FILE - Protesters rally at the Ohio Statehouse in support of abortion after the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade, June 24, 2022 in Columbus, Ohio. The Ohio Supreme Court agreed Tuesday, March 14, 2023, to review a county judge’s order that is blocking enforcement of the state's near-ban on abortions, and to consider whether the clinics challenging the law have legal standing to do so. In its split decision, the court, however, denied Republican Attorney General Dave Yost's request to launch its own review of the right to an abortion under the Ohio Constitution, leaving those arguments to play out in lower court. (Barbara J. Perenic/The Columbus Dispatch via AP, File0
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  1. Color me confused. We are suppose to believe the science when it comes climate but not when it comes to a beating heart is proof of life?

    Here in Colorado a woman can terminate life up to point of delivery. What is next? Does the father have NO say?

    “My body my choice” and the government needs to stay out of a woman’s reproductive right? This is the same party that wants a bigger government, but not when it comes to a woman’s body??? Let’s have that debate driving to the abortion clinic while you are BUCKLED UP! The government is controlling all bodies!

    Root cause of abortion is irresponsible sexual conduct. Abortion is not birth control and answer to irresponsibility.

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