Fear and uncertainty grip patients as abortion referral services struggle to keep up
By: Susan Tebben - August 8, 2022
Abortion referral services have seen a change in how they do their work, but despite restrictions that make it less possible to get an abortion in Ohio, clinics and non-profits definitely haven’t seen a shortage of need.
Lawyers, abortion advocates prepare for ‘sea change’ from Roe v. Wade decision
By: Susan Tebben - May 9, 2022
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The leak of a draft opinion appearing to spell drastic changes to abortion legalization in the country has caused many Ohio abortion advocates to accept what they’d been expecting for months. Roe v. Wade may be overturned this summer by the U.S. Supreme Court, and rather than deny what they’ve anticipated since […]
Ohio Republicans abandon independent mapmakers to pass slightly modified GOP maps
By: Susan Tebben - March 29, 2022
In a 4-3 decision, Republican members of the Ohio Redistricting Commission voted Monday night to pass slightly changed versions of Statehouse district maps previously rejected by the Ohio Supreme Court as unconstitutional.