Ohio Governor Signs Law Requiring Abortionists to Determine if Heartbeat Exists Before Murdering Baby

    Updated: April 12, 2019 at 9:36 pm EST  See Comments

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    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Following in the steps of Mississippi, Ohio’s governor has signed a bill into law that requires abortionists in the state to determine whether or not a baby has a heartbeat prior to murdering the child, and prohibits such individuals from proceeding if they hear or see any cardiac activity. The bill, which is similar to the Mississippi legislation currently being challenged in the courts, has generated concern surrounding the legitimacy of entrusting an abortionist to make such a determination, as well as the fact that it does not provide any protection for children where a heartbeat cannot be detected.

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