Up to 90 percent of preborn babies diagnosed with Down syndrome are brutally killed by late-term abortion. A new bill in Ohio aims to change that. Already one of the most pro-life states in the country, Ohio is expected to pass House Bill 135, which would “prohibit a person from performing, inducing, or attempting to perform or induce an abortion… because of a test result indicating Down Syndrome in an unborn child or a prenatal diagnosis of Down Syndrome in an unborn child.”
While opponents say the law would be difficult to enforce, physicians who knowingly abort a child based on a Down syndrome diagnosis could be charged with a fourth-degree felony and stripped of their medical licenses, in addition to being held liable for civil damages.
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