JEFFERSON CITY — A bill that would require a 24-hour waiting period for abortions in the state, and mandate those who provide abortions to supply pregnant women with information on alternatives to the controversial practice, was cleared for final passage in the Missouri House of Representatives on Thursday.
Abortion coercion bill gets initial OK from Missouri House
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