AUSTIN, Texas (KXAN) - Fresh off her successful fight to kill anti-abortion legislation and now in the cross-hairs of Texas Republicans, state Sen. Wendy Davis said she has a burning desire for public service but is not ready to announce plans for her political future.
"What I want this story to be about is not what my future potentials, are but the future potential by the people, for the people," Davis told KXAN in a sit-down interview in her Senate office Thursday.
Davis, a Fort Worth Democrat, has been on numerous national news shows since her 11-hour speech on the Senate floor Tuesday night that set the stage for derailing a Republican-backed bill to restrict abortions in Texas.
The speech, sometimes emotional and sometimes a dry recitation of facts, ended up serving as a prelude to a boisterous and sustained demonstration in the gallery that halted the official business of the Senate and prevented a vote.
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