Gov. Perry: My Anti-Abortion Law Could Have Saved Joan Rivers

News
This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

Texas Governor Rick Perry thinks Joan Rivers might still be alive if his controversial anti-abortion law was in effect in New York. The law requires clinics to meet hospital-level operating standards. It became law last year, but a judge recently put it on ice.

Perry was speaking at an event Sunday and randomly brought up Rivers, wondering if she would still be alive if Yorkville Endoscopy were subject to the tighter regulations.

We’re pretty sure … Joan would not approve.

 

30 Second Downloads

Texas DPS is extending some of their center's hours as a trial

Thumbnail for the video titled "Texas DPS is extending some of their center's hours as a trial"

American Airlines expects 30% reduction in flights, overstaffed by 8000 flight attendants

Thumbnail for the video titled "American Airlines expects 30% reduction in flights, overstaffed by 8000 flight attendants"

Popular South Texas beaches restricted, closed for Fourth of July

Thumbnail for the video titled "Popular South Texas beaches restricted, closed for Fourth of July"

Don't Miss

Popular

Latest News

More News