The Ohio bill to ban all abortions from the point in which a heartbeat can be detected is in yet another round of limbo, as senate leaders ask for a legal analysis before bringing it up for a vote.
Via The Republic:
The Ohio Senate’s Republican leader says he’s asking a group of state lawmakers to review legal questions related to a bill that would ban abortions at the first detectable fetal heartbeat.
President Tom Niehaus (NEE’-hows) said Tuesday he wants the group to vet any legal issues and report back to him in November.
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Let’s see if “totally violates Roe V. Wade” is considered a “legal issue.”