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Republican Governor of Utah

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  • Utah governor, Gary Herbert signed a bill requiring doctors to administer anesthesia to women receiving an abortion at the 20th week of gestation. The bill states that an anesthetic or analgesic will “eliminate or alleviate organic pain to the unborn child.”