The Senate And Late Term Abortions

—- NPR's Elizabeth Arnold reports on the Senate's latest attempts to ban certain late-term abortions. At the center of the argument is the proposed ban on the controversial procedure known as "intact dilation and extraction," or "partial-birth abortion." Opponents of the ban want health exceptions that would allow a woman to have the procedure... yesterday, the Senate twice voted against those exceptions.

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