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IDAHO REPORTS

Abortion and ethics: The 2012 session nears a close.

  • Aired: 03/23/2012
  • 58:46
  • Rating: TV-G
The conservative Idaho House Republican caucus shocked political observers when it agreed to table - for now - a bill requiring ultrasounds before every abortion. Less surprising, the decision of a Senate ethics committee on a potential conflict of interest.
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Could the conservative House really kill a bill pushed by the pro-life lobby?
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