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In Ohio, abortion restrictions add up

CLEVELAND — Angela H., married with two children, became pregnant accidentally and, after a medically difficult time and severe postpartum depression, said that neither she nor her family was ready for another child.

Under a law that took effect in Ohio this month, the Cleveland abortion clinic she visited had to offer her a chance not only to view an ultrasound of the fetus but also to watch its beating heart, which she said she resented.

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