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With one major tweak, abortion sonogram legislation inched closer to the governor's desk Monday.
The state Senate gave initial approval to a bill that would require women seeking an abortion to undergo a sonogram and have the details of the fetus described to them before the procedure.
It's not the first time this session that the Senate has taken up the sonogram bill. It passed its own version — which required women to wait two hours between the sonogram and the abortion — months ago. But a stalemate set in after the more conservative House passed a ...