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  1. https://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/politics/2019/04/09/heartbeat-bill-ohio-house-expected-pass-abortion-ban/3401 Heartbeat bill: Ohio lawmakers pass one the nation's most restrictive abortion bans No, I'm not tired of winning yet!
  2. Why cant anybody accept the fact that abortion is murder?! I just dont get it.
  3. House Bill 182, introduced by my friend Representative John Becker, prohibits insurance from paying for abortions. Media coverage from when the bill was introduced: Ohio House bill would prohibit insurance coverage of most abortions And coverage from this past week, when the pro borts realized they are going to lose AGAIN and more lives are about to be saved: GOP abortion bill would insure medical procedure that doctors say doesn't exist 3,414 people are talking about this Becker told The Enquirer that the procedure is rare, but it does exist. Becker cited reports of the procedure from 1917 and 1980. “I’m no expert on any of this," Becker said. “Maybe it’s experimental or extraordinary. It’s my understanding that there has been success with it.” Democrat lawmakers and abortion access advocates expressed frustration with legislators such as Becker crafting legislation to restrict access to abortion without understanding basic concepts of pregnancies. Becker's bill would ban most private insurance coverage of abortion procedures. The bill does not prevent a company from paying for an employee's abortion directly or covering abortions through a self-funded plan. And it includes an exception to save the woman's life. "Currently, Ohioans who participate in health plans have no assurance in Ohio law that their insurance premiums are financially separate from insurance coverage of abortion services," Becker told lawmakers during a committee hearing Tuesday. The bill also prohibits "drugs or devices used to prevent the implantation of a fertilized ovum." Opponents of the bill say that language is too broad and might prohibit coverage of many birth control methods. Becker says his bill would only prohibit coverage of birth control after a certain point. "If it kills the embryo, then that’s an abortion," he said. Becker's bill comes after Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed one of the nation's most restrictive abortion bans, the so-called "heartbeat bill." That law would penalize any doctor who performs an abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can be as early as six weeks gestation. The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio has promised to sue before that ban takes effect this summer. Becker said the heartbeat bill's swift passage inspired him to reintroduce his proposal to ban insurance coverage of abortions. One-third of House Republicans have signed on to co-sponsor his bill this time. Anti-abortion access advocates are pushing several bills in the Ohio Legislature. One would require fetal remains to be buried or cremated. Another would require women to be informed of ways to reverse abortions after taking the first of a two-drug combination – something opponents call "medical quackery." A couple links for reference: http://americanrtl.org/files/docs/Journal-Surg-Gyn-Obst-1917p578-579ectopic-transplant.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0oLlQ4bKNqHeAg78TurbS8OXmMCrsNwZX6Wo4p0QrAsRUa_6jl8odDI3g https://www.ajog.org/article/0002-9378(90)90794-8/pdf?fbclid=IwAR3qmpxJq4tCt2j0Y1LSF8sVMNQS9Z2J_lP9Dfy6yTW4WpFyMJSQNT0QyHA It appears the only thing impossible about preventing abortion is getting the pro abortion leftists to tell the truth.
  4. I'm a conservative and I've always been pro-choice. In the distant past I have actually paid for two abortions for two separate women I impregnated who did not want to carry the pregnancy to full term. In both instances it was carried out in the first trimester. While I am still uncertain when life begins I have come to the realization that any termination of the pregnancy after the second trimester is tantamount to infanticide. I find the practice of late-term abortion and this newly adopted practice of terminating the infant's life after birth if the mother chooses, adopted by New York State and almost adopted by Virginia to be abhorrent. I believe that Roe v Wade should be overturned and that decision should be left up to the states in the hopes that each state will adopt laws that would prohibit abortion after the second trimester. Barring that I would hope for a constitutional amendment prohibiting any abortion after the second trimester as to be infanticide.
  5. seriously, is this the next thing? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18vjbJZGOCo
  6. Let's acknowledge that women are still playing in a boy's club when it comes to politics. Don't want to do that? Fine. Let's acknowledge this latest filibuster was the best attempt that women had to address a persistent sexism and violation of women when it comes to reproductive health. Don't want to do that? Let's acknowledge that law-making and procedures (if not filibusters themselves but the processes that go into them) are unbalanced and non-sensical. Don't want to do that either? Either. Fine. Then let's acknowledged that republican senators nit and picked their way through Texas today calling highly ridiculous and unnecessary means to stop this filibuster, and then completely disregarded the laws. You may not refuse to acknowledge that one. http://soupsoup.net/2013/06/26/texas-senate-changes-date-on-their-sb5-results/ It's right there. Wendy Davis has done something for women that is a wonderful thing and she was cheated. Even if you disagree with her ideals or agenda if you allow this nonsense to be acceptable then you are letting it happen to you. This entire ordeal started as an injustice with the bill, leveled off with a magnificent attempt from Davis to use our system to make an appeal to common sense, and ended with a huge travesty. This was insulting for women, this was a complete disregard of the law... This was yet another event that makes it obvious our system is broken.
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