Ohio Right to Life Asks Candidate to Define "100 percent pro-choice"
Campaign Highlights Over 600 Free and Low-Cost Health Care Alternatives
Death of Patient Follows Preterm's Two-year History of Botched Chemican Abortions
Pro-Life Organizaiton Works with Inner-City Catholic Schools
75 Percent of Ohioans Disagree with Ed FitzGerald on Abortion
COLUMBUS, Ohio--Today, the Ohio House of Representatives passed Ohio Right to Life's adoption reform legislation, Substitute H.B. 307, with an historic bipartisan majority vote. This adoption reform will eliminate unnecessary costs, protect birth parents and adoptive families, prevent fraud and minimize the bureaucracy in the Ohio adoption process. This pro-ilife legislation now heads to the Ohio Senate.
Notorious Abortionist Martin Haskell is Out of Business in Hamilton County
Birth Parents Allowed 15 Months to Redact Names
Legislation Slashes Costs, Bureaucracy and Heartache in Ohio Adoption Process
Pro-Life Attorney General Files Briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court