Anti-Abortion Chapter Disassociates From Ohio Right To Life Group Over Ohio’s Radical ‘Heartbeat’ Bill | As Ohio Senate Republicans prepare to move the radically anti-choice “heartbeat” bill through committee, some anti-abortion groups are refusing to support the measure. Passed by the state House this summer, the bill could outlaw abortions as early as “six to seven weeks into pregnancy” if a fetal heartbeat can be detected — before many women even know they’re pregnant. Ohio Right To Life refused to support the bill because its extreme nature almost assures it will be overturned by the Supreme Court as unconstitutional. Miffed by its parent organization’s moderation, Warren County Right to Life announced last week that it is “officially disassociating itself from Ohio Right to Life, effective immediately.” “Ohio Right to Life has been hijacked and it’s time to get on board an organization heading in the right direction — toward protecting babies instead of working against them,” said the Warren County group.
Changes have been made to accurately reflect Warren Country Right To Life’s position on the heartbeat bill.