If Roe falls, 36 million people of reproductive age nationwide could lose the right to abortion
CINCINNATI, OH — Today, an Ohio judge granted a preliminary injunction that blocks the enforcement of the telemedicine abortion ban in the state — for now.
FEDERAL COURT OVERTURNS LOWER COURT RULING, ALLOWS OHIO LAWMAKERS TO PUNISH DOCTORS FOR PROVIDING ABORTION CARE BASED ON PATIENT’S REASON
The law punishes doctors with a felony charge for providing an abortion if the doctor knows the patient sought the abortion because of a fetal Down syndrome diagnosis
Reproductive Rights Groups Ask Court To Prevent Enforcement of Fetal Tissue Disposal Law Until Ohio Department of Health Issues Regulations On How to Comply
Today, the ACLU, ACLU of Ohio, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America, along with Fanon A. Rucker of The Cochran Firm-OH, filed a complaint in the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas requesting a court order that Ohio abortion providers not be exposed to penalties under Senate Bill 27, with which compliance is impossible due to the Ohio Department of Health’s failure to establish or issue necessary rules and regulations.
In support of its ongoing commitment to Toledo-area patients and the greater Toledo community, as well as its nearly century-long presence in Ohio, Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio is announcing a million-dollar renovation of its health center at 1301 Jefferson Ave. in Toledo.
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