Proposed new regulations on abortion could be among the first measures that lawmakers will see in this new General Assembly. First up is a ban on abortion after 20 weeks. Right now, Ohio law bans abortion after viability is determined somewhere between 20 and 24 weeks. But Ohio Right to Life president Mike Gonidakis says activists want the ban set at 20 weeks, when they say a fetus feels pain. Ohio Right to Life has been very transparent in its approach that we believe in the incremental approach," Gonidakis says.