Lawmakers urge more action to grapple with Texas’ maternal health problems
AUSTIN -- It's no secret that Texas has a serious health crisis on its hands with the alarming number of women dying due to issues related to pregnancy within a year after giving birth, and state leaders haven't yet come to a consensus on finding the best policy path forward.
But some women's health experts and state legislators agree one of the first steps is making sure Texas mothers have continuous access to health care before, during and after childbirth.
"I think we could have made some changes last (legislative) session," said Rep. Donna Howard, D-Austin. "We already... read more
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