While well attended, the absence of two huge employers spoke volumes.
A Dayton, Ohio healthcare network uses the beliefs of one faith to justify their stance against abortion while simultaneously proving the law is medically unnecessary and politically motivated.
If they were really as “pro-life” as they claim, then they’d support universal health care. They’d support comprehensive sex ed.
Instead, it’s just about forcing women to give up control of their bodies.
It really started on Monday, though I’d had twinges the week before. A slight ache…