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The bills range from one that would impose a life sentence on a doctor who intentionally allows the death of an aborted child born alive, to another that would attempt to thwart abortions undertaken for selective reasons. 

Walker and Republican lawmakers have touted the bills as a way to help people transition from government assistance to self-sufficiency when the state's unemployment rate is at a historically low 3 percent, but Democrats say the package is an election-year ploy that would harm the needy in an effort to appeal to a conservative base.

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