A Hamilton County judge has imposed a two-week block on Ohio's law that bans abortion when fetal cardiac activity is detected. The two-week pause makes legal abortions up until about 20 weeks gestation.
In the meantime, state lawyers will work on changing the judge's mind starting Monday afternoon about the temporary ban while the case against it wends its way to the Ohio Supreme Court.
We'll discuss how the switchbacks on abortion rights work and the politics surrounding it.
Andrew J. Tobias, statehouse reporter for Cleveland.com
Anna Staver, statehouse reporter for USA TODAY Network Ohio Bureau
Andy Chow, statehouse reporter for Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau