On Tuesday, two Ohio representatives reintroduced legislation protecting babies with detectable heartbeats from abortion. Last year, Republican Gov. John Kasich vetoed the measure when it came to his desk. (The human heart begins to beat around 21 days after conception.)
Usually called the "Heartbeat Bill," if passed, this legislation would make Ohio the state with the most protections for children in the womb.
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