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Wyoming governor vetoes abortion, Medicaid-funds bills

Wyoming Legislature

Wyoming’s governor on Friday vetoed a bill that would’ve required doctors to provide lifesaving care to infants born after an attempted abortion.

Gov. Mark Gordon also vetoed a bill that would’ve set up a system allocating Medicaid funds to special education. Gordon was skeptical about allowing school districts to decide if they wanted to participate.

The abortion bill didn’t improve upon existing laws that protect newborns in such circumstances, Gordon said in a statement.

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