COLUMBUS, Ohio (EWTN News)—A bill that would ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected drew hundreds of backers to a rally at the Ohio Statehouse on Sept. 20.
“People have seen bumper stickers saying ‘Abortion stops a beating heart,’” said Faith2Action president Folger Porter, The Washington Times reported. “What I want to tell you, though, is when the heartbeat bill becomes law, we’re going to reverse this: And it’s going to mean that ‘a beating heart stops abortion.’”
H.B. 125 says that no abortion can be performed if the unborn baby has a detectable heartbeat, except to prevent the death of the mother or irreversible impairment of a major bodily function. The legislation passed...READ MORE