A 2014 law gave Missouri some of the most stringent abortion regulations in the country. The political capital already spent to pass that bill, however, may mean the 2015 legislative session is relatively quiet on the abortion issue.
A 2014 law gave Missouri some of the most stringent abortion regulations in the country. The political capital already spent to pass that bill, however, may mean the 2015 legislative session is relatively quiet on the abortion issue. File photo
A 2014 law gave Missouri some of the most stringent abortion regulations in the country. The political capital already spent to pass that bill, however, may mean the 2015 legislative session is relatively quiet on the abortion issue. File photo

In 2015, Missouri is likely to see fewer battles over abortion

December 30, 2014 09:08 PM

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