Abortion continues to dominate much of the General Assembly debate. A bill that passed the House late last week now moves on to the Senate, one that would bar state money from being spent on abortions for poor women whose fetuses are severely or fatally deformed.  And with Republicans now in control of the Senate, many abortion bills that died in past sessions now have much greater chances of passage. More from WFIR’s Evan Jones.

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