Escort service rules, abortion info bills among measures introduced

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Posted: Friday, January 18, 2013 12:00 am

Lawmakers introduced 42 bills in the Nebraska Legislature Thursday during the seventh day of the session. They include:

» Abortion information: Legislative Bill 300 by Sen. Bob Krist of Omaha would require videos of unborn fetuses be made available, along with other abortion-related information, on the state website. Clinics that provide abortions would have to link to that site. The measure is this year's priority for Nebraska Right to Life, which hopes the videos would discourage pregnant women from pursuing abortion. The bill sets out the exact language and the size of type that clinics would have to use for the link.

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