On March 21st, Governor Ted Strickland signed into lawa, H.B. 314, the Ultrasound Viewing Option Bill.
>>Also to ignore the fact that our unemployment rate, nationally, has been at record lows during the duration of his presidentcy.<<
war does that. WWII brought us all out of the depression
never mind, question answered in later posts
We still had rationing until 1954.
" I could classify it as fully informing a woman about her pregnancy."
As I asked in my earlier post to you, is there proof that women were previously denied the right to see the ultrasound? If not, then this bill doesn't really change a darn thing.
"Did it ever occur to you that if it is due to fetal anomolies = that seeing the baby first and confirming those anomolies may help a woman live better with her choice to abort?
That bill doesn't require that patients must view the ultrasound, it just requires that patients are given the option to view it.
It's sort of a pointless bill, unless there is proof that women weren't given the option to view it previously.