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Topic - Tom Niehaus
"This is the closest we have ever been to protecting babies with beating hearts," she said when the bill passed the House this summer. "When this passes, it will be the most protective legislation in the nation."
State senators don't plan to vote on the so-called "heartbeat bill" before the end of the legislative session next month, Senate President Tom Niehaus, a Republican, said, citing concerns the resulting law might have been found to be unconstitutional.