Kim Lampkin, Carlos Aguilar, Freedom Of Access To Clinic Entrances Act discussed on Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge


Meteorologist Brad Martin in the W B A P Weather center. It is a dryer kind of heat, and it is most welcome this time of year. We've had a lot of humidity, Dew points. Getting lower temperatures are going to stay up there because we have another one of those high pressure heat domed moving in from the West, but this time of year, it ain't going to be 105. It's going to be 95. Maybe 98 or 99, but not anything hotter than that high Today. 95 Loader night 75 with some overnight lows in the sixties outlying areas as we saw this morning 94 with a slight chance of an isolated early afternoon thunderstorm tomorrow. Along a dying cold front and then 95 Thursday, but a little bit hotter. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, right now, W B A P 73 degrees news brought to you by Mr Electric Taxes. The Justice Department is weighing in against a controversial new abortion law. In Texas Attorney General Merrick Garland says the department will not tolerate violence against anyone who is trying to get an abortion in Texas or damage to providers property. He says the DOJ would protect those seeking to obtain and provide reproductive health services under federal law, known as the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act. Former President Bill Clinton back the legislation in response to violence by anti abortion activists in the 19 eighties and nineties taxes. New law bans the procedure at around six weeks when doctors can detect a fetal heartbeat and at a time when many women don't know they're pregnant. Meanwhile, an online news site called The 19th reported last week that whole women's Health and Fort Worth performed 67 abortions in 17 hours before the law took effect. Meanwhile, the Portland Oregon City Council will vote this on this tomorrow on an emergency resolution banning the purchase of goods and services from tax proposals in response to the new law in Texas prohibiting most abortions, the resolution of past would be in effect until Texas either withdraws the law or get it overturned in court. In a state with the Portland City Council, said quote. It stands unified in its belief that all people should have the right to choose if and when they carry a pregnancy and that the decisions they make are complex, difficult and unique to their circumstances. Kim Lampkin is W B A P news. Many are hoping a high speed bullet train could give riders a 90 minute trip between Dallas and Houston, but could construction start sometime after the first of the year. W F A T V. Asked Carlos Aguilar, CEO of Texas Central, the company that would build it all depends on funding. You know, that's the real item that we're working on. Now. All the major items that we need to support the execution phase are in place. He says the bipartisan infrastructure bill in Congress could help the project move forward. Taking a look at the early numbers on Wall Street. The Dow was down 81 point. NASDAQ up four points on the S and P 500 down seven points from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say your next update at 9 24 7 coverage at w b a p dot com.

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