Well, this is a first: An unborn child has been scheduled as a legislative witness in Ohio on an abortion bill hearing. The bill proposes outlawing the abortion of fetuses whose heartbeats can be medically detected. An aide to Ohio's Senate committee Chairman Lynn Wachtmann said a pregnant woman will be brought before the committee and an ultrasound picture of a nine-week-old fetus will be projected onto a screen where its heartbeat will be seen in color. National anti-abortion group Faith2Action chose Ohio to review what they are calling the "Heartbeat Bill", though Ohio Right to Life has not endorsed it. They also referred to the in-utero fetus as the youngest witness to ever come before the House Health Committee.