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Ohio Enacted Some of the Nation’s Toughest Abortion Restrictions—What Now?

The legislature has pushed through a number of restrictions with little to no debate. So what's next for those in need in Ohio?

Although disappointed, reproductive rights groups are already looking ahead as they try to come to terms with this new landscape.

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GOP-Backed Federal 20-Week Abortion Ban Could Add $400 Million to Deficit

Conservative governors are amassing millions of dollars in legal fees defending unconstitutional abortion restrictions while many in their states go without basic care.

Think House Republicans are deficit hawks? Not when it comes to rolling back reproductive rights.

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Kasich Cowers in His Office as Activists Rally on the Steps of the Capitol

As lawmakers, activists and medical professionals took to the steps to opposed anti-health amendments thrust into the Ohio budget, the governor refuses to leave his office or answer his phone.

As lawmakers, activists, and medical professionals took to the steps to oppose anti-health amendments thrust into the Ohio budget, the governor refused to leave his office or answer his phone.

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Ohio Legislators Propose 48-Hour Waiting Period, Kasich Considers Anti-Choice Budget Amendments

Abortion doesn't cause breast cancer, but that's not going to stop Ohio anti-choicers from claiming it does as just one of the assaults on medical best practices contained in HB 200.

Ohio legislators are proposing extreme abortion restrictions, even as amendments tacked onto the state budget are under consideration by the house and the senate.

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Ohio Senate Passes Budget Loaded With Anti-Choice Amendments

An AP investigation of sexual assault cases at U.S. military bases in Japan reveals erratic application of justice, and the senator suspects there's more to be found stateside.

By adding amendments into the state budget, the anti-choice majority in the house and senate has turned the bill into an anti-choice omnibus bill.

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All In a Day’s Work: Ohio GOP Rejects Medicaid Expansion, Proposes Funding Shift From Health Care to CPCs

What happened to caring for the poor?

The Ohio GOP has proposed a budget that would reject covering more low-income citizens under Medicaid, refuse funding to Planned Parenthood, and give more money to CPCs. What about caring for the poor?

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