With prosecutors reviewing whether the last vote on a controversial abortion bill might have involved document tampering , and with thousands of protesters heading to Austin to have their say on the next vote, the Texas Legislature is scheduled to convene again in special session Monday.
On Sunday, groups supporting and opposing abortion rights were imploring supporters to come to Austin to make their voices heard for a 30-day legislative session that begins Monday afternoon — with even Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst urging anti-abortion activists to “fill the halls of the Capitol.”
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