Ohio state lawmakers reintroduce heartbeat bill in both chambers


The problem is that abortion is a heart issue, not a mind issue. Everyone knows that the baby is alive, and you only call the baby a fetus when you intend to murder it. 

Ohio state lawmakers are optimistic they will be able to pass the “heartbeat bill” this time around, with Governor Mike DeWine in office.

Republicans in both chambers reintroduced legislation on Tuesday to ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can be as early as six-weeks.

It also includes exemptions for women with a life-threatening pregnancy, and recommends prison time for doctors found to be in violation.