Ohio abortion bill

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Kasich is pretty damn anti-choice, make no mistake about that. he seems reasonable on most issues, but he is not about abortion.
 
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Kasich is pretty damn anti-choice, make no mistake about that. he seems reasonable on most issues, but he is not about abortion.
But Kasich tried to kill Public Unions. The voters took up 1.3 million signatures, hand carried them to Columbus. We beat him badly. He is not moderate, no matter how nice he comes across.

But he did approve Medicare after turning down High Speed rail.
 
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You can download the pdf by going to House Bill 413 | The Ohio Legislature. However, the bill is over 700 pages long, and therefore not easy to get a sense of the details I would be looking for, because the devil (so to speak) is in the details. If anyone wants to peruse it, however, it is there.

But I agree with Rasselas. The Ohio House members have written a bill properly deemed science-fiction. Amazing what one can learn in business school (Hood) or with an Associate's Degree (Keller). :rolleyes:
Yeah, it's always worth reading the details.

Appears this is a really fat bill focused on lots of things other than the topic of the thread. And that somebody just tried to slip in a relatively tiny subsection with the overzealous antiabortion text.

The word "ectopic" shows up on page 184 of the almost 800 page legislation. Sneaky pete. Suspect those couple of paragraphs will be removed and life will go on.

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Rasselas

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And in the meantime his life and career will be a mess until straightened out in a couple years or so.
Let's use the subjunctive conditional here and say "would." How many bills are passed by a committee actually become law at the state level. How many pass even both houses of the legislature (this has so far passed zero) but are then vetoed by a governor wary of defending the law in court?

This is a good way for very conservative Ohio legislators to do some virtue signaling.