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Governor John Kasich Signs Pro-Life Legislation

House Bill 63 Signed to Protect Parental Rights and Save Lives

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Heartbeat Informed Consent Act Introduced in U.S. House of Representatives

Ohio Right to LifeNational Right to LifeU.S. Conference of Catholic BishopsAmericans United for LifeFamily Research Council ActionSusan B. Anthony ListHeartbeat InternationalWisconsin Right to Life and Minnesota Concerned Citizens for Life endorse and urge Congress to enact pro-life legislation

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2011 Annual Meeting Notice

To read the 2011 Annual Meeting Notice, click here.

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Ohio Abortions Decline for Tenth Consecutive Year

Historically Low Number of Abortions Reported in 2010

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Ohio Senate Approves Pro-Life Legislation

Legislation to Strengthen Parental Consent Voted Out With Bipartisan Support

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Vote Yes on Issue 3

Ohio Right to Life Society Urges Members to Protect Healthcare Freedom

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Thank You Governor John Kasich!

Pro-Life Governor Signs Late-Term Abortion Ban to Save Lives

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Senator Jordan Introduces Bill To Prioritize The Distribution Of Family Planning Funds

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 14, 2011

Contact: Chris Grewe

(614) 466-8086 

COLUMBUS— Today, State Senator Kris Jordan (R - Powell) introduced a bill that would prioritize state grants for family planning services in favor of taxpayer funded health centers and other community health centers that offer comprehensive care.

“The General Assembly has the responsibility to not only appropriate funds, but to prioritize their distribution as well,” said Jordan. “This legislation will ensure that family planning dollars are spent in an efficient and ethical manner that prioritizes comprehensive care.”

The legislation creates four tiers of priority for public funding of family planning services. First priority would be given to eligible public entities, including community health clinics operated by state or local governments. Second priority would be given to federally qualified health centers. Third priority would be given to nonpublic entities that provide comprehensive primary and preventative care services, and fourth priority would be given to nonpublic entities that do not provide comprehensive care and preventative services (such as Planned Parenthood, which is the nation’s largest abortion provider).

The legislation is similar to policies implemented in Texas, Kansas, and Tennessee, and it has the support of both Ohio Right to Life and Faith2Action. The legislation is a companion bill to HB 298, which was introduced earlier this week by Representatives Kristina Roegner (R - Hudson) and Cliff Rosenberger (R - Clarksville).

Jordan represents Ohio’s 19th Senate District, which includes Delaware, Knox, Morrow, Richland, and part of Ashland Counties. Prior to serving in the Senate, he served as a State Representative and as a Delaware County Commissioner. He is a proven advocate for spending restraint, lower taxes, and family values. He lives in Powell with his wife, Melissa.

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Legislation Will Limit Funding to Abortion Providers

New Legislation Prioritizes Funding for Local Health Departments

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Ohio Legislature Passes Pro-Life State Budget

Four Right to Life ammendments included in final budget legislation

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