The law required women to obtain an ultrasound at least 18 hours before an abortion.
The bill no longer requires women to undergo an ultrasound before using abortion-inducing drugs.
Scott Pelath evaluated the House GOP on putting the middle class first, reinforcing traditional public schools and taking a break from divisive social issues.
The Senate approved a bill that would require women to have an ultrasound before a drug-induced abortion.
The bill still requires women seeking drug-induced abortions to get a have an ultrasound before taking RU-486.
The bill would also mandate clinics distributing abortion-inducing drugs have the same facilities as surgical abortion centers.