The backers of a bill to ban abortion once a heartbeat can be discerned are starting a media blitz.
As “Right to Life” groups splinter and reform, the battle over how to get Roe V. Wade challenged the fastest is pitting anti against anti.
DeWine calls the petition summary “not fair and truthful.”
Ohio has given birth to yet another anti-choice advocacy group.
The controversial bill won’t be voted on until November at the earliest.
A new bill will let judges decide if minors were “coached” on how to get judicial bypass.
The legislative fund meant to pay for the state to defend anti-choice laws just got a $25,000 donation.
Because, you know, a 20 week ban and a potential 6 week ban just aren’t strict enough.
The new regulations on medication abortion are definitely bad law and bad medicine. But on a cultural level, how much of a woman’s decision re: whether or not to get an abortion — medication or otherwise — is influenced by societal shame and stigma surrounding the procedure?
An Ohio congressman claims that Planned Parenthood has “fungible” funding, while a crowd jeers him.