There is nothing to do in FL but yak about abortion. Raise your kids to behave and personally behave in ways to not cause unwanted pregnancies then STFU. The Florida House has lined up a series of bills restricting the right to an abortion for final chamber approval today, with outgunned opponents continuing to spar over what one called an "outrageous challenge" to women's reproductive health. In a lengthy session Tuesday, members fielded questions and considered amendments on bills that would: Place on the 2012 statewide ballot a constitutional amendment prohibiting the use of public funding for any abortion or health benefits coverage that includes coverage of abortion. Prohibit the sale in Florida of insurance policies covering abortions through an exchange created by the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Make it more difficult for minors to receive judicial waivers of parental notification requirements when they want abortions. Require that a woman having an abortion first have an ultrasound, and require that the ultrasound be reviewed with the patient, unless she declines in writing. Expand the category of prohibited abortions from the third trimester to "after the period at which, in the best medical judgment of the physician, the fetus has attained viability," which is defined as when the life of the unborn child "may with a reasonable degree of medical probability be continued indefinitely outside the womb."