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Ohio voters just passed abortion protections. Whether they take effect is now up to the courts

  • Ohio's new constitutional protections for abortion access are facing uncertainty as existing lawsuits and opposition from Republican officials may limit their implementation.
  • The amendment, which passed with a 57% majority, did not repeal existing Ohio laws, allowing Republicans to challenge and weaken it through legal avenues.
  • Democratic lawmakers have proposed legislation to align state laws with the amendment, but Republicans face pressure from anti-abortion groups to either counter the amendment or limit the power of the courts to interpret it.
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