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(Most) Idaho GOP senators move controversial abortion bill forward

The Republican-driven Idaho State Senate voted 23-12 on March 19 to advance a measure that could force women to undergo ultrasounds prior to having an abortion. Five Republican senators crossed the aisle to join all Democratic members of the Senate in opposing…

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