A bill requiring physicians to notify women that their drug-induced abortion can be reversed cleared the House on Wednesday as Republican lawmakers make a second attempt to reduce a growing number of medical abortions.
The House voted 85-39 to pass a bill based on the controversial idea that a medical abortion can be stopped halfway through a two-drug regimen.
The Legislature passed a similar bill in 2019 but couldn't override the . . .
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