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Ohio state lawmakers are expected to consider two bills that address procedures purported to reverse abortions. Neither method has been scientifically proven.

Soon-to-be-introduced legislation would require physicians and others who perform medication abortions to notify patients that it could be reversible. But the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists warned two years ago that the procedure is unproven and unethical.

Today on All Sides, the latest round of anti-abortion right campaigns and more on our Weekly Reporter Roundtable. 

Guests

  • Jo Ingles, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau Reporter
  • Jackie Borchardt, Columbus Bureau Chief, Cincinnati Enquirer 
  • Marty Schladen, Reporter, The Columbus Dispatch 

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