This story was originally published by The Texas Tribune .

Barbara Pierce Bush, the daughter of former President George W. Bush, will headline a Planned Parenthood fundraiser in North Texas on Wednesday.

She will be the keynote talker at Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas annual Fort Worth luncheon, helping to raise money for an organization that renders an array of reproductive and sexual health services, including abortions.

Bushs public appearing before the group is striking, bearing in mind the fact that her father-god, President George W. Bush, was a staunch abortion antagonist during his time as Texas governor and as president.

But its not entirely unexpected. Bushs mother, former First Lady Laura Bush, has expressed support for the legality of abortion on a handful of occasions. The younger Bush, the CEO and co-founder of Global Health Corps, called Planned Parenthood an extraordinary organisation in a June New York Times interview, and attended a fundraiser for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Paris in October.

The lead donor of the luncheon is Sid R. Bass, the prominent Fort Worth billionaire.

Bushs health organization is, according to its website, a nonprofit that mobilizes a global community of young presidents to construct the free movement of persons for health equity. It spouses with organizations overseas to place fellows in year-long tenures promoting world health. Several Planned Parenthood limbs are among those organizations.

Theres a strong Texas connection in all of this: The chairman of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America is Cecile Richards, the daughter of the late Texas Gov. Ann Richards.

Bushs father deposed Richards from the Governors Mansion in 1994. Many political commentators viewed that campaign as at the least in part revenge for Richards acerbic 1988 Democratic National Convention keynote speech taunting the GOP nominee. It was Bushs grandfather, George H.W. Bush.

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Texas health officials have delivered a final legal notice to nix the funding Planned Parenthood receives through the Medicaid program.

In June, the U.S. Supreme Courthanded Texas abortion providers a major victoryby overruling Texas 2013 abortion restrictions.

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