NARAL’s The Morning After — September 10, 2015

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This week, Randi and Gabe are joined by Amanda from Founders Women’s Health Center. They discuss the investigation of Planned Parenthood by Congress and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. DeWine’s investigation has turned up… Wait for it… nothing. He gets this week’s Walk of Shame award.

Parents are speaking up about the Down syndrome abortion ban bill in the Ohio House. Following a report by the New York Times, mothers and father of children living with DS are speaking in defense of abortion rights for any pregnant woman receiving a positive prenatal diagnosis. They get the That’s What She Said award for the week.

Amanda lets us all know about a new campaign to fund a billboard near the Ohio Statehouse. More information is available at http://www.prochoicecats.com/

The Title IX Sports Report returns as Serena Williams battles to complete a rare Calendar Grand Slam… while dealing with reporters asking her to “Smile.”

Finally, we invite you to join us at the Hot Times Festival in Columbus as Randi lists our upcoming activities in the Let’s Get It On segment.

NARAL’s The Morning After is a production of NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio.



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