As Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) continues to flirt with a presidential run, he has placed himself at the center of an abortion debate in his home state.
It's a position Walker has relished before.
In 2013, he signed a bill into law that required women seeking abortions to get ultrasounds. It's a law he brought up as recently as last month during an interview with conservative radio host Dana Loesch.
"I think about my sons who are 19 and 20, and we still have their first ultrasounds," Walker said. "It’s just a cool thing out there."
This time around, Walker has thrown his support behind a 20-week abortion ban being debated in the state legislature.
The measure, which in its current form doesn’t provide exceptions for pregnancies caused by rape and incest, was debated Tuesday at a joint legislative hearing. No vote has been scheduled, but Walker has said he plans to sign the bill if it comes to his desk.
Here are five things to know about the Wisconsin bill:
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