Ohio's Heartbeat Amendment Act was approved by the state legislature on Wednesday and now goes to Republican Governor Mike DeWine's desk.
The House approved the measure 56-39 and later the Senate voted to house change, 18-13. DeWine, who took office in January, said he intended to sign the bill.
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DeWine's predecessor, Republican John Kasich, vetoed the bill twice. He said such a law would trigger a costly lawsuit and probably be found unconstitutional.
The bill – which makes no exceptions to rape or incest ̵
Alongside Ohio, Florida, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, South Carolina and West Virginia are among the states that have either passed or are hoping for the "Heartbeat" legislation.
This occurs as states such as New York, New Mexico, Maryland, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virginia, among other democratically repelled states, supporting bills that allow for abortions until the time of birth.
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The earliest bans on heartbeat abortion in Iowa and North Carolina were blocked by the courts. Three other states – Mississippi, Kentucky and Georgia – have recently passed bills against a backdrop of growing national momentum.
Talia Kaplan, Caleb Parke, and The Associated Press of Fox News contributed to this report.