Veto proof majority passes MO late term abortion law, bill goes to pro-abortion governor

St. Louis Beacon: The bill — which had passed the Senate weeks ago by a veto-proof margin — would make it a felony to perform an abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy, unless the woman’s life is endangered, the woman risks permanent damage to a major bodily function because of the pregnancy, or the fetus is non-viable. Two physicians would have to make those determinations.

LifeNews: Missouri Sends Post-Viability Abortion Ban to Governor Nixon
The Missouri state legislature gave final approval to a bill that would ban abortions after the point of viability and sent pro-abortion Gov. Jay Nixon. “By a margin of 121-33, the House voted to pass Senate Bill 65 which defines late-term abortions and sets forth punishments for those who perform the abortions.”