JEFF ROBERSON//The Kansas City Star      John Warner of Bowling Green, Mo., holds a sign during an anti-abortion rally outside the State Capitol Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2003 in Jefferson City. The rally was in support of overriding Gov. Bob Holden's veto of a bill that would require a 24-hour waiting period on abortions in Missouri.  The House overrode the veto 120-35 earlier in the morning.    CUTLINE: Abortion opponents rallied Wednesday outside the Missouri Capitol in Jefferson City in support of overriding Gov. Bob Holden's veto of a bill to require a 24-hour waiting period on abortions.  Holding a sign at the  rally was John Warner of Bowling Green. The House voted 120-35 to override the veto. The Senate will vote today.
JEFF ROBERSON//The Kansas City Star John Warner of Bowling Green, Mo., holds a sign during an anti-abortion rally outside the State Capitol Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2003 in Jefferson City. The rally was in support of overriding Gov. Bob Holden's veto of a bill that would require a 24-hour waiting period on abortions in Missouri. The House overrode the veto 120-35 earlier in the morning. CUTLINE: Abortion opponents rallied Wednesday outside the Missouri Capitol in Jefferson City in support of overriding Gov. Bob Holden's veto of a bill to require a 24-hour waiting period on abortions. Holding a sign at the rally was John Warner of Bowling Green. The House voted 120-35 to override the veto. The Senate will vote today. THE KANSAS CITY STAR
JEFF ROBERSON//The Kansas City Star John Warner of Bowling Green, Mo., holds a sign during an anti-abortion rally outside the State Capitol Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2003 in Jefferson City. The rally was in support of overriding Gov. Bob Holden's veto of a bill that would require a 24-hour waiting period on abortions in Missouri. The House overrode the veto 120-35 earlier in the morning. CUTLINE: Abortion opponents rallied Wednesday outside the Missouri Capitol in Jefferson City in support of overriding Gov. Bob Holden's veto of a bill to require a 24-hour waiting period on abortions. Holding a sign at the rally was John Warner of Bowling Green. The House voted 120-35 to override the veto. The Senate will vote today. THE KANSAS CITY STAR

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