The Christian Post – The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned an earlier ruling against an Ohio law that strips Planned Parenthood and other abortion clinics of public health funding.
In a split en-banc ruling, the federal appeals court paved the way for the Buckeye state to no longer give tax dollars meant for non-abortion public health matters to organizations that perform abortions.
The majority of the court ruled that the  Ohio law, . . . mandating the Ohio Department of Health to refuse funding to any entity that performs elective abortions, was not unconstitutional. The court reasoned that abortion organizations “do not have a due process right to perform abortions.”