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The state of reproductive healthcare in Ohio two years after reversal of Roe vs. Wade

Supporters of Issue 1 attend a rally outside the Ohio Statehouse.
Joe Maiorana
Supporters of Issue 1 attend a rally for the Right to Reproductive Freedom amendment held by Ohioans United for Reproductive Rights at the Ohio State House in Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 8, 2023. As campaigning escalates in Ohio's fall fight over abortion rights, a new line of attack from opponents suggests "partial-birth" abortions would be revived if a proposed constitutional amendment passes.

It’s been two years since the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade and Ohio continues to grapple with the fallout.

Voters passed a constitutional amendment, protecting access to the procedure.

But many of the state’s abortion laws remain on the books.

We’re talking today about IVF, medication abortion and the future of reproductive rights.


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