Ohio Law Bans Most Abortions in State

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On April 11, 2019 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed a bill into law with the hope that Roe vs. Wade would be revisited in America’s Supreme Court.  This law will take effect in 90 days time from its signing, unless blocked by a federal judge. Known as the Human Rights Protection Act it outlaws abortions at five to six weeks or before women know they’re pregnant but at the point when the human heartbeat starts.

The essential function of government is to protect the most vulnerable among us, those who don’t have a voice,” said Mike DeWine when he signed the bill.  The Governor is a Roman Catholic father and grandfather.  His personal values are strongly Pro Life.  Statistics show that  6 in 10 American Catholics support the decision.  The conflicting right that some say is violated is the woman’s right to privacy and choice.

https://www.npr.org/2019/04/11/712455980/a-bill-banning-most-abortions-becomes-law-in-ohio

“Government’s role should be to protect life from the beginning to the end”-Gov Mike DeWine

This is something that really touched my heart because everyone deserves a chance of life.  Life is the first right and it should be protected by government when individuals can not protect it themselves.  If I were in the state of Ohio I support this because no one asks to come to this world and if you are not ready to become a mother, now a days there’s many ways to take care of yourself. I think that abortions that happen before the mother knows she’s pregnant is really sad because maybe her plans were not having an abortion if she fully knew the heartbeat and life of the baby she carried inside her.

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  1. turbo on April 29th, 2019 9:22 am

    DeWine’s quote on abortion really made me see why he decided to sign the bill into law. The video you included was very nice. The protesters against abortion and people who made the bill must have used executive function skills to accomplish this goal. With out the use of EF skills i doubt they would be able to have the bill signed into law. I would imagine the most important skill in getting a bill passed would have to be goal derived persistence, as you have to be determined in order to get it done. Flexibility, emotional control, sustained attention, and task intonation are the other most important EF skills in doing this. The other EF skills I didn’t name are also needed but these are the main ones.

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