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Heartbeat Bill Heading for AirWaves

Robin Marty

The backers of a bill to ban abortion once a heartbeat can be discerned are starting a media blitz.

The Ohio Heartbeat ban, a bill that would make abortion illegal once a heartbeat can be detected, usually by at least four weeks post conception, has been stuck in limbo in the state senate for quite some time.

Now, supporters are hoping to shake it loose with a media blitz.

Via Dayton Daily News:

The 30-second ads will run during evening program slots of the O’Reilly Factor and Hannity, a press release said.

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The ad shows a school bus and says passage of the legislation would save a school bus full of children every day.

Ohio ProLife Action, the group urging passage, also plans to air TV ads next week in the Columbus market.

A school bus full of children.  Emotional manipulation at its finest.

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