fetal remains Ohio Senate Passes Bill To Require Burial Or Cremation Of Aborted Fetuses By Jo Ingles • Jan 17, 2018 Ohiochannel.org The state Senate has passed a bill that would change the way fetal remains can be handled. Bill To Specify Handling Of Fetal Remains Passes Ohio Senate Committee By Jo Ingles • Jan 10, 2018 Jo Ingles A bill that would specify the handling of fetal remains that are a result of abortions has made it over another hurdle. The bill passed a Senate committee on a party-line vote. New Abortion Bills Coming To Ohio Legislature By Jo Ingles • Feb 10, 2017 Ohio Right To Life's website It’s a case of déjà vu’ in the Ohio Legislature, which has the strongest Republican majority in half a century. Some abortion bills that were proposed but didn’t pass before are being re-introduced. Ohio Will Pay Planned Parenthood's Legal Fees And More As Part Of Court Settlement By Jo Ingles • Jun 1, 2016 Jo Ingles The state of Ohio has settled its legal battle with Planned Parenthood, agreeing to pay thousands in legal fees and to not enforce controversial rules on disposing of remains of abortions. House, Senate Sessions Go Late While Passing Dozens Of Bills By Andy Chow • May 26, 2016 Andy Chow The Ohio House and Senate took on a jam-packed slate of bills for their last day of lawmaking before leaving for summer break. Supporter Of Human Remains Bill Urges Lawmakers To Clarify Language In Fetal Remains Bills By Jo Ingles • Feb 10, 2016 Jo Ingles The controversial bill that would change the way fetal remains are handled in Ohio needs some clarification, according to a conservative group. A Closer Look At Fetal Remains Bills In The Ohio Legislature By Jo Ingles • Feb 8, 2016 Jo Ingles A lot of questions are being raised about two bills in the Ohio Legislature that deal with the disposal of aborted fetal remains. Aborted Fetal Remains Disposal Bill Gets First Hearing In House By Andy Chow • Jan 20, 2016 Andy Chow The proposed law requiring abortion clinics to either bury or cremate fetal remains got its first hearing in a House committee.