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Down syndrome abortion fight in Ohio takes legal twists

 

March 11, 2020



COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A federal court in Cincinnati will hear complex legal arguments for and against Ohio's Down syndrome abortion ban Wednesday, in a case viewed as pivotal in the national debate over the procedure.

Attorneys for the government contend in legal filings that the sidelined 2017 law does not infringe on a woman's constitutional rights — because it "does not prohibit any abortions at all."

That was certainly not how the measure's proponents in the Ohio Legislature saw it, said one backer.

"I'm of the mind that it certainly does prevent abortions," said state Rep. Candice...



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