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Abortion bill may not reduce abortions

Legislation could have mixed results, likely to be challenged

3:13 PM, Jun. 15, 2013
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A bill heading toward Gov. Scott Walker's desk is named "Sonya's Law" after a mother of two who said she changed her mind about having an abortion after seeing her unborn son on an ultrasound screen.

Sonya, who declined to give her last name at a legislative hearing June 5, said she made the decision not to abort her seven-week-old fetus after getting a free ultrasound in November from a group that advertised on a Milwaukee bus.

It's just the type of conversion that Republicans hope will become more common if Senate Bill 206 - which would be one of the most comprehensive pre-abortion ultrasound ...

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