Even though then-Gov. Kasich voted down the bill last month, Gov. Mike DeWine (R) has pledged to sign the controversial “heartbeat bill” that would outlaw abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat.
Fetal heartbeats can be detected at about six to seven weeks into the pregnancy, but may be as late as twelve weeks.
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“…once it’s passed in Ohio, once we sign it, once it becomes law, Planned Parenthood is going to be in the next day, or that day, filing a lawsuit,” DeWine said, per The Hill.
DeWine added that he sees the bill making its way to the Supreme Court.