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House subcommittee approves 1 abortion bill, halts another


House subcommittee approves 1 abortion bill, halts another
The Tennessean

A House subcommittee approved one abortion bill while rejecting another more controversial measure on Wednesday.The House Health Subcommittee approved an abortion bill, sponsored by Rep. Matthew Hill, R-Jonesborough, that could make it more

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