Ohio could be more than a swing state in the 2020 presidential election.
Officials expect the trials for the Rhoden family slayings to cost millions of dollars.
Ohio State University trustees are hearing directly from former students who say they were sexually abused by a team doctor.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich says the midterm election results could suggest a greater opening for an independent or third-party candidate.
The bill includes exceptions for "medical emergencies" but not for women who have become pregnant as the result of rape or incest.
The legislation goes next to the Senate.
The women are accused of lying to investigators to help their relatives cover up the Pike County massacre.
County Commissioner Blaine Beekman says the county already faces a financial crunch.
Tony Rhoden is the brother of Christopher Rhoden Sr. and Gary Rhoden, who were shot to death in April 2016.
Lexington authorities arrested Billy Wagner Tuesday after they found him hiding in a horse trailer.
The two-year quest for an indictment in the murders of eight family members was as all-consuming as it was frustrating.
The investigation has drawn international attention as authorities worked to develop their case.