Ohio voters defeated a proposed amendment to the state’s constitution, which would have diverted prison sentences from state to county prisons and used the savings to fund anti-drug programs. Now, attention is shifting to another ballot amendment that revolves around abortion rights, with proponents hoping to enshrine the right to terminate pregnancies in the state constitution. This measure would add a section to the existing document that prohibits legislation that would “deny, limit, or otherwise interfere with the right of a pregnant person to access abortion services.”