Planned Parenthood joins forces with the ACLU to unleash a legal onslaught on this state for trying to protect preborn babies

The gloves are off now that the 2024 election season is heating up.

And the pro-abortion radicals are pulling out all the stops to try and ensure a victory.

Now, Planned Parenthood has joined forces with the ACLU to unleash a legal onslaught on this state for trying to protect preborn babies.

Ohio’s pro-life laws are under siege once again as the battle for unborn lives intensifies. 

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Planned Parenthood have joined forces.

The fearsome duo is unleashing a legal onslaught against Ohio’s mandates for informed consent and a mandatory 24-hour waiting period before abortion.

You heard that right. . . 

The abortion giant is suing for the right to not give a due waiting period for informed consent – when there are literal human lives at stake. 

In a bold move earlier this spring, the ACLU and Planned Parenthood filed a lawsuit aiming to dismantle Ohio’s pro-life safeguards. 

At the heart of the legal challenge is the mandatory waiting period, which requires women seeking abortion to wait 24 hours after receiving detailed information about the procedure.

These stipulations, including private consultations with physicians, aim to empower women with essential knowledge about their pregnancies, such as fetal development, abortion risks, and alternatives to abortion. 

However, pro-abortion advocates argue that these laws infringe upon women’s rights and violate Ohio’s recent constitutional amendment, known as Issue 1, which cemented a right to abortion in the state’s constitution.

Ohio’s journey in the battle for life took a turn in November 2023 when voters approved Issue 1, overturning the previously enacted heartbeat bill. 

This constitutional amendment expanded the legal window for abortion, allowing it up to viability, approximately 22 weeks gestation.

The lawsuit, spearheaded by Planned Parenthood facilities and other pro-abortion organizations, challenges the waiting period and informed consent laws. 

Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America’s Midwestern Regional Director, Sue Liebel, condemned the move, denouncing it as a betrayal of women’s healthcare. 

Liebel highlighted the deceptive nature of Issue 1, arguing that it’s being exploited to legalize late-term abortions.

The legal assault doesn’t stop there.

Another complaint, filed in Hamilton County, targets additional pro-life measures, including written transfer agreements required for abortion facilities and restrictions on public hospitals’ involvement.

Ohio is not alone in its efforts to protect unborn lives. 

According to the Guttmacher Institute, 33 states mandate informed consent before abortion, with 29 providing specific information to pregnant women. 

Additionally, 28 states impose waiting periods, typically 24 hours, between counseling and abortion procedures.

The fight for life hinges on providing women with comprehensive information about abortion’s consequences and alternatives. 

Pro-life laws aim to ensure that women have time to consider their options carefully, empowering them to make informed decisions about their pregnancies.

As Ohio’s pro-life laws come under attack, the battle lines are drawn between those who champion life and those who seek to exploit women’s rights for profit. 

The outcome of this legal battle will shape the future of abortion access in Ohio and reverberate across the nation. 

Will the voices of the unborn be silenced, or will Ohio stand firm in defense of life? 

The answer hangs in the balance as the fight for the sanctity of life rages on.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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