LANSING (WKZO) -- After Governor Snyder vetoed the reforms he had sought to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan last year, the state Senate unanimously passed a new version of the legislation Thursday. Snyder turned down last year's versions because the bills included language that restricted coverage for abortions to those who paid extra. The bills are now before the state House.
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