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Missouri expected to outlaw abortion after 8 weeks of pregnancy

CBS News Friday, 17 May 2019
On Friday Missouri is expected to join Alabama in the wave of states passing anti-abortion legislation. Missouri's bill outlaws abortion after eight weeks of pregnancy. It would become the 5th state this year to enact a so-called "fetal heartbeat" bill. Adriana Diaz reports.
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News video: Missouri House Set To Approve Abortion Ban At 8 Weeks

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The Republican-led Missouri House is expected to pass legislation to ban abortion at eight weeks of pregnancy, when most women don’t even know yet if they’re pregnant.

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