Abortion Bill Headed To Governor

Bill on the governor’s desk would ban a commonly used dismemberment abortion.

The measure would outlaw a procedure called dilation and evacuation unless an abortion is required to prevent a mother’s irreversible physical impairment.

It would prohibit abortions extracting a live fetus in pieces using instruments such a clamps and forceps.

Governor Bryant generally opposes abortion, but no indication on whether or not he will sign this bill.

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