How anti-abortion advocates are pushing local bans, city by small city
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Across Ohio, tactics pioneered in Texas are being deployed in disruptive city council meetings

In May of this year, six city council members in Lebanon, Ohio, a city located just north of Cincinnati, voted on an ordinance that would effectively outlaw abortion for the 21,000 people that call it home.

As in countless council meetings in small cities across the country where mask mandates, teaching about race in schools and access to reproductive healthcare have become politically charged in...

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