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A Senate bill (SB 300) that would ban abortion after the sixth week of pregnancy cleared final committee of reference, largely along party lines, positioning it for a fast track to the Senate floor. It could be up for a vote as soon as Thursday. Filed by Fort Pierce Republican Sen. Erin Grall, the legislation would ban doctors from knowingly terminating a pregnancy after the sixth week of gestation. This would represent a change from the current 15-week threshold, which legislators hailed as a reasonable compromise
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