The Ohio Legislature’s new budget for the next fiscal year could close two abortion businesses and instead redirect $6 million to help save babies.
“BREAKING: The Ohio legislature has finalized a new budget that could close two abortion businesses and will send $6 million to pregnancy centers that help women and save babies from abortion.”
BREAKING: The Ohio legislature has finalized a new budget that could close two abortion businesses and will send $6 million to pregnancy centers that help women and save babies from abortion.— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) June 28, 2021
Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers (R) agreed to the idea on Twitter which could prompt her to attempt the same in her state.
I like! https://t.co/kbocG4UWvM— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) June 28, 2021
In 2019, the Ohio Department of Health reported that there were over 20,000 abortions induced with just 2.7% of the abortions being from people under the age of 18. If this new budget is passed and signed by the pro-life Governor, then this would save the lives of unborn babies from being slaughtered in the womb.
African Americans have been deeply hurt by abortions with black people making up just over 14% of the population in Ohio, they were responsible for 41.7% of all abortions in the states. Some have claimed abortion facilities like those of Planned Parenthood target African American comminutes.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine (R) has fallen out of favor with former President Donald Trump in recent months. DeWine has been known to be pro-life and with him being up for re-election in 2022 and facing primary challengers from Pro-Trump conservative candidates he almost has to sign this budget.
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