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State Rep. Kim King (R-Mercer County) said she’s disappointed after a bill was killed in the state’s House of Representatives that would have required medical technicians performing pre-abortion ultra-sound procedures to offer the mother a chance to see the unborn fetus.
King, who says she has been a pro-life advocate for 30 years, testified before the House’s Health and Welfare Committee last Thursday in an effort to bring the issue, which was already approved in the Senate, to the House floor for a vote.
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