The Senate already has passed the legislation. A final vote in the House was possible as early as Wednesday.
Institutions such as hospitals, clinics and medical or nursing schools could refuse to perform procedures.
“I’m to the point where I think we’re going to get this to as good of a place as we can,” Democrat Jolie Justus said, calling an end to the filibuster.
The Missouri House has approved an amendment that would allow evidence of past criminal behavior in child sex abuse prosecutions.
A proposed constitutional amendment would let officials serve 16 years in the Legislature.
The proposal would gradually reduce the state’s income tax rate by 1 percent while gradually increasing the state sales tax by one-half percent.
The committee voted Tuesday to adopt the measure sponsored by Sen. Brian Munzlinger, of Williamstown.
Paycheck Protection bill is stalled, for now.
Democratic Sen. Joe Keaveny wants to increase the fine from $10 to $50 for people caught not wearing seat belts in vehicles.
The measure would eliminate the wage used by cities, counties and other government entities to pay for construction projects.