Arizona Senate panel OKs more reporting on abortions

By The Seattle Times
2018.02.15. 00:53
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PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona Senate panel dominated by Republicans has approved a proposal that greatly boosts abortion reporting requirements for doctors, clinics and hospitals. The proposal from Republican Sen. Nancy Barto was approved on a 5-2 party-line vote by the Senate Health and Human Services Committee on Wednesday, with Democrats opposed. Among other provisions, […]...



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