WASHINGTON, September 19, 2003 ( – Legislation to restrict partial-birth abortion has finally made its way to a Committee to sort out differences between the version passed by the House and that passed by the Senate.  Supporters of the bill are suggesting that it will become law this year.  Republicans expect the committee to remove a Senate amendment to the bill which endorses the Roe v Wade abortion ruling.  See the Washington Times coverage:


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