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Judges cite Holocaust, eugenics in divided ruling allowing Ohio to enforce Down Syndrome abortion ban

Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Potter Stewart U.S. Courthouse

By Jessie Balmert

COLUMBUS (Cincinnati Enquirer) – Ohio’s ban on abortions after a fetal diagnosis of Down syndrome doesn’t violate a woman’s ability to obtain an abortion, a divided Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.

The law, passed by Ohio’s Republican-controlled Legislature and signed by GOP Gov. John Kasich in 2017, imposes criminal penalties on doctors who perform abortions if they’re aware that a Down syndrome diagnosis, or the possibility of a diagnosis, is the reason for seeking the abortion.

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