Ohio Woman Says Clinic Turned Her Away Because She's Not Married

An Ohio woman has been complaining to various officials because she says a hospital facility refused to help her get pregnant because she's not married.

Karri O'Reilly acknowledges that Kettering Reproductive Medicine outside Dayton has religious ties, but she says it should not have turned her away because its parent organization also accepts taxpayer funds.

Kettering Health Network, which is affiliated with the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, has released a statement saying it's now reviewing its policies.

Forty-year-old O'Reilly says when she called the clinic to make an appointment for in vitro fertilization she was asked about her husband, and when she said she didn't have one she was told Kettering couldn't treat her.