PODCAST PROMO: Doctors say an Ohio House bill that would outlaw abortion under most circumstances could also criminalize in vitro fertilization and likely increase the state’s already-high infant and woman morbidity and mortality rates.
Editor Chris Quinn hosts Today in Ohio, cleveland.com's daily half-hour news podcast, today with city hall reporter Courtney Astolfi, editorial board member Lisa Garvin and content director Laura Johnston.
cleveland.comseeQuinn@cleveland.comreally do think this will be interesting and hopefully thought provoking.And if you’re of the other mind where abortions are, right, and there should be no parameters and nobody should say anything. Good, good. We respect that. But really not part of this conversation, we’re looking for people of good faith that are struggling. What the rules should be to talk about how you would fashion that constitutional amendment [00:02:00] sequented
What are some of the people testifying saying about their trigger law? That’s moving through the legislature. Yeah.These are all things that the doctor said. During the third committee hearing for this bill where basically it was opponent testifying. Um, this set of president doesn’t want any trigger bill to pass until he sees a Supreme court decision because he wants it to be airtight, but this is still happening.Read more: clevelanddotcom »
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Woman’s morality rates will increase. And the Republicans in OH-IO will celebrate. Hate this state.👏 People better hurry up & register to vote.
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