”They’ve already disgraced it once. I’m not going to let them do it a second time.”
For the former state senator, accurate representation in the Hollywood biopic goes beyond historical accuracy.
Three years after Wendy Davis’s filibuster, Texas’s anti-abortion law is struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court.
The former Texas gubernatorial candidate readies her second act at SXSW.
As HB2 lands at the Supreme Court, the activists on both sides that gathered at the Capitol in 2013 are still fighting their battles.
In two recent interviews, the defeated Democrat discusses what went wrong in 2014.
As the organization marks its second anniversary, the real question is: does it have a future?
Readers respond to the January 2015 issue.
I was surprised to read that Wendy Davis intends to make another run at public office, as yet unspecified. Among other things, she has retracted her support for open carry. But it is hard to see what kind of future Davis has, particularly when Battleground Texas proved to be as…
Step one: study Wendy Davis’s example.