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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Harry B. Blevins
A "fetal pain" bill that would prohibit abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy in most cases failed to clear a key Senate committee hurdle Thursday — a day after the full body passed a measure that would require all women to undergo ultrasound imaging before having an abortion.
"We just worked it through the various relationships that we have," he said of the police assistance. "I would suggest that they have a vested interest."
He said, however, that the measure being considered Thursday was completely different.