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If the Kids Aren’t Working, Here Comes the Church

Robin Marty

Yet another group is swarming the Ohio senate, asking for the Heartbeat Ban to be passed.

Apparently not finding the children and teddy bears to be effective enough to sway the Ohio state legislature into a vote on the state’s proposed, controversial bill that would ban abortion as early as 4 weeks post conception, a new group has shown up to lobby.

The clergy.

Via Dayton Daily News:

About two dozen Ohio pastors are urging the state Senate to vote on a bill that would impose the nation’s strictest abortion limit.

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Backers of the bill invited pastors of churches from Cleveland to Cincinnati to speak at the Statehouse on Wednesday as part of their latest push to get the legislation through the Republican-led Senate. The pastors also planned to visit the 33 senators. They say they’re praying for the bill to pass.

First, they come for your heartstrings, next, they come for your souls.

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