The State Senate expects to take up the anti-abortion bill and pass it on Thursday, then send it to the House. A House committee already has taken testimony on an identical version of the bill and has recommended the House pass it, too. The legislation would leave open to lawsuits those who advise minors to get abortions without parental permission, or help them get abortions. Opponents say the plan is an unconstitutional attack on freedom of religion and is unconstitutionally vague, among other things.