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Associated press KEITH RIDLER
BOISE – The House passed a law on Tuesday that would end public funding for all entities that advise women on their abortion options.
Lawmakers voted 55-14 to send the bill to the Senate that supporters say would prevent some women from having abortions.
The bill would ban any public funding to any entity – including schools, public health departments, and other health care providers – if someone associated with the entity provides an abortion, helps someone to have an abortion. , or even advises a patient that abortion is an option. they could search. It allows exceptions for hospitals, cases where the mother’s life is in danger and cases involving Medicaid…
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