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The state of Ohio is the latest to attempt to ban abortion after 20 weeks.
A state senator argues that a lawmaker who purposefully passes unconstitutional law is breaking his or her oath of office.
Despite opposition even from anti-choice activists, the “Heartbeat” abortion ban passes out of committee in Ohio on a tight vote.
Anti-choice legislators still don’t quite have the country’s most restrictive abortion bill ready yet, and it may never be.
Nebraska is proposing a parental consent law for teens seeking abortions, while Ohio contemplates making the judicial bypass process even harder.
In anti-choicers latest stunt, a fetus is scheduled to testify in front of Ohio lawmakers in support of a bill that would make all abortions illegal after the detection of a fetal heartbeat.
Pregnant woman in Ohio will get a vaginal ultrasound in front of House committee so her fetus can “testify,” Arizona wants to further regulate medical abortion and discourage charitable donations to organizations that mention abortion, and Obama proclaims the start of Women’s History Month.
Ohio is just one of many states attempting to outdo the Feds in anti-choice zealotry, and it makes me scared for the future of reproductive rights in this country. How many laws restricting abortion will it take for people to recognize that their rights are being taken away? How far do the zealots have to go before there’s a widespread outcry? How many women will be forced to carry unwanted pregnancies to term before we demand our legislators stop making it harder for us to exercise our legal, constitutionally protected, right to abortion?
An Ohio bill would make abortion illegal after about 4 days of pregnancy, more articles questioning anti-choice bills, important Prop 8 ruling expected, two Senators lead oppostion to anti-choice legislation, and a homophobic podiatrist.