Federal courts have struck down two other Indiana anti-abortion laws in the past five years.
This week on Noon Edition, we'll discuss the state's new controversial abortion law.
The bill prohibits abortions solely based on the fetus' sex, race or disability. It also includes provisions for the disposal of fetal remains.
IU law professor Dawn Johnsen says some parts of the legislation go against the Supreme Court's ruling on Roe v. Wade.
The bill bans abortions based solely on the sex, race, or disability of a fetus. It also includes provisions about the disposal of fetal remains.
Pro-life groups say the legislation prevents discrimination against Hoosiers with disabilities, but some doctors say the bill has dangerous implications.
The bill bans abortions based solely on the fetus' sex, race or disability. Pence hasn't decided yet whether to sign the bill.
Lawmakers approved a controversial bill Wednesday that puts new restrictions on abortion.
The bill includes a ban on certain abortions and provisions on disposing of aborted fetuses.
A Senate committee added an amendment banning abortion for certain reasons to a House bill that deals with the disposal of fetal tissue.