(St. Paul, MN)  —  Minnesota Democrats are looking to scrub longstanding abortion restrictions from state law.  DFL lawmakers are proposing legislation that would eliminate a law requiring a 24-hour waiting period for patients seeking abortions, along with a two-parent notification law for minors and an informed consent requirement.  The proposal would also end the requirement that only a physician can provide abortions.  The laws were found unconstitutional by a Ramsey County judge in July, but proponents say they should stay on the books, allowing for the possibility that a future judge would rule differently.