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Capitol Briefing Week of March 28, 2011 - Senators Pass Legislation to Change Abortion Laws

JEFFERSON CITY — Senators gave first-round approval to a measure this week to prevent partial birth abortions this week.  The Missouri Senate also discussed several major issues, including tax credit reform and changes to the school funding formula.  

Senate Bill 65, sponsored by Senate Leader Robert N. Mayer, R-Dexter, would change the laws relating to abortion in the state in respect to viability.

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