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Ohio stripped planned Parenthood funding from its annual budget-and is now an increase in the funding for pro-life crisis pregnancy centers.
The state Senate a bill was passed last week, that’s $5 million for more than 200 crisis pregnancy centers, which serve primarily low-income women. The proposal to increase the appropriations of five times, comes after a Federal appeals court upheld an Ohio law, concluded that the funding of planned Parenthood, which received $1.5 million in annual state funding.
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“This is to invest in the first financial Chance we had, since then, additional funds in the crisis pregnancy centers,” Senate President Larry Obhof, a Republican, said Tony Perkins on Washington watch.
The Republican-controlled state is expected to pass this version of the two-year, $69 billion state operating budget.
Critics say that pro-life centers give inaccurate medical advice, but advocates say the funding boost will help provide counselling for women with unplanned pregnancies with free ultrasound, parenting classes and baby items.
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Jamie miracle with NARAL Pro-choice Ohio, said, WOSU, the pro-life centers are the “fake-women-health-centres, partial care at best and lies and manipulation in the worst case.”
Sr., Sandra Williams, a Cleveland Democrat, is trying to remove the $ 5 million allocated to the pro-life centers.
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“The Fund is not going to go in this program, said to evidence-based initiatives proven to reduce infant and maternal mortality”, Williams. “Better, you go to organizations, the anti-choice agendas, which often provide inaccurate medical information.”
But their amendment failed, and the proposed budget passed unanimously, the Obhof believes will be the final version of the bill, the bring the requirements into line with the House version and signed by Gov. Mike DeWine, to June 30.