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Ohio bill fights to ban abortion after Down syndrome diagnosis
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Ohio bill fights to ban abortion after Down syndrome diagnosis

WLWT Cincinnati - September 25, 2017

That's why Kuhns is fighting for an Ohio bill that would ban abortions in cases where a pregnant woman has had a positive test result or prenatal diagnosis ...

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Abortion totals down in Ohio as non-surgical abortions increase, new study shows
cleveland.com, Ohio - September 29, 2017

Abortion rights supporters dressed in costume from "The Handmaid's Tale" at the Ohio Statehouse this summer to protest Senate Bill 145, which would ban most abortions after 13 weeks into a woman's pregnancy.(Jackie Borchardt, cleveland.com)

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Talk it Out: Do you think abortions should be banned because a fetus could have Down syndrome?
cleveland.com, Ohio - August 24, 2017

A bill in the Ohio General Assembly aims to end abortions when a fetus could have Down syndrome. The measure, supporters say, would protect against discrimination and eugenics. Opponents say the legislation is another attempt to chip away at abortion in Ohio and ...

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Abortion opponents call abortion of fetus with Down syndrome ...
cleveland.com, Ohio - August 22, 2017

A bill in the Ohio legislature would ban abortions if medical tests show a fetus could have Down syndrome. Abortion opponents testified in favor of the bill, and ...

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Akron, Cleveland abortion facilities close
cleveland.com, Ohio - July 14, 2017

AKRON, Ohio -- The Akron Women's Medical Group abortion clinic and an affiliated facility in Cleveland have closed, leaving Ohio with eight abortion clinics -- half the number in 2011.The physician who owns both facilities, Gerald Grossman, could not be reached.Anti-abortion ...

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Proposed Toledo abortion ordinance affects the way protesters gather
WTOL.com, Ohio - July 11, 2017

Outside of a Planned Parenthood or abortion clinic, no one can get closer than 20 feet to the building with the proposed ordinance, banning them from the public sidewalk."It will put those people that want to go down there and counsel women and give them another ...

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