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Ohio Heartbeat Bill: Why the Delay? Speaker Batchelder Holding Up Vote

June 22, 2011 – Sub HB 125, Ohio’s Heartbeat Bill, to protect unborn babies with a detectable heartbeat from abortion, remains in limbo as House Speaker William Batchelder continues delay in bringing it to the floor of the full House for a vote.


Time is running out.

The General Assembly will recess for the summer soon.

With a majority of 50 co-sponsors and overwhelming grassroots support, Ohio’s Heartbeat Bill, deserves a vote in the General Assembly!
ACTION NEEDED: Pro-life citizens who live in the following counties, please call your State Representative TODAY:

Medina Co, Franklin Co, Hamilton Co, Marion Co, Union Co, Logan Co, Champaign Co, Shelby & Auglaize Co.

Urge your Representative to bring the Sub 125, Ohio’s Heartbeat Bill to the floor for a vote.

Find your Rep’s name & phone # by typing in your zip code at:


State Representatives who represent the counties above serve on the powerful Rules Committee…they have the power to schedule the Heartbeat Bill for a vote! Leave a short message with the aide or on voice mail:

“Please do not delay the Heartbeat Bill bring it to a vote this week!”


***If you do not live in one of the counties listed, please call the office of the Speaker of the Ohio House William Batchelder at 614-466-8140 & leave the same message.

Give your name & address so they know you are a real voter.


For more information: Contact: Paula Westwood, Executive Director, Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati, 513/728-7870

Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati is a grassroots organization, which exists to ensure that pro-life principles of protection and dignity for all innocent human life, are upheld and kept before the public.

Jack Hart, President, Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati.

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