Dec 222017
 December 22, 2017  Posted by  Healthcare

Personally, I do not believe that knowing that a child will have a challenge or disability is necessarily a reason not to bring the child into the world, but it must be the decision of those who will be responsible for caring for the child for the next 21 years. If a parent or parents decide that they cannot handle something or it is too much and they sadly decide to abort the fetus, then that is their decision and fuck Ohio’s governor.

Hannah Sparling and Jessie Balmert report:

Ohio’s governor signed a controversial bill into law Friday that bans abortions after a fetal diagnosis of Down syndrome.

Gov. John Kasich, a Republican, signed the bill despite concerns that it could be found unconstitutional. Those fears prompted him to veto a different bill in 2016, a ban on abortions after six weeks gestation known as the “heartbeat bill.”

In 2015 the governor told CNN he would sign a ban on abortions based on Down syndrome. The law will take effect March 22, 90 days from now.

Read more on USA Today.

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