John Kasich Signs One Abortion Bill in Ohio but Vetoes a More Restrictive Measure – The New York Times – Sick men still try to control women’s life without cause or right.

Gov. John Kasich of Ohio on Tuesday signed into law a ban on abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy, but vetoed a far more restrictive measure that would have barred abortions after a fetal heartbeat was detected, as early as six weeks into a pregnancy.In reaching the split decision on the two bans, adopted last week by the Ohio legislature, Mr. Kasich, a Republican, said the so-called heartbeat bill was “clearly contrary to the Supreme Court’s current rulings on abortion.” He called the 20-week ban the “best, most legally sound and sustainable approach to protecting the sanctity of human life.”