is on my mind 24/7. So may seem like below, but not true.

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