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March 4, 2011 7:33 AM

Sonogram before abortion bill moves ahead in Texas House

In the first substantive display of their two-thirds majority, Texas state House Republicans on Thursday gave preliminary approval to a bill requiring sonograms before abortions. The bill would require doctors to perform sonograms before abortions and give women the chance to see the image and hear the fetal heartbeat.

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