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Wright, health professionals denounce ultrasound law

9:46 PM, Jul. 10, 2013
State Rep. Mandy Wright (center) listens as Lon Newman, director of Wausau's Family Planning Health Services, speaks Wednesday at the University of Wisconsin Marathon County during a panel discussion on the impact of Wisconsin's pre-abortion ultrasound law.
State Rep. Mandy Wright (center) listens as Lon Newman, director of Wausau's Family Planning Health Services, speaks Wednesday at the University of Wisconsin Marathon County during a panel discussion on the impact of Wisconsin's pre-abortion ultrasound law.
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A panel of health professionals assembled by state Rep. Mandy Wright denounced Wisconsin's new ultrasound law at a roundtable Wednesday even as they faced opposition from attendees.

Wright, D-Wausau, invited four local health professionals - Dr. Bart Hobson, a family physician with Marshfield Clinic; Laura Scudiere, director of Bridge Community Health Clinic; Jane Graham Jennings, director of the Wausau Women's Community; and Lon Newman, director of Family Planning Health Services in Wausau - to discuss the impact of a new law that requires women to have ultrasounds before getting ...

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