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Ohio Anti-Abortion Heartbeat Bill Approved by the Senate

Despite the possibility of the law being rejected nationally in court, the Ohio Right to Live is supporting another bill that involves abortion.

Ohio senators voted Tuesday for a bill that could effectively outlaw abortions. 109 more words


Ohio Lawmakers Pass The 'Heartbeat' Abortion Bill, One Of The Strictest In The Nation

On Tuesday, the Ohio General Assembly passed the controversial Heartbeat Bill, which makes abortions illegal in the state once doctors can detect a heartbeat in a fetus — usually around six weeks. 340 more words

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Ohio ‘heartbeat bill’ making abortion illegal once a fetal heart can be heard goes to governor for final approval

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Lawmakers in Ohio have approved banning abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected.

The so-called “heartbeat bill” approved Tuesday in the Senate and House would result in what would be one of the most stringent abortion restrictions in America. 100 more words


Gregg Jackson - President Elect Trump's Sanctity Of Human Life Proclamation

This post is originally from the blog of author Gregg Jackson. In this piece, Gregg puts forward a proposed statement on the sanctity of human life that Donald Trump should make immediately following his inauguration next month. 984 more words

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What someone really means when they type 'God is Good'

I am reading online that the Ohio Senate are passing a bill to ban all abortions. Lisa, wherever she is in the world sporting a lovely pair of shades, commented with those three words. 119 more words


Ohio's 'heartbeat' abortion bill awaits Gov. Kasich's signature

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio state lawmakers have passed a controversial “Heartbeat Bill” that would ban abortions from the moment the heartbeat of a fetus can be detected , which usually occurs about six weeks into a… 619 more words


Fears for abortion services seven years after Victorian law reform

Seven years after Victoria decriminalised abortion, there are fears publicly funded services have deteriorated across the state, causing women to travel long distances for private care that can cost hundreds of dollars. 491 more words

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