Health clinics in the state are reporting at least seven women, since March first, have said they will abort their pregnancies. And they've directly attributed their decision to the termination of their state-funded pre-natal care coverage. That has some senators questioning the pro-life record of Governor Dave Heineman, who opposed a legislative effort to restore the care. The care would have been extended primarily to illegal immigrants.
Abortion reports focus attention on governor, senators
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March 18, 2010 - 7:00pm