Ohio has approved a controversial bill that bans abortion at the point which a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
Representative, Christina Hagan, sponsor of what is called the “heartbeat bill” testified for it while wearing her twin infants in a sling across her chest.
“Motherhood isn’t easy but it’s necessary. It’s the reason every one of us are here today. It’s the reason every one of us have a living, beating heart,” Hagan said as her baby cried in the background.
Christina Hagan justified her belief by insinuating that forced childbirth is a necessity in ensuring the continuation of the human race.
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Turns out protecting unborn children and their mothers from the life-altering and life-ending act of abortion turns out some real sweethearts on social media.
The good news is I also don’t believe in retroactive abortion of people who believe in abortion – so we’re cool.
— Christina Hagan (@RepHagan) November 25, 2018
Going directly after the archaic ruling of Roe v. Wade https://t.co/RcSk7crdjv
— Christina Hagan (@RepHagan) November 17, 2018
The bill bans abortion as early as six weeks into a pregnancy, with no exceptions for rape, incest or health of the woman.
Two other states have passed similar bans, and even some abortion opponents, like Ohio Right to Life, have questioned the bills’ constitutionality.
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