Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Texas Ultrasound Bill Moves Closer to Passage

The Texas Tribune: Abortion Sonogram Bill Clears Another Hurdle, by Becca Aaronson:

Senate lawmakers have tentatively passed a controversial measure to require women seeking abortions to receive sonograms — and have the details of the fetus described to them — prior to the procedure. Pending a final vote tomorrow, the bill will head back to the House so the lower chamber can sign off on the Senate's changes. 

The vote on House Bill 15 came after compromise was reached on the biggest point of contention — whether women seeking abortions should be required to have a sonogram 24 hours in advance, or two hours in advance. . . .

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