The Planned Parenthood abortion business has filed suit against a pro-life law in the state of Ohio that protects unborn babies with Down Syndrome. The law prohibits abortions when done specifically because an unborn child has been diagnosed with Down Syndrome.
Because the Planned Parenthood abortion business has never met an abortion it is not willing to perform, it has filed a lawsuit against the state law which pro-life Governor John Kasich signed last year.
“The patient-doctor relationship is critical; a woman should be able to trust her physicians and have confidential conversations without worrying about government interference,” said Jerry Lawson, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio, in a statement.
Ohio Right to Life, which promoted the law, called the lawsuit one of several “blatant and continuous attacks on the dignity and sanctity of human life.”
“It is a shame that an organization that claims to be the very biggest and best at defending victims of discrimination completely disregards the most vulnerable members of our society who are being discriminated against,” said Mike Gonidakis, president of Ohio Right to Life.