Questioning: “The bill would also recognize an unborn human as a person. “ Okay... So many questions... - ID System. Could Ohio explain what their ID system will be like to make this recognition since a birth certificate and Social Security numbers won’t be available? How do they plan to get all of these new Ohio persons identified? Will Personhood certificates be issued in lieu of birth certificates? - Taxes. What changes will they make to their state income tax lawsuits account for these new persons? - Fertility Clinics. What about the embryos stored in fertility clinics? Wouldn’t they also be recognized as persons? Being kept in storage seems cruel, so will there be a law that requires their implantation within a certain period of time? - Insurance. Will the state require insurance companies to have life insurance policies for these new persons? After all, miscarriages do occur. - Enforcement. How much bigger will law enforcement be to enforce all of this? - Miscarriages. When a woman miscarries (often in a toilet), does she call the cops to fish it out or will she be required to tamper with evidence of a potential crime? Of course, all of this would be unnecessary if Ohio decides that the unborn are second class citizens; that the unborn are only persons when they want to stop abortion, but not really people in all other situations.