Both the West Virginia House and Senate passed a rather restrictive abortion bill this week.  But before the final vote was taken the loud House gallery had to be cleared of abortion rights demonstrators.  The Senate voted 22-to-7 and the House margin was a much larger 77-to-17 vote.  This new bill will not allow a woman to have an abortion at any time during her pregnancy, but leaves an options for an abortion in cases of rape or incest, but requires proof of such cases.