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Thursday on "Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress":

Sen. Renee Unterman wants the number of abortions in the state to go down, and she said a bill filed last week in the Georgia legislature would be a step toward that goal.

The bill, SB 308, would establish the “Positive Alternatives for Pregnancy and Parenting Grant Program,” and potentially direct $2 million in state funding to “pregnancy resources centers,” also called “crisis pregnancy centers” by critics, including Planned Parenthood.  

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Atlanta is ranked No. 5* among U.S. cities when it comes to the rate of new diagnoses of HIV.

Experts say that's because routine HIV testing is not offered in the places where most people get their health care. By the time patients are diagnosed in Atlanta, almost one-third have advanced to clinical AIDS