Texas bill would protect physicians who deny care based on religious beliefs
By Admin | April 09, 2019
Texas lawmakers on Monday advanced a bill that would extend legal cover to state-licensed professionals who deny services based on their faith, according to the Dallas News.
Senate Bill 17 was furthered by one 19-12 vote. It is now in need of approval from the majority of the state Senate before it can proceed to the Texas House for further debate.
For more information, please read, Texas bill would protect physicians who deny care based on religious beliefs, by Becker's Hospital Review.