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A 10-year-old girl was denied an abortion in Ohio and subsequently traveled to Indiana for the procedure.
The girl was reportedly referred to an Indianapolis OB-GYN after seeking medical attention at a child abuse center in Ohio. By Monday, she was six weeks and three days pregnant in a state that bans all abortions after six weeks.
The article goes on to state the following:
It is a growing trend in Indiana, as its abortion restrictions are significantly less strict than Ohio’s. Another OB-GYN, Dr. Katie McHugh, reported seeing about 20 out-of-state patients a day, an increase of roughly four times since before the Supreme Court ruled in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Another clinic reported that more than 100 patients from Dayton, Ohio, had made abortion appointments at its Indianapolis location.
Ohio abortion clinics are currently in the midst of a lawsuit to overturn the state’s abortion law.
Ohio’s Supreme court denied the plaintiff’s motion to enact an emergency stay on the law; upholding the ban until the trial is finished.
Meanwhile, in Indiana, the General Assembly has called a July 25 special session to further discuss its laws regarding abortion.
Isn’t it time to look at the reasons why this happens in the first place?
10-year-old denied abortion in Ohio, forced to travel to Indiana | Washington Examiner https://t.co/24rshYlGzt
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